What is a programme syllabus?
Each programme has a programme syllabus. The syllabus provides information about the entry requirements, the courses included and the degree. Syllabi are approved by the faculty boards and are subject to change from semester to semester.
For some programmes, there are, in addition, one or more outlines that describe the curriculum within the programme or specialisation in more detail.
Programme syllabus revisions
If a syllabus needs to be adjusted, a revision is made and a new revision is established. A programme syllabus can therefore appear in several revisions. If the syllabus has been revised and there are previous versions, you will find links to them in the syllabus. A version is valid until it is replaced by a new version.
Note that the latest version may not yet have taken effect. Therefore, always check the dates to make sure that what is stated in the syllabus applies to the semester the programme is offered.