The degree programs currently in use are not etched in stone; rather, they are continually being revised and adapted for reasons such as curriculum updates, improvements to degree program design and studiability, requests from students, and various additional external requirements.
Before you begin making changes to a degree program (e.g., by adapting or exchanging modules), please be sure to notify the person in charge of degree program administration at your school or college. The legal division of the TUM Study and Teaching Unit will advise you on updating your Program-Specific Academic and Examination Regulations (FPSOs) and assist you in preparing for the administrative board review.
Questions about inputting degree program information in TUMonline – in particular when your program’s academic and examination regulations diverge from the sample FPSO – should be directed as early as possible to a staff member of the Process Management and Statistics office of the Student Service Center.
In many cases, program modifications must be recorded in the Program-Specific Academic and Examination Regulations (FPSOs) and documented by means of modification statutes. These statutes, unless exceptionally complicated, are generally reviewed at TUM Senate meetings.