Course structure

The study program of Science Education and Communication consists mainly of two parts. A subject-specific part that is related to the field in which you want to become a teacher and a profession-oriented part that is focused on the professional competencies of a teacher.

The subject-specific part guarantees the broadening and deepening of the knowledge of the discipline. The profession-oriented part comprises theory (educational science, beta-methodology and subject didactics) and practice in secondary schools. In addition, attention is paid to designing and researching education.

The whole includes five packages. The theory is practice-oriented, while school practice raises questions and raises issues for theoretical frameworks. The programming in the training ensures that these two components go hand in hand. The second year: translation to practice. In the second year, the theoretical framework of educational science, beta-design and subject didactics will be continued. There is now also a translation to practice, with an extensive internship in education. You conclude the program with a design for beta-dulatory education (package 3) and a comprehensive practice-oriented research (package 4 and international research).

Internships and studying abroad

The Master Science Education and Communication offers opportunities to go abroad. Within the Master’s program there is an orientation internship and several follow-up internships. Depending on the chosen specialization, there is often also a company internship within the subject-specific part of the Master's program.