Courses and Modules

In TUMonline, TUM's campus management system, you can find out about the courses offered at your school or department, register for and deregister from courses, or organize your schedule.

Courses

Please note: Registering for courses is only possible after the start of the respective semester and after you have been completely enrolled

Information about individual courses can be found in the in TUMonline

  • All courses for a particular school can be found by clicking on the respective academic department on the homepage of the TUMonline portal and then by following the "Course" link.
  • You can search for a particular module description via the "Search for Course" link.
  • To find the courses for your program, use the "Program Status/Program Plan" application (login required).

Detailed information about how you can display and register for the course offerings is available in the TUMonline Handbook for Students.

Tutorial: Application “Courses” in TUMonline

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Modules

Modules are the building blocks of the bachelor's and master's programs. A module consists of one or more courses with aligned content and schedules. The module description provides information on how the content of the module is structured. Module descriptions can be found in TUMonline   

  • All module descriptions for a particular school can be found by clicking on the respective academic department on the homepage of the TUMonline portal and then by following the "Module Handbook" link.
  • You can search for a particular module description via the "Search for Module Handbook" link.
  • To find the module description for your course of study, use the "Program Status/Program Plan" application (login required).

You will find detailed information on how to access the module descriptions in the TUMonline Handbook for Students.

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