The master's degree in Gender, Intersectionality and Politics not only deepens theoretical and methodological knowledge in the field of gender research, but also provides solid specialist knowledge of the structural, ideal and normative foundations of gender and diversity politics in various social, institutional and political contexts. The course enables you to operationalize the gender category for the intersectional analysis of political processes, interactions, structures and institutions in transnational contexts and to apply it in research practice. The additional possibility of interdisciplinary and transregional deepening of knowledge also enables an interdisciplinary expansion of political science research competencies.
The master’s course is modularized. It consists of a compulsory area with three modules in the field of political science gender research as well as a method module, a compulsory elective area with a research-oriented project module and an elective area in which students can choose from an interdisciplinary module, a transregional module, the internship module and / or be able to expand in one or two modules on language learning.
|Basics of gender research in the social sciences (15 CP)|
|Gender and Diversity Policy in Various Policy Fields (15 CP)|
|Methods of Empirical Social Research (15 CP)|
|Political Science Gender Studies (5 CP)|
|Project module: deepening theoretical and methodological knowledge|
|Interdisciplinary theories and methods of gender and diversity research (10 CP)|
|Gender and transformation processes from a transregional perspective, e.g. Latin American studies, Korean studies, Japanese studies, etc. (10 CP)|
|Internship (10 CP) and / or a module or two modules for foreign language acquisition totaling 10 CP from the offer of the language center|
|Master thesis (25 CP)|
The admission requirement for the master’s course is a professional German or equivalent foreign degree from a university degree. A share of at least 60 credit points in political science and at least 10 credit points in social science research methods and at least 10 credit points in gender research are required.
The Master’s degree in Gender, Intersectionality and Politics qualifies you for a scientific career and doctorate in university and non-university research. Furthermore, graduates of the Masters can later work in other knowledge-based areas of politics. Future employers could be, for example: public administrations, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, political advice, management consultancy, foundations, associations, adult and political education, the media or the publishing industry.
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