Forest Products Technology & Timber Constructions

Course titleSWSECTSTYPE

Applied Chemistry

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1CHEVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - name the essential chemical elements, molecules and bonds and describe their properties - understand chemical correlations, ways of thinking and methods of chemistry - implement chemical issues in the formula language - perform simple applied sample problems and sample calculations.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences

Module description:

The students acquire essential basic knowledge of higher mathematics and thus learn important abstract ways of thinking. Knowledge of these theoretical foundations and formal methods is supplemented by the practical use of mathematical software. The students also acquire basic knowledge of physics and especially mechanics. The aim of the module is to bring the knowledge of the students to a uniform level and to provide the theoretical and methodological basis for the subsequent courses. In addition, the basics of chemistry are imparted in order to understand the formal chemical writing and thinking.

Applied Mathematics & Statistics 1

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1MASIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - algebraically transform mathematical expressions and terms - understand mathematical notations and convert technical questions into mathematical formulations - solve mathematical problems using suitable technical aids and interpret the solutions.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences

Module description:

The students acquire essential basic knowledge of higher mathematics and thus learn important abstract ways of thinking. Knowledge of these theoretical foundations and formal methods is supplemented by the practical use of mathematical software. The students also acquire basic knowledge of physics and especially mechanics. The aim of the module is to bring the knowledge of the students to a uniform level and to provide the theoretical and methodological basis for the subsequent courses. In addition, the basics of chemistry are imparted in order to understand the formal chemical writing and thinking.

Applied Physics

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1PHYVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - understand physical correlations, ways of thinking and methods of physics - implement physical facts in the formula language - apply formulas in sample problems and sample calculations - model and interpret simple physical correlations.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences

Module description:

The students acquire essential basic knowledge of higher mathematics and thus learn important abstract ways of thinking. Knowledge of these theoretical foundations and formal methods is supplemented by the practical use of mathematical software. The students also acquire basic knowledge of physics and especially mechanics. The aim of the module is to bring the knowledge of the students to a uniform level and to provide the theoretical and methodological basis for the subsequent courses. In addition, the basics of chemistry are imparted in order to understand the formal chemical writing and thinking.

Building & Timber Construction 1

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1BKHVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - name the main types of wooden structures and the associated components and explain their properties in general - name and explain the specific characteristics of timber construction compared to other construction methods - name and generally describe classic elements of wooden buildings and their applications in timber construction.

Superior module:

Introduction to Forest Products Industry 1

Module description:

The students acquire basic knowledge in the construction, realisation and design of high-rise buildings in general and wooden structures in particular. They can name and evaluate the most important materials, components and structures in construction as well as their areas of application. They acquire an overview of the methods and possibilities for the development and manufacturing of furniture as well as their presentation in the building industry and can also apply them.

Cabinetry and Interior Design

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1MOBVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - distinguish and characterize the classic construction principles of furniture and the associated joining techniques - name the essential materials in the manufacturing of furniture and to differentiate them based on their properties and fields of application - discuss the different ways of looking at furniture depending on the particular problem and to evaluate the respective construction principle - understand spaces and the spatial impact in connection with the contained objects and furniture and define initial design measures.

Superior module:

Introduction to Forest Products Industry 1

Module description:

The students acquire basic knowledge in the construction, realisation and design of high-rise buildings in general and wooden structures in particular. They can name and evaluate the most important materials, components and structures in construction as well as their areas of application. They acquire an overview of the methods and possibilities for the development and manufacturing of furniture as well as their presentation in the building industry and can also apply them.

Economics

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1VWLVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to explain economical correlations and their effects on the areas of the wood industry.

Superior module:

Economics 1

Module description:

At the end of the first term, the students have the ability to recognize the overall economic context and its effects on companies, especially in the timber industry. They are familiar with the effects and parameters of markets and their special characteristics on the timber markets. The basics of accounting further the understanding of the financial business objectives; the implementation and application of cost accounting instruments create a connection between the technical aspects of the company and the financial economy.

Markets for Forest Products

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1MDHIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to recognize, evaluate and proactively control operational and strategic market changes and their effects on the companies in the industry.

Superior module:

Economics 1

Module description:

At the end of the first term, the students have the ability to recognize the overall economic context and its effects on companies, especially in the timber industry. They are familiar with the effects and parameters of markets and their special characteristics on the timber markets. The basics of accounting further the understanding of the financial business objectives; the implementation and application of cost accounting instruments create a connection between the technical aspects of the company and the financial economy.

Materials Science Wood

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1WSTVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - identify and differentiate the main wood-based materials - name the key figures for the characterization of wood-based materials and indicate the approximate scales - describe the main areas of application of wood-based materials and the reasons for choosing them.

Superior module:

Introduction to Forest Products Industry 1

Module description:

The students acquire basic knowledge in the construction, realisation and design of high-rise buildings in general and wooden structures in particular. They can name and evaluate the most important materials, components and structures in construction as well as their areas of application. They acquire an overview of the methods and possibilities for the development and manufacturing of furniture as well as their presentation in the building industry and can also apply them.

Mechanical Engineering

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1MECIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - understand correlations and notations of mechanics and convert technical problems into predictable formulations of mechanics - solve mechanical problems using suitable technical aids and interpret the solutions - interpret exemplary solutions for mechanical systems.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences

Module description:

The students acquire essential basic knowledge of higher mathematics and thus learn important abstract ways of thinking. Knowledge of these theoretical foundations and formal methods is supplemented by the practical use of mathematical software. The students also acquire basic knowledge of physics and especially mechanics. The aim of the module is to bring the knowledge of the students to a uniform level and to provide the theoretical and methodological basis for the subsequent courses. In addition, the basics of chemistry are imparted in order to understand the formal chemical writing and thinking.

Presentation Techniques

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1PMMUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to design a presentation, to evaluate it by video analysis and to give feedback to peers and accept feedback from others.

Superior module:

Economics 1

Module description:

At the end of the first term, the students have the ability to recognize the overall economic context and its effects on companies, especially in the timber industry. They are familiar with the effects and parameters of markets and their special characteristics on the timber markets. The basics of accounting further the understanding of the financial business objectives; the implementation and application of cost accounting instruments create a connection between the technical aspects of the company and the financial economy.

Project 1

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1PROPT
Type PT
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - conduct laboratory work under the guidance of specialists and document the results of the tests - create laboratory reports under the guidance of specialists and present the results.

Superior module:

Project 1

Module description:

The students are familiar with the basic methodology that is needed to compose a scientific paper. Working independently on a small individual project enables them to combine theory and practical realisation. The students have basic knowledge of literature research, design of experiments, documentation and evaluation and are able to present concepts and designs independently.

Scientific Work & Research Methods

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1WAMIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - list the main sources for scientific research - name the necessary chapters of a scientific paper and explain their content - name the principle methods for creating a scientific paper - read the results of a scientific study and make simple representations.

Superior module:

Project 1

Module description:

The students are familiar with the basic methodology that is needed to compose a scientific paper. Working independently on a small individual project enables them to combine theory and practical realisation. The students have basic knowledge of literature research, design of experiments, documentation and evaluation and are able to present concepts and designs independently.

Technical Drawing & Structural Elements 1

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1DMGIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - prepare technical plans of spatial objects according to the normative specifications - consistently present details in technical plans by creating specific design drawings - plan 3D models based on technical plans of spatial objects and implement them in simple constructions.

Superior module:

Project 1

Module description:

The students are familiar with the basic methodology that is needed to compose a scientific paper. Working independently on a small individual project enables them to combine theory and practical realisation. The students have basic knowledge of literature research, design of experiments, documentation and evaluation and are able to present concepts and designs independently.

Technical English

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1ENGUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - discuss and present general and technical topics in English - communicate appropriately in English in various situations - use technical terminology correctly - independently expand their linguistic repertoire in the English language.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 1 - English

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects, events in which the working language is English - discuss and present technical topics in English - use technical terminology correctly - develop specialist knowledge independently - communicate appropriately in English in different situations - select and create a suitable instrument to document and reflect on their own learning achievement.

Wood Physics

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1HPHIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - identify the essential physical properties of wood as well as their most important influencing factors and describe their dependence on environmental conditions - name the key indicators for the description of wood-physical properties and use them in applied problems to calculate state and process variables - compare individual types of wood in terms of selected wood-physical properties.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science

Module description:

The students are able to name and describe the essential wood-physical and wood-chemical properties and to recognize ecological correlations. They can describe the process of wood formation and analyze it in the context of climatic influences. The competencies in the field of ecology, forestry or freehand drawing are expanded through a selectable compulsory option.

Wood Science - Wood Anatomy

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1HKHVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - explain the process of wood formation related to photosynthesis - name the different types of tissue that build up the trees and characterize them according to their respective functions - explain the importance of climatic influences on wood formation in trees and describe the resulting macroscopic wood characteristics - recognize the different wood tissues and describe them in terms of their biological significance.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science

Module description:

The students are able to name and describe the essential wood-physical and wood-chemical properties and to recognize ecological correlations. They can describe the process of wood formation and analyze it in the context of climatic influences. The competencies in the field of ecology, forestry or freehand drawing are expanded through a selectable compulsory option.

Communication & Professionalisation 1 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 1)

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - identify interests, knowledge gaps and deficits and select suitable courses - create an individual learning path for their professionalisation - outline and document their own learning path in a portfolio - accept and incorporate feedback from coaches and peers.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 1 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to - identify interests, knowledge gaps and deficits and to select suitable courses - create an individual learning path for their professionalisation - outline and document their own learning path in a portfolio - accept and incorporate feedback from coaches and peers.

Introduction to Wood Science

Forestry Studies

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1WFWIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - recognize the forest as an ecosystem and explain the importance of forest management measures - name the main wood species in the Austrian forest and to explain the differences with regard to their significance for the forest - name and explain the key data for Austrian and international forests.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science

Module description:

The students are able to name and describe the essential wood-physical and wood-chemical properties and to recognize ecological correlations. They can describe the process of wood formation and analyze it in the context of climatic influences. The competencies in the field of ecology, forestry or freehand drawing are expanded through a selectable compulsory option.

Introduction to Wood Science

Ecology & Environmental Science

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1WOUIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - understand and describe the basiccorrelations between selected ecosystems and their parameters - recognize and generally describe the impact of people and their actions on ecological systems - give examples of human-induced problems for ecosystems.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science

Module description:

The students are able to name and describe the essential wood-physical and wood-chemical properties and to recognize ecological correlations. They can describe the process of wood formation and analyze it in the context of climatic influences. The competencies in the field of ecology, forestry or freehand drawing are expanded through a selectable compulsory option.

Introduction to Wood Science and Construction

Free-style drawing

Semester 1
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB1WFZIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - select the appropriate drawing materials for a drawing to be made - display a drawing of objects including the surface properties and the shadowing - represent a spatial situation with different objects.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science and Construction

Module description:

The students are able to name and describe the essential wood-physical and wood-chemical properties and to recognize ecological correlations. They can describe the process of wood formation and analyze it in the context of climatic influences. The competencies in the field of ecology, forestry or freehand drawing are expanded through a selectable compulsory option.

Course titleSWSECTSTYPE

Accounting

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2REWVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to recognize and explain the correlations between financial accounting, cost accounting and financing.

Superior module:

Economics 2

Module description:

At the end of the second term, the students have the ability to combine the company's functional areas with the influencing factors of the economic environment and to determine the relevant fields of action and decision in the company. Knowledge of the basic terms of business administration and the functional areas forms the structured basis for the subsequent courses. The basics of accounting further the understanding of the financial business objectives; the implementation and application of cost accounting instruments create a connection between the technical aspects of the company and the financial economy.

Applied Mathematics & Statistics 2

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2MASIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - use computer algebra systems to solve mathematical problems - solve multidimensional problems of analysis (differential calculus and integral calculus in several variables) - analyze simple statistical correlations using location and scatter parameters as well as statistical models - apply the methods and models discussed, in the timber industry and in timber construction.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences and Engineering

Module description:

The students learn complex concepts of mathematics and statistics in order to describe technological issues. The students understand the basics of computer-aided image processing. They learn the concepts of CAD in the fields of architecture and mechanical engineering and can apply practise-oriented CAD programmes.

Building & Timber Construction 2

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2BKHVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - name timber construction systems and present the main construction and functional principles - describe and evaluate the principle characteristic details of timber construction methods on the basis of their properties with regard to statics and building physics - state and describe the advantages and disadvantages of timber construction methods with regard to installation properties.

Superior module:

Introduction to Forest Products Industry 2

Module description:

The students expand their knowledge acquired in the module "Introduction to Forest Products Industry 1" and transfer that knowledge to different situations and building materials. They acquire in-depth knowledge of the construction and engineering materials and the interaction of the various materials. They obtain an overview of the essential basics of building physics and problems. They can describe the furniture typologies including the necessary functions, characteristic parameters and technical specifications and are able to present technical details correctly.

Business English

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2FENUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - use appropriate language to describe companies and business processes - communicate appropriately in English in business situations - elaborate technical terminology independently and use it correctly according to the situation - use the correct formal language for technical and scientific descriptions in English.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 2 - English

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act appropriately in business situations where English is spoken - document and reflect on their knowledge and qualification gain - accept feedback and give feedback to peers in an appropriate language.

Business Studies

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2BWLVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - develop and prepare a business model - validate and critically reflect the results.

Superior module:

Economics 2

Module description:

At the end of the second term, the students have the ability to combine the company's functional areas with the influencing factors of the economic environment and to determine the relevant fields of action and decision in the company. Knowledge of the basic terms of business administration and the functional areas forms the structured basis for the subsequent courses. The basics of accounting further the understanding of the financial business objectives; the implementation and application of cost accounting instruments create a connection between the technical aspects of the company and the financial economy.

CAD Basics

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2CADIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - create plans for buildings and furniture using CAD systems - create plans using CAD systems at the appropriate scale and the appropriate output parameters (pen and hatching assignments) - create documents using image processing programmes including the integration of CAD plans.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences and Engineering

Module description:

The students learn complex concepts of mathematics and statistics in order to describe technological issues. The students understand the basics of computer-aided image processing. They learn the concepts of CAD in the fields of architecture and mechanical engineering and can apply practise-oriented CAD programmes.

Conception of furniture and space

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2MOBIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe and evaluate the required characteristics of furniture depending on the area of use - name the specific properties of furniture materials and surfaces and to determine them depending on their area of application - apply basic design methods for interior design and make comparisons between different rooms - design first rooms and describe them using models and sketches.

Superior module:

Introduction to Forest Products Industry 2

Module description:

The students expand their knowledge acquired in the module "Introduction to Forest Products Industry 1" and transfer that knowledge to different situations and building materials. They acquire in-depth knowledge of the construction and engineering materials and the interaction of the various materials. They obtain an overview of the essential basics of building physics and problems. They can describe the furniture typologies including the necessary functions, characteristic parameters and technical specifications and are able to present technical details correctly.

Introduction to Construction Physics

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2BPHIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - evaluate construction methods and components with regard to thermal insulation properties, sound insulation properties, moisture protection properties and airtightness - check construction methods and components with regard to the requirements of building physics regulations on the basis of characteristic values.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science and Construction

Module description:

Based on the contents of the module "Introduction to Natural Sciences", the students acquire knowledge of wood as a raw material, building material, engineering material and energy source. Knowledge of the anatomical structure and of the physical-technological properties are combined with the ability to reliably recognize the domestic tree or wood species. The module provides the basic knowledge of wood that is necessary to attend the subsequent modules of wood technology. In the course of the exercise, the students apply the knowledge in practice and the theoretical content is deepened.

Materials Science

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2WSTIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe modern wooden materials and their production processes - characterize wood-based materials as lightweight materials and evaluate possible constructions - name areas of application for lightweight wood materials and to describe their special properties.

Superior module:

Introduction to Forest Products Industry 2

Module description:

The students expand their knowledge acquired in the module "Introduction to Forest Products Industry 1" and transfer that knowledge to different situations and building materials. They acquire in-depth knowledge of the construction and engineering materials and the interaction of the various materials. They obtain an overview of the essential basics of building physics and problems. They can describe the furniture typologies including the necessary functions, characteristic parameters and technical specifications and are able to present technical details correctly.

Model Making

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2MODUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - select the appropriate scale and materials for the respective model building project - use the machines of the model construction workshop in such a way that the qualtity of the created model is adequate and workplace safety is guaranteed - create their own model using the machines in the model construction workshop.

Superior module:

Project 2

Module description:

In addition to the methodological and scientific elements, the students acquire design and planning skills and also have the basic ability to present and demonstrate the results by means of a model. In addition, the students are able to create the necessary technical plans for the presentation. The aim of the project is to apply the skills acquired in module PR 1 to a specific example and to link the contents of the courses in module HIG 1 with the project work. The students learn to implement the knowledge they have acquired in a real project.

Organic Chemistry and Process Technology

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2OCPVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - identify the essential organic functional groups and the importance of associated molecules and reaction types in the timber industry - describe the composition of wood depending on the type of organic tissue - describe the application of process technologies in the timber industry and explain them on the basis of simple facilities.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences and Engineering

Module description:

The students learn complex concepts of mathematics and statistics in order to describe technological issues. The students understand the basics of computer-aided image processing. They learn the concepts of CAD in the fields of architecture and mechanical engineering and can apply practise-oriented CAD programmes.

Project 2

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2PROPT
Type PT
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

Using the skills they have already acquired and by the help of a professional supervisor, the students are able to solve problems in the course of a project.

Superior module:

Project 2

Module description:

In addition to the methodological and scientific elements, the students acquire design and planning skills and also have the basic ability to present and demonstrate the results by means of a model. In addition, the students are able to create the necessary technical plans for the presentation. The aim of the project is to apply the skills acquired in module PR 1 to a specific example and to link the contents of the courses in module HIG 1 with the project work. The students learn to implement the knowledge they have acquired in a real project.

Statics & Strength Studies

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2SFLIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - outline a static system and determine it on the basis of a depiction - calculate static systems based on the loads with regard to the bearing pressure and internal force variables - describe simple composite static systems and use calculation methods to solve static problems - solve stability problems and deformations of static systems.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science and Construction

Module description:

Based on the contents of the module "Introduction to Natural Sciences", the students acquire knowledge of wood as a raw material, building material, engineering material and energy source. Knowledge of the anatomical structure and of the physical-technological properties are combined with the ability to reliably recognize the domestic tree or wood species. The module provides the basic knowledge of wood that is necessary to attend the subsequent modules of wood technology. In the course of the exercise, the students apply the knowledge in practice and the theoretical content is deepened.

Technical Drawing & Structural Elements 2

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2DTZIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - implement plans in compliance with the standards (in particular suitable line types, hatching and dimensions are used) - implement construction plans using CAD in accordance with relevant standards - implement technical building plans using CAD in accordance with relevant standards.

Superior module:

Introduction to Natural Sciences and Engineering

Module description:

The students learn complex concepts of mathematics and statistics in order to describe technological issues. The students understand the basics of computer-aided image processing. They learn the concepts of CAD in the fields of architecture and mechanical engineering and can apply practise-oriented CAD programmes.

Wood Classification

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2HBEUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - distinguish hardwood from coniferous wood - differentiate the Central European conifers based on their anatomical characteristics and to name applications for these wood species - differentiate the Central European hardwood species based on their anatomical features and name applications for these wood species.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science and Construction

Module description:

Based on the contents of the module "Introduction to Natural Sciences", the students acquire knowledge of wood as a raw material, building material, engineering material and energy source. Knowledge of the anatomical structure and of the physical-technological properties are combined with the ability to reliably recognize the domestic tree or wood species. The module provides the basic knowledge of wood that is necessary to attend the subsequent modules of wood technology. In the course of the exercise, the students apply the knowledge in practice and the theoretical content is deepened.

Wood Science, Wood Quality and Wood Protection

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2HHHVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - name the quality characteristics of sawn timber and round timber and evaluate them using suitable measurement parameters - evaluate log quality depending on the type of wood - evaluate sawn timber quality depending on the type of wood - describe the hazard potential of wood quality when using wood.

Superior module:

Introduction to Wood Science and Construction

Module description:

Based on the contents of the module "Introduction to Natural Sciences", the students acquire knowledge of wood as a raw material, building material, engineering material and energy source. Knowledge of the anatomical structure and of the physical-technological properties are combined with the ability to reliably recognize the domestic tree or wood species. The module provides the basic knowledge of wood that is necessary to attend the subsequent modules of wood technology. In the course of the exercise, the students apply the knowledge in practice and the theoretical content is deepened.

Communication & Professionalisation 2 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 2)

Semester 2
Academic year 1
Course code HTBB2PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - identify interests, knowledge gaps and deficits and select suitable courses - create an individual learning path for their professionalisation - document and reflect on their knowledge and qualification gain - develop and apply methods of self-monitoring - accept and incorporate feedback from coaches and peers - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 2 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act appropriately in business situations where English is spoken - document and reflect on their knowledge and qualification gain - accept feedback and give feedback to peers in an appropriate language.

Course titleSWSECTSTYPE

Construction - CAD

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3KOCUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - independently design initial plans and implement them in a CAD environment - transfer the data from the independently generated construction plans to further software for presentation (rendering) or calculation (statics) - prepare the created plans for further processing in a CNC-controlled system.

Superior module:

Project 3

Module description:

In this project module, the students acquire the ability to work in a team on a shared task. The students are able to present their respective project results through specific technical and creative presentations in combination with textual elements in order to convey contents even without a verbal presentation.This is the preparation for the combination of construction and design in the first bachelor thesis in the following module PR 4.

Construction - Design

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3KODUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - create 3D models for constructions - convert 3D models into virtually experienceable structures - create BIM-enabled files from 3D CAD models.

Superior module:

Project 3

Module description:

In this project module, the students acquire the ability to work in a team on a shared task. The students are able to present their respective project results through specific technical and creative presentations in combination with textual elements in order to convey contents even without a verbal presentation.This is the preparation for the combination of construction and design in the first bachelor thesis in the following module PR 4.

Entrepreneurship

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3EPSIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - create a business model canvas - create a plausible business model calculation as the basis for further steps in cooperation with Startup-Salzburg.

Superior module:

Economics & Management

Module description:

The students can analyze markets and conceptualize and implement marketing concepts from a target group-oriented perspective. Entrepreneurial ideas - especially in the wood industry - can be analyzed for plausibility and profitability and then be implemented in business plans. Equipped with the basics of project management, the students can handle tasks in all functional areas of companies and solve interdisciplinary problems in a structured manner. The knowledge of the theory and the subject-specific and cross-departmental practical application create the prerequisites for the successful organisation and processing of projects.

Introduction to Engineered Wood Products

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3HWGVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - record and describe the production processes in the wood-based panel production, to name the essential process and plant parameters and to describe the interrelationships with the respective product quality - describe the products of woodworking and wood processing and to describe the essential fields of application, as well as their advantages and disadvantages in use and to select them for the respective application.

Superior module:

Introduction to Technology

Module description:

By attending this module, the students acquire the basic knowledge of wood as an engineering material. They gain a sound basic knowledge of the most important processes of woodworking and wood processing, know the essential wood materials and their production and have skills in the processing and application of wood in the construction sector and in furniture construction.

Introduction to Structural Engineering

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3TWGIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - represent different structures based on their static properties and characterize them based on their essential properties - make simple load statements and assess the impact of the respective loads on the structures.

Superior module:

Introduction to Technology

Module description:

By attending this module, the students acquire the basic knowledge of wood as an engineering material. They gain a sound basic knowledge of the most important processes of woodworking and wood processing, know the essential wood materials and their production and have skills in the processing and application of wood in the construction sector and in furniture construction.

Marketing

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MARVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to analyse the basics of marketing in the practical environment of one of the world's leading trade fairs relevant to the sector: bau, imm cologne or ligna.

Superior module:

Economics & Management

Module description:

The students can analyze markets and conceptualize and implement marketing concepts from a target group-oriented perspective. Entrepreneurial ideas - especially in the wood industry - can be analyzed for plausibility and profitability and then be implemented in business plans. Equipped with the basics of project management, the students can handle tasks in all functional areas of companies and solve interdisciplinary problems in a structured manner. The knowledge of the theory and the subject-specific and cross-departmental practical application create the prerequisites for the successful organisation and processing of projects.

Project 3

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3PROPT
Type PT
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

Depending on the respective specialisation, the students are able to: - create the necessary presentations and plans for a real project - perform the relevant calculations for the evaluation of a real project - present and discuss the results of a real project in front of a jury.

Superior module:

Project 3

Module description:

In this project module, the students acquire the ability to work in a team on a shared task. The students are able to present their respective project results through specific technical and creative presentations in combination with textual elements in order to convey contents even without a verbal presentation.This is the preparation for the combination of construction and design in the first bachelor thesis in the following module PR 4.

Project Management

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3PRMVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students acquire the ability to design and implement project management tools in the business environment.

Superior module:

Economics & Management

Module description:

The students can analyze markets and conceptualize and implement marketing concepts from a target group-oriented perspective. Entrepreneurial ideas - especially in the wood industry - can be analyzed for plausibility and profitability and then be implemented in business plans. Equipped with the basics of project management, the students can handle tasks in all functional areas of companies and solve interdisciplinary problems in a structured manner. The knowledge of the theory and the subject-specific and cross-departmental practical application create the prerequisites for the successful organisation and processing of projects.

Wood Processing & Woodworking 1

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BVGVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - record and describe the production processes in woodworking and wood processing, to name the essential process and plant parameters and to describe the correlations with the respective product quality. - describe the products of woodworking and wood processing and to describe the essential fields of application, as well as their advantages and disadvantages in use and to select them for the respective application.

Superior module:

Introduction to Technology

Module description:

By attending this module, the students acquire the basic knowledge of wood as an engineering material. They gain a sound basic knowledge of the most important processes of woodworking and wood processing, know the essential wood materials and their production and have skills in the processing and application of wood in the construction sector and in furniture construction.

Communication & Professionalisation 3 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Communication and Intercultural Competences - Portfolio (part 1)

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3WKOUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects, events where the working language is English - work in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate about or with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - select and acquire specialist content for their own professionalisation path, even if the working language is English - accept and give feedback as part of an academic feedback culture.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 3 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - develop specialist knowledge independently and document and reflect this knowledge appropriately in the professionalisation portfolio.

Communication & Professionalisation 3 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 3)

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - independently select and complete suitable courses for their professionalisation path - acquire specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - document and reflect on their gain in knowledge and qualifications - develop and apply methods of self-monitoring - accept feedback from coaches and peers and to incorporate the feedback into their learning process.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 3 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - develop specialist knowledge independently and document and reflect this knowledge appropriately in the professionalisation portfolio.

Communication & Professionalisation 3 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 3)

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - independently select and complete suitable courses for their professionalisation path - acquire specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - document and reflect on their gain in knowledge and qualifications - develop and apply methods of self-monitoring - accept feedback from coaches and peers and to incorporate the feedback into their learning process.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 3 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - develop specialist knowledge independently and document and reflect this knowledge appropriately in the professionalisation portfolio.

Main option: Forest Products Technology 1

Data analysis in the Wood Industry

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3TDAVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - create and evaluate statistic variables for the evaluation of production processes and for quality control - develop simple statistic test methods to control the production processes in ongoing productions and to derive procedures for carrying out quality checks.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 1

Module description:

The students acquire advanced and in-depth skills in the field of chemical and mechanical woodworking. This provides a sound practical and technical overview of the most important processes in the wood industry. In addition, in-depth knowledge in the field of wood chemistry is being built up. The students work independently directly in the research laboratories and thus acquired the ability to work according to the standards (EN). They are able to conduct material tests carefully and to clearly document and statistically evaluate results and experiments.

Forest Products Technology

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3THTIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the developments in the sawmill industry with regard to the technologies applied and the products manufactured and to evaluate the current situation - explain technological and economic interrelationships and evaluate current developments for the future.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 1

Module description:

The students acquire advanced and in-depth skills in the field of chemical and mechanical woodworking. This provides a sound practical and technical overview of the most important processes in the wood industry. In addition, in-depth knowledge in the field of wood chemistry is being built up. The students work independently directly in the research laboratories and thus acquired the ability to work according to the standards (EN). They are able to conduct material tests carefully and to clearly document and statistically evaluate results and experiments.

Research Methods: Forest Products Technology and Chemistry

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3TLMUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - apply laboratory methods of wood and natural fibre chemistry and use qualitative and quantitative investigation methods - present chemical laboratory results quantitatively correct and to describe the findings of the analysis.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 1

Module description:

The students acquire advanced and in-depth skills in the field of chemical and mechanical woodworking. This provides a sound practical and technical overview of the most important processes in the wood industry. In addition, in-depth knowledge in the field of wood chemistry is being built up. The students work independently directly in the research laboratories and thus acquired the ability to work according to the standards (EN). They are able to conduct material tests carefully and to clearly document and statistically evaluate results and experiments.

Wood Chemistry

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3THCIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the chemical structure of wood and to differentiate according to the species - explain the essential chemical behaviour of wood based on its chemical composition and to chemically evaluate possible wood modifications - explain and discuss the adhesive behaviour of wood due to chemical characteristics.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 1

Module description:

The students acquire advanced and in-depth skills in the field of chemical and mechanical woodworking. This provides a sound practical and technical overview of the most important processes in the wood industry. In addition, in-depth knowledge in the field of wood chemistry is being built up. The students work independently directly in the research laboratories and thus acquired the ability to work according to the standards (EN). They are able to conduct material tests carefully and to clearly document and statistically evaluate results and experiments.

Wood Processing & Woodworking 2

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3TBVIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - evaluate current plants in the wood industry with regard to productivity and compare the products based on suitable quality indicators - explain the development of the markets for wood industry products and plants and derive new opportunities for further development for companies.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 1

Module description:

The students acquire advanced and in-depth skills in the field of chemical and mechanical woodworking. This provides a sound practical and technical overview of the most important processes in the wood industry. In addition, in-depth knowledge in the field of wood chemistry is being built up. The students work independently directly in the research laboratories and thus acquired the ability to work according to the standards (EN). They are able to conduct material tests carefully and to clearly document and statistically evaluate results and experiments.

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Comparative Material Theory

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MVWVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name the machining and processing processes of different materials. They can develop, describe and conceptually apply alternative options in the selection of materials and processes for the manufacturing of products.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Module description:

After completion of the courses in the module, students are able to: - carry out the planning and construction with particular attention to the possibilities of material technology - discuss management issues for product developments and draft designs in the planning process - put their perception of practical furniture construction into practice by the planning and manufacturing of a real piece of furniture in the workshop - classify their personal development achievement by reference to the basic knowledge of design history.

Ergonomics - Proportion, Patterns and Grids, Module

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MERVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name the ergonomic requirements in the field of furniture and interior design and are able to consider and apply the specifications in their projects.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Module description:

After completion of the courses in the module, students are able to: - carry out the planning and construction with particular attention to the possibilities of material technology - discuss management issues for product developments and draft designs in the planning process - put their perception of practical furniture construction into practice by the planning and manufacturing of a real piece of furniture in the workshop - classify their personal development achievement by reference to the basic knowledge of design history.

Furniture making - Workshop

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MMBIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to plan furniture, to carry out work preparation and to manufacture the furniture.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Module description:

After completion of the courses in the module, students are able to: - carry out the planning and construction with particular attention to the possibilities of material technology - discuss management issues for product developments and draft designs in the planning process - put their perception of practical furniture construction into practice by the planning and manufacturing of a real piece of furniture in the workshop - classify their personal development achievement by reference to the basic knowledge of design history.

History of Design - Creative basics of Interior Fittings

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MDGIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain the theoretical basics of design history with a focus on architecture and furniture construction. They are able to apply different perspectives of historic views and assess their impact on historic facts. Through the experimental exercises on historic production techniques, the students gain their first experience in researching and preparing information and knowledge that is rather hard getting access to.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Module description:

After completion of the courses in the module, students are able to: - carry out the planning and construction with particular attention to the possibilities of material technology - discuss management issues for product developments and draft designs in the planning process - put their perception of practical furniture construction into practice by the planning and manufacturing of a real piece of furniture in the workshop - classify their personal development achievement by reference to the basic knowledge of design history.

Planning and Design

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MPGIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to explain the basic elements of the design processes in interior and furniture development. The focus is on a structured and arguable approach to a formal design. The students are able to differentiate between formal-aesthetic and semantic design aspects and to develop and communicate these independently in a task-related manner.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Module description:

After completion of the courses in the module, students are able to: - carry out the planning and construction with particular attention to the possibilities of material technology - discuss management issues for product developments and draft designs in the planning process - put their perception of practical furniture construction into practice by the planning and manufacturing of a real piece of furniture in the workshop - classify their personal development achievement by reference to the basic knowledge of design history.

Product Management

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3MPMIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - evaluate the importance of product management as a strategic issue in the company - carry out a consistently planned management in the longer term - describe and work on complex interrelationships in business management with regard to the coordination of design, economic and technical requirements.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 1

Module description:

After completion of the courses in the module, students are able to: - carry out the planning and construction with particular attention to the possibilities of material technology - discuss management issues for product developments and draft designs in the planning process - put their perception of practical furniture construction into practice by the planning and manufacturing of a real piece of furniture in the workshop - classify their personal development achievement by reference to the basic knowledge of design history.

Main option: Timber Constructions 1

Building & Timber Construction 3

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BBKVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - develop a wooden building from the foundation to the roof - recognize the relevant influencing parameters - consider relevant areas of expansion and development.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Construction Physics 2

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BBPVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - name, evaluate and take into account the guidelines for thermal protection, moisture-proofing and sound insulation when developing and planning detailed solutions in timber construction - create an energy performance certificate.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Statics

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BSTIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the mathematical correlations between the load on a bar and its deformation with the help of static and geometric compatibilities and a material law - determine the deformations of statically determinate systems - name and apply the methods for the calculation of internal forces in statically indeterminate systems and for the assessment of stability problems.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Structural Engineering 2

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BTWIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to describe the load-bearing behaviour of the most important load-bearing systems. The focus is on load transfer, the "recognition of the state of force" within a system and its effects on the construction.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Timber Constructions 1

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BHBIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - construct load-bearing systems for timber structures - design and dimension on the basis of the action/load combinations and under consideration of safety concepts (EC) - check the usability of the selected structures. They can name the relevant materials for timber engineering and evaluate their possible applications.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Main option: Timber Constructions 1_a

Planning and Design

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3WPGIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to explain the basic elements of the design processes in interior and furniture development. The focus is on a structured and arguable approach to a formal design. The students are able to differentiate between formal-aesthetic and semantic design aspects and to develop and communicate these independently in a task-related manner.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1_a

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Main option: Timber Constructions 1_b

Surveying

Semester 3
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB3BVKIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students have knowledge of the common methods of surveying and measurement of structures. They know the current equipment for carrying out surveying tasks and can present the results in the form of standard-compliant plans.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 1_b

Module description:

The students are able to: - evaluate the development and planning, as well as the construction and dimensioning of wooden structures - name the building physics requirements for wooden buildings - name and evaluate relevant materials and joining techniques for components and pre-fabricated building units - demonstrate complex detailed problems and suggest solutions.

Course titleSWSECTSTYPE

Bonding Technology and Joints

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4KVTIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name tried and tested joining techniques for wood and timber construction and can use them depending on load, installation situation and service class in production as well as in constructions in new buildings and renovations.

Superior module:

Technology 2

Module description:

The students can name and analyze different ways of bonding and gluing wood and can explain the requirements and the different methods. Wood as a combustible material requires special handling both in construction and in the processing industries. After completion of the module, the students are able to plan and implement fire protection.They can name and evaluate different surface treatments for different areas of application. They know the relevant application processes and can explain their advantages and disadvantages.

Construction - Modelling and Simulation

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4KMSUE
Type UB
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - create and simulate a 3D model of a building, a room or a piece of furniture - convert a 3D scanned object into a 3D model - prepare a 3D model for CNC manufacturing and to carry out the production.

Superior module:

Project 4

Module description:

The students acquire the interdisciplinary competence to work on a shared task in cooperation with students from other disciplines. By composing the first bachelor thesis, the students show that they are able to solve a subtask within a project team independently and individually as a specialist, whereby the problem solution has to be found in the context of the joint project.

Fire Protection

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4BSGVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to - describe and evaluate the performance of building products made of wood with regard to combustion behaviour and possible exposure time - evaluate their possible applications depending on legal fire protection requirements or with regard to the achievement of the required protection goals - explain and apply the basic rules of fire protection.

Superior module:

Technology 2

Module description:

The students can name and analyze different ways of bonding and gluing wood and can explain the requirements and the different methods. Wood as a combustible material requires special handling both in construction and in the processing industries. After completion of the module, the students are able to plan and implement fire protection.They can name and evaluate different surface treatments for different areas of application. They know the relevant application processes and can explain their advantages and disadvantages.

Industrial Placement - Part 1

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4PPRPT
Type PT
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 0
ECTS Credits 3.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to independently deal with questions in the form of an internship depending on the respective specialisation and the respective internship company.

Superior module:

Project 4

Module description:

The students acquire the interdisciplinary competence to work on a shared task in cooperation with students from other disciplines. By composing the first bachelor thesis, the students show that they are able to solve a subtask within a project team independently and individually as a specialist, whereby the problem solution has to be found in the context of the joint project.

Law

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4RELVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name important legal requirements in the area of corporate management and assess their relevance for corporate management.

Superior module:

Economics: Marketing & Legislation

Module description:

Based on their marketing concepts the students are able to position product innovations on the markets and provide the necessary financial and economic decision bases in the areas of investment calculations and financing. They can explain the legal framework conditions of their economic activity and are able to work out a direct, target-oriented implementation of sales potentials in the companies due to their marketing knowledge in the sales process paired with social competences.

Marketing and Merchandising

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4MAVIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to design and implement resonant marketing concepts.

Superior module:

Economics: Marketing & Legislation

Module description:

Based on their marketing concepts the students are able to position product innovations on the markets and provide the necessary financial and economic decision bases in the areas of investment calculations and financing. They can explain the legal framework conditions of their economic activity and are able to work out a direct, target-oriented implementation of sales potentials in the companies due to their marketing knowledge in the sales process paired with social competences.

Seminar for Preparation of First Bachelor Thesis

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4BUBSE
Type SE
Kind Bachelor thesis
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 6
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to independently deal with practical questions in the form of a project depending on the respective specialisation.

Superior module:

Project 4

Module description:

The students acquire the interdisciplinary competence to work on a shared task in cooperation with students from other disciplines. By composing the first bachelor thesis, the students show that they are able to solve a subtask within a project team independently and individually as a specialist, whereby the problem solution has to be found in the context of the joint project.

Surfaces & Finishing Technology 1

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4OTGVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name and evaluate common surface treatments for different areas of application. They can explain the most important application processes and their advantages and disadvantages.

Superior module:

Technology 2

Module description:

The students can name and analyze different ways of bonding and gluing wood and can explain the requirements and the different methods. Wood as a combustible material requires special handling both in construction and in the processing industries. After completion of the module, the students are able to plan and implement fire protection.They can name and evaluate different surface treatments for different areas of application. They know the relevant application processes and can explain their advantages and disadvantages.

Communication & Professionalisation 4 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Communication and Intercultural Competences - Portfolio (part 2)

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4WKOUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to - actively follow courses, projects, events where the working language is English - work in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate about or with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - select and acquire specialist content for their own professionalisation path, even if the working language is English - accept and give feedback as part of an academic feedback culture.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 4 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations.

Communication & Professionalisation 4 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 4)

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - independently select and complete suitable courses for their professionalisation path - acquire specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - document and reflect on their gain in knowledge and qualifications - develop and apply methods of self-monitoring - accept feedback from coaches and peers and to incorporate the feedback into their learning process.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 4 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations.

Main option: Forest Products Technology 2

Engineered Wood Products 2

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4THWIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - differentiate the process engineering in the production of wood-based materials and are able to clarify the essential differences between the raw materials and their treatment on a technical basis - describe the necessary systems for the production of a wood-based material manufactured in compliance with the law and to precisely define the process parameters - evaluate the impact of process parameters on the economic efficiency of the process.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 2

Module description:

The students acquire comprehensive skills in modern wood-based materials and have in-depth knowledge of the "state of the art". They also have in-depth knowledge of the process engineering of modern wood-based materials production and are familiar with the essential criteria that determine the quality and possible uses of wood-based materials. The students acquire the basic skills to carry out targeted timber drying and are familiar with the essential interrelationships with regard to the trends in the wood market.

Trends in the Wood Market

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4THMVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - understand and apply the legal framework for concluding contracts and the acquisition of raw materials in the timber industry - understand the specifics of the timber industry and comply with the essential legal requirements for the marketing of wood-based products - determine important imported wood species and their properties.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 2

Module description:

The students acquire comprehensive skills in modern wood-based materials and have in-depth knowledge of the "state of the art". They also have in-depth knowledge of the process engineering of modern wood-based materials production and are familiar with the essential criteria that determine the quality and possible uses of wood-based materials. The students acquire the basic skills to carry out targeted timber drying and are familiar with the essential interrelationships with regard to the trends in the wood market.

Wood Drying Basics

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4THTIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - develop a drying program for an ideal-typical species of coniferous wood and an ideal-typical species of hardwood - analyze the quality of the wood drying process during and after the process and to intervene in the drying process in a targeted manner.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 2

Module description:

The students acquire comprehensive skills in modern wood-based materials and have in-depth knowledge of the "state of the art". They also have in-depth knowledge of the process engineering of modern wood-based materials production and are familiar with the essential criteria that determine the quality and possible uses of wood-based materials. The students acquire the basic skills to carry out targeted timber drying and are familiar with the essential interrelationships with regard to the trends in the wood market.

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 2

Engineered Materials for Interior Fittings

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4MWIIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - compare and evaluate the functional properties of individual materials in interior design with regard to their possible applications - characterize, argue and describe the choice of materials in the context of the task in the project.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 2

Module description:

The students are able to: - design and dimension joints in furniture construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability - estimate the manufacturing/unit costs of furniture components and interior fittings - integrate the required functionality in the area of interior design, such as house technology and lighting, into the planning - estimate the cost of the planned installations.

Fixtures and Fittings for Furniture and Joining Technology

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4MMVVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to define and apply their knowledge of state-of-the-art furniture fittings and joining techniques according to requirements.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 2

Module description:

The students are able to: - design and dimension joints in furniture construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability - estimate the manufacturing/unit costs of furniture components and interior fittings - integrate the required functionality in the area of interior design, such as house technology and lighting, into the planning - estimate the cost of the planned installations.

Industrial Production of Furniture

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4MIMIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to include the aspects of industrial furniture production in their conceptual considerations and implementation-relevant projects, to discuss them and to prepare arguments.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 2

Module description:

The students are able to: - design and dimension joints in furniture construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability - estimate the manufacturing/unit costs of furniture components and interior fittings - integrate the required functionality in the area of interior design, such as house technology and lighting, into the planning - estimate the cost of the planned installations.

Lighting Technology and Sensor Technology

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4MLSIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to create lighting concepts in the area of daylight and artificial light and to calculate them using software-supported methods of lighting planning.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 2

Module description:

The students are able to: - design and dimension joints in furniture construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability - estimate the manufacturing/unit costs of furniture components and interior fittings - integrate the required functionality in the area of interior design, such as house technology and lighting, into the planning - estimate the cost of the planned installations.

Main option: Timber Constructions 2

Construction Implementation - Tenders and Building Procedures

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4BDAVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain the most important terms used in public procurement law and the relevant procedures. They can explain the basics of price determination for construction work and construction equipment costs.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 2

Module description:

The students acquire advanced knowledge of the load-bearing behavior of structures and can design and dimension components and connections in timber construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability. They integrate their knowledge of building physics into the planning process and estimate the building costs for planned constructions.

Materials Science: Strength Theory and Testing

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4BFLIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain and mathematically describe the principles of linear elasticity theory and apply them to questions regarding the dimensioning of components.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 2

Module description:

The students acquire advanced knowledge of the load-bearing behavior of structures and can design and dimension components and connections in timber construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability. They integrate their knowledge of building physics into the planning process and estimate the building costs for planned constructions.

Timber Constructions 2

Semester 4
Academic year 2
Course code HTBB4BHBIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can dimension connections, constructions and bonding agents used in timber construction on the basis of the valid norms (EC) and prove their usability.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 2

Module description:

The students acquire advanced knowledge of the load-bearing behavior of structures and can design and dimension components and connections in timber construction with regard to load-bearing capacity, usability and durability. They integrate their knowledge of building physics into the planning process and estimate the building costs for planned constructions.

Course titleSWSECTSTYPE

Circular Economy

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5CECVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name the principles of the Circular Economy and the Circular Design construction principles. They are able to discuss the alternative development approaches and compare them argumentatively with conventional production methods.

Superior module:

Ecology and Materials

Module description:

The students deepen their basic knowledge in the field of energy technology and the ecological assessment of material and material decisions.

Ecology of Building Materials - Certificates

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5OWSVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to critically assess ecological studies and to introduce comprehensible assessment criteria into the discourse on ecological materials.

Superior module:

Ecology and Materials

Module description:

The students deepen their basic knowledge in the field of energy technology and the ecological assessment of material and material decisions.

Industrial Placement - Part 2

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5PPRPT
Type PT
Kind Internship (N)
Language of instruction English
SWS 0
ECTS Credits 7.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to independently and successfully carry out and document a practical activity in the respective field of specialisation in a company. They are able to present and critically reflect the knowledge gained from the internship.

Superior module:

Project 5

Module description:

The students apply the knowledge they have acquired during their studies and to deepen it on site by means of concrete tasks. Through their integration into the company they gain insight into practical, technical and economic processes and acquire problem-solving strategies. In many cases, the topic for the final Specialisation Project and the second Bachelor Thesis arise from this work.

Industrial Placement Seminar

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5PBSSE
Type SE
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - define a company-relevant question - organize the workflows for processing the project task - handle the project order in coordination with the company - create a meaningful project report.

Superior module:

Project 5

Module description:

The students apply the knowledge they have acquired during their studies and to deepen it on site by means of concrete tasks. Through their integration into the company they gain insight into practical, technical and economic processes and acquire problem-solving strategies. In many cases, the topic for the final Specialisation Project and the second Bachelor Thesis arise from this work.

Manufacturing Industries

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5PWIVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, students have knowledge about the decision fields in strategic production management and their implications in operative production planning and control.

Superior module:

Economics: Production Management

Module description:

The students are able to: - take the relevant settings in production management decisions into account and evaluate their importance - evaluate conflicting objectives and solution strategies in production companies - name the manufacturing processes of wood products and components, including their surface treatment - describe the application, benefit and use of the tools used in modern design processes - name and describe the methods of production planning and control - assess the production processes and the products in an ecological context.

Manufacturing Technology

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5FETIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to design and calculate production plants for wood products.

Superior module:

Economics: Production Management

Module description:

The students are able to: - take the relevant settings in production management decisions into account and evaluate their importance - evaluate conflicting objectives and solution strategies in production companies - name the manufacturing processes of wood products and components, including their surface treatment - describe the application, benefit and use of the tools used in modern design processes - name and describe the methods of production planning and control - assess the production processes and the products in an ecological context.

Communication & Professionalisation 5 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 5)

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - acquire specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - evaluate and comment on the contents of their professionalisation path in the context of their studies - present and argue their independently compiled professionalisation portfolio in front of a commission of peers and coaches - develop and apply methods of self-monitoring - accept feedback from coaches and peers and to incorporate the feedback into their learning process - give feedback to peers.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 5 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - maintain an appropriate academic feedback culture.

Communication & Professionalisation 5.2 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Communication and Intercultural Competences - Portfolio (part 3.1)

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5WKOUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to - actively follow courses, projects, events where the working language is English - work in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate about or with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - select and acquire specialist content for their own professionalisation path, even if the working language is English - accept and give feedback as part of an academic feedback culture.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 5.2 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - maintain an appropriate academic feedback culture.

Communication & Professionalisation 5 - Portfolio

Professionalisation Portfolio (part 5)

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5PRPUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to: - acquire specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - evaluate and comment on the contents of their professionalisation path in the context of their studies - present and argue their independently compiled professionalisation portfolio in front of a commission of peers and coaches - develop and apply methods of self-monitoring - accept feedback from coaches and peers and to incorporate the feedback into their learning process - give feedback to peers.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 5 - Portfolio

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - maintain an appropriate academic feedback culture.

Communication & Professionalisation 5.2 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Communication and Intercultural Competences - Portfolio (part 3.1)

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5WKOUE
Type UB
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

After completion of the course, the students are able to - actively follow courses, projects, events where the working language is English - work in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate about or with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - select and acquire specialist content for their own professionalisation path, even if the working language is English - accept and give feedback as part of an academic feedback culture.

Superior module:

Communication & Professionalisation 5.2 - Communication and Intercultural Competences

Module description:

After completion of the module, the students are able to: - actively follow courses, projects and events in which the working language is English - develop specialist knowledge independently, even if the working language is English - act in interdisciplinary and multilingual teams - communicate with representatives of other cultures without falling into prejudices and clichés - communicate appropriately in different public and interpersonal situations - maintain an appropriate academic feedback culture.

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3

CIM - Industry 4.0 Basics

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5TCIVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the concept of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, and present and apply the essential elements - trace the creation and collection of data from planning to production and to represent it in production processes in accordance with the Internet of Things and the principles of Industry 4.0.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3

Module description:

The students acquire in-depth knowledge of the surface treatment of wood and engineered wood. The requirements of the control and improvement of industrial processes in companies are dealt with in the lectures of Industrial Information Technology, Control Engineering as well as Logistics and CIM.

Control Engineering

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5TSRVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - read a circuit plan and identify the main consumers based on the performance data - describe the function of electronic sensors, determine their measurement errors and perform calibration - represent a switching logic using function blocks and truth table and to characterize a sensor signal.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3

Module description:

The students acquire in-depth knowledge of the surface treatment of wood and engineered wood. The requirements of the control and improvement of industrial processes in companies are dealt with in the lectures of Industrial Information Technology, Control Engineering as well as Logistics and CIM.

Industrial Information Technology

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5SIIIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - name the essential components of industrial information technologies and compare their characteristics - select the basics of information technologies in the timber industry based on the specific requirements and to describe the requirements for the interfaces.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3

Module description:

The students acquire in-depth knowledge of the surface treatment of wood and engineered wood. The requirements of the control and improvement of industrial processes in companies are dealt with in the lectures of Industrial Information Technology, Control Engineering as well as Logistics and CIM.

Logistics

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5TLOIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the tasks of logistics in a company and optimise individual processes using examples - understand the different types of warehouses in the company and to analyse warehouse planning using suitable methods - characterize companies on the basis of sales forecast and production process models and carry out simulation calculations for production planning.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3

Module description:

The students acquire in-depth knowledge of the surface treatment of wood and engineered wood. The requirements of the control and improvement of industrial processes in companies are dealt with in the lectures of Industrial Information Technology, Control Engineering as well as Logistics and CIM.

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3 / Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Furniture and Component Testing

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5SMTVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to recognise the importance of furniture and parts testing as a fixed component of R&D or as a task of technical product management and to anchor it in product development in a targeted manner.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3 / Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Module description:

The students acquire in-depth knowledge of the surface treatment of wood and engineered wood. The requirements of the control and improvement of industrial processes in companies are dealt with in the lectures of Industrial Information Technology, Control Engineering as well as Logistics and CIM. The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of furniture and interior design by expanding their knowledge of the design and construction principles. The focus of "Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3" is on the imparting of economic principles and the quality of realisation in the context of the task (in terms of construction, surface quality and staging).

Surfaces Technology 2

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5SOAVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to assess the wide range of possible applications in surface technology in a differentiated way and to represent them conceptually in projects and application scenarios using examples.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 3 / Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Module description:

The students acquire in-depth knowledge of the surface treatment of wood and engineered wood. The requirements of the control and improvement of industrial processes in companies are dealt with in the lectures of Industrial Information Technology, Control Engineering as well as Logistics and CIM. The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of furniture and interior design by expanding their knowledge of the design and construction principles. The focus of "Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3" is on the imparting of economic principles and the quality of realisation in the context of the task (in terms of construction, surface quality and staging).

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Experimental Furniture Construction/Workshop

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5MEXIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - stimulate creative interventions from different perspectives and to illuminate them from different perspectives - discuss specific design decisions in intercultural teams and to develop common solutions.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of furniture and interior design by expanding their knowledge of the design and construction principles. The focus of "Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3" is on the imparting of economic principles and the quality of realisation in the context of the task (in terms of construction, surface quality and staging).

FEM-Simulation and Rapid Prototyping

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5MFEIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can describe the principles of furniture statics and use FEM software for simulation. They can name the different possibilities of rapid prototyping and evaluate their advantages and disadvantages in connection with the development of furniture. They are able to apply selected methods of rapid prototyping in practice.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of furniture and interior design by expanding their knowledge of the design and construction principles. The focus of "Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3" is on the imparting of economic principles and the quality of realisation in the context of the task (in terms of construction, surface quality and staging).

Staging in Space

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5MIRIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the correlations between real and virtual represented spaces with regard to design, effect and functionality and use them in a targeted manner. - describe the application of the principles of staging using tangible examples and reinterpret them for similar questions.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of furniture and interior design by expanding their knowledge of the design and construction principles. The focus of "Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3" is on the imparting of economic principles and the quality of realisation in the context of the task (in terms of construction, surface quality and staging).

Main option: Timber Constructions / Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Technical Interior Work

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5STIIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - describe the essential building physics criteria for a standard-compliant implementation of technical interior fittings and explain selected examples - prepare the procedure for creating a tender based on a bill of quantities and technical specifications.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions / Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation. The students grasp the interaction of various subject areas in the overall complex of furniture and interior design by expanding their knowledge of the design and construction principles. The focus of "Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 3" is on the imparting of economic principles and the quality of realisation in the context of the task (in terms of construction, surface quality and staging).

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Construction - Wood Protection

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BKHVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain the requirements for structural wood preservation and the distinction to chemical wood preservation. They have the ability to evaluate building elements, components and detailed solutions with regard to the potential hazards and to find appropriate design variants or adaptations of existing solutions to improve wood preservation.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Construction Implementation - Costs

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BBKVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain Önorm B2016 "Pricing of construction services" and a standard structure of costing (calculation), which includes the following areas: Direct service costs (wages, material, equipment); Construction site overheads; Business overheads; Other overheads; Building interest rates; Risk; Profit. They can create, maintain and extend a project plan, as well as identify and document deviations.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Construction Physics 3

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BBPIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to simulate and calculate the areas of thermal insulation, moisture proofing and sound insulation more specifically, partly by using software packages.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Fire Prevention 2

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BBSVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain the OIB Guideline 2, the guidelines and the OIB Guidelines 2.1, 2.1 and 2.3 and apply them to the planning and construction of buildings and construction projects.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Heating - Ventilation - Air Conditioning - Sanitary

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BHKIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can explain the basics of building service technology and technical facilities and can estimate and evaluate their use for projects.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Planning and Building Regulations

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BREVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can apply the building law and the relevant guidelines for the planning and realisation of buildings. They can name the relevant basics of construction contract law, such as evidence, obligation to check and warn, warranty.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Wood Construction - Detailed Plans

Semester 5
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB5BHDIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1.5
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

Using the example of a real project, students can plan and represent the critical structures and details, taking into account fire protection in timber construction, including connections and building service technology installations.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 3

Module description:

The students grasp the interaction of different subject areas in the overall complex of building by expanding their knowledge of constructive and building physics basics, legal principles and basics of realisation.

Course titleSWSECTSTYPE

Bachelor Examination

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6APGIT
Type BP
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 0
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

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Superior module:

Bachelor Thesis 2

Module description:

In the course of the bachelor's thesis, the general professional skills acquired during the course of study, the in-depth professional skills and the scientific skills of the course of study are combined and used to solve a practical, applied scientific problem. The students gain the competence to combine their knowledge in the form of a scientific thesis and to document it in a technically and structurally correct way. In the course of the final examination, the specific technical competencies as well as the competencies adjacent to the respective specialist area are presented and discussed in the form of a committee-based examination.

Environmental Management

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6UMAVO
Type VO
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to describe the implementation of corporate environmental management.

Superior module:

Economics: Special Management Techniques

Module description:

The students are able to carry out a holistic assessment of the environmental relevance of production processes and products of the timber industry and construction. They can explain and evaluate principles of sustainability and central aspects of quality and environmental management in the wood industry. Optionally the students can take exams in order to become certified environmental officers or / and quality management representatives.

Quality Management

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6QMAIL
Type IL
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction German
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 3
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name the methods and processes of QM and can apply them practically in the operational environment.

Superior module:

Economics: Special Management Techniques

Module description:

The students are able to carry out a holistic assessment of the environmental relevance of production processes and products of the timber industry and construction. They can explain and evaluate principles of sustainability and central aspects of quality and environmental management in the wood industry. Optionally the students can take exams in order to become certified environmental officers or / and quality management representatives.

Seminar for Preparation of Second Bachelor Thesis

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6BUBSE
Type SE
Kind Bachelor thesis
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 7
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to write a scientific paper in the respective specialisation on a specific question. All essential contents of a scientific paper are worked out independently and the question is answered in a professional manner.

Superior module:

Bachelor Thesis 2

Module description:

In the course of the bachelor's thesis, the general professional skills acquired during the course of study, the in-depth professional skills and the scientific skills of the course of study are combined and used to solve a practical, applied scientific problem. The students gain the competence to combine their knowledge in the form of a scientific thesis and to document it in a technically and structurally correct way. In the course of the final examination, the specific technical competencies as well as the competencies adjacent to the respective specialist area are presented and discussed in the form of a committee-based examination.

Study Trip

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6FEXEX
Type EX
Kind Compulsory
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - classify and expand their existing expertise in the context of current developments in the respective industry - discuss current topics of production, design, construction and research with experts in companies and research institutions and to acquire new knowledge independently in discourse.

Superior module:

Professionalisation - Study Trip

Module description:

In the course of "Individual professionalisation", specific, current content from the respective areas of specialisation is imparted.

Main option: Forest Products Technology 4

CIM - Industry 4.0 (part 2)

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6TCIVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to apply the methods and ways of thinking of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) in the sense of Industry 4.0 on the basis of specific tasks.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 4

Module description:

The students have developed a thorough understanding of the application and use of the most important tools that are used in modern design processes. They recognize the importance of data flow through the entire production process in order to be able to take advantage of the CIM technologies. In a specialisation project, the students work on a specific task, e.g. in the form of a production planning including socio-economic, ecological and qualitative aspects.

Specialisation Project

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6TSPPT
Type PT
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 8
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to independently handle a business or research project in wood technology and/or the wood industry and to document it in such a way that a scientific paper can be created.

Superior module:

Main option: Forest Products Technology 4

Module description:

The students have developed a thorough understanding of the application and use of the most important tools that are used in modern design processes. They recognize the importance of data flow through the entire production process in order to be able to take advantage of the CIM technologies. In a specialisation project, the students work on a specific task, e.g. in the form of a production planning including socio-economic, ecological and qualitative aspects.

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 4

Costs and Calculations for Furniture

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6MAMVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - carry out interior design planning based on given framework conditions such as interior and furniture and technical specifications and, in particular, to calculate economically - prepare offers for specific tenders based on the assessment of material costs, workload and other operating costs - determine prices for furniture depending on quantity and sales strategy and to calculate variations.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 4

Module description:

The students work on specific project tasks including socio-economic, ecological and qualitative aspects. Backed by the Seminar for Preparation of Second Bachelor Thesis and by composing their final Bachelor Thesis, the students prove their ability to work independently on a scientific topic.

Specialisation Project

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6MSPPT
Type PT
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 8
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to: - select and apply the methods and strategies used to find solutions according to scientific criteria on the basis of a concrete planning task in furniture construction or interior design - document project results completely and logically conclusive and to prepare them for scientific evaluation and presentation.

Superior module:

Main option: Furniture Design and Interior Architecture 4

Module description:

The students work on specific project tasks including socio-economic, ecological and qualitative aspects. Backed by the Seminar for Preparation of Second Bachelor Thesis and by composing their final Bachelor Thesis, the students prove their ability to work independently on a scientific topic.

Main option: Timber Constructions 4

Passivhaus Seminar

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6BPHVO
Type VO
Kind Elective
Language of instruction German
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 1
Examination character final

Learning Outcomes:

The students can name the requirements for a passive house and can plan and realise such a house. They are able to work with the Passive House project planning package of the Passive House Institute of Dr. Feist.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 4

Module description:

The specialisation project serves to implement the knowledge gained in the lectures. In this project, the students show that they are able to apply the acquired knowledge to a practical question and that they can work on a larger project in an accurate, timely and comprehensive manner. They recognize planning errors and can plan refurbishments and repair measures. The students work on the specific task taking into account socio-economic, ecological and qualitative aspects. In the Passive House seminar, the students acquire sound basic training in the constructive realisation of Passive House projects. They know the correlations between the passive house components and are able to create an energy balance. Backed by the Seminar for Preparation of Second Bachelor Thesis and by composing their final Bachelor Thesis, the students demonstrate their ability to work independently on a scientific topic.

Specialisation Project

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6BSPPT
Type PT
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 8
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are able to independently handle a business or research project in wood technology and/or the wood industry and to document it in such a way that a scientific paper can be created.

Superior module:

Main option: Timber Constructions 4

Module description:

The specialisation project serves to implement the knowledge gained in the lectures. In this project, the students show that they are able to apply the acquired knowledge to a practical question and that they can work on a larger project in an accurate, timely and comprehensive manner. They recognize planning errors and can plan refurbishments and repair measures. The students work on the specific task taking into account socio-economic, ecological and qualitative aspects. In the Passive House seminar, the students acquire sound basic training in the constructive realisation of Passive House projects. They know the correlations between the passive house components and are able to create an energy balance. Backed by the Seminar for Preparation of Second Bachelor Thesis and by composing their final Bachelor Thesis, the students demonstrate their ability to work independently on a scientific topic.

Professionalisation - Options

Elective Subject

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6WPFIL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 2
ECTS Credits 4
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are encouraged by the elective subjects to study very specific or related subjects. They are thus able to formulate questions from different fields of knowledge outside the core area of "forest products technology", "timber construction" and "furniture design and interior architecture" and to integrate them into their existing competences.

Superior module:

Professionalisation - Options

Module description:

In the course of "Individual professionalisation", specific, current content from the respective areas of specialisation is imparted.

Professionalisation - Options 1

Elective Subject 1

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6WP1IL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are encouraged by the elective subjects to study very specific or related subjects. They are thus able to formulate questions from different fields of knowledge outside the core area of "forest products technology", "timber construction" and "furniture design and interior architecture" and to integrate them into their existing competences.

Superior module:

Professionalisation - Options 1

Module description:

In the course of "Individual professionalisation", specific, current content from the respective areas of specialisation is imparted.

Elective Subject 2

Semester 6
Academic year 3
Course code HTBB6WP2IL
Type IL
Kind Elective
Language of instruction English
SWS 1
ECTS Credits 2
Examination character immanent

Learning Outcomes:

The students are encouraged by the elective subjects to study very specific or related subjects. They are thus able to formulate questions from different fields of knowledge outside the core area of "forest products technology", "timber construction" and "furniture design and interior architecture" and to integrate them into their existing competences.

Superior module:

Professionalisation - Options 1

Module description:

In the course of "Individual professionalisation", specific, current content from the respective areas of specialisation is imparted.

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SemesterSemesters 1, 3, 5: courses held only in winter semester (mid-September to end of January), Semesters 2, 4, 6: courses held only in summer semester (mid-February to end of June)
SWSweekly contact hours over 14 weeks in semester (example SWS 2 equals 28 contact hours for the whole course
ECTS CreditsWork load in ECTS credits, 1 ECTS credit equals an estimated 25 hours of work for the student
INTL-CodeIndicates categories for incoming students
5: offered in English on a routine basis
4: offered in English if a specified number of incoming students attend (usually 3)
3: taught in German but support material in English, exams can also be taken in English, active support from a student buddy
2: taught in German, incoming students require sufficient German proficiency to follow class
1: not available for incomings
TypeBP = Bachelor final exam
DP/MP = Master final exam
IL = Lecture with integrated project work
IT = Individual training/phases
LB = Lab (session)
PS = Pro-seminar
PT = Project
RC = Course with integrated reflective practice
RE = Revision course
SE = Seminar
TU = Tutorial
UB = Practice session/Subject practical sessions
VO = Lecture