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African Studies and Egyptology

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Regelstudienzeit 4 semesters
Studienbeginn Winter semester , Summer semester
Unterrichtssprachen English , Study language
Credit Points / Leistungspunkte

Subject: 90 CP + Master’s Thesis: 30 CP = 120 CP

Course description

This degree programme offers solid training in the methods, theories and working techniques of African Studies and Egyptology through an interdisciplinary approach, leading to a specialisation in linguistics, Egyptology or cultural anthropology. The core focus is the analysis and description of the languages of Africa, including Egyptian, in their social, cultural and historical context.

Course advice

The Departmental Advisors are available to answer subject-specific questions.
You can contact the Interdisciplinary Student Advisory Service if you would like to receive interdisciplinary advice, have specific questions, e.g. about subject combinations, recognition, change of location/transverse entry or graduation - or if you do not know who to contact with your questions.