The CAS study course comprises around 300 working hours and results in 12 ETCS. It is divided into three compulsory modules in which the topic is introduced and the most important sex and gender differences in medicine are explained. Five of the seven optional modules, in which individual specialist areas are dealt with, must be chosen to complete the CAS. Participants must then write their final thesis. This is presented and discussed at the final colloquium, which is also compulsory.
All modules include two days of attendance and in total about ten hours of preparation and follow-up. They each result in one ETCS point. The modules can also be attended as individual events.