Effective immediately, the English Language Test / OOPT is no longer a requirement for credit in Sprachpraxis English courses.
Im Rahmen der PHIL: Info-Reihe bieten die Prodekanin für Studium und Lehre, Frau Prof.in Dr. Veronika Albrecht-Birkner und die PHIL: Studienberatung ein zoom-Meeting an.
Ab heute bis zum 02.07.2020 ist die Leistungsanmeldung in unisono möglich.
The programme comprises compulsory core modules as well as elective courses:
One Introductory Module (INT) that is based on blended-learning: INT 1.1. Theories of Democracy and INT 1.2 Methods of History and Social Sciences
One Thematic Module: TM 1 Actors and Institutions in Historical and Contemporary Perspective
One Additional Practical Module: APM 1 Additional Special Studies
One Method Module (MET): Empirical Research on Democracy
One Thematic Module: TM 2 Political Cultures and the Public Sphere: Past and Present
One Internship (8 weeks)- compulsory
Two Thematic Modules: TM 3: Global and Transnational Processes: Past and Present
TM 4: Democracies in Comparative Perspective
Students can choose to spend the third semester at the partner university abroad and attend TM 5 Roads to Democracies - Thematic Module Abroad
Semester one to three:
One Additional Practical Module: APM 2 Transferable Skills
Semester two to three:
Master's Thesis Module MM 1 Thesis Forum
MM 2 Master Examination (Master's thesis and the Master's thesis presentation)
Modes of teaching are seminars, blended-learning courses, workshops, projects, conferences, and lectures.Students are expected to obtain an average of 30 credit points per semester and must acquire 120 credit points over the entire programme.