What are you going to do at the university? What do the lecturers expect from you? What do you have to know or be able to do in order to get a passing grade?
All of these questions can be answered by the learning output. What is a learning output? It is the knowledge, skills or attitudes that the student has to acquire by the end of the study process. The study process can have a curriculum, a subject or even a lone seminar. It is also important that the acquisition of the learning output can be checked in some way.
You can find your curriculum and the learning output of your subjects at the study information system aka SIS (www.ois2.ut.ee). If you have any questions, turn to your lecturer or program manager!