The Department of Socioeconomics offers a broad range of master’s and bachelor’s programs. It is also still running a number of master’s and other programs that are being phased out. The Department moreover offers courses for other programs (minors, teacher training, etc.). One of the outstanding features of the Department of Socioeconomics is that it allows you to study without an Abitur.
See “Studies” for more information about:
- degree programs offered by the Department;
- programs taught in English;
- studying without an Abitur; and
- academic support (scholarships, awards, society of friends and supporters, emergency funds).
The Socioeconomics Academic Office, which forms part of the Faculty administration, can answer all of your study-related questions.