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Course of Study, Study Regulations and Examination Requirements



Study Regulations and Examination Requirements



Dear students,

You can complete your bachelor's degree in "Archaeological Sciences" as a one or two-subject model.
With the completion of a bachelor's degree, you may study in the master's programs in Classical Archaeology, Pre- and Protohistory (Ur- und Frühgeschichte: UFG), or Economic and Resource Archaeology (Wirtschafts- und Rohstoff Archäologie: WiRo) in a one- or two-subject model.

By selecting this link you may view the joint examination requirements (Gemeinsame Prüfungsordnung: GPO), the subject specific requirements (Fachspezifische Bestimmungen: FSB) and the study requirements of your degree.

Since 03.11.2016, a new joint examination requirement emerged with the attached, adapted subject-specific requirements. These apply to all students who started in the winter semester 2016/17, enrol in the first semester, or are studying in a later semester in one of the study programs named above.



 

The joint examination requirements (GPO) for 2-subject BAs and MAs from 2012 is valid for students who enrolled for the first time in the bachelor’s program between the winter semester of 2012/13 and the winter semester of 2016/17, or those that have been enrolled for the first time in the master’s program since the summer semester of 2013.
It applies in conjunction with the subject-specific regulations (FSB) of 14.10.2013.
Upon application, the joint examination regulations of 21.10.2016 can apply. The application is irrevocable. We strongly advise you to consult the study advisers prior to any such rewriting.
 

 

For students who have enrolled into the bachelor's or master's degree program before the winter semester of 2012/13, the examination requirements of January 7th, 2002 or in the version of September 1st, 2004 apply.
Upon application, the joint examination requirements (GPO) of 21.10.2016 will apply. The application is irrevocable. We strongly advise you to consult with study advisers prior to any such rewriting.