The bachelor's degree program in Economic Policy Journalism is designed for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of how economics shapes political and social developments.
to the degree program Economic Policy Journalism (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.))
Mathematicians are able to translate specific problems into mathematical questions, solve them, and draw conclusions for the application. The Bachelor's degree program in Mathematics leads to an initial professional qualification. Furthermore, it prepares the graduate to pursue the Master's degree in Mathematics.
to the degree program Mathematics (Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.))
Students enrolled in the Bachelor’s program in Educational Sciences receive a solid basis for demanding, professional, theory and research-based work in education and social welfare. They acquire knowledge of the fundamental theoretical standpoints of educational research and gain specialist expertise through the study of a compulsory elective subject. In addition, they build up a portfolio of methodologies and concepts related to the professional field of educational research.
to the degree program Educational Sciences (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.))
The bilingual Bachelor’s degree program in Applied Linguistics centers on language analysis and the application of linguistics theories in various fields, e.g., sociolinguistics, computer linguistics and foreign language teaching. The program deals both with the theoretical aspects of language as well as its various functions and applications. The consideration of interculturality and bilingualism plays an important role in this context.
to the degree program Applied Linguistics (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.))
The bilingual degree program in Applied Literary and Cultural Studies facilitates interdisciplinary study. In addition to the bilingual core subject, German and English/American Literary and Cultural Studies, students study one or two minor subjects. The program focuses above all on intercultural and interdisciplinary questions and – in addition to an internship related to the professional field and an integrated semester abroad – allows students to participate in interdisciplinary and internationally oriented study projects from the first semester onwards.
to the degree program Applied Literary and Cultural Studies (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.))
The B.A. in Rehabilitation Pedagogy teaches knowledge, skills and methods in the following fields: Social rehabilitation and education, services and support for people with disabilities, social welfare and the healthcare system.
to the degree program Rehabilitation Pedagogy (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.))
Practical, with a focus on multimedia, and offering flexible options afterwards: This is what the B.A. in Journalism Studies stands for! The program lasts eight semesters. In the last two semesters, students undertake a journalism traineeship. The program comprises 18 modules. These modules are divided into the following areas: Journalism Studies, a minor subject, courses in the multimedia training newsroom and the one-year journalism traineeship with accompanying tutorials. The modules are thematically related and complement each other. Each module comprises several courses. As a rule, there is an examination at the end of each module.
to the degree program Journalism Studies (Bachelor of Arts (B.A.))