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Overview

The master's degree in German-language literature offers you further academic qualification and profiling in the field of German literature. The international standards of general literary studies are applied to the subject area of ??German literature from the Middle Ages to the 21st century: to processes of their historical changes and differentiations, to their intercultural entanglements, to their interdependencies with other subsystems of society (economy, politics, law , Art, religion, philosophy, etc.) as well as their social functions and cultural achievements.

As a science that analyzes textual and linguistic communication processes and thereby systematically incorporates phases of one's own cultural development that have become partially alien from a historical perspective, German literature studies also aims to enable graduates of the degree program to reflect on experiences of cultural foreignness, relativize current patterns of perception and normative orientation and at the same time apply verifiable procedures with which historical phenomena can be appropriately recorded, explained and presented

Focus

With the specialist focus and supplementary modules as well as research and practice-oriented project modules, the course offers opportunities for further academic specialization in the areas of older German or newer German literature as well as in practice-oriented areas of application of literature communication in the media, in which there is a special focus outside of school and university Qualified handling of the German language, literature and culture is required.

aims

Use where a particularly qualified handling of the German language, literature and culture is required outside of school and university. This includes scientific and managerial activities, for example in

  • Libraries (higher service),

  • Literary archives,

  • cultural history museums and

  • University-related research institutions (academies, commissions and corresponding foundations).

The core area also includes the traditional field of print media (newspaper and magazine editors, publishing and book trade), which is currently opening up new digital publication options. In addition, German scholars work in press and public relations, in cultural management, in adult education and in science administration.

Marburg profile

The Marburg course in German literature is particularly well-known in the areas of edition philology, literary and cultural journalism and literary writing. It can qualify, among other things, for activities in the book trade, theater, academies and (literary) archives.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Proof of completion of a relevant bachelor's degree in the field of German literature

or

Literary and cultural studies

or

Proof of a comparable domestic or foreign professional university degree.

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 with a subject in German literature of at least 48 credit points entitle the holder to admission. Bachelor's degree programs with a smaller subject in German literary studies entitle to admission if at least 24 credit points in the field of German literary studies and at least 24 credit points in literary or cultural studies have been achieved.

The examination board can combine the admission with the condition that additional study achievements and / or examinations of a maximum of 24 credit points are achieved. In this case, the course can be extended accordingly.

 


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