This list of courses eligible for credit in ADILT is regularly updated and expanded.

Please familiarize yourself with each course description's requirements for acquiring ECTS credits.

Unless otherwise stated, transferable skills and cross-disciplinary courses in the ADILT programme are open to students from any field.

Generally speaking, subject-specific courses can only be completed by students in the respective study programmes. The credits for the course will then be recognized in the ADILT programme.
In some cases however, subject-specific courses are listed as open to a limited number of students from other disciplines. Please check the course description in ZEuS for the exact requirements and conditions.

It is also possible to attend individual courses without acquiring the overall certificate.
In order to obtain the ADILT certificate, you will need to submit documentation of successfully completing the corresponding courses (or selection of courses) to the ADILT coordinator.

Please note:
You must have a ZEUS account in order to register for courses!

Lecture series (compulsory)

The ADILT lecture series is open to students of all disciplines and is a compulsory part of the ADILT certificate.

The lecture series schedule for the winter semester 2021/22

Transferable skills and cross-disciplinary courses for students in any discipline

Transferable skills and cross-disciplinary courses

Block 1 ("Basics"):

Block 2 ("Application"):

Block 3 ("Reflection"):

Subject-specific courses

Chemistry

Block 2 ("Application"):

Department of History, Sociology, Sport Science and Empirical Educational Research

Block 3 ("Reflection"):

Computer and information science

Block 1 ("Basics"):

Block 2 ("Application"):

Linguistics

Block 2 ("Application"):

Block 3 ("Reflection"):

Literature, art and media

Block 2 ("Application"):

Block 3 ("Reflection"):

Mathematics and statistics

Block 1 ("Basics"):

Block 2 ("Application"):

Philosophy

Block 2 ("Application"):

Block 3 ("Reflection"):

Physik

Block 2 ("Application"):

Politics and public administration

Block 1 ("Basics"):

Block 2 ("Application"):

Psychology

All courses only available to psychology students.

Block 1 ("Basics"):

Block 2 ("Application):

Rechtswissenschaft

Block 3 (Reflexion):

Economics and mathematical finance

Block 1 ("Basics"):

  • Statistics 2, lecture, teacher: Professor Ralf Brüggemann

Block 2 ("Application"):