The modules contain three courses. Students can only be admitted if they take all three courses during the same semester (retakes excluded). Students who are NOT enrolled in a bachelor, master, or exchange programme of the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious studies cannot register directly for PPS modules. Instead, they can apply for admission by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Exchange students from other faculties than PTRS can send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications must contain a separate document in which you (1) inform us about your current studies, (2) explain which module you want to take and why it is relevant to your studies, and (3) describe what you bring to the classroom. The document must be written in English.
You can opt for an internship minor if you are in the third year of your bachelor’s programme, and want to orient yourself on the labor market as part of your education.
|Module||Module code||Courses||Course Code||EC|
|Middle East and North Africa (MENA)||FTR-MI-FI114-19||The Dynamics of Political Pacts||FTR-FIPPSB219||5|
|MENA in International Perspective||FTR-FIPPSB220||5|
|Life Course, Personhood and Identitites in the MENA region||FTR-FIPPSB221||5|
|Ecology and Sustainability||FTR-MI-FI108-19||Ecophiloso-phy in the Anthropo-cene||FTR-FIPPSB201||5|
|Biodiversity and Ecological Co-Existence||FTR-FIPPSB203||5|
|Global Justice and Human Rights||FTR-MI-FI109-19||Global Distributive Justice: An Introduction||FTR-FIPPSBS204||5|
|Philosophy of International law||FTR-FIPPSB205||5|
|Religious and Philosophical Communities and Human Rights||FTR-FIPPSB206||
|Europe and the World||FTR-MI-FI119-20||Philosophical Perspectives on Europe||FTR-FIPPSB302||
|Religious Perspectives on Europe||FTR-FIPPSB303||
|Europe in Contemporary Debates||FTR-FIPPSB304||