Archäologische Wissenschaften / Archaeology (Bachelor of Arts)
Program: Archäologische Wissenschaften / Archaeology
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Program length: 6 semesters / 3 years (180 ECTS points)
The subject matter of the Archäologische Wissenschaften / Archaeology bachelor's program is made up of the material remnants of past cultures. You will receive a broad overview of archaeological methods, genres, epochs, and various specialized disciplines, particularly Prehistoric and Early History Archaeology, Classical Archaeology and Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History.
Starting from the 3rd semester, you will choose your major topic between Prehistoric and Early History, Classical Archaeology or Christian Archaeology and Byzantine Art History, creating the prerequisite for a consecutive master's program (currently Prehistoric Archaeology, Classical Archaeology/Christian and Byzantine Archaeology).
Furthermore, in addition to your major topic of study (= Archaeological Sciences), you will choose an accompanying subject from which you must complete modules totaling 48 ECTS points. Alternatively, you can also choose two accompanying subjects of 24 ECTS points each.
The Archäologische Wissenschaften / Archaeology program is aligned with the professional prospects of the labor market:
modularized education and the incorporation of educational elements outside of the discipline not only create professional qualifications for archaeological professional fields, but also open up possibilities for professional work in fields outside of the discipline, such as journalism, publishing, tourism, management, adult education, etc., by imparting methodological competency. The solid, discipline-specific education simultaneously creates the foundation for advanced (master) programs. Access to scientific fields of work is enabled by the doctorate.
Education certificates General higher education entrance qualification, subject-related higher education entrance qualification, technical college entrance qualification or master’s certificate and comparable certificates from advanced professional training or professional qualifications Certifications of program-specific knowledge and skills to be submitted prior to admission German Skills:
Other language Skills:
Skills of two modern languages, including English or French or Italian. One of the two languages must be certified at Level B1 of the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages", the other language at Level A1.
In the specialization of "Classical Archaeology," basic skills in Latin and Ancient Greek must be certified during the course of study by certificates from universities, schools or open learning institutions on participation in relevant instructional courses within the scope of at least one school year or one course unit.
If the required language skills are not acquired, admission is granted with the condition that they will be certified by re-registration for the 3rd semester.
Restricted admission None
Please note that due to the current health situation related to the corona virus, all personal consultation hours are unfortunately cancelled until further notice.
Technical questions about your application
Content-related questions about the program
Prof. Dr. Rita Amedick
- for the Department of Classical Archaeology -
Room 01 011
Tel.: +49 6421/28 22 354
Prof. Dr. Felix Teichner
- for the Department of Prehistory and Early History -
Tel.: +49 6421/28 22397
Prof. Dr. Beate Böhlendorf-Arslan
- Studienberatung für die Christliche Archäologie und Byzantinische Kunstgeschichte -
Raum 02 006
Tel.: (+49) 06421 28-22347
Formal questions about your application
Tel.: +49 6421/28 22222
Tel.: +49 6421/28 22222
Office hours: Mondays - Fridays 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central European Time)