Institute of Art History

Studies

 

Current courses:

Link to current courses

 

Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs:

New Bachelor’s degree program (as of winter semester 2012/13)

Since the winter semester 2012/13, the new study and exam regulations for the Bachelor’s degree program has applied.

Module handbooks for the new BA degree program

Overview tables for the new BA degree program

New Master’s degree program (as of summer semester 2013)

Since the summer semester 2013, the new study and exam regulations for the Master’s degree program has applied.

You can find information on the older degree programs (BA 2007, BA 2010, and MA 2010) under “Degree programs” on the left-hand navigation bar.

There you can also find certificates to document your attendance of lectures under “Forms” (KUG-BA-01.4, KUG-BA-10.5, KUG-MA-02.3).

Master’s profile “Museums & Collections”

In the winter semester 2016/17, the University of Tübingen started a new study concentration with the support of Baden-Württemberg’s Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts: With the profile line “Museums & Collections” within already existing Master’s degree 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 thereby offer their students a concentration on museum theory, collection science, and practical museum work

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

Here you can find the current courses offered in the Master’s profile during the winter semester 2017/18.

 

The teacher education program for secondary schools "Art Studies as a minor" expires, it is no longer possible to commence these studies. You can find information on the program here.

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

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.