MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS

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Master's Degree Programmes

Programmes University Degree Course Duration
Ancient History and Classical Studies MA 4
Applied Geoinformatics MSc 4
Applied Image and Signal Processing MSc 4
Catholic Religion Education M. Theol. 4
Chemistry and Physics of Materials MSc 3
Classical Archaeology MA 4
Classical Philology Focus on Greek Philology MA 4
Classical Philology Focus on Latin Philology MA 4
Communication Science MA 4
Copernicus Master in Digital Earth Msc 4
Data Science MSc 4
Digital Communication Leadership MA 4
Ecology and Evolution MSc 4
Educational Sciences MA 4
English Language Sciences MA 4
European Union Studies MA 4
Geography MSc 4
Geology MSc 4
German Language Sciences MA 4
German Studies MA 4
History MA 4
History of Art MA 4
Human-Computer Interaction MSc 4
Informatics Dipl.-Ing. 4
Jewish Cultural History MA 4
Law and Economics LLM. oec. 4
Linguistics Language Sciences MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Comparative Literary Studies MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in English and American Studies MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Greek/Latin MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Romance Studies MA 4
Literary and cultural studies specialization in Slavonic Studies MA 4
Mathematics MSc 4
Medical Biology MSc 4
Molecular Biology MSc 4
Musicology and Dance Studies MA 4
Philosophy MA 4
Philosophy at the Faculty of Catholic Theology MA 4
Political Science MA 4
Political Science - Integration & Governance
MA 4
Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Clinical Linguistics MSc 4
Psychology MSc 4
Religious Studies MA 4
Romance Language Sciences MA 4
Slavonic Language Sciences MA 4
Science and Technology of Materials MSc 4
Soziology MSSc 4
Sports-Management-Media MSc 4
Sport Science and Kinesiology MSc 4
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    The paper "The disabling effect of social policies on organizational career management" by Astrid Reichel (Professor for Human Resource Management at PLUS) et al. was awarded the Emerald Best International Symposium Award at the 2019 Academy of Management Meeting, which is the largest and most important management conference in the world, with over 10,000 participants.
    Univ.Doz. Dr. Dr.h.c. Jasmine Dum-Tragut received the medal on 31 October at the closing event of her curated exhibition "Far from home - fates of Armenian prisoners of war in the First World War" at the Genocide Museum Institute in Yerevan, Armenia.
    The Salzburg historian, Christina Antenhofer, was recently appointed a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (Historical Class).
    For the Winter Semester 2019/20, the University of Salzburg appointed five new professors: Michael BLAUBERGER, Univ.-Prof. for Politics of the European Union, Political Science and Sociology (+ DZ SCEUS); Alexander SOKOLICEK, Univ.-Prof. for Classical Archeology, Classical Studies; Ulrike GREINER, Univ.-Prof. for Professional Research and Teacher Education with special reference to subject didactics, School of Education; Margit REITER, Univ.-Prof. for European Contemporary History.
    Social education between help, control, punishment and coercion
    From 5 to 22 November, 2019, Südwind, in cooperation with the University of Salzburg, invites experts to the join in the topic of global inequalities and offers a diverse program: 13 events of the series "REDUCE INEQUALITIES think globally - act sustainably" from different perspectives with global issues and their interaction with the local and individual levels.
    An international conference, 13 - 15 November, 2019, organized by SALZBURG MUSEUM and theUNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG, Conference Director: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christoph Kühberger.
    Date: 14.11.2019 // Time: 18: 30h s.t. - 20: 00h // Location: Hörsaal 207 of the Faculty of Law,the University of Salzburg // Churfürststraße 1 // A-5020 Salzburg // (access signposted)
    Priv-Doz. Dr. Matthias Kropf will give a guest lecture on the subject of "Phylogeographical Studies of selected Steppe Plants in the Pannonian and Western Pontic Region" on 15 November, 2019, at 14:00 in HS 421 of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34. The Department of Life Sciences invites you to attend!
    Margit Reiter, new professor for European Contemporary History at the Department of History since WS 2019, presents her new book "Die Ehemaligen" in HS 381, GesWi, Rudolfskai 42, on 20 November.
    The FB KoWi cordially invites you to attend a guest lecture on “How News Use is Changing Across the World”. Richard Fletcher - Reuters Institute, University of Oxford.
    The annual interdisciplinary Fachtagung des Wissensnetzwerks Recht, Wirtschaft und Arbeitswelt will take place on Thursday, 21 November, 2019, on the topic, "Work Anytime and Anywhere... Mobile Work and its Consequences" at the Edmundsburg.
    As part of the lecture series, Geschichte im Gespräch, and the lecture "Fundamentals of Medieval History (Christina Antenhofer)", Thorsten Hiltmann (Münster) will give a lecture on 26 November, 2019, at 09: 00h in HS 380 on Medieval Heraldry between Cultural History and New Digital Methods.
    THURSDAY, 21 Nov.: LECTURES (08.30-19:00h) at Wissenschaft & Kunst, Bergstr. 12a, KunstQuartier, Studio 1.OG // FRIDAY, 22 Nov: EXCURSION (08:30-16:00h) Memorial Concentration Camp Ebensee, memorial Mauthausen. Departure: At 08:30, from Unipark Nonntal, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1.
    The Department of Slavonic Studies would like to cordially invite you, together with the cultural center DAS KINO, to the fourth part of our successful cinema series of East and Central European films. The film club "Slawistyka, Slavistika, Cлавистика" presents award-winning current Polish, Russian and Czech films with social and political themes.
    28 to 30, November, 2019 - Unipark Nonntal, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1, 5020 Salzburg, Department of Music and Dance Studies, Dance Studio, Room 2.105, 2nd floor.
    The Department of Linguistics invites all interested parties to participate in the 45th Austrian Linguistic Congress. The event will take place on the 6th and 7th of December, 2019, at the Unipark Nonntal. The registration deadline has been extended until 07.11.2019. See the programme for registration fees.
  • Veranstaltungen
  • 14.11.19 Symposion "Wirtschaftliche Betrachtungsweise"
    14.11.19 Maibaum 4.0 – Unsere kulturelle Zukunft am Land
    14.11.19 Salzburger Museen und Sammlungen - Geschichte vor Ort. Geschichtsforschung und Geschichtsdarstellung im Salzburger Freilichtmuseum. Von einer Hausübertragung bis zur Dokumentation des frühen ländlichen Fremdenverkehrs in Salzburg
    14.11.19 Salzburger Juristische Gesellschaft
    14.11.19 Group Singing: Positive Intervention in the Lives of People with Parkinson’s / Positive Auswirkungen des Chorgesangs auf Patientinnen und Patienten mit Parkinson
    15.11.19 Symposion "Wirtschaftliche Betrachtungsweise"
    15.11.19 Group Singing: Positive Intervention in the Lives of People with Parkinson’s / Positive Auswirkungen des Chorgesangs auf Patientinnen und Patienten mit Parkinson
    15.11.19 Phylogeographical studies of selected steppe plants in the Pannonian and Western Pontic region
    20.11.19 Die Collage als Schnittstelle disparater Ebenen Teil II
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