Studiengang Archaeology [Master]

Studiengang Name Englisch:Archaeology
Abschlussbezeichnung:Master of Arts
Studienform(en): Vollzeit
Regelstudienzeit (Semester):4 Semester
Vorpraktikum erforderlich:nein
Zulassung Sonstiges:

Admission to the Master’s degree program in Archaeology is open to students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree program in an archaeological discipline, in a related discipline such as cultural studies (national) or in archaeology, anthr

Unterrichtssprache: Englisch
Auslandssemester vorgesehen:nein
Praxissemester vorgesehen:nein

The Tübingen Master‘s program in Archaeology is uniquely characterized by a broad study of archaeology on a global scale, ranging from the Stone Ages up to the Modern era; a methodological focus on material culture; a close connection with scientific methods; various elective options, and a strong research profile with an international orientation. Specializations are possible via a large number of optional modules. While the basic structure of the degree program is the same for all students, there is thus a wide range of choices both from the archaeological disciplines involved as well as from the archaeological sciences. In addition to a subject-focused study program, this also allows for a more broadly diversified education. Graduates have been trained in the disciplines of prehistoric, Near Eastern, biblical, classical, medieval and historical Archaeology and are also able to perform independent research in their respective fields. The close interconnection with archaeological sciences in particular qualifies students for interdisciplinary research at the interface between cultural and natural sciences.

Internationaler Studiengang:nein

The Master of Arts in Archaeology offers a unique international, two-year degree in archaeology as a research- and practice-oriented course. Modules in various disciplines provide a variety of options for specialization within the wide range of archaeology represented in Tübingen. As a result, students can develop their own unique curriculum. At the end of their professional training, graduates are qualified archaeologists in both theory and practice and have an individual profile according to their research interests. The Master‘s program thus offers a range of opportunities for indivdually-developed and follow-up research options. The archaeological disciplines involved in the program are: Stone age archaeology, Later European prehistory, Near Eastern archaeology and archaeology of the southern Levant, Classical archaeology, Medieval and post-medieval archaeology / historical archaeology.

Studienbereiche:Kulturwissenschaften i.e.S.
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