The bachelor programme consists of the “orientation period”, in which the basic principles, central issues and working methods of the BA programme in English and American Studies are taught, and the modules “Language” (teaches skills regarding the use of the situation-adequate language, text analysis and text production), “Linguistics” (teaches e.g. knowledge about basic concepts and definitions that enable a linguistic description of the English language as well as knowledge about academic working and the history of the English language), “Literature Studies and Cultural Studies” (teaches knowledge about English-speaking cultures and provides an overview of the developments in the history of literature from the Middle Ages to the present time) and minor subjects. To support the mobility of students it is recommended to spend part of the studies at a university abroad. The degree programme concludes with a bachelor thesis.
Latin (DP) - examination has to be passed before the final part of the diploma degree examination or bachelor?s examination