Study Course Coordinator
This section is intended to provide interested applicants and enrolled master students with important information about academics as for example the course's structure as well as rules and regulations in academic matters.
|Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 3
|Structural Analysis & Computational Methods I||Factory Planning||Earthquake Engineering and Seismic Risk Assessment||Engineering, Culture and Society|
|Steel Structures in Industrial Applications||Design of Concrete Structures for Industrial Facilities||Engineering Ethics and Responsible Decision Making||Introduction to Research|
|Computational Methods for Advanced Materials and Structures|
|Leadership and Organizational Behavior|
|Probabilistic Risk Analysis in Industrial Facilities|
|Project Management in the Context of Disasters||Master Thesis|
Strategic Technology Management
|Foundations of Emergency Management|
All RWTH International Academy Master's degrees start early October of each year.
The German academic year is made up of a winter and a summer semester. Lectures are held until the middle of February in the winter semester and until the middle of July in the summer semester. Most exams are held in the lecture-free period (mid February to the end of March/mid July to the end of September).
For more info, check the RWTH Aachen University Academic Calendar.
|Winter Semester||1 October||31 March|
|Summer Semester||1 April||30 September|
|Exams Winter Semester||mid Feb.||end March|
|Exams Summer Semester||mid July||end Sept.|
All courses and examinations at the University are subject to the Comprehensive Examination Regulation. This legal document together with your course's specific Examination Regulation form the legal basis of any program offered by the University. These important documents determine the scope of your studies and inform about all rules and regulations regarding admission, exams, course structure, master's thesis, etc.
You can download the MME-CONSTRUCT Examination Regulation here.
All matters concerning examinations are dealt with by the ZPA - the Central Examination Office. You can go to the ZPA with questions relating:
If you are confronted with a problem, the RWTH International Academy is always happy to help you tackle it. It is our mission to provide support from the beginning as best as we can so that nothing gets in the way of your studies. If you are in need of our support, please get in contact with us.
You might want to take a look here, to find out more if you have general questions with regards to everyday university life.
Study Course Coordinator