Guest Auditors – Life Sciences

The programme of the faculty


With the start of the summer semester 2024, (selected) courses of the faculties of Technology and Bionics, Society and Economics as well as Life Sciences at the Kleve campus of the university as well as the Faculty of Communication and Environment in Kamp-Lintfort will be opened. Lectures begin on 03.04.2024.

If you are interested in auditing, please fill out the application form and send it signed by hand as a PDF by e-mail to the Student Services Department (

 Application form.

Here you will find the program of the Faculty of Life Science.

Please note that changes can still occur at short notice - these will then be announced here.

Lectures of the Faculty of Life Science

Agribusiness, B.A. (in English)

The Bachelor's degree program in Agribusiness teaches business management expertise and management skills with a focus on the agricultural and food industries. Students learn how companies can successfully position themselves in the market in view of increasing quality demands and logistical importance, and current topics such as rural development, sustainability and agricultural policy are also covered.

Tuesdays, April 09 and 16, 2024
11:00 - 12:00
Building 5A | Ground Floor | Room 5A EG 002
Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, Lecture,
Delve into the essence of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, where you'll gain unparalleled insights into the agrifood sector's business dynamics, from farm management principles and production economics to strategic budgeting and entrepreneurship, paving the way for a sustainable and prosperous future in agribusiness and sustainable agriculture.

Tuesdays, April 11 and 18, 2024
12:00 - 13:00
Building 01 | Ground Floor | Room 01 EG 010 
Rural Development and Sustainable Behaviour, Lecture
Explore the transformative world of Rural Development and Sustainable Behaviour, where you'll unravel the intricacies of human-ecological systems and economic development theories, strategize for impactful rural upliftment, and delve into sustainable development goals, all while examining the financing and policy frameworks that foster rural tourism and ensure the longevity of our rural landscapes.


Sustainable Agriculture, B.Sc.(in English)

The English-language Bachelor's degree program Sustainable Agriculture deals with the question of how the transition of the agricultural economy to sustainable agriculture can succeed. The internationally oriented degree program enables a global view of the impact of agriculture on ecological, economic and social aspects of sustainability.

Thursdays, April 11 and 18, 2024
10:00 - 11:00
Building 12 | Ground Floor | Room 12 EG 010 
Soil Science and Tillage, Lecture, 2nd Semester 
Discover the foundation of sustainable agriculture in our Soil Science and Tillage course, where you'll delve into the physical, chemical, and biological secrets of soil, understand its formation, classification, and pivotal role in agriculture, and explore innovative methods for soil health appraisal and tillage practices that protect and enhance this vital earth resource.

Fridays, April 12 and 19, 2024
09:00 - 12:00
Building 13 | 1st Floor | Room 13 01 012  
Basics of Animal Sciences, Lecture, 2nd Semester 
Explore the fundamentals of animal sciences, covering everything from the basics of animal anatomy and physiology to the intricacies of animal growth, development, and nutrition. This course offers a hands-on approach to understanding domestication, the science behind animal husbandry, and the assessment of feed and animal products, enriched with practical exercises and an enlightening field trip.


Bio Science and Health, B.Sc (in German)

The German-language Bachelor's degree program Bio Science and Health teaches the fundamentals of biosciences and their application in the health sector. This includes subjects such as biology, chemistry, biotechnology, biomedicine, nutritional sciences, physiology and anatomy. Through practical orientation, students are prepared for professional fields in the pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics and environmental industries as well as in public health.

Mondays, April 08 and 15, 2024
14:00 - 16:00
Building 1 | 1st Floor | Room 01 01 006
Organic Chemistry, Lecture, 2nd Semester
Dive into the world of organic chemistry and discover the secrets of functional groups and their reactions, from stereochemistry to synthesis. This lecture teaches practical skills in the production, purification and analysis of compounds and prepares for the challenges in the laboratory.

Thursdays, April 11 and 18, 2024
10:00 - 12:00
Building 13 | 1st Floor | Room 13 01 012 
Biochemistry, Lecture, 2nd Semester 
Explore the fundamentals of biochemistry, from the structure and function of biomolecules to central biochemical processes and bioanalytical methods. This course offers a deep insight into the mechanisms of life at the molecular level and prepares you for practical application in biochemistry.


Quality, Environment, Safety and Hygiene, B.Sc. (in German)

The Bachelor's degree program Quality, Environment, Safety and Hygiene B.Sc. combines a solid basic scientific education with specialized expertise and legal qualifications in the areas of quality management, environmental protection, occupational safety and hygiene. The aim is to prepare students for a successful career in companies that operate in a resource-saving, sustainable manner and with high safety standards.

Mondays, April 08 and 15, 2024
17:00 - 19:00
Building 1 | 1st Floor | Room 01 01 006 
Ecology, Lecture, 2nd Semester
Explore the fascinating fundamentals of ecology, from the emergence of biodiversity to autoecology and population ecology to synecology. This course offers a deep insight into ecological methods and the principles of sustainability, crucial for the areas of quality, environment, safety and hygiene.

Tuesdays, April 09 and 16, 2024
08:00 - 09:00
Building 16 | Ground Floor | Room 16 EG 015
Business Administration, Lecture, 2nd Semester 
Immerse yourself in the fundamentals of business administration, where business principles, effective personnel management and sound financial knowledge are the focus. This course covers everything from factors of production to management functions to investment and cost accounting, perfectly tailored for aspiring experts in quality, environment, safety and hygiene.


Bioengineering, B.Sc. (in English)

Bioengineering is an interdisciplinary field in which new materials and technologies with a wide range of applications are developed with the help of natural and engineering sciences. The range extends from classical biotechnologies to modern engineering at the molecular biological level. The curriculum closely links biology and chemistry with engineering and technology from the first semester.

Mondays, April 08 and 15, 2024
08:00 - 10:00
Building 12 | Ground Floor | Room 12 EG 010
Genetics and Molecular Biology, Lecture, 2nd Semester
Dive into the intricate world of Genetics and Molecular Biology, where the mysteries of DNA, the art of genetic engineering, and cutting-edge molecular tools come to life, offering a profound understanding of the blueprint of life essential for budding bioengineers.

Wednesday, April 10 and 17, 2024
10:00 - 12:00
Building 1 | 2nd Floor | Room 01 02 003
Applied Microbiology, Lecture, 2nd Semester 
Dive into the world of Applied Microbiology, where you'll explore the fascinating mechanisms of microbial metabolism, growth kinetics, and the intricate relationships between microbes and their environments, paving the way for innovations in environmental and pharmaceutical biotechnology.