History Economics and Philosophy of Science 

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Academic Degree




Course Duration


Tuition fee


Summer  :  15 Jan
Winter  :  15 Jul

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Course Details

The interdisciplinary Master program "History Economics and Philosophy of Science / Interdisciplinary Studies of Science" (ISoS) focuses on science-reflective studies and is aimed at working out essential characteristics of science and making them explicit. The goal is the analysis of scientific knowledge Its economic structure and Its integration into the social context in the past and present. The course is aimed on the one hand at bachelor’s graduates in the three basic disciplines of history economics and philosophy and on the other hand at graduates from the natural and social sciences who are aiming for a science-reflective deepening of their studies. The training in the ISoS course qualifies the students for independent research work in the field of science research but at the same time is aimed at imparting important skills for working in various institutions of science administration and science management.


The degree programme is aimed at students of history, economics, ... See More

Mandatory Internship

Internship is not mandatory, but is optional during studies. If possible, we recommend doing an internship.

Exchange Semester

An exchange semester may involve international travel

Mode of Study


Study Format

Not Available

Cost & Fees

Tuition fee


Semester Contribution



The Semester contributions totaling 321.74 EUR must be paid each semester it includes Semester ticket 153.89 EUR, Studierendenwerk 91.00 EUR, NRW - Ticket 58.50 EUR and General contribution 18.35 EUR


Admission Semester

Mode of Application


Approval Mode

Without admission restriction


Entry Requirements

Minimum requirement includes relevant Bachelor degree or equivalent.

Language Requirements




German Language: CEFR


Good to know

Proof of language skills in English and/or German. Sufficient language skills are proven by a relevant academic degree from either a German- or an English-language institution. Sufficient language skills can also be proven by English at the CEFR level of B2 and a level of German of B2. If at the date of application no German language skills can be proven a level of C1 in English is requisite for admission; in that case skills of German at the level of B1 need to be earned during the programme and proven upon receiving the degree

Previous Work Experience

Not Mandatory

Other Test Requirements


Application Documents

Certificate of your professional degree bachelor or diploma or master


Resume cover letter or curriculum vitae

Letter of motivation

Practice practical internships work experience

Language certificates german

Language certificates english


If the Applicants is in the final stages of a study programme confirmation by the registrar's office is Sufficient.

Dates & Deadline

SemesterInternational StudentsEU Students


15 Jan01 Mar


15 Jul01 Sep

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