Relevant Bachelor's degree programme from the spheres of the Humanities, Cultural Studies, or Social Sciences and Business Studies
; a relevant Bachelor's degree programme completed at a University of Applied Sciences; or a degree programme of equivalent academic value completed at a recognised post-secondary educational institution.
Students who have successfully completed a Bachelor's degree programme assigned to the groups of Engineering Sciences, Natural Sciences, Medical Sciences, or the Arts, must demonstrate that they have acquired an adequate level of knowledge in the following areas:
- Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Science and Technology in Society worth 8 ECTS credits, e.g. History of Technology, Philosophy of Technology, Sociology of Technology, Technology Assessment, Participatory Processes and Civic Participation, Technology and Science Communication, Environmental System Sciences, and the like, and
- Fundamental Methodological Principles worth 8 ECTS credits, particularly from the Theory of Science, Philosophy, or subject-specific methodologies, and
- Fundamental Principles of the Social Sciences worth 8 ECTS credits, particularly from Sociology, Political Science, Law, Business Studies, Anthropology, Geography, History or Cultural Studies