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The first point of reference for putting together your course schedule are the study and examination regulations of your subject (or subjects). There you can find an exemplary study course plan that serves as a non-binding suggestion for how to plan your studies. Moreover, they also include descriptions of the modules you have to take throughout the semesters. You are not really sure what “modules” are exactly? Find out more at the “Modules and credit points”-section of this Online Study Assistant.
After finding out which module/components of a module you have to take in a semester, the next step is to take a look at the course catalogue. It lists all the courses that are offered in the respective semester and gives you information on what the course will be about, who is teaching it, and the time and place. Sometimes you have the option to choose from several courses. The course catalogue will give you more information on that if that is the case.