No, the program is currently not subject to admission restrictions.
No, this is usually not possible, since in the B.Ed. you have to study two equal subjects with a subject didactic component as well as educational sciences and complete school internships, whereas in the B.A. you do not.
With the M.Ed. you also receive the 1st state examination for the teaching profession at grammar schools, thus acquiring a necessary prerequisite for starting a traineeship as a social studies teacher in another federal state in which the teacher training course ends with the degree "state examination" and not "M.Ed. and not "M.Ed.". It is advisable to have the degree additionally recognized by the office of the State Examination Office in Koblenz.
The three modules in the M.Ed. "Civic Education must be completed with a total of two term papers and one oral examination. It is up to you which modules you complete with a term paper and which with the oral examination. However, the oral exam can only be taken after a lecture, whereas the term papers can only be written after a seminar.
You must then present a medical certificate to the study office (contact person Ms. Dagmar McCaslin) in order to obtain an extension of the deadline. You can download the form here.
To answer this question, just look at the annotated course catalog in Jogustine: for all courses, not only for lectures, it is indicated for which module they are designated.
This is probably because you did not pay attention to the module structure when registering: Let's assume that a module consists of a lecture and two seminars. They form the three "module modules" of this module (lecture, seminar 1 and seminar 2 = module). Although you can register for more than one event per module module, you will only ever be admitted to one event per module module! This means: if you indicate several seminars when registering for module module 1 in module x, you will only be admitted to one of these seminars, regardless of the fact that there are still places available in the other seminars. If you wish to attend additional seminars within a module module, you can do so in the following semester, provided that the module has not already been successfully completed by then by attending courses in all 3 module modules and taking the exam.
No. According to the module description, at least two subfields of political science should be covered by the three courses in this module. The subareas AVPS, IB, Economy and Society, and Political Theory are available for selection.
Arzheimer, Kai, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Callaghan, Helen, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Elsässer, Lea, Dr.
Filip, Alexandru, Dr.
Fitzpatrick, Jasmin, Dr.
Franke, Uwe, OStR
Frings, Cornelia, Dr.
Hillen, Sven, Dr.
Huber, Sascha, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Jehle, May, Dr.
Kessler, Johannes, Dr.
Kurella, Anna-Sophie, Dr.
Landwehr, Claudia, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Müller, Barbara, Dr.
Muntschick, Johannes, Dr.
Niehoff, Dr. Mirko
Niemann, Arne, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Plank, Friedrich, Dr.
Pohl, Kerstin, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Reinermann, Holger, Dr.
Schäfer, Armin, Univ.-Prof. Dr.
Schmitt, Annette, Dr.
Steiner, Nils, Dr.
Unger, Doris, Dr.
Unger-Sirsch, Jürgen, Dr.
Wagner, Christoph, Dr.
Zimmerling, Ruth, Univ.-Prof. Dr. (retired)