Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits (Master’s Degree)

The study program Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits (Master’s degree), will be restructured as part of the Study Reform 2021.

Overview of Modules from Fall Semester 2021

The study program Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits, offers substantial flexibility in terms of the choice of modules. The module offering comprises the Common Subjects core elective module and all faculty elective modules.

Repeat Examinations

The rules for repeat examinations will be published here at a later date.

Transitional Regulations

Who is Affected?

The transitional regulations apply to students who started Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits, before Fall Semester 2021, but who have not completed it or been permanently excluded. Starting in Fall Semester 2021, students will be transferred to the Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits, study program based on the new regulations. The previous modules will then no longer be offered if they are not continued in the new degree program.

What Needs to be Kept in Mind?

Master’s degree modules that were completed successfully before the changeover will be credited toward the revised Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits, study program on the basis of the number of ECTS credits received in accordance with the provisions of the old program regulations. 30 ECTS credits are required for the degree.

A Master’s thesis is not required for the new study program Law as a Minor, 30 ECTS Credits. The module offering comprises the Common Subjects core elective module as well as all faculty elective modules.

Failed attempts taken up to and including Spring Semester 2021 will not be taken into account, provided that they have not already led to the student’s exclusion from the degree program.

Transition Table

Modules acc. to Old Regulations

ECTS

 

Modules acc. to New or Transitional Regulations

ECTS

Master's Thesis

6

Will be accredited as elective modules

Elective Pool

30

Elective Pool

24