With the four-semester Master of Education (Grundschule), you will continue your education to become a teacher - building on the dual-subject bachelor's degree programme. In the school-type based Master of Education programme, you will acquire extensive knowledge and experience in both educational science and school practice. You will broaden your curricular knowledge in the teaching subjects chosen.
This master's degree programme prepares students for a career in primary school teaching. Music students acquire subject-specific practical, artistic, didactic and academic knowledge and skills in a variety of learning fields and gain research insights into core issues of music education and musicology. The degree programme also includes an intensive classroom-based component as part of an 18-week practical unit, in which students can gain teaching experience through shadowing and music lessons in order to reflect on this in the form of accompanying and follow-up seminars as well as through a research project. It is also possible to write a thesis in Music and attend a colloquium.
The regulations are valid up to and including the winter semester of 2025/26. After the winter semester of 2025/26, the amended regulations will also apply to students with studies beginning before the winter semester of 2022/23.
Through diverse modes of instruction and learning (portfolios, presentation days, tutorials), you will learn to conduct independent research at an academic level with professional supervision. Curricular knowledge, subject-specific teaching methods, practical teaching skills and education science-related content are linked closely throughout the programme. The modules 'Inklusion' and 'Schul- und Unterrichtsforschung und ihre Forschungsmethoden' are an important part of this. During the practical phase, students have access to a network of experienced mentors.
The prerequisites above apply to the application. This is an open admissions degree course. Application is only possible in the winter semester for 1st and higher semester. The application deadline for the winter semester is 15th August.
Only for higher semester: The application deadline for the summer semester is 15th February
The Master of Education (Primary school) programme prepares students for a teaching position in primary education. It is a prerequisite for teacher training (Referendariat) and for qualifying as a teacher in primary education. Graduates can also work in private and religious schools, in private tutoring institutes or in schools in other countries. Completing the degree also qualifies students for PhD research.