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Literature, Culture, Media
*Can also be studied part-time (12 semesters)
The degree program
The degree program offers literary, cultural and media
studies focusing on various linguistic and cultural regions.
The study program is set up across different philologies and
subjects: It combines German, English/American and Romance
literary and cultural studies with aspects of media studies.
Depending on the study model, you have the option of choosing up to three language specializations. You can choose between German, English, French and/or Spanish.
The choice of focus language has an impact on the subject-specific part of the degree program. Certain module elements permit deeper insights into the literary and cultural history and into current media developments of the respective linguistic region for the chosen focus language. Specialist knowledge and methodological skills are taught equally in the degree program. Additionally, students acquire or deepen their proficiency in the chosen focus language(s) in practical language exercises on grammar, text production, translation and conversation.
Can be studied as...
- 1-subject degree program (concept A)
- An advanced majaor supject (concept B)
- A major subject (concept C and D)
- A minor subject (concept B and D)
Structure of the degree program
In undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, students can combine various major and minor subjects in a variety of ways.
The following foreign language skills must be proven when choosing the language. English: Language skills of 7-9 years (level B2 according to CEFR); French: Language skills of about 5-7 years (level B1 according to CEFR); Spanish: Knowledge of the language recommended but not required.
The bachelor’s degree qualifies for a wide range of activities in the fields of media and communication (e.g. traditional media, press and public relations work, publishing houses). It also qualifies for work in (inter)cultural matters and institutions (e.g. cultural and language mediation in adult education, consulting activities, event agencies, foundations).
Organization of the degree program
We recommend that, as a minimum, you take a look at the degree plan of your degree program before the start of the lecture period so that you know which modules are intended for the start of your studies.