CD Module 2710

Module code


Module title

Bachelor Thesis in Communication Design


Communication Design

Module type


Module form

Studio (coupled with Module 2720, Project Planning 2) and independent studies

Duration of module

1 semester

Offered in

Winter and summer semesters

Studio workload

0 hours

Self-directed workload

660 hours

ECTS credit points


Module leader

Prof. Ralf Dringenberg

Email address

e-mail address

Learning outcomes

After completing this module successfully you will be capable of carrying out complex design projects. You will be capable of defining and structuring problem statements, carrying out research, creating concepts and planning for the design and content. You will have extensive specialist and methodical competence and from these will have developed a scientifically justified design project. You will be capable of compiling a comprehensive documentation, making a public presentation, and defending your work in a discussion.

Module content

Tutoring for an academic degree thesis, networking knowledge gained so far during the course of studies, and didactic structuring of a professional thesis presentation.

Module teaching units

Bachelor Project (0 contact hours)
Bachelor Documentation (0 contact hours)
Presentation (0 contact hours)
Discussion (0 contact hours)

Module tutors

All members of teaching staff, as appropriate for the theme chosen


180 ECTS credits; certified completion of all modules required during the first six semesters.

Teaching and learning methods

Self-directed project work


Results of Bachelor project, documentation, presentation, discussion. The Bachelor Thesis can be completed as a group project provided that individual contributions can be reliably assessed.

Teaching language

German, English

Recommended literature

Design und Architektur: Studium und Beruf: Fakten, Positionen, Perspektiven. Hrsg. Internationales Forum für Gestaltung Ulm. Berlin: Birkhäuser 2004

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