Students are recommended to do a professionally oriented internship amounting to 6 ECTS credits within the framework of the elective module 4.
The master’s programme lasts four semesters and concludes with a master's thesis and a 2-part master’s examination. The first part of the master’s examination relates to all compulsory elective modules, practical courses and elective subjects and must be done in the form of examinations about modules or about courses. The second part of the master’s examination (overall examination before a committee) consists of the chosen area and one of the specialisations. To support an interdisciplinary character of the studies students can also choose the specialisation from a different area. To apply for the examination before the committee (second part of the master’s examination) students have to prove that they have passed the first part of the master’s examination and a pass grade on the master’s thesis.