track General Information
MA students enrolled in the Arts, Culture and Media degree programme are offered an interdisciplinary curriculum, which highlights the inter-related nature of contemporary arts worlds.
By combining an arts specialisation with a professional framework, students gain critical knowledge about the specifics of particular arts disciplines such as film, music and theatre, while also gaining skills through exposure and experience with a professional framework, which is necessary for working into today's rapidly changing professional arts worlds. In the one-year Master's programme, we offer four specialisations:
Arts Discipline Specialisations:
- Music, Theatre and Performance Studies
- Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media
Professional Framework Specialisations:
- Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship
- Arts, Cognition and Criticism
Students choose six modules of 5 EC (30 EC in total), combining either 20 EC in the an Arts Discipline with 10 EC in a Framework, or 20 EC in a Framework and 10 EC in an Arts Discipline. These courses are taken during the first semester. During the second semester, students write their MA thesis (20 EC) and apply for an internship (10 EC).
Note: As of September 2018, the four specialisations will be offered as separate Master's tracks. The content of the courses and the structure of the programme will remain the same.