|BA||Tuesday, 2pm-4pm||How political and administrative acteurs make decisions: Theoretical perspectives and empirical konwledge||partly synchronouns and partly asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Fleischer|
|BA||Monday, 12am-2pm||Environmental policy-making in Germany||synchronous||Dr. Paasch|
|BA||Monday, 2pm-4pm||Governance in Germany and Europe: Comparing policy fields||synchronous||Thiele|
|BA||Wednesday, 2pm-4pm||Der Deutsche Bundestag– New challenges and current scientific debate - A seminar by the Chair for German Politics and Governance for students of political education||synchronous||Walkenhorst|
|BA||Friday, 10am-12am + 2x block seminar||Algorithmic Governance in the Policy Cycle||synchronous||Wanckel|
|BA||varies throughout the semester||European Governance: How decisions are being made in the EU||synchronous||Hon. Prof. Dr. Wuermeling|
|BA/MA||Tuesday, 12am-2pm||Colloquium for final thesis's||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Fleischer|
|BA/MA||Colloquium (english)||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Fleischer|
|MA||Tuesday, 10am-12am||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Fleischer|
|MA||Wednesday, 10am-12am||Covid-19 and the ‘year of the executive?‘||asynchronous||Prof. Dr. Fleischer|
|MA||Monday, 12am-2pm||State parliaments in Germany - a form of federal diversity?||synchronous||Dr. Paasch|
Application will take place via PULS. In case that an application is not possible via PULS due to technical issues (e.g. you have not yet recieved your log-in data) it is compulsory to get in touch with the lecturer via e-mail.
Online course (synchronous) means that the course takes place live and in zoom at a fixed weekly time
Asynchronous means that the course has no live date, the teaching materials are made available to you and can be accessed at any time.