Further develop study programmes

Shaping change together

In order to successfully develop a course of study from a didactic perspective, a holistic view is required that also includes structural, higher education policy and social aspects. The wishes, needs and demands of all parties involved need to be considered. Reasons for further development can be, for example, a change in the subject or the job description, a changed student body or competencies that are not sufficiently achieved by the students.

In close coordination and cooperation with the service department Teaching and Studies, we offer analyses to verify perceived needs for change in your degree programme or to identify new requirements. We also advise and support you in the design of the change process and the further development of the range of courses.

When designing new courses of study, the didactic perspective, i.e. the coordination of course and module objectives as well as teaching and examination methods, should also be considered from the outset.

On this page you will find concrete instruments that you can use in the further development of your curriculum. Examples from TUHH give an impression of how the theory can be implemented.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Your contact persons

Marisa Hammer
Phone: 040 42878-2334
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Katrin Billerbeck
Phone: 040 42878-4621
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What’s actually…

…didactic course development?
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Examples from the TUHH

What do my colleagues say?
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collect data

How can I identify the need for change in my study programme?
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Perspectives and offers

Who do I contact if I want to further develop my course of studies?
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Future-oriented development of MINT study programmes

How can competences be built up systematically?
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Links and literature

Where can I get further information?
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