The master’s programme Culture, Aesthetics and Media teaches academic and design skills explored in further depth in the following sub-areas: physical education and experience, fine arts, music, literature and aesthetic practice as well as performative arts. You also learn how to handle (new) media professionally as a cross-disciplinary skill.
Alongside this in-depth practical experience, you acquire the necessary expertise – in an interdisciplinary and application-oriented way – to develop cultural, media and social science theories.
The programme promotes especially communicative, transcultural, intergenerational and creative skills as well as the ability for interlinked and interdisciplinary thinking.
Under professional supervision, you work independently in projects and teams to approach culture, aesthetics and media – and their interdependencies – in theory and practice. We explicitly encourage you to choose your individual specialisation within the programme.
This master's programme
- qualifies you for an innovative area which is currently growing, both in society and the employment market,
- concentrates the creative potentials to acquire new forms of expression,
- combines holistic social, academic and creative competences,
- gives you the opportunity for self-employment.
Special competences and topics:
- fine arts
- literature and aesthetic practice
- body and performance
- cultural studies
- performative arts
Generally, all professions in which cultural work is linked with social issues are open to graduates of this master’s programme. Especially relevant are professions which include development and planning, management and administration, research, advisory tasks and mediation in (socio)cultural and media contexts.
Possible professional fields are:
- public (cultural) administration, cultural management
- work in cultural and educational institutions
- administration and management of social education and (socio)cultural facilities
- independent cultural work
- journalism, public relations and publishing
- media engineering and new media
- cultural education in social contexts, cultural pedagogy
- work in research, academic career (doctoral studies)