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Overview

In the BA History you will learn all the basics and techniques of historical work in order to deal critically, independently and innovatively with questions of change in society, culture, politics and economy. In all epochs from antiquity to the 21st century you will acquire knowledge of the basic structures and core processes. You will get to know the most important source corpora from original material culture to digitally available collections and how to access, analyze and interpret them. Spatially, you move from micro-historical contexts of everyday life to global aspects of imperial history and international relations. For the conclusion, you will develop your own small research project in an era of your choice.

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

The history course with its practical orientation enables you in a very comprehensive way to deal critically and responsibly with all forms of history-related practices as part of social processes and interpretations of the present and future plans. This opens up a wide range of professional perspectives:

  • Science (university and non-university research)
  • Archives, librarianship and public administration (senior service)
  • Museums and exhibitions
  • Educational institutions (museum education, further education, adult education)
  • Media, public relations (journalism), publishing including e-publishing
  • Organizational, consulting and management activities at international institutions and organizations (parties, associations etc.) as well as in government administrative, cultural and business areas
  • tourism

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

General higher education entrance qualification or subject-related higher education entrance qualification 1 or technical college entrance qualification or master craftsman's examination as well as comparable qualifications in professional advancement training or professionally qualified persons

 

  The university decides on the validity of the subject binding for this course.

Course-specific knowledge and skills to be proven prior to admission:

English at level B1 of the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages"

Some modules require functional knowledge of Latin .

Admission restriction:

free (no NC)

 

 

Language level B1

Language level B1 of the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ??of the Council of Europe" - independent language use - is proven by fulfilling one of the following criteria:

  • School certificates proving the foreign language for at least 4 years. Evidence of 3 years is sufficient if the foreign language has been used up to the degree that entitles you to university entrance. In both of these cases, the final grade or, if applicable, the average grade of the last two years of the language course must be at least a German grade of 4 (sufficient) or 5 points. You can find out how you can prove the foreign language skills you have acquired in school lessons 

If you cannot prove the language level from your school lessons, the following alternatives apply:

  • A course of at least two years at a secondary educational institution in which the language to be verified is the primary language of instruction
  • or one of the following language certificates (comparable certificates are subject to a case-by-case examination)

 

Basic knowledge of Latin is proven by fulfilling the following criteria:

  • Certificate of higher education entrance qualification, secondary school certificates or school certificates proving that you have studied Latin for at least one year. The final grade must be at least sufficient (4) or 5 points
  • Comparable certificates are checked individually

Knowledge of Latin to the extent of the Latinum is proven by fulfilling the following criteria:

  • Certificate of university entrance qualification, secondary school certificates or school certificates in which the Latinum is certified
  • Certificate of the passed supplementary examination according to § 50 of the upper levels and Abitur ordinance of July 20th, 2009 (OJ p. 408), last amended by ordinance of August 1, 2017 (OJ p. 672), in the currently valid version.
  • Certificate of the passed language test according to the regulations of the Department of Foreign Language Philologies for the language tests in Greek and Latin at the Philipps University of Marburg dated October 21, 2009 (Amt.Mit. 37/2010).
  • Certificate of passing the language test according to the regulations of the Protestant Theology department for the language tests in Greek, Hebrew and Latin at the Philipps University of Marburg dated January 19, 2011 (Amt.Mit. 13/2011).

Functional knowledge of Latin is proven by fulfilling the following criteria:

  • Certificate of university entrance qualification, secondary school certificates or school certificates in which the Latinum is certified
  • Certificate of the passed supplementary examination according to § 50 of the upper levels and Abitur ordinance of July 20th, 2009 (OJ p. 408), last amended by ordinance of August 1, 2017 (OJ p. 672), in the currently valid version.
  • Certificate of the passed language test according to the regulations of the Department of Foreign Language Philologies for the language tests in Greek and Latin at the Philipps University of Marburg dated October 21, 2009 (Amt.Mit. 37/2010).
  • Certificate of passing the language test according to the regulations of the Protestant Theology department for the language tests in Greek, Hebrew and Latin at the Philipps University of Marburg dated January 19, 2011 (Amt.Mit. 13/2011).
  • Proof of passing the module "Introduction to Latin I" (LaL-Ex 1) of the subject Latin StPO L3 2018
  • Comparable certificates are subject to a case-by-case examination.

 

 

 


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