Studienverlauf

Overview of the program

Lectures, lab works and projects in the CME master's degree program stress the different aspects of Communication and Media Engineering and are rounded off with software related and non-technical courses. 

The entire CME course is divided into modules, which can be seen in detail in the following overview:

 

 

 

Core subjects      (82 credits)

 

Elective group 1  (20 credits + x)

 

Elective group 2  (18 credits – x)

 

Sum:    120

Oganization of Studies

During the first semester, instruction is mostly provided in lectures, while in the second and third semesters active and creative participation is required. Students should be able to learn and study independently. A large number of lectures are accompanied by laboratories in order to immediately apply and deepen the theoretical knowledge.

An essential part of the program is the project work: in the third semester, students are required to work in intercultural teams and apply the project management methods they have learned.

The fourth semester is reserved for the master thesis which can be executed either at a company or within the university.

"Lab works" are an integral part of the corresponding modules of the program

A "lab work" is the realization of experiments in modern, well-equipped laboratories. It allows students to transfer theoretical knowledge into practice. 

The following "lab works" are offered:

  •  Object Oriented Software Development Lab
  •  VLSI Lab
  •  Microwave Lab
  •  Guided Wave Simulation Lab
  •  Digital Signal Processing Lab
  •  Digital Image Processing Lab
  •  Photonics Lab
  •  Online Databases Lab
  •  Intercultural Media Design Lab
  •  Database Lab
  •  Interactive Media  Lab
  • Optical Networks Lab

Regulations concerning Study and Examinations (RSE)

Have a look at the "Regulations concerning Study and Examinations (RSE)" of the program "Communicat6ion and Media Engineering":

1) English translation of the"Regulations concering Study and Examinations (RSE)", valid for students who have started their studies before winter semester 2014/15.

2) English translation of the "Regulations concering Study and Examinations (RSE)", valid for students who have started their studies in winter semester 2014/15.

3) English translation of the "Regulations concering Study and Examinations (RSE)", valid for students who have started their studies in winter semester 2015/16 or later.

Please be aware that the translation in excerpts is for the purpose of information, only. The German version is the legally binding document.

The German versions of the "Regulations concerning Study and Examinations (RSE)" can be found here.


Course and Examination Schedules

Course schedule

Examination schedule