A Master of Arts or MA is a graduate degree typically earned after a program of study of the fine arts, humanities, social sciences or other, similar concentrations. These programs tend to last one to two years.
Students who pursue a Master generally spend one to two years in the enhanced study of their chosen field. This program is taken after receiving a bachelor’s degree, and available areas of study include science, law, technology, finance, social sciences and the arts.
Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.
The Master's program "International Economics and Public Policy" is an interdisciplinary program jointly run by the Political Science and Economics Departments of the Uni
The Master's program "International Economics and Public Policy" is an interdisciplinary program jointly run by the Political Science and Economics Departments of the University of Trier.
The program combines application and research-oriented courses. Students are trained to get an in-depth understanding of current topics and research in comparative and international political economy by using qualitative and quantitative advanced social science research methods.
Students can choose among a wide range of topics related to, e.g., problems of international economics, governance of the European Union, or current developments in Asia.
The Master's program "International Economics and Public Policy" is a two-year full-time program consisting of 10 modules....
Dealing with current issues of governance and government requires a deeper understanding of contemporary policy and governance challenges in different parts of the world.
Dealing with current issues of governance and government requires a deeper understanding of contemporary policy and governance challenges in different parts of the world. This Master's program covers two major world regions, the European Union and East Asia. Students will learn to analyze how these regions adapt to often disruptive and transformative economic and political changes. The European integration experience, EU decision-making, and key EU policies are analyzed and compared with institutions of regional cooperation in East and Southeast Asia as well as with East Asian approaches to key policy fields such as economic and security issues. Furthermore, contemporary issues of global governance and the roles of both the European Union and China in global governance will be analyzed by students....
In-service blended learning studies with a focus on marketing, management and IT. Study language: German (minimum level C1 required)
Part-time studies focusing on marketing, management and IT
How do we reach current and future customers via all relevant channels? How do we tell them about these channels stories that inspire them? How do we optimize our website so that customers find us? How do we design display and AdWords campaigns? And what are we doing on Facebook, Twitter
The program is currently in the program accreditation, which is expected to start in October 2018.
Content and specialization - to suit your interests and plans
The contents of the online marketing degree program are as varied as the occupational fields in which the acquired competences can be used. The master's program combines application-oriented knowledge in the areas of marketing management, strategic communication and information technology....
Looking to build your future in the screen industries? Met Film School is the perfect place to turn your passion into practice. Working closely with leading industry prof
Looking to build your future in the screen industries? Met Film School is the perfect place to turn your passion into practice. Working closely with leading industry professionals, we offer you a career-focused, cutting edge, practical learning experience. This MA course focuses on the creative, technical and industry skills you need to develop documentaries and factual programming across the contemporary media landscape.
MA DOCUMENTARY & FACTUAL
One-year full-time postgraduate course.
For students who are passionate about the various ways to shoot and document reality in today’s world and who want to produce content that offers new insights, promotes compassion and awareness about a specific subject.
Create a portfolio of work, including two core projects (documentary and/or factual programs) with accompanying creative development and pitch documents, a promotional teaser trailer, an industry project for an external client, and a series of creative exercises.
Gain the valuable skills for a career in the screen industries.
Extra-occupational study with a focus on digital journalism, cross-media content production and media management, study language: German (minimum level C1 required)
Part-time studies focusing on digital journalism, cross-media content production and media management
The future of journalism is digital. In the information world of today, the media genres print, TV and radio and online are growing ever closer together. Anyone who still wants to work successfully as a journalist in a few years - whether as a freelancer or as an employed editor - therefore needs a variety of skills and competencies. Media makers need to master the cross-media production and multimedia content preparation, be able to communicate across all channels and have knowledge of media management, media management and media technology. All this on the basis of the classic journalistic craft, which is based more than ever on the methodological research, on the user-oriented content creation in all forms of representation and on the basic media ethics and media law knowledge. The European networked course New Media Journalism takes all these requirements into account. The extra-occupational Master program opens up concrete perspectives for the participants in order to shape up-to-date journalism and master the digital media change....
Part-time studies with a focus on corporate communications, marketing and PR, study language: German (minimum level C1 required)
Part-time studies with a focus on corporate communications, marketing and PR
Website and corporate blog, customer magazine and social media channels, print advertisements and online banners - corporate communications, public relations and marketing are just as multifaceted as complex fields of work today. In order to attract the attention of customers and consumers to successfully establish their own brand and build long-lasting customer relationships, companies and other organizations need to align all their communication efforts. Activities of corporate publishing and traditional public relations work require a consistent content marketing strategy that ideally uses the means of brand storytelling. Customers can be approached in this way at different touchpoints and accompanied on their entire customer journey. The degree program Corporate Media (formerly Corporate Publishing) of the Leipzig School of Media (LSoM) provides specialists from communication and marketing departments with the necessary skills to master these challenges in times of digitization within three semesters....
Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences
Our tourism program is a master's program in business administration with a specialization for the tourism industry. We combine the components strategy and development in
Our tourism program is a master's program in business administration with a specialization for the tourism industry. We combine the components strategy and development in a unique manner.
Program - Tourism Development Strategies (TDS)
School - School of Business Studies
Starts in - Winter semester
Admission - free
Length of study - 2, 3 or 4 semesters
Credit points - 60-120 ECTS
Degree - Master of Arts (M. A.)
Main language of instruction - English
The tourism industry is a dynamic and complex branch of industry which poses several challenges. We offer you the Tourism Development Strategies program in three variants, differing in length. Depending on the scope of the previous academic study, the accredited master's degree can be obtained in two, three or four semesters:...
Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences
Energy transition, e-mobility, Industry 4.0 or information superhighway - many current issues of our time can only be mastered with specialists in electrical engineering.
Energy transition, e-mobility, Industry 4.0 or information superhighway - many current issues of our time can only be mastered with specialists in electrical engineering. If you are interested in just one of these applications in the fields of energy, automation or telecommunications, then you are in good hands with a degree in electrical engineering! And even more: with a modern campus right on the Baltic Sea, the fun is not too short!
Degree Program - Electrical Engineering - Master (ETM)
Faculty - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Start of studies - summer semester and winter semester
Approval - approval-free
Duration of study - 3 semesters
Creditpoints - 90 ECTS
Degree - Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Lecture Language - German
So after your bachelor’s you’d like to take a shortcut to the top? Then apply now for our Master of Arts in Business Management and Development! You can study for this fo
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Language of instruction
German or English
With German as the language of instruction:Full-time studies, dual work–study model or distance learningWith English as the language of instruction:Full-time studies or dual work–study model
With German as the language of instruction:Every summer or winter semesterWith English as the language of instruction:Every winter semester
So after your bachelor’s you’d like to take a shortcut to the top? Then apply now for our Master of Arts in Business Management and Development! You can study for this four-semester, officially recognised degree in English, either full-time or with the work–study model. You’ll quickly strengthen your academic profile, opening doors to excellent career options and salary prospects....
The interdisciplinary Master programme European Public Administration is run in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Kehl and provides students with a thor
The interdisciplinary Master programme European Public Administration is run in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Kehl and provides students with a thorough understanding of the administrative, legal and social structures in Europe. Graduates from this two-year programme receive a Master of Arts degree in European Public Administration that is highly recognised throughout Europe.
Graduates have excellent career opportunities in EU institutions, international organisations, the European affairs departments of ministries, local governments, trade organisations and large private enterprises.
Top MAs in Germany 2019. Contents of the degree program
Basic module: The Americas/Las Américas
Compulsory elective module: Spanish language practice(Español avanzado)
Compulsory elective module: English language practice
Compulsory elective module: Area and region (Raum und Region)
Compulsory elective module: North American studies
North America: Culture & literature
Latin America: Culture and literature (América Latina: Cultura y literatura)
Compulsory elective module: Migration (Migration)
Compulsive elective module: Human rights(Menschenrechte)
Compulsory elective module: Latin American Studies (Estudios latinoamericanos)
North America: Politics & society
Latin America: Politics and society (América Latina: Politica y sociedad)
Project module: The Americas/Las Américas
Publishing and journalism
In political education or in intercultural fields of work at the intersection of business, politics and culture
Teaching and research
Semester(s) abroad (information only available in German)
Partner universities of the Institute of English and American Studies (information only available in German)
Partner universities of the Institute of Romance Studies (information only available in German)
The idiomatic element of language: construction grammar, valency theory, research on collocation and idiomaticity.
Contents of the degree programme
The FAU Master of Arts English Studies is a degree programme with a focus on research. It offers an in-depth study of the English language and the literature and cultures of Great Britain and Ireland (as well as other English speaking countries). The course of study is modularised and encourages a specialisation in one of the two following fields:
Specialisation Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
The idiomatic element of language: construction grammar, valency theory, research on collocation and idiomaticity
Foreign language teaching: lexicography, grammar, contrastive linguistics, speech perception and production, literacy development, bilingualism and bilingual education
First and second language acquisition and research on learner language
The English language: history and variation
A research-oriented MA program with an area-specific profile in which cultural and literary developments in the USA, Canada, and the Anglophone Caribbean are analyzed
Contents of the degree programme
Interdisciplinary project module
Publishing and Librarianship/Journalism
Fields of work at the intersection of business, politics and culture
Teaching and Research
Semester(s) abroad highly encouraged
Partner universities of the Department of English and American Studies include Georgia State University (Atlanta), University of Georgia (Athens), University of Kansas (Kansas), Minnesota State University (Mankato)
A first, above-average academic degree in American or English Studies (GPA equivalent to the German “gut”, i.e. up to 2.5; grades between 2.5 and 3.5: successful interview required). Students who have received a degree in English Studies need to present proof of a significant focus on literature and culture classes, preferably with America-related content, with their record of transcripts; 2-3 page essay on a topic that will be published on our homepage.
Development Economics and International Studies
Contents of the degree programme
International Economics I + II
Development Economics I + II
International Business Ethics I + II
Research Methods I + II
Regional modules (varies from year to year):
Economic Development of the Middle East I & II
Research Seminar on Iraqi Economy
Business & Society in Latin America
An Introduction to Population Studies: Southern Africa
Introduction to the Chinese Economy
China’s Economic Imbalances
The Economy of the United States
Development Issues of Mexico
Economia, sociedad y politica en el mundo iberoamericano
Elective Modules (varies from year to year):
Sustainable Development and National Strategies
Politics in Non-European Regions
Human Rights and Human Rights Policy
Work and Organization
Comparative Analysis of Societies
Leading positions in public institutions, non-profit organizations and corporate development and collaboration.
Teaching and research in development economics
Partner universities of the Institute of Economics
First university degree (Bachelor’s, Diplom or equivalent) in economics. Applicants with a degree in a related subject must submit proof of a strong focus on economics and quantitative methods in their previous studies.
Grade point average of 2.5 or better (in the German marking system). If the average mark is between 2.51 and 2.75, there can be a selection interview.
Good English proficiency required (C1 Level)
Proof of German proficiency is not required; however, we strongly recommend German proficiency at CEFR A2 level as a minimum
Sound knowledge of English (CEFR C1)
The M.A. program in Human Rights is an interdisciplinary and international postgraduate degree program offered at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. It is directed by P
The M.A. program in Human Rights is an interdisciplinary and international postgraduate degree program offered at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. It is directed by Professor Heiner Bielefeldt, Chair in Human Rights and Human Rights Politics and former UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief (2010–2016), Professor Markus Krajewski, Chair in Public Law and Public International Law, and Assoc. Professor Michael Krennerich, Chair for Human Rights and Human Rights Politics.
The M.A. Human Rights addresses the growing importance of human rights in all areas of society and academia. The course program covers fundamental challenges as well as current issues. It pursues an interdisciplinary approach by taking the political, philosophical and legal dimensions of human rights into account. Graduates of the program will be equipped with theoretical and practical skills to pursue professional activities in various human rights contexts....