Study opportunities  

Study opportunities

Communication and Media Studies


Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Master of Arts (M.A.)


For the bachelor programme knowledge of two foreign languages (first language at least five years in succession of school education or Level B2, second language at least three years in succession of school education or Level A2).

For the master programme: bachelor degree in communication and media sciences or an equivalent programme in a relevant subject (with at least 70 credits), internship of at least eight weeks in a media institution, English B2


The focal content of the programme in Communication and Media Science comprises the following fields: historic and systematic communication studies, empirical communication research and media research, media studies and culture, media education and book science/economy. In the core subject of the bachelor programme, classes from the fields of publicity/public relations, communication management and journalism are also offered. The master programme Communication and Media Science is a consecutive, strongly research-oriented programme. The transdisciplinary, primarily socio-scientific programme essentially teaches students about the structures, processes, content, effects and history of media-based communication, and in addition offers the opportunity of investigating and formulating these aspects using appropriate methods.

graduation admission Studies commencing in study period study guide offer since/at
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Local restrictions on admission W 6 PDF WS 2006/2007
Master of Arts (M.A.) Local restrictions on admission with subject-specific admission requirements W 4 PDF WS 2009/2010

last update: 22.03.2018 

Academic Advisor

Dr. phil. Benjamin Bigl (Bachelor & Master)
phone: +49 341 97-35747

Dr.rer.pol. Michael Schornstheimer (Bachelor)

Lisa Marzahl (Bachelor)
phone: +49 341 97-35734

Rebekka Haubold (Bachelor)

Johannes Gemkow (Bachelor)


Faculty of Social Sciences and Philosophy