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Master’s Degree Programs
The Department of History offers Master’s students ten degree programs that build on the Bachelor’s degree. They are well structured yet also allow for an individual combination of courses. As a major or minor subject, the study programs can be combined in many ways and allow for interesting combinations with other fields of study.
All programs at a glance
Major Program (90 ECTS Credits)
- Master in History
- Specialized Master in History of Economics
- Specialized Master in the History of the Contemporary World
- Interdisciplinary Master in International Eastern European Studies
Minor Program (30 ECTS Credits)
- Master in History
- Master in Ancient History, Medieval History, and Modern History
- Master in History of Economics
- Master in Eastern European History
Individual Study Programs
Master’s Degree in History (90 and 30 ECTS Credits)
The Master’s program offers a deeper insight into 5000 years of history and enables a better understanding of the present and the future.
Specialized Master’s Degree in the History of Economics (90 ECTS Credits)
Master’s Degree in the History of Economics (30 ECTS Credits)
This interdisciplinary Master’s Degree combines historical and economic perspectives to understand long-term economic issues and questions.
Specialized Master’s Degree in the History of the Contemporary World (90 ECTS Credits)
The research-oriented and interdisciplinary master’s program offers exclusive courses on the history and present of the digitized, globalized world.
Master’s Degree in International Eastern European Studies (90 ECTS Credits)
The International Eastern European Studies degree provides in-depth knowledge of history of the present, languages, literature, and cultures of Easter Europe.
Master’s Degree in Ancient History, Medieval History, Contemporary History, Eastern European History (30 ECTS Credits)
The Minor Master’s degree in history provides a deeper historical examination of specific geographical or temporal spaces. They can be combined with major programs in the humanities, cultural studies, and social sciences that deal with the same space but look at it from a different perspective.
The Master’s Degree programs of the Department of History are easily combined.