The subject of the master’s course is the material legacies of ancient Greek and Roman cultures from the 2nd millennium to the end of antiquity in the 6th century AD. This also includes a considerable number of works whose high artistic rank was considered exemplary in all later epochs. The aim of classical archeology is to reconstruct the ancient cultural and intellectual history in the course of the ages.
Christian and Byzantine archeology deals with the culture and material legacies from late antiquity to the Byzantine Middle Ages in the provinces of the Roman Empire (4th-7th centuries) and in the Mediterranean region (4th-15th centuries). . The subjects of teaching and research are the core themes of art (painting, sculpture, treasure and cabaret, iconography) and architecture (church buildings, palace and secular architecture) of early Christianity and Byzantium.
The focus on Classical Archeology offers you
The focus on Christian and Byzantine Archeology offers you
The master’s degree opens up fields of activity that go beyond those of a bachelor’s degree. Activities of guided scientific work are more in the foreground than those of practical work. The master’s degree enables you to enter a wide range of professions.
He opens up professional fields in the following areas:
The course also opens up a wide range of professional opportunities in areas in which the connection between specialist knowledge and professional requirements is not clearly defined. Are conceivable here z. B. leading positions in HR departments, which have to reckon with increasingly internationalized recruitment of new employees, or in the IT area. In these areas of work, the key qualifications acquired during the course will be an indispensable prerequisite for professional success.
Proof of a relevant bachelor's degree in the field of "Archaeological Sciences", with a minimum grade of 3.0 or 7.9 grade points, with one of the following focuses:
or a comparable degree from another domestic or foreign university.
If proof of the first degree is not yet available, a transcript of records with a calculated average grade based on at least 80% of the credit points required for the bachelor's degree can be submitted.
Bachelor's degree programs in other subject areas of classical antiquity can be recognized by the examination board as an admission requirement after examining individual cases and, if necessary, by issuing additional requirements (max. 30 CP)
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