The double major Bachelor's degree
If you want to study Protestant Theology and Religious Education, please choose it as your first or second major within the double major Bachelor’s degree programme.
There are four study objectives within the double major Bachelor’s degree. You can choose the following study objectives for Protestant Theology and Religious Education:
The double major Bachelor’s degree programme consists of two sub-programmes (first and second major) and an area of specialisation plus internships and/or school placements as well as a final module. In addition, there are courses in educational sciences and educational psychology when studying for a double major Bachelor’s degree in a teacher training course. The Bachelor’s thesis is written in the final module.
If the double major Bachelor’s degree is studied with the aim of becoming a teacher at a Grundschule, Hauptschule or Realschule, 51 credits are earned in the first major and 45 credits in the second major. In educational sciences and educational psychology 45 credits are acquired. The area of specialisation (12 credits) includes courses with interdisciplinary and action-oriented components to help you develop cross-disciplinary and practical professional competences. 12 credits are earned by completing school placements. The final module includes writing the Bachelor’s thesis (15 credits).
Possibilities of combination
In principle, Protestant Theology and Religious Education can be combined with all other majors of the double major Bachelor’s degree. However, some combinations are only possible to a limited extent, depending on the desired degree.
If you are aiming for the teaching profession, please consult the regulations governing the combination of different subjects [in German only] for the different teacher training courses.
If you are looking for a combination not mentioned here, we strongly recommend that you consult with the programme coordinator for the double major Bachelor’s degree.