The one-year master's program in Classical Archeology at the Institute of Archaeological Sciences of the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main is followed by a four-year bachelor program. The degree program includes five modules that serve as professional scientists for training as a professional scientist.
The courses and performance requirements aim at the extension of subject-specific knowledge and methodology as well as the practice of good scientific practice, the main focus is on the ability to autonomous and self-responsible work: On the one hand, the students are motivated and instructed, expert observations and considerations to document archaeological objects and convey them to a smaller public. At the same time, the leap from the material level to the complex ancient world of life and the mind should become a natural and strictly reflected exercise for them.
On the other hand, students will be able to move from the learner's side to the teacher's side by teaching in a seminar together with a lecturer. It also enhances the ability to tap into written sources on ancient cultures, including through the acquisition of the Graecum or an equivalent language test in ancient Greek.
Graduates of the degree program have the opportunity to do their PhD in classical archeology.
Admission to the Master's Program Classical Archeology requires:
- a) Proof of a Bachelor's degree in Classical Archeology or in the same field, each with a standard period of study of eight semesters or
b) Proof of a Bachelor's degree in Classical Archeology or in the same discipline, each with a standard period of study of six semesters or
c) proof of at least equivalent degree from a German university or a German university of applied sciences with a standard period of study of at least six semesters or
d) the proof of at least equivalent foreign degree in the same or related discipline with a standard period of study of at least six semesters.
In the cases of b), c) and d), admission may be granted subject to the provision of additional study and module examinations up to equivalency with the bachelor degree program Classical Archeology at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main with a maximum of 60 CP become. In the case of a six-semester degree program, a total of 60 CP must be issued. The conditions are issued in consultation with the Academic Director.
If a first degree with a major in Classical Archeology is available (corresponding to a total of 180 CP), then a Bachelor's degree of 60 CP in the minor subject (not Classical Archeology) is required. In the case of required conditions, the study period is extended to four semesters until the Master's degree is obtained.
- Language requirements: Latin (Latin or equivalent).
The proof of Latin knowledge is provided by:
• the school-leaving certificate or equivalent, or
• Supplementary examination for the certificate of completion (Latinum) or
• the Latin language exam to be taken at the Institute for Classical Philology or Protestant Theology, which completes the language courses offered at these institutes, or
• through comparable tests.
- Letter of application in the scope of 3-5 DIN A4 pages showing the professional aptitude and the reasons for the choice of the Master's Degree Classical Archeology at Goethe University Frankfurt.
- Applicants must attend a counseling interview with an authorized professor in the field of Classical Archeology prior to admission. The talks will take place from 14.-25.9.2015 . Please keep the period mentioned free.
If the application for a Bachelor's degree is not yet available for the Bachelor's degree, the application may instead be based on proof of enrollment and on a special certificate. This must be based on at least 80% of the CP required for the Bachelor's degree, a provisional average grade calculated on the basis of these examinations in accordance with the respective regulations and issued by the authority responsible for granting the certificate.
The examination board decides on the provisional admission.
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Last updated January 3, 2018