Protestant Theology - Combined degree course History and Cultural Studiesfull time

  • Master of Arts

    Master
    Degree

  • 4 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Gießen

    Location

  • September 2024 (Germans and inhabitants)

    24 days left (EU), 24 days left (Non-EU)
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Overview and admission

Study Type

graduate

Admission semester

Winter Semester only

Area of study

Religious Studies

Focus

Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Systematic Theology

Target group

Students with the following skills: a) Major subject in History and Culture (GuK) \t Skills acquired in the first and second major subject Protestant Theology of the Bachelor's course in History and Culture, the Bachelor's course in Language, Literature and Culture or in the teaching subject Protestant Theology of the Teaching Qualification (Grammar Schools) at the JLU. -\tSkills acquired in Protestant Theology subjects of Bachelor's courses or the subject Protestant Theology of the Teaching Qualification (Grammar Schools) with doctoral study entitlement amounting to at least 70 CPs. -\tSkills obtained in connection with a regional church examination. A degree in Protestant Theology/Religion must have been obtained with a minimum grade of "good". a) Subsidiary subject in History and Culture (GuK) \t Skills acquired in the first minor or major subject Protestant Theology of the Bachelor's course in History and Culture, the Bachelor's course in Language, Literature and Culture or in the teaching subject Protestant Theology of the Teaching Qualification (Grammar Schools) at the JLU. -\tSkills acquired in Protestant Theology subjects of Bachelor's courses or the subject Protestant Theology of the Teaching Qualification (Grammar Schools) with doctoral study entitlement amounting to at least 40 CPs. -\tSkills obtained in connection with a regional church examination. -\tIf students can only provide proof of skills comprising the second minor subject of the Bachelor's course in History and Culture, the Bachelor's course in Language, Literature and Culture or in the subjects of Protestant Theology of a Bachelor's course of a university with doctoral study entitlement amounting to 30-40 CPs, the missing skills must be acquired in the Master's course by completing an additional fifth module from the Master's programme. A degree in Protestant Theology/Religion must have been obtained with a minimum grade of "good".

Annotation

The Master subject Protestant Theology can be studied as a major subject (50 credit points) and as a minor subject (40 credit points).

Admission modus

Without admission restriction

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

Major subject - Skills that were acquired in the first and second major subject Protestant Theology of the Bachelor’s course in History and Culture, the Bachelor’s course in Language, Literature and Culture or in the teaching subject Protestant Theology of the Teaching Qualification (Grammar Schools) at the JLU. - Skills acquired in Protestant Theology subjects of Bachelor's degree courses or the subject Protestant Theology of the Teaching Qualification (Grammar Schools) with doctoral study entitlement amounting to at least 70 CP. - Skills obtained in connection with a regional church examination. A academic degree in Protestant Theology/Religion must have been obtained with a minimum grade of “good”.

Lecture period
  • 15.04.2024 - 19.07.2024
  • 14.10.2024 - 14.02.2025

Application deadlines

Winter semester (2024/2025)

Languages of instruction

Main language

German

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