Study structure

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A degree program consists of modules that are defined in the examination regulations and described in more detail in the module handbook. In terms of content and time, it makes sense to study these modules in a certain order. For each degree program, there is a sample study plan that shows you an ideal typical course. If you study in this way, you will be able to complete your studies in the standard period of study. This is not always possible, so there may be individual deviations from the suggested sequence. When planning, you should bear in mind that not every module is offered in the winter and summer semesters and that some modules necessarily build on each other or have other participation requirements. The student advisor will support you in the individual organization of your studies.

The study components of English/American Studies comprise the area of culture and language, which includes the sub-subjects of country and cultural studies and intercultural communication, linguistics and literary studies, and language practice. In Economics, it is Business Administration and Economics with selectable specializations such as Marketing and International Management, Private and Public Management, Financial Markets and Financial Management, Ecological Economics, or Geography and Economics. 

In addition, there are key qualifications in communication, methods and organization, some of which are taught in the area of culture and language, but which are also offered in special modules - in economics, for example, mathematics and statistics are indispensable. During the course of study, students are required to complete an eight-week internship in Germany or abroad. Alternatively, it is also possible to study at a university in an English-speaking country. 
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