Societies today are changing faster than ever before. Demographic structures and state institutions are changing, as are technologies and business organisations, but also family models and social identities.
Reasons for this include digitalisation, climate change, the weakening of democratic institutions in various countries, growing social polarisation and global social inequality, violent social and political conflicts, and the resulting migration movements.
Course content & structure
The study regulations define the framework conditions for the study programme. You use the study regulations and module catalogues to plan and organise your studies each semester. The legal framework for this is laid down in the examination regulations.