Which is which?
A module handbook contains a description of all relevant modules for a program. These include information about examination regulations. Program goals, content or literature references.
Each curriculum consists of various modules, which are conclusive content-wise, coordinated in terms of time and which have the objective to convey the defined competencies and content.
The module descriptions are standardized descriptions, which set the framework for a module and its enclosing courses.
These are complemented by syllabi, which can be found on the e-campus. They are descriptions of courses and lectures, which are created by the professor referring specifically to a particular semester, in addition to the above mentioned module descriptions.