DEPARTMENT OF MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
Contents of degree programme
The degree programme teaches core competencies in the fields of media and communication, management and marketing, and in technology. The degree programme focuses on the areas of technical, media, content and cross-sectoral convergence. Terminal devices such as smart phones and tablet PCs are at the very centre of technical or media convergence. Content convergence revolves around the multiple use of content (e.g. film, PC games, books with similar topics/content), and cross-sectoral convergence is concerned with the blurring of boundaries in the TIMES sector (technology, information, media, entertainment and security). These convergences represent new challenges for companies, with the result that skills in the disciplines of Cultural Studies and Media Sciences, Business Studies and Technical Sciences are rapidly gaining relevance.
Duration: 4 Semester
Level of qualification: Master’s degree programme
Degree: Master of Science (MSc)
Entrance examination: Yes
Language of instruction: English
|Quantitative and Qualitative Methods (for Media Research)||4|
|Organisational Communication and Media Management (OAM)||14|
|Distributed Multimedia Systems (DMS)||4|
|Human Centered Computing (HCC)||8|
|Innovation and Marketing (IAM)||8|
|Gebundene Wahlfächer I|
|Media and Communication (MC)||8|
|Multimedia Systems (MS)||4|
|Innovation, Marketing and Law (IML)||4|
|Gebundene Wahlfächer II|
In order to apply, please (1) log into your student account, (2) go to the tab „Meine Anträge = My Applications” and click on „Antrag zur studienabschließenden Prüfung = Application for the Final Examination”. Our online-portal allows you to change the language, so you should be able to navigate around and fill in the application.
Your online-application is only possible if you fulfill all requirements. In order to apply, you need
- an approved electronic examination-book (ePB) and
- a positively graded Master’s Thesis.
Please consider that the application has to be submitted at least three weeks before the intended examination date. This deadline is obligatory as mentioned in the statutes („Satzung”) of the University of Klagenfurt.
The two areas of examination are listed in your curriculum. These are the following:
- The subject which the Master‘s Thesis has been assigned to and
- a second subject according § 14 (Electives I and Required Subjects excl. Complementary Subjects)
In your online-application, you are also given the possibility to leave comments, such as suggestions for your date of examination etc. As soon as the Programme Director approves of your application, you receive an e-mail in your university e-mail account, which will provide you with your examination date.
You will receive notification of all changes to the status of the application in both your student account and by e-mail. For this reason, please check your mailbox on a regular basis.
Examination Dates 2019
Examinations which mark the culmination of studies
Approved examinations have to be announced. A list of all examinations is available in your Studierenden-Portal under “Links > Studienabschließende Prüfungen”.
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