Study programs at our faculty
Are you interested in studying at our faculty? We offer a total of 24 bachelor's, master's and teaching programs. Find out everything about the offer, the content and the application process here.
The bachelor is the first academic degree and the first professional qualification at a university. Our bachelor's degree programs extend over six semesters (three years) and end with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.).
The Bachelor's degree can be followed by a Master's degree with another university degree qualifying for a profession.
A Master's degree at our faculty usually extends over four semesters (two years) and concludes with the academic degree Master of Arts (MA). An exception is the M.Sc. Journalism, which is studied with an integrated traineeship over six semesters.
- M.A. Communication Management
- M.A. European Integration in East Central Europe (curr. no application)
- M.A. European Studies
- M.A. Global Mass Communication (currently no application)
- M.A. Global Studies
- M.Sc. Journalism
- M.A. Communication and Media Studies
- M.A. Cultural Studies
- M.A. Philosophy
- M.A. Political Science
- M.A. Sociology
At our faculty, you can choose between the subjects social studies/legal education and ethics/philosophy. You can study these in various types of schools with us.
Teaching elementary school
Teaching special education
In Bachelor’s degree programs, you have the opportunity to take modules from other degree programs in addition to your core subject either in the free elective area or in a fixed elective subject. Depending on the course of study, this elective window comprises 30 or 60 CP. The Faculty of Social Sciences and Philosophy offers eight elective courses.
For information on what other faculties offer, please visit the university's central website.
- Elective subject Crossmedia-Journalism (30CP) (opens in a new tab)
- Electic subject Ethics (30CP) (opens in a new tab)
- Elective subject Communication and Media Studies (30CP)
- Elective subject Cultural Studies (60CP) (opens in a new tab)
- Elective subject Philosophy (30CP) (opens in a new tab)
- Elective subject Philosophy (60CP) (opens in a new tab)
- Elective subject Political Science (60CP) (opens in a new tab)
- Elective subject Sociology (30CP)