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Planning hurdles

Your welcome package that is mailed after you joined the university is quite large and offers hundreds (thousands?) pages of paper. You might be shocked - and for each next delivery you feel blown away the same again. There's at least one special document in there that you should read more carefully: the statements on diploma requirements and regulations.

Such examination regulations can get complex very easily because they need to cover all students' individual plannings. But that's the reason why this might lead to misunderstandings and later "no-gos", because - especially in the beginning - you're simply not aware of all dependencies. To provide you a more convenient approach I uploaded my planned course and exam schedule here on my web site. Even this got too complex so a graphical layout was possible in a dedicated document only (A3 oversized formatting page layout).

Semester overview

An optimal selection and planning on your course schedule may become pretty complex, depending on your period of life. This is just a proposal - and an approach that has worked for me in the past:

PostIt
Semester of winter 2002/2003
Business management
00500Theory in production and costs planning  core 
 exam 
00502Marketing
00503Investments and finance
00512Methodologies in planning and decision
00514Taxes, profit/loss calculations and enterprise accountancy
Semester of winter 2002/2003
Semester of summer 2002
Computer science
01666Distributed databases
01814Audit "computer science in practice": object-oriented programming
01912Cooperative work "XML and databases"
Business management
00500Theory in production and costs planning  core 
exam
 (trial mode) 
00501Planning in manufacturing industries
00502Marketing
00503Investments and finance
00504Marketing in-depth training
00512Methodologies in planning and decision
00514Taxes, profit/loss calculations and enterprise accountancy
Semester of summer 2002
Semester of winter 2001/2002
Computer science
01585Software development: implementing a real-world example
Business management
00501Planning in manufacturing industries  core 
00503Investments and finance
00507Management
00512Methodologies in planning and decision
00514Taxes, profit/loss calculations and enterprise accountancy
Semester of winter 2001/2002
Semester of summer 2001
Computer science
01793Software engineering I
22120Audit "Maths in computer science, part II"
Business management
00500Theory in production and costs planning  core 
00502Marketing
Semester of summer 2001
Semester of winter 2000/2001
Computer science
11905Cooperative work "Databases in internet environments"
21310Audit "technical aspects on computer science"
22110Audit "Maths in computer science, part I"
Semester of winter 2000/2001
Semester of summer 2000
Computer science
01654Theories in computer science, part B
21210Audit "Theories in computer science" (part A and B)
Semester of summer 2000
Semester of winter 1999/2000
Computer science
01653Theories in computer science, part A
I did not attend many courses due to "year2000"-migrations and introducing the €-currency in customers' commodities management systems.
Semester of winter 1999/2000
Semester of summer 1999
Semester of winter 1998/1999
Computer science
01183Maths in computer science, part III
01705Microcomputer technology
C1805Audit "computer science in practice" (concepts on programming)
Business management
00047Cost accounting  part III 
00081Economical processes
Semester of winter 1998/1999
Semester of summer 1998
Computer science
01182Maths in computer science, part II
01663Data representation models and structures
01701Technical concepts
Business management
00086Financial concepts  part II 
00087Theories in investment strategies
00088Theories in business decisions
Semester of summer 1998
Semester of winter 1997/1998
Computer science
01181Maths in computer science, part I
01578Programming with PASCAL
01612Concepts on programming
Business management
00029Annual accounting  part I 
00034Taxes
00046Accountancy
Semester of winter 1997/1998
Semester of summer 1997 (guest student)
Computer science
01667Managing data in design applications
01698Concepts on artificial intelligence
Semester of summer 1997 (guest student)
 
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