Academics and Organization
The Examination Regulations are the legal basis of your course of studies: they determine the scope of your studies and inform about all rules and regulations regarding admission, exams, course structure, master thesis etc. These rules are regularly updated. Please refer to the version as indicated for your year of intake.
- Students of intake 2014, 2013, 2012: CAME Examination Rules (PO 2012) 10/2014 (PDF, German)
- Students of intake 2013 in a pending examination process can refer to: CAME Examination Rules 12/2013 (PDF, German)
- Students of intake 2006-2011: CAME Examination Rules (PO 2006) 10/2006 (PDF, German)
- English version: CAME Examinations Rules (PO 2012) 10/2014
Winter Semester 2015/2016
- M.Sc. Computer Aided Conception and Production in Mechanical Engineering: Common Compulsory Courses (shared by both tracks)
- M.Sc. Computer Aided Conception and Production in Mechanical Engineering: Common Elective Courses (shared by both tracks)
- M.Sc. Computer Aided Conception and Production in Mechanical Engineering: Elective Courses Conception
- M.Sc. Computer Aided Conception and Production in Mechanical Engineering: Elective Courses Production
Students have a duration of four months in order to complete their Master Thesis. The registration for the Master Thesis has to be done with the Master Thesis registration sheet. As a requirement, students have to complete at least 92 CP before they can register their Master Thesis. For further details please see the examination regulations.
As part of their curriculum, CAME students have to complete a Mini Thesis of 260 hours workload (9 CP). Students use the Mini Thesis recording sheet to register for and keep track of their project progress.
The completion of a nine week industrial internship is an integral part of the M.Sc. CAME programme. To prepare for the industrial internship, please read the follwoing information material carefully:
- Explanation of the internship process (PDF)
- Internship Guidelines (PDF)
- Contact: Internship Office of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
- Internship Accreditation
Please refer to this website of the faculty of Mechanical Engineering for a detailled description of how to change your curriculum.
The curriculum change process encompasses all the steps necessary to receive an amended curriculum from the standard M. Sc. CAME curriculum. This particularly applies to:
- Taking modules in an elective field outside of the elective catalogue in order to create an individual academic profile.
- Taking additional subjects (e.g. language courses) that will be listed on the transcript.
- Taking modules outside of the course of study in preparation for changing a course of study.
- Stays abroad, during which alternative courses are completed.
Additionally we would like to share some PDFs in the below download section, which provide further information for CAME students.
Please also see the forms database of RWTH Aachen University for additional download forms.