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Faculty of Teacher Education
Bachelor Secondary School Teacher Training Programme (General Education) according to the curriculum 2015 (240 ECTS-Credits, 8 semesters)
INFO Subject History, Social Studies and Political Education
Compulsory Modules (100 ECTS-Credits)
  COURSES Compulsory Module 20: Interdisciplinary Skills (5 ECTS-Credits)
Prerequisites for registration: The prerequisites specified by the respective curricula must be met.
Learning Outcome: This module aims at advancing and expanding the study programme by acquired additional qualifications.
Courses corresponding to 5 ECTS-Credits must be chosen from the Bachelor or Diploma Programmes offered at the University of Innsbruck, however not from the other teaching subject. With regard to the professional practice it is recommended to pursue advanced studies in sociology, political science and gender studies. For further information about courses click COURSES.
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UE Philosophy of Science "Everything turns": Contemporary history between science, journalism and literature in the works of Claus Gatterer (UE / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Joachim Gatterer
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Master's Programme Secondary School Teacher Training (General Education) according to the curriculum 2018 (120 ECTS-Credits, 4 semesters)
INFO Subject History, Social Studies and Political Education
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UE Philosophy of Science "Everything turns": Contemporary history between science, journalism and literature in the works of Claus Gatterer (UE / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Joachim Gatterer
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Faculty of Philosophy and History
INFO Bachelor's Programme Classica et Orientalia according to the curriculum 2015 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
Elective Module from the Bachelor's Programme History (20 ECTS-Credits)
From the curriculum for the Bachelor¿s Programme History, published in the University of Innsbruck Bulletin of 18 June 2015, issue 72, no. 500, in the resp. valid version, the modules 2-22 can be chosen.
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UE Philosophy of Science "Everything turns": Contemporary history between science, journalism and literature in the works of Claus Gatterer (UE / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Joachim Gatterer
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INFO Bachelor's Programme History according to the curriculum 2015 (180 ECTS-Credits, 6 semesters)
The following Compulsory Modules covering 75 ECTS-Credits must be passed.
Compulsory Modules (75 ECTS-AP)
Compulsory Module 8: Reflections (10 ECTS-Credits, 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of compulsory module 1
Learning Outcome: Understanding of questions relating to the philosophy of science through reading and discussing suitable classical or innovative texts of historiography resp., knowledge of developments in research and criticism of paradigms.
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UE Philosophy of Science "Everything turns": Contemporary history between science, journalism and literature in the works of Claus Gatterer (UE / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Joachim Gatterer
Details of this course
INFO Minors (Complementary Subject Area)
Minors (Complementary Subject Areas) (30 ECTS-Credits)
Minors für Bachelor's Programmes at the University of Innsbruck
Minor: Language - Space - Society (30 ECTS-Credits)
Prerequisites for registration: The minor "Language - Space - Society" covering 30 ECTS-Credits may be selected by regular degree students of bachelor's programmes at the University of Innsbruck, if the respective curriculum provides the possibility to pass a minor. The individual modules and courses of the Minor "Language - Space - Society" may be studied, providing the availability of places.
Learning Outcome: Graduates of the Minor "Language - Space - Society" know the basic theories and methods of sociolinguistics, human geography, European ethnology, history or sociology. They understand language as a social phenomenon and can recognise, reflect and analyse processes of social transformation in the context of their socio-spatial anchoring. They know about the importance of social and regional spaces for the development of social relations and cultural conflicts. They are able to describe and critically question the mutual relationship between language, space and society on the basis of scientific methods and theories. They can relate the knowledge they have acquired to their own field of study and thus expand their ability to reflect on social processes.
Elective Modules (30 ECTS-Credits)
From the following elective modules, modules covering altogether 30 ECTS-Credits are to be selected, whereby module 1 or module 2 or module 2 as well as module 3 or module 4 are to be selected in any case. - Students of the Bachelor's Programme German Philology may not select module 1. - Students of the Bachelor's Programme Geography may not select module 3. - Students of the Bachelor's Programme European Ethnology may not select module 4. - Students of the Bachelor's Programme History may not select module 5. - Students of the Bachelor's Programme Sociology may not select module 6.
Elective Module 5: Society and History (10 ECTS-Credits; 4 h)
Prerequisites for registration: none
Learning Outcome: Students have exemplary knowledge of the worldwide interconnections of historical developments and the interdependencies between historical micro and macro levels. They can substantiate and critically discuss the special epistemological opportunities of global or small-scale perspectives on history on the basis of selected examples. Furthermore, they are able to argue the linkage of empirical research to questions in the theory of science or to social and political framework conditions on the basis of central paradigms.
622034
UE Philosophy of Science "Everything turns": Contemporary history between science, journalism and literature in the works of Claus Gatterer (UE / 2h / 5 ECTS-AP)
Joachim Gatterer
Details of this course

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