The program offers a combination of theory and practical experience. Students will acquire the skills that are essential for a journalistic career. Here you will find individual descriptions of the program structure.
The course subjects of the Master's Program are organized according to modules. Specific topics are assigned for each of these modules every semester. Each module will include up to three lectures covering similar topics and conclude with an examination covering the entire module. The four-semester program includes 14 modules that must be completed.
30 Credit Points (CP) will be allocated for every semester. This correlates to a workload of 900 hours. One Credit Point (30 hours of work) includes the attendance, preparation and studying required for the lecture, studying for tests, reading and the completion of assignments, compositions, presentations, etc.
You can find the Module Handbook and the determined credits for the individual modules for every semester in the overview attached below.
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