The programme consists of lectures, seminars, practicals, tutorials, work placements, self-study at university and at home, writing of scientific papers, and examinations. Thematically related courses are grouped into modules. These are bridge, compulsory and elective modules. The degree programme concludes with a master's thesis, an accompanying seminar and a master's examination. Since various courses in the curriculum are taught in English, sufficient knowledge of English is required (level B2).