In the classroom, students are taught the scientific background for the development of the models, methods and concepts used, and then deepened in practical applications. In this way, you will be able to approach and solve theoretical and practical tasks and problems in a scientifically sound manner. On the one hand, independent work as an individual or in a group is encouraged; on the other hand, a critical and reflective way of thinking and questioning the models, methods and concepts taught is developed.

In addition, the course emphasizes the students' self-organization and personal responsibility, their ability to work in a team, and the appropriate and creative preparation of solutions or results to tasks and problems.