Kulturwissenschaft (Bachelor of Arts)

Uniquely versatile: The Koblenz degree program in Kulturwissenschaft is characterized first and foremost by the interplay between the subjects of anthropology, media studies and philosophy.

The purpose of the degree program is to provide graduates with professional qualifications in areas where cultural sensitivity and intercultural competence are in high demand. This requires a sound knowledge of the structure and significance of culture in a globalized world as well as versatile communication skills. To achieve this objective the program is based on an integrative concept that includes the subjects English Studies, Romance Studies, History, Sociology, Protestant Theology, Catholic Theology, Art and Music Theory.

Its practical orientation is an important aspect: Ethnographic field research and applied conversational research are just as much a part of the program as are workshops and student projects aimed at acquiring practical media skills.

Thanks to its sound theoretical and practical orientation, the degree program qualifies graduates for a range of interesting professions, for instance in cultural and educational management, in the media (e.g. cultural and business journalism), in (international) business corporations, in politics and in international organizations. The Bachelor’s degree is also required for admission to a subsequent Master’s degree program.

Profile

Degree program content
  • Cultural theory and cultural anthropology
  • Media cultures and knowledge cultures
  • Aesthetics (in literature, music and art)
  • Culture and religions
  • Migration and globalization
  • Intercultural communication
  • Corporate cultures
  • Methods of cultural studies
  • Academic working methods/Soft skills
  • Media practice and field work
  • Internships/Simulations/Projects
Study location
  • Koblenz campus
Admission requirements
  • General university entrance qualification (German Abitur) or an equivalent recognized qualification
  • Knowledge of English and at least one other foreign language
Admission restrictions
  • Restrictions apply
Start of degree program
  • Winter semester
Application deadline
  • 15 July
Degree program duration
  • The standard period of study is 6 semesters
Internships
  • Practical internship (optional field)
Qualification
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Accreditation
  • Accredited by AQAS to Sept. 30, 2020
Consecutive Master’s degree
Academic advisor
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Klemm

Email: klemm@uni-koblenz.de

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