Institute of Art History


New Bachelor Studies program (as of winter semester 2012/13)

Please find here the new study and exam regulations for the Bachelor studies program, in German language.

Module handbooks for the new Bachelor studies

Chart overview of the new Bachelor studies

Please note:

Master Studies program (as of summer semester 2013)

Please find here the new study and exam regulations for the Master studies program, in German language. 

You can find information on former degree programs (BA 2007, BA 2010 und MA 2010) under Degree Programs.
Under Forms you can download the lecture record form for your lecture attendance (KUG-BA-01.4, KUG-BA-10.5, KUG-MA-02.3).

Master Profile "Museums & Collections"

Master Profile "Museums & Collections"

In the winter semester 2016/17 the University of Tübingen started a new focus area for studies, supported by Baden-Württemberg’s Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts: With the profile line “Museums & Collections” as part of existing Master Studies programs, several subjects in the Faculty of the Humanities and the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences are cooperating with the University of Tübingen Museum (MUT). They offer their students a focus on museum theory, collection science, and practical museum work.

For detailed information on the profile line “Museums & Collections” look here.

Module handbook of the Master profile "Museums & Collections" (updated version - November 2017)

Studien- und Prüfungsordnung des Masterprofils "Museum & Sammlungen" - General part: pp. 432-433, specific part: pp. 434-436 (in German language)

Teacher education program for secondary schools

Teacher education program: Art studies as a minor subject for secondary schools (starting winter semester 2013/14)

Please note: the teacher education program "Art studies as a minor subject for secondary schools" expires, applications for this course of studies are no longer accepted.

The Institute of Art History offers students in teacher training from the winter semester 2013/14 to take Art History as a minor course. The course is free of restrictions. You can find all necessary study and exam regulations below.

In the state of Baden-Württemberg the possible application is very limited: The footnote 8 in the appendix G of the GymPO I states: "This subject does not lead to a teaching permission of this subject in general educational secondary school (Gymnasium) in Baden-Württemberg" (see links to GymPO I below, PDF version: p. 131). That means only in exceptional cases and for a limited time can this subject be taught in schools.

Please consult the documents below for exam regulations, in German language:

Here you can find a list of examiners in Art History as a Minor subject, starting February 2018.
Here you can find a list of examiners in Art History as a Minor subject, starting spring 2020.

General information regarding teacher training courses can be provided by the Tübingen School of Education (TüSE) which is the central scientific organization and integrative platform for teacher trainings at the University of Tübingen.

Further information

Term papers can only be accepted with a completed and signed anti-plagiarism declaration - you can download the form here.

Please pick up your credit paper in time! Student documents like credit papers and graded thesis papers will be available at the administration of the Institute of Art History for two years. After that period we assume that they are no longer of interest for you.

If you have a disability or chronic illness, you should not be at a disadvantage when studying Art History. You can find useful information and a wide range of advising services here.

For questions related to gender equality, the reconcilability of family and your studies, or in cases of discrimination or sexual harassment, you can get advice and support from the Faculty of the Humanities’ Gender Equality and Diversity Committee. You can find contact information here.