The bachelor's degree in History and Culture of the Middle East provides a comprehensive overview of the history and culture of the Islamic Middle East from the early days to the present. By participating in various individual disciplines, students gain knowledge of the relationships, interdependencies and mutual influence of societies in the Middle East in the areas of culture, politics, law, religion and the history of ideas. In addition, the course offers an insight into the complexity of these societies, taking into account religious and ethnic minorities as well as gender issues. In the language modules, students acquire the ability to use original language sources in an oriental language in accordance with the chosen focus area. Furthermore, the course serves to practice scientific working methods including the critical analysis of scientific research results. A specialization takes place through the choice of a focus area.
The focus area Turkology deals with the history, languages, literatures, religions and the material culture of the Turkic peoples in their entire geographical range, starting with the first Turkish-language sources up to the present day.
The mono bachelor's degree in History and Culture of the Middle East with a focus on Turkic Studies is divided into a basic, advanced and advanced phase.
Modules in the related areas expand the specialist spectrum. In addition to the modules of the core subject, the modules of the related areas are intended to provide the students with an expanded but self-contained qualification profile. The modules of the related areas and the services provided in them must not correspond to the modules and services of the focus area chosen by the students and modules from the general vocational preparation study area (ABV). Agreements with the specialist department and specialist representatives from the related areas are essential.
At the end of the course, the exemplary deepening and differentiation of a selected field of study takes place through the independent scientific development of a self-selected problem (Bachelor thesis).
The general vocational preparation study area (ABV) includes an internship as well as the following areas of competence: foreign languages, information and media competence, gender & diversity competence, organizational and management competence, personal and socio-communicative competence and subject-related additional qualifications in which additional practical professional knowledge and skills are imparted will. The objectives, content and structure of the general vocational preparation study area are regulated in separate ABV study and examination regulations.
The course regulations regulate the structure and process of the course. It contains detailed descriptions of the content and qualification goals of each individual module and an exemplary course plan. The examination regulations define the type and requirements of the module examinations. In the regulations, the credit points (CP) for each module or event as well as the workload in hours for the entire course are specified.
History and culture of the Middle East: Turkic Studies, Mono-Bachelor
|module||History and Society I|
|module||History and Society II|
|For students with previous knowledge of Turkish: Instead of the modules "Turkish I" and "Turkish II", the module "Basics of Turkish grammar" is completed.|
|module||Literature and sources I|
|module||Literature and sources II|
|module||Continuity and change in the history of the Turkish peoples|
|module||Languages ??and literatures of the Turkish peoples|
Bachelor graduates have scientific knowledge and practical skills that qualify them for a job or a postgraduate course.
The bachelor's degree in History and Culture of the Middle East with a focus on Turkish Studies qualifies students for activities in various professional fields and in institutions and organizations dealing with the Middle East. Economics, media, diplomatic services, language services, libraries, cultural institutes abroad, governmental and non-governmental international organizations, publishing, adult and continuing education, tourism, non-university scientific institutes and, to a very limited extent, the universities themselves come into question.
Since not all graduates find a place on the narrow, specialist job market, the acquisition of additional qualifications, as they are already imparted in the General Vocational Preparation (ABV) study area, as well as early orientation with regard to employment opportunities and the personal application strategy are of great importance for a successful career start.
A master’s degree and, if applicable, a doctorate are prerequisites for management positions or employment in research and teaching.
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