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Legal and Business Aspects in Technics

The Master's degree program "Legal and Business Aspects in Technics" is comprised of various courses that students are required to attend and pass. After successful completion of all of the required courses and completion of a Master's thesis, students can submit an application to apply for degree conferral.
The complete the program in the form of individual course examinations the grade will be determined by arithmetic means (weighted according to semester hours/ECTS credits).
Apply for the diploma at the Department of Examination and Recognition Services by submitting your examination roster.

For detailed information on the program curriculum, see:

Taxation Law and Tax Management

The Master's degree program in Taxation Law and Tax Management concludes with a Master's degree examination. Students can register for the examination 3 weeks before the examination date at the Dept. of Examination and Recognition Services. Students may only take the examination once they have completed and successfully passed all required courses, submitted a Master's degree thesis, Master's degree seminar paper, and completed all autonomous credit hours.
When completing the program in the form of individual course examinations, the grade will be determined by arithmetic means (weighted according to semester hours/ECTS credits).
Apply for the diploma at the Department of Examination and Recognition Services by submitting your examination roster.

For more information on the curriculum, please see:

Conferral Certificate and Examination Certificate

Approximately 2 weeks after applying for degree conferral, your Master's degree (issued in German and English) and the Masters Examination Certificate can be picked up at the Department of Examination and Recognition Services.

Students who have completed their studies after October 1, 2009 must fill out and submit a UStat2 form (questionnaire regarding any study-related stays abroad.

UStat2 Form German only