Bachelor's examinations

Written examinations

Real Estate Management and Construction Economics (Mandatory area WIBI, 4 CP)

Introduction to Projectmanagement (Elective area, 3 CP)

The examinations Real Estate Management and Construction Economics and Introduction to Projectmanagement are offered as individual examinations for WI students as part of the 2020 examination regulations and for students from other departments. In addition, the examinations for WI-BIs are offered as module examinations (8 CP) as part of the 2013 examination regulations.

Examination dates

Exam Date Begin Duration Location Supervisor
Real Estate Management and Construction Economics
(Study Regulations 2020)
2024/04/02 13:00 – 15:30 90 min S101|A01,
Introduction to Projectmanagement
(Study Regulations 2020)
2024/02/22 13:00 – 15:30 90 min S101|A01 Bachtal

Information on expiring module and examination offers B.Sc. WINF PO 2011 / B.Sc WI PO 2013

At the end of the summer semester 2022, the last starting cohort of winter semester 19/20 reached the standard study period (6 semesters) of the Bachelor's degree program in the examination regulations WINF PO 2011 and WI PO 2013.

Please note for your study planning that our department's examination offer for the modules Real Estate Management, Construction Economics, and Project Management has expired.

If the module still needs to be completed with the last examination offer, you can continue your studies in the PO 2020, provided you are still entitled to take examinations. Information on the change can be found here:

If you have any questions, please contact the study office.

Examination Material

The lectures are examined based on the course content presented in the outline and the associated lecture slides. It should be noted that lecture notes guide the material covered but cannot replace attendance at the lecture or self-study. Material not covered in the courses must be studied independently using the lecture slides and, if necessary, the accompanying lecture materials.

The last lectures read, and their entire outline are always relevant for the examination.

If you have any questions about the lectures, please contact the lecturer supervisor during the lecture period.