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The basic study of history usually covers all epochs and includes sub-areas such as ancient history, historical science or modern and contemporary history. Students learn during their basic studies how to independently and systematically compile and research epoch-specific reference works as well as how to interpret and critically examine historical sources. The advanced modules consolidate the knowledge acquired in the basic studies and sharpen the skills of historical work with regard to social and cultural interconnections. Graduates therefore have a deeper understanding of social and cultural contexts and traditions as well as good linguistic expression skills that can be applied in various fields of activity. These competencies are generally only considered mature with a Master's degree, so a subsequent in-depth Master's program is a good option.