The Programme

The programme runs for eight semesters, during which students are required to gain a total of 240 credit points in four different fields: (A) cultural studies, (B) specialisation, (C) profiling, and (D) competencies.

The introductory and consecutive modules engage with principal categories and important areas of cultural studies, focusing on British and German studies, history, and politics. The various modules (10 CP each) familiarise students with the reflection and study of cultural phenomena and their (re)presentations in media step by step.

In this area, students are equipped with the tools to later work at the intersections between culture and its mediation, economics and computer sciences, as well as to solve complex problems at management level. The specialisation starts with introductions to logistics, economics, and computer sciences (10 CP each). Aferwards, a maximum of six modules (to a total extent of 30 CP) can be chosen from the branches of logistics/urban sociology, economics/organisation theory, or computer sciences/IT-management.

Profiling offers further education in logistics, economics, computer sciences, or cultural studies accordingly. Moreover, optional studies (20 CP), studying abroad (30 CP), project work (30 CP), and the Bachelor thesis (15 CP) provide students with the possibility to acquire an individual profile that matches their personal preferences and abilities.

Students are taught basic technical and individual competencies. Mathematical and cultural studies approaches a well as analytical and interventional methods of organisation theory and logistics are equally developed and strengthened (30 CP). In addition, key competencies and soft skills are promoted in communication trainings (10 CP) as well as during a four-week internship (5 CP).

Last Modification: 06.10.2020 - Contact Person: Carsten Kullmann