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Overview of the degree courses

The partial degree program in engineering primarily prepares its graduates for a technical teacher´s career at elementary, common or special needs schools. For this purpose, two courses of studies have to be completed, leading to the degrees "Bachelor of Arts" (6 semesters) and "Master of Education" (4 semesters). In each of such degree courses, the subject "Engineering" can be studied (Partial degree program in "Engineering").

"Engineering" as a partial degree program

Engineering can be studied as a partial degree program within the following courses of studies:

Degree courseDegreeBeginningMedium of instructionNote
Educational sciencesB.A.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2013 Examination regulations; discontinued
Educational sciencesB.A.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2015 Examination regulations; as of 2015/16 winter semester
Elementary school teaching professionM.Ed.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2013 Examination regulations; discontinued
Elementary school teaching professionM.Ed.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2015 Examination regulations; as of 2015/16 winter semester
Common school teaching professionM.Ed.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2013 Examination regulations; can be started in the 2018/19 winter semester for the last time; discontinued as per 30 September 2021
Teaching profession at High schools with a focus on secondary level I coursesM.Ed.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2015 Examination regulations; as of 2015/16 winter semester 
Special education teaching professionM.Ed.WiSeDeutschpursuant to 2014 Examination regulations

Due to the reforms of the teacher training during the past years some degree courses are discontinued and replaced by new ones. For this purpose, please observe the corresponding notes.

Enrollment in the first semester respectively is possible for any degree course that is not discontinued and for the "Common school teacher training". For enrolling in degree courses please also observe the  Central directives, such as e.g. possible subject combinations, application deadlines, etc.