Department of Educational Sciences

Teaching (subfield of study: corporate education)

Please always refer to the RPTU student information portal (KLIPS) for current courses:

Klips RPTU

 

Informations on Learning Ressources as well as the Student Council is available at the bottom of the page

 

Please take note that most of our courses are only offered in German. We encourage you to take a look around regardless, however, be aware that you will most likely be required to be able to communicate in German to attend these courses.

Futhermore, for ease of writing, the working fields Corporate Education and Human Resources Development are shortened to CE/HRD in many of the course names.

Modules (Bachelor):

Course 1.1: Basics of CE/HRD(Lecture, 2 CR)
Course 1.2: Basics of CE/HRD(Seminar, 2 CR) 
Course 1.3: Function and aims of CE/HRD(Seminar, 2 CR) 
Course 1.4: Theories of CE/HRD(Lecture/Seminar, 2 CR)

 

Course 2.1: Human Resources Development/organizational development (Seminar, 2 CR)
Course 2.2: Management development (Seminar, 2 CR) 
Course 2.3: International and interdisciplinary studies (Seminar, 2 CR)
Course 2.4: Quality and knowledge management (Seminar, 2 CR) 

 

  • Module examination after completion of all courses of modules 1 and 2
  • 20-minute oral exam (Team Petersen or Team Götz)
  • All contents or focal points of modules 1 and 2 will be examined (all LPs will only be awarded after the examination).
  • Performance in the courses is not graded; feedback is possible; also non-acceptance with the possibility of "rework"; 1 or 2 CR as course credit for presentation and paper (8-10 pages = 1 CR; 12-15 pages = 2 CR)
  • Compulsory attendance in seminars; compulsory attendance in lectures (not monitored).

Course 3.1: Personnel selection, assessment, marketing (Seminar, 2 CR)
Course 3.2: Personnel consulting(Seminar, 2 CR) 
Course 3.3: In-company training and further education (Seminar, 2 CR) 

 

  • Module examination in the form of a term paper (deadline: 6 weeks) (Team Petersen or Team Götz)
  • All LP are awarded with the completion of the term paper, if it meets the requirements.
  • Performance in the courses is not graded; feedback is possible; also non-acceptance with the possibility of "rework"; 1 or 2 CRas course credit for presentation and paper (8-10 pages = 1 LP; 12-15 pages = 2 CR)
  • Compulsory attendance in seminars; compulsory attendance in lectures (not monitored).

 

Notes on the writing of scientific papers (in this case: written papers for the module 3) [German]

Didactics and Research

Course 4.1: Didactics and methods (Lecture, 2 CR)
Course 4.2: Educational management (Seminar, 2 CR) 
Course 4.3: Research methodology(Seminar, 2 CR)

  • Module examination after completion of all courses of the module
  • 2-hour written exam (Team Petersen or Team Götz)
  • All contents of the module will be examined (all CR will be awarded only after the examination).
  • Performance in the courses is not graded (feedback is possible; also non-acceptance with the possibility of "rework"; 1 or 2 CR as course credit for presentation and paper (8-10 pages = 1 CR; 12-15 pages = 2 CR)
  • Compulsory attendance in seminars; compulsory attendance in lectures (not monitored).

Modules (master):

Course 1.1: Theories of Industrial Education/Human Resources Development (Lecture, 2 CR)

Course 1.2 Theories of Leadership (Lecture, 2 CR)

Course 1.3: Management skills (Seminar, 2 CR)

  • Module examination after completion of all courses of modules 1 and 2
  • 30-minute oral examination (Mr. Petersen)
  • All contents or focal points of modules 1 and 2 will be examined (all CR will only be awarded after the examination).
  • Performance in the courses is not graded; feedback is possible; also non-acceptance with the possibility of "rework"; 1 or 2 CR as course credit for presentation and paper (8-10 pages = 1 CR; 12-15 pages = 2 CR)
  • Compulsory attendance in seminars; compulsory attendance in lectures (not monitored).

Course 2.1: Economic and corporate ethics (Seminar, 2 CR)

Course 2.2: Human resources, labor and education policy (with self. explorations) (Seminar, 2 CR)

Course 2.3: Organizational theories, culture, change and consulting (Seminar, 2 CR)

  • Module examination after completion of all courses of modules 1 and 2
  • 30-minute oral exam (Mr. Petersen)
  • All contents and focal points of modules 1 and 2 will be examined (all CR will be awarded after the examination).
  • Performance in the lectures will not be graded; feedback is possible; also non-acceptance with the possibility to "improve"; 1 or 2 CR as study achievement for presentation and elaboration (8-10 pages = 1 LP; 12-15 pages = 2 CR)
  • Compulsory attendance in seminars; compulsory attendance in lectures (not controlled)

Course 3.1: Research fields and research methodology (incl. didactics and methodology) (seminar, 2 CR)

Course 3.2: Human Resources, organizational and management development (with projects) (Seminar, 2 CR)

  • Module examination in the form of a term paper (Mr. Petersen)
  • All CR are awarded with the assessed term paper as long as it meets the requirements.
  • Performance in the lectures is not graded; feedback is possible; also non-acceptance with possibility for "rework"; 1 or 2 CR as course credit for presentation and paper (8-10 pages = 1 LP; 12-15 pages = 2 CR)
  • Compulsory attendance in seminars; compulsory attendance in lectures (not controlled)

Course 4.1: Constitutive decisions (Seminar, 2 CR)

Course 4.2: Operational Functions (Seminar, 2 CR)

  • Module 4: 2 CR exam preparation
  • Module examination after taking all courses of the module
  • 60-90 minute written exam 
  • All contents of the module will be examined (all CR will be awarded after the examination).

Course 5.1: Human Resource Management (Seminar, 2 CR)

Course 5.2: Management (Seminar, 2 CR)

  • Module 5: 2 CR exam preparation
  • Module examination after taking all courses of the module
  • 60-90 minute written exam 
  • All contents of the module will be examined (all CR will be awarded after the examination).

Department 5: Partial Study Program - Special Needs Education

Course 4.1: Theories of Industrial Education/Personnel Development (Lecture, 2 CR)

Course 4.2: Theories of Leadership (Lecture, 2 CR)

Course 4.3: Peer Learning + Portfolio (Tutorial, 1 CR)

  • Module 4: 1 CR exam preparation
  • Module examination after taking all courses of module 4
  • 20-minute oral exam (random assignment among the lecturers authorized to conduct the exam)
  • All contents and focal points of Module 4 will be examined.

FB 5 Partial Study Program - Social Pedagogy

Course 2.1: Theories of Industrial Education/Human Resources Development (Lecture, 2 CR)

Course 2.2: Theories of Leadership (Lecture, 2 CR)

Course 4.3: Peer Learning + Portfolio (Tutorial, 2 CR)

  • Module 2: 2 CR coursework, 2 CR exam preparation
  • Module examination after taking all courses of module 2
  • 20-minute oral examination (random assignment among the lecturers authorized to conduct the examination).
  • All contents and focal points of Module 2 will be examined.

Learning Ressources (Papers, Downloads, Handouts etc.):

Within the framework of the courses, you'll have the option to access numerous study materials.

In addition to handouts and study letters, it is also possible to access the learning resource OLAT (Online Learning and Training, an open-source learning management system), to download and upload content, watch podcast sequences, discuss in forums as well as accessing or participating in various other study tools. In the respective courses you will receive the access codes in order to be able to enroll in the learning resources. 
Link to OLAT

In order to follow the registration and enrollment process required for OLAT you can use the following assistance (film and manual):

Student's student council for industrial education in Landau:

U-F-O
Business - Leadership - Organization

[Unternehmen – Führung – Organisation]
E-Mail: info(at)ufo-landau.de
http://www.ufo-landau.de

 

 

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