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Courses offered in English regulary

winter semester

  • Germany: an introduction: 10 ECTS - BSc/ MSc
  • Research project or research methods (different topics every year): 12 ECTS or 6 ECTS - BSc
  • Specialisation courses (different topics every year): 6 ECTS - BSc
  • Research methods (different topics every year): 6 ECTS - MSc*
  • Specialisation courses (different topics every year): 12 ECTS - MSc
  • Theories and Concepts of Risks: 6 ECTS - MSc*
  • New Approaches to Development Geography: 6 ECTS - MSc*
  • Earth System Science: 6 ECTS - MSc*
  • Intercultural & Moderation Skills: 3 ECTS - MSc* (non-graded)
  • Academic Writting Skills: 3 ECTS - MSc* (non-graded)
  • Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response: 6ECTS - MSc
  • Risk Management and Governance: 6ECTS - MSc
  • Research Project/ Practical Training (continued): 6 ECTS - MSc

 

summer semester

  • Research project or research methods (different topics every year): 12 ECTS or 6 ECTS - BSc
  • Specialisation courses (different topics every year): 6 ECTS - BSc
  • Research methods (different topics every year): 6 ECTS - MSc*
  • Specialisation courses (different topics every year): 12 ECTS - MSc
  • Advanced Debates on Risk & Human Security (2 Seminars 6 ECTS each): 12 ECTS - MSc
  • Research Project/ Practical Training: 6 ECTS - MSc

(courses marked with * are Master courses which can be attended by 3rd year Bachelor students)

 

Additional courses offered in English (winter semester 2018/19)

  • Research methods: Introduction to Dendroecology (6 ECTS, BSc) 
  • Research methods: Introduction to ethnographic methods (6 ECTS, BSc)
  • Research project: Earth observation and Sustainable Development Goals (12 ECTS, Bsc)
  • Research project: Global Environmental Change and Earth Surface Progresses (12 ECTS, Bsc)
  • Specialisation course: Introduction into Geographies of international networks (6 ECTS, BSc)
  • Specialisation course: Introduction to Political Ecology (6 ECTS, BSc)
  • JM 3 Research Methods I: Advanced methods in natural hazards  research and geomorphology (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • JM 3 Research Methods I: Flood risk analysis and mapping – quantitative and qualitative analysis (6 ECTS, MSc) 
  • JM 3 Research Methods I: Participative approach, participative enquiry (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • JM 3 Research Methods I: Participatory Project Planning & Evaluation in development contexts (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • JM 3 Research Methods I: Selected Topics in Environmental remote sensing: Tools and Aplications (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • M3c Specialisation course I: ArcticAlpine Ecosystems (12 ECTS, MSc)

 

Additional couses offered in English (summer semester 2019)

  • B 11 Physical geographic Project: Interdisciplinary perspectives on recent dynamics of mountain regions (12 ECTS, BSc)
  • B 5 Specialization I: Introduction to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (6 ETCS, BSc)
  • B 8 Methods I: Vulnerability mapping using GIS (6 ECTS, BSc)
  • JM 5 Advanced Debates on Risk and Human Security: Ecosystem based adaptation to DRR and CCA (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • JM 5 Advanced Debates on Risk and Human Security: Risk and Vulnerability - Current Debates in a Human Geography Perspective (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • JM 5 Advanced Debates on Risk and Human Security: The nature of Environmental Hazards (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • M 2b Research methods physical geography: Climate reconstruction through time-series analyses (6 ECTS, MSc)
  • JM 6/7 Joint Research Project: Using Geographic Information Systems in the context of disaster risk reduction (18 ECTS, MSc)
  • M 4a/JM 6/7 Research Project Development and Globalization: Rhineland postcolonial (18 ECTS, MSc)

 

 

Complete course list BSc Geography summer semester 2019

Complete course list MSc Geography summer semester 2019

 

Complete course list BSc Geography winter semester 2018/19

Complete course list MSc Geography winter semester 2018/19

 

In German courses you have the possibility to make your assessment (oral presentation, paper, report) in English.

Please refer to the electronic university calendar Basis to get detailed information about the courses (time, room number, course content, etc.). How to use Basis to select courses...

 

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