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Amendments TER 2008-2009

TER Bachelor’s Degree Programmes FEB, amendments with regard to:
-Article 5.1
-Article 5.2
-Article 5.6

-Appendix 2.5

TER Master’s Degree Programmes FEB, amendments with regard to:
-Appendix 2.6

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Bachelor

Article 5.1 should read:


Article 5.1 Compulsory Order of Examinations

  1. The final assessment of the Bachelor’s degree programme or its post-propaedeutic modules may not occur before the student has passed the relevant propaedeutic examination or has been awarded an exemption therefrom .
  2. Students who are enrolled in the second year of the degree programme and have not yet passed the propaedeutic examination may sit examinations for modules from the first year of the post-propaedeutic study programme under the following conditions:
    - before starting the relevant post-propaedeutic module or practical, students must have earned at least 45 ECTS credits (including any exemptions) in the propaedeutic study programme
    - when determining the number of credits, the results of parts of examinations (tests, partial exams and projects) do not count.
  3. A student who is enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree programme for the second year and has earned at least 30 EC but less than 45 EC in the propaedeutic study programme will be admitted to modules of the second year of the programme - the post-propaedeutic phase - under the condition that the student has obtained approval of the Board of Examiners for his year programme. This year programme includes at least all modules of the propaedeutic phase that have not been passed, the number of credits in a half semester does not exceed 15 EC and the amount of post-propaedeutic modules does not exceed 30 EC.
  4. An conditional admission to modules of the second year by part 2 or 3 expires
    - as soon as the student passes his propaedeutic examination; the student is admitted to the post-propaedeutic phase according to part 1 of this article.
    - At the end of the second year of enrollment if the student has not passed his propaedeutic exam .
  5. Students who are enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree programme for the second year and have earned less than 30 EC of the propaedeutic programme, are not admitted to post-propaedeutic modules of the second year of the Bachelor’s degree programme .
  6. Students who have been enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree programme for more than two academic years and have not yet passed the propaedeutic examination may not take post-propaedeutic modules and practicals.
  7. Students are not allowed to follow modules from the second year of the post-propaedeutic study programme before they have passed the propaedeutic examination.
  8. Students of the Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies may participate in the post-propaedeutic Business Studies Management Game if they have passed the propaedeutic exam and gained 40 ECTS credits from modules in the first post-propaedeutic year at least four weeks before the Game starts.
  9. Before a lecturer will be appointed to supervise the Bachelor’s thesis of any of the degree programmes, the student must have passed the propaedeutic exam and earned at least 60 ECTS credits from the post-propaedeutic phase of the Bachelor’s degree. The Bachelor’s degree programme in Technology Management has the additional requirement that the modules Production Organization and Control (BKB050A05), Labour Organization and Task Design (BKB001A05), Production Planning and Control (BKB051A05) and Management & Organization System Design (BKB042A05) must have been completed.
  10. Supervision and grading of the Research Paper for Pre-MSc in the Pre-MSc programmes for the MSc BA, MSc HRM and MSc IB&M will only be granted if the courses Mathematics for Pre-MSc (EBS002A05) and Business Research Methods for Pre-MSc (EBS001A10) have been passed with a sufficient result, i.e. a grade of 6 or higher. Supervision and grading of the Research Paper for Pre-MSc in the Pre-MSc programme for the MSc IE&B will only be granted if the courses Mathematics for Pre-MSc (EBS002A05), Statistics for IE&B/Economics (EWB074A03) and Quantitative Research Methods for Pre-MSc IE&B (EWB135A08) have been passed with a sufficient result, i.e. a grade of 6 or higher.
  11. The provisions of Article 5.1.1-9 apply by analogy to students who want to transfer to the post-propaedeutic phase after gaining a propaedeutic certificate from a different Bachelor's degree programme.
  12. At the request of the examinee, the Board of Examiners may in certain circumstances depart from these provisions and permit admission to modules in the post-propaedeutic phase.

Article 5.2 should read:


Article 5.2 Examination Frequency and Periods

  1. Examinations and partial examinations may be taken at least twice per academic year.
  2. Students may sit an examination for a module that is no longer part of the curriculum at least twice in the year after it has been removed from the curriculum.
  3. The examination periods will be announced in the study guide.
  4. At a student’s written request, the Board of Examiners may decide to deviate from the preceding subsections of this article if this serves the student’s interests.
Article 5.6 should read:


Article 5.6 Validity

  1. Examinations that have been passed remain valid indefinitely.
  2. Contrary to the provisions of Article 5.6.1, the Board of Examiners may decide to require a student to take a supplementary or substitute examination for a module taken more than six years previously before allowing that student to progress to the final assessment.

Appendix 2.5 (Economics Post-Propaedeutic Phase), t he core programme of the 3rd year should read:

course title

code

EC

Economic History (bachelor)

EWB015A05

5

International Economics III for Econ.

EWB035A05

5

Microeconomics III

EWB052A05

5

Macroeconomics III

EWB042A05

5

Spatial Economics (BSc)

EWB071A05

5

History of Economic Thought

EWB134A05

5

Bachelor’s Thesis Economics

EWB108A10

10

Spec. Course Financial Intermediation

EWB082A10

10

or Spec. Course Political Economics

EWB086A10

10

AVV

5

electives BSc Economics

5


Master

Appendix 2.6 (MSc Business Administration, specialization Marketing):

The list of electives B Marketing Management should read:

Programme-specialization:

MSc BA - Marketing

Year:

4

electives B Marketing Management

course title

code

EC

Advanced Market Research

EWM003A10

10

Cognition, motivation and emotion

GMCSIB03

5

Experimental Design and Analyses of Variance

PSMM-4

5

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

BKM021A05

5

Market Research: Practice

EWM081A05

5

Marketing Model Building

EWM031A10

10

Product Development

BKB052A05

5

Courses not chosen from electives A

10

Appendix 2.6 (MSc Business Administration, specialization Marketing):

The list of electives Marketing Research should read:


Programme-specialization:

MSc BA - Marketing

Year:

4

electives Marketing Research

course title

code

EC

Brand Management and Communication

EWM034A10

10

Business Marketing

EWM008A05

5

Causal Inference

GMMSGE13

5

Consumer Behavior

EWM009A10

10

E-commerce

EWM013A05

5

Econometric Theory and Methods

EWM035B10

10

Experimental Design and Analyses of Variance

PSMM-4

5

Marketing Leadership

EWM099A05

5

Retail Marketing

EWM080A05

5

Services Marketing

EWM082A05

5

Test and Questionnaire Construction

GMMSGE12

5

Laatst gewijzigd:26 april 2017 10:47