In addition to the study content, it is important that you keep an eye on the regulations surrounding your degree programme. Here you can find out everything about the contents of the individual study modules, the applicable admission restrictions of our study programmes and much more...
What learning and qualification goals are we aiming for? What examination results do we expect from our students? What requirements do we set?
In the following manuals of the bachelor's programme DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES you will find detailed information about the modules from computer science and mathematics and the application areas Autonomous Systems, Circular Economy and Environmental Technology, Digital Transformation, Energy, Industry 4.0 and Mobility.
- From winter semester 2021/22: Module handbook version 2.2.
- From winter semester 2019/20 until summer semester 2021 Module Handbook Version 2.1.
From the following model study plan you will learn everything about the process and structure of the study program.
In accordance with § 7 paragraph 3 in conjunction with § 44 paragraph 1 of the Lower Saxony Higher Education Act (NHG), the following joint examination regulations were adopted by the Faculty of Mathematics/Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering of Clausthal University of Technology and the Faculty of Computer Science of Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences.
- From winter semester 2019/20: Examination regulations (as of June 25/26, 2019, TU Clausthal and Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences)
- From the winter semester 2021: Examination regulations (Status: November 10, 2020 - TU Clausthal, January 20, 2021 - Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences)
If you have any questions regarding the examination regulations, please contact the examination board.
Chairman of the Examination Board
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Gerndt