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Special Regulations for Bachelor Students

According to current planning, only the ABV course "Introduction to Air Pollution Control" will be held in the summer semester 2020 in the area of additional specialist qualifications. This course can only be found in the course catalogue under SPO 2019. Students of SPO2012 may not be able to register there via the campus management. However, they can still attend the course (inform the lecturer by e-mail) and have themselves recognised by the examination board. The other ABV courses from the subject-related additional qualifications "Visualization of weather and climate data", "Creating weather information in an operational environment" and "Media meteorology" are not planned for the summer semester 2020 until further notice.

However, the module "Media Meteorology" (17.09 - 23.09.2020) could take place if attendance is possible again by then. However, this decision will be made at short notice.

Within the framework of the regulations in the wake of the Corona crisis, the Presidium has published the following handling of oral Bachelor's and Master's examinations on its FAQ page (disputes are excluded from this): "If an oral part of the final thesis is provided for in the relevant study and examination regulations, these examinations are currently not taking place. In order to avoid any disadvantages, you can choose whether the oral part of the final thesis is waived or whether it should take place at a later date after resuming regular study. If you decide to waive the oral part of the final thesis, the grade for the final thesis will only be formed from the written part of the final thesis.".

The following specific regulations for the Mono-Bachelor Meteorology course are made by the examination board:

  • According to the SPO, the presentations for the presentation of the work within the framework of the Bachelor thesis are not graded. These lectures will be held in a virtual "joint seminar" at the usual date.
  • Please contact the lecturer for the grading of lectures in the context of further courses in meteorology.
  • For exams a solution is still being worked out.