Navigation

Examinations and Assignments

Examination Dates and Regulations for the Winter Semester 2020

Please note that changes may occur to the current information below. 

 

 

Supervisor/Module

Examination Form Date
M1: Prof. Dr. Dominik Müller

Introduction to Anthropology: Choice and Rationality

 

  Oral Examination 

Co-Examinor: JProf. Stephanie Homola.

 

03.02.2020

Students will be assigned to time slots for examination.

M1: JProf. Dr. Stephanie Homola 

Decision-Making Across Cultures

 

Oral Examination

Co-Examinor: Prof. Dr. Dominik Müller

 

 

05.02.2020

  Students will be assigned to time slots for examination.

 

 

M3: JProf. Stephanie Homola

IKGF Project Work

 

Written Assignment  

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

 

 

M3: Prof. Dr. Robert LaFleur

The Emperor’s Teacher: Decision-Making in the World’s Greatest Empire

 

Written Assignment

Deadline: 31.03.2020

Re-examination Deadline (new topic necessary): 31.05.2020

 

M3: Dr. Martina Gottwald-Belinic 

Economic Transition in China

 

Written Assignment

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

 

M3: Prof. Dr. Philipp Balsiger

Comparative Philosophy

Written Assignment

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

 

M3: Prof. Dr. Philipp Balsiger

Western Concepts of Modernity

 

 

Written Assignment

 

 

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

 

M5: Sven Grundmann, M.A.

Political Science I: Prescriptive Models of Political Decision-Making

 

 

Written Assignment

 

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

Re-examinatiion deadline (new topic necessary): 31.05.2020

 

M5: Anna Schneider, M.A.

Sociology I: Introduction to Cultural Sociology

 

 

Written Assignment

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

Re-examination deadline (new topic necessary): 31.05.2020

 

M5: Prof. Dr. Philipp Balsiger

Philosophy I: Cultural Philosophy

 

 

Written Assignment

 

Deadline: 31.03.2020

 

M5: Dr. Martina Gottwald-Belinic

Economics 1: Decision-Making in Managerial Economics


 

Written Assignment

Deadline: 31.03.2020

 

Written Assignments (“Hausarbeiten”) need to follow certain academic standards. Please consult the following document before you start composing your paper, and follow the instructions with respect to each class subject. Please refer to your supervisor for any specific requirements.