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Export modules offered by the School of Business and Economics

The School of Business and Economics offers a broad array of export modules. These modules are available to all matriculated students at the University of Marburg, provided arrangements have been made with their departments for the offering of export and import modules. Students are required to adhere to the rules and formal requirements for registration specified in the School's programme and examination regulations. Interested students are therefore advised to take advantage of the consultations offered by the Student Advisory Service of the School of Business and Economics before taking export modules.

Registration

Registration at the School of Business and Economics: if you would like to take part in examinations, you will need to register using single sign-on so that we can activate your online registration for the examination. During the single sign-on, you will be required to select the module package that you would like to complete at the School of Business and Economics and the number of credits. If this changes later on, the Examinations Office must be notified. Please submit the form to the Examinations Office. You can also obtain a TAN list from the Examinations Office for online registration if you have not yet received a list from your own department.

You are required to register for examinations yourself before the deadlines specified by the School of Business and Economics. Please obtain information about School's dates and deadlines in a timely manner, as these will typically differ from those of your department. Late registrations will not be accepted at the School. A user guide for students in other programmes who are interested in registering for examinations can be found here.

The registration form for single sign-on at the School of Business and Economics can be obtained from the Examinations Office.

Export Modules

For the study programs listed below and from summer 2019 on

Study programs:

  • FB 03 (amount of credit points see the respective websites / regulations): B.A. Philosophie, B.A. Politikwissenschaft, B.A. Sozialwissenschaft, B.A. Soziologie, B.A. Vergleichende Kultur- und Religionswissenschaft, M.A. Philosophie, M.A. Politikwissenschaft, M.A. Sozialwissenschaften, M.A. Soziologie, M.A. Europäische Ethnologie/Kulturwissenschaft bzw. Empirische Kulturwissenschaft, M.A. Religionswissenschaft, M.A. Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, M.A. Peace and Conflictstudies, M.A. Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, M.A. Religionswissenschaft. For "International Development Studies" different rules stay in place.  
  • FB 05: Magister Theologiae and Erste Theologische Prüfung in Evangelischer Theologie (24 LP)
  • FB 06: B.A. Geschichte (36 LP), B.A. Archäologische Wissenschaften (36 LP), M.A. Geschichte (24 LP), M.A. Geschichte der internationalen Politik (24 LP), M.A. Europäische Wirtschafts-/Sozialgeschichte (24 LP), M.A. Prähistorische Archäologie (24 LP), M.A. Geoarchäologie (24 LP).
  • FB 09: B.A. Sprache und Kommunikation (12 LP); B.A. Medienwissenschaft (12 LP); B.A. Kunstgeschichte (36 LP); M.A. Linguistik: Kognition und Kommunikation (12 LP); M.A. Medien und kulturelle Praxis (12 LP). 
  • Center for Near and Middle Eastern Studies (FB 10): All programs, up to 36 LP (currently: B.A. Nah- und Mitteloststudien, M.A. Arabische Literatur und Kultur, M.A. Iranistik, M.A. Islamwissenschaft, M.A. Politik und Wirtschaft des Nahen und Mittleren Ostens, M.A. Semitistik und altorientalische Philologie).
  • FB 13: B.Sc. Physik (12 LP); M.Sc. Physik - Vertiefung und Forschung (12 LP). 
  • FB 21: B.A. Bewegungs- und Sportwissenschaften (18 LP); B.A. Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaft (24 LP); M.A. Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaft (12 LP); M.A. Abenteuer- und Erlebnispädagogik (12 LP). 

Exported modules:

Please note: Basic modules are now mandatory (for example "Unternehmensführung" for business administration)! Please read the documentation carefully!

Courses for all other study programs (or for those who started prior to summer 2019)

Export modules can and should be taken in packages of 6-48 credits. To receive 6 credits, students are generally required to complete a lecture and an associated exercise (4 semester hours per week). Current course offerings for the modules can be found in the course catalogue. Detailed information about the content and goals of the individual modules can also be found in the module manuals (available in the download area of the relevant programmes).

Business administration export modules for Bachelor's students
Economics export modules for Bachelor's students
Business administration export modules for Master's students
Economics export modules for Master's students

Module descriptions