Special Courses in Physics
For your Master's program in physics you have to pass 30 CP (ECTS) in special courses. 20 CP of these have to be assigned to your Master's program (specific catalog), the other 10 CP should be chosen from the complementary offer. If you would like to deviate from this rule (if you would like to take less than 10 CP from the complementary offer), this needs to be confirmed by your mentor (by signature on the mentoring form).
The table below lists by default only modules offered in current semester (i.e. WS 2016/7). You can use the search feature to look for modules from other semesters.
In the specific catalog all special courses are thematically assigned to the Master's programs. The assignment is not unique, in many cases a special course is assigned to more than one Master's program. To be specific to the orientation of the chosen Master's program, you have to take special courses in an amount of 20 CP from the specific catalog of your Master's program.
To secure the breadth of education, which represents a physics degree, you shall choose 10 CP from the complementary courses to your Master's program. A deviation from this rule is allowed when the breadth of education is still met. Thus, it is not excluded that also in the complementary part courses from the specific catalog could be taken. But in this case, you have to discuss your choice with your (mentor).
Exams for all special courses out of the specific catalog have to be registered in TUMonline like a assigned course, no matter if they should be counted as an assigned or a complementary one.