Studienverlaufsplan


Um einen Master in Geschichtswissenschaften mit dem Schwerpunkt Women´s and Gender History an der Ruhr Universität Bochum abzuschließen muss sich der Aufbau des Studium am folgenden exemplarischen Studienverlaufsplan orientieren:



Matilda International Core Curriculum:
Module Start: Winter Semester CP
Winter Semester 1 10 ECTS/CP: Foundations in Women’s and Gender History
10 ECTS/CP: Foundations in Historical Methods and Theories
10 ECTS/CP: Compensatory Electives: Historiography/Feminist Theory/Language
30
Summer Semester 1 30 ECTS/CP in Electives, of which up to 10 ECTS/CP Language
Winter Semester 2 20 ECTS/CP: Thesis preparation / Electives
10 ECTS/CP: Electives
Summer Semester 2 30 ECTS/CP:
-Supervision/workshops
-Thesis (submission: June or July)

RUB Equivalent to Core Curriculum:
Module
Start Winter Semester: CP
Winter Semester 1
MA Module II: Women’s and Gender History + Historiography / Feminist Theory
Lecture (Vorlesung)
Advanced Seminar (Hauptseminar)
Research Seminar (Oberseminar)
14
MA Module V: Foundation in Historical Methods and Theories
Advanced Seminar (Hauptseminar)
Research Seminar (Oberseminar)
Advanced Course (Übung für Fortgeschrittene)

Modules can be chosen either from History or Gender Studies, depending on availability.
16
Summer Semester 1
MA Module I: Modern History Lecture (Vorlesung)
Advanced Seminar (Hauptseminar)
Research Seminar (Oberseminar)
14
MA Module IV: Gender History Advanced Course (Übung für Fortgeschrittene)
Exam Preparation (Kolloquium)
Oral Exam
11
Electives (Ergänzungsbereich)
Languages 5
Winter Semester 2
MA Module III: Modern History Research Seminar (Oberseminar)
Advanced Course (Übung für Fortgeschrittene)
Exam Preparation (Kolloquium)
Oral Exam
16
Electives (Ergänzungsbereich) Languages, Gender Studies, et al.
14
Summer Semester 2
Electives (Ergänzungsbereich) Languages, Gender Studies, et al., relevant to the writing of the MA thesis
10
MA Thesis 20
Note:

Students wishing to finish their MA in Bochum and be awarded a Master at the Ruhr-University have to fulfill the following conditions:

Modules I and III or their equivalents from other participating universities have to cover a different time period within Modern History than Modules II and IV or their equivalents (periods to be chosen from Early Modern History, History of the 19th Century or History of the 20th and 21st Centuries). Module V or its equivalent should cover the Field of Women’s and Gender History or Historiography or Feminist Theory.

For example:
Module I: Early Modern History
Module III: Early Modern History
Module II: History of the 20th Century
Modul IV: History of the 20th Century
Module V: Feminist Theory