Theses and projects
The Bachelor's thesis is written in the sixth semester of the Bachelor program. Students are required to submit a written report and to give a oral presentation at the end of the semester. A successful thesis is awarded with 10 credit points.
The Master program concludes with a Master thesis to be written in the last semester over a period of 16 weeks. A written report must be provided and the students must present their thesis in an oral presentation. The successful completion of the master thesis is awarded with 24 credit points.
A list of open topics for Bachelor and Master theses can be found here.
In the third semester of the Master program, students must complete an interdisciplinary project. The project work is usually done during one semester. A project list with participation of the chair for Mathematical and Physical Geodesy can be found here. Successful completion is awarded with 12 credit points and is a requirement to be admitted to the Master thesis.