Compulsory Modules (90 ECTS-Credits)
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Compulsory Module 1: Introduction to Classical Philology (5 ECTS-Credits; 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: The graduates of this module know the structure and course of the Bachelor's study programme. They are able to reflect subject-specific occupational profiles and develop an awareness for the profession of a teacher. They have gained first insights into the epochs of Greek-Roman literature and their main texts. They have gained an overview of the history and working techniques of classical philology and have basic knowledge in the field of tradition history. They have gained insights into the methods of text criticism and know the elements of text-critical editions. They are able to apply appropriate strategies for literature research, acquire the skills of quoting and writing bibliographies. They are able to elaborate argumentative structures of shorter scientific contributions and to present results verbally and in writing.
Compulsory Module 6: History of Greek Literature (5 ECTS-Credits; 4 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: The graduates of this module have gained a systematic overview of Greek literature and basic knowledge of Greek culture and history. They know the main authors and their works and are able to relate them to their historical and cultural context. They have fundamental knowledge of the literature-historical epochs, their characteristics and their aesthetic concepts. They are familiar with essential characteristics of literary genera and can locate texts within genre traditions. In this context, they have a basic awareness of reception processes and their roles in the origin of literary works.
Compulsory Module 14: Bachelor's Thesis (5 ECTS-Credits; 2 h) (no courses)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of Compulsory Modules 11 and 12
Learning Outcome: The graduates are able to find secondary literature for the selected topic and to deal with it critically. They are able to take a stand on a research question and support their opinion with arguments. They are able to reflect their approach methodically and to test their arguments` coherence. They are able to present interim results of their work in the form of a presentation and to use the following discussion for further elaboration.

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