The Faculties of the Philipps-Universität Marburg
Almost all scientific disciplines, with the exception of the engineering sciences, are represented at Philipps-Universität Marburg. The different disciplines are assigned to different faculties (formerly 21, today only 16, cf. Development of Schools and Subjects).
- FB 01: Faculty of Law
- FB 02: Faculty of
Business Administration and Economics
- FB 03: Faculty of
Social Sciences and Philosophy
European ethnology / humanities; philosophy including ethics; political science including social studies, politics and economics; religious science; sociology; cultural and social anthropology; peace and conflict research.
- FB 04: Faculty of Psychology
Methodology and IT; general and biological psychology; pedagogical and development psychology; differential psychology and psychological diagnostics; clinical psychology and psychotherapy; social, work and organizational psychology
- FB 05:
Faculty of Protestant Theology
Old Testament; New Testament; church history (including Christian archaeology and Byzantine art history; history of the Eastern Church); systematic theology, social ethics, history of religion; practical theology (including the Institute for Church Construction and Contemporary Ecclesiastical Art).
- FB 06: Faculty of History and Cultural
Prehistory and early history; classical archaeology; ancient history; medieval history; recent history; Eastern European history; social and economical history; historic auxiliary sciences and archive science; Japanese studies; sinology.
- FB 09: Faculty of German Studies and History of the
German language studies of the Middle Ages; modern German literature and media; German linguistics; Linguistic Atlas of Germany; musicology; history of art; Foto Marburg graphic archive; graphic design and painting.
- FB 10: Faculty of Foreign Languages and
English and American language studies; classical language studies; oriental studies and linguistics (ancient oriental studies, Indology and Tibetology; Semitic studies; comparative linguistics); Roman language studies.
- FB 12: Faculty of Mathematics and Computer
Pure mathematics; applied mathematics; computer science
- FB 13:
Faculty of Physics
Astronomy; Biophotonics; Biophysics; Complex Systems; Experimental Semiconductor Physics; Many Particle Physics; Molecular Solid State Physics; Neurophysics; Optics; Quantitative Biology; Quantum Chaos; Surface Physics; Theoretical Semiconductor Physics
- FB 15: Faculty of Chemistry
Analytical chemistry; inorganic chemistry; biochemistry; chemistry for teaching professions and sciences; macromolecular chemistry; organic chemistry; physical chemistry and radiochemistry; theoretical chemistry/computer applications in chemistry.
- FB 16: Faculty of Pharmacy
History of pharmacy; pharmacology and toxicology; pharmaceutical biology; pharmaceutical chemistry; pharmaceutical technology.
17: Faculty of Biology
Cell biology; microbiology; genetics; environmental protection; ecology; special botany and mycology; plant physiology and photobiology; animal physiology; special zoology and the evolution of animals; developmental biology and parasitology.
- FB 19: Faculty of Geography
Cartography; cultural geography; physical geography; geology
- FB 20: Faculty of Medicine
Human medicine; dental medicine; human biology; physiotherapy.
- FB 21: Faculty of Education
Education; theory and methodology of education in schools; sports science; motology.