About this course
This program provides basic professional scientific knowledge, methods and techniques that are necessary to understand the historical and cultural constitution of modern European societies. Students develop the ability to analyze everyday regional, ethnic, religious and gender-related phenomena and conflicts in the context of social, historical and socio-political developments. Students will learn the basic features, systematic, theory-based methods and reflects work to empirically investigate and to present results of course. Students have the opportunity to develop their own questions to practice scientific approach and strengthen social and communication skills. An integral part of the course are field trips and an internship of at least six weeks. The study helps students to form thematic priorities, and promotes the ability to translate academic knowledge into professional practice.
The following are parts of the application process necessary for admission consideration:
- Common Application
- Educational History Form (EHF)
- Certificate of secondary school completion such as the German Abitur (i.e. International Baccalaureate, High School Diploma (with recommended tests depending on your region), GCSE A-levels, etc.)
- SAT or ACT
- English Language Proficiency Test