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Master Political Science

Supplementary Section

modules from neigbouring subjects

The Supplementary Section consists of modules from neigbouring subjects that are arranged in groups of 12 or 24 credit points. Students may choose one group with 24 credits or combine any two groups with 12 credits from a broad offer of areas. Each area usually consists of a number of 6-credit modules. While at the WiSo-Faculty, the majority of courses is taught in English, courses at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities may require some knowledge of German.

Groups of 24 credit points (choose one):
Group
Offered by Faculty
Required language skills
Credits
Design & Behavior

WiSo

EN 24
Markets & Institutions WiSo EN 24
Macroeconomics, Money and Financial Markets WiSo EN 24
Growth, Labour, and Inequality in the Global Economy WiSo EN 24
Energy Economics WiSo EN 24
Statistics & Econometrics WiSo EN 24
Wirtschaftsgeographie WiSo DE (some electives EN) 24
Ethnologie I Arts&Hum DE (some electives EN) 24
Languages and Cultures of the Islamic World I Arts&Hum DE (some electives EN) 24

 

Groups of 12 credit points (choose two):
Group
Offered by (Faculty)
Required language skills
Credits
Ethnology II Arts&Hum DE (some electives EN) 12
Languages and Cultures of the Islamic World II Arts&Hum DE (some electives EN) 12
History Arts&Hum DE (some electives EN) 12
Media Cultural Sciences Arts&Hum DE (some electives EN) 12
Economic Geography WiSo EN 12
Cooperative Economics WiSo DE (some electives EN) 12
Social Policy WiSo EN 12
Energy Economics II WiSo EN 12
Interdisziplinäre Sozialwissenschaften WiSo DE 12
Studies Abroad I (for crediting courses taken abroad) n/a   12
Studies Abroad II (for crediting courses taken abroad) n/a   12