The degree programme lasts four semesters and consists of the following modules: M A: Theory-related analysis of inclusive education models, processes and institutions, M B: Diagnostics and intervention in case of special upbringing and educational needs, M C: Action skills in inclusive education, M D: Research methods and their application, M E: Empirical research and evaluation, M F: General education / social pedagogy. Some courses are held in English, if this has been advertised beforehand. Moreover, students can choose between elective subjects (e.g. psychology, sociology, etc.) or they can do a subject-relevant work placement of a maximum of eight weeks corresponding to full-time employment within the framework of the elective subjects. Students also have to write a master's thesis. A study abroad semester is also possible.
The requirement for admission to the master’s programme is a bachelor degree in education or other subject-related bachelor degree or a universities of applied sciences bachelor degree or other equivalent degree from a recognised Austrian or non-Austrian postsecondary educational institution.