The subject Empirical Educational Research forms a mandatory sub-subject of the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) regardless of the subject combination.
Structure of Studies Bachelor of Education
In the field of educational science, a total of 18 ECTS credits (cr) must be completed in the bachelor's degree program in grammar school teaching.
|Elements of Study||ECTS-Credits|
|Basic Module Educational Science||9|
|Elective module Educational Science Bachelor||3|
Modules in detail
Basic Module Educational Science
The Basic Module in Educational Science consists of two courses in the areas of the psychology of teaching and learning, the basic principles of learning, and learning strategies.
Educational Sciences I
|Educational Sciences II |
(Area of learning)
Elective module Educational Science Bachelor
The elective module Educational Sciences consists of a course with study achievements to the extent of 3 ECTS credits.
In addition to the above-mentioned courses, an orientation module must be completed in the Bachelor's program. All of the following elements together have a scope of 6 ECTS credits:
|Elements of Study|
|Internship preparation (University)|
|Orientation Internship (School)|
|Follow-up of the internship (University)|
|Orientation Workshop (University)|
More information about the orientation module can be found on the BiSE page .
In the study area of Educational Sciences, we recommend the following chronological sequence:
|Semester 1 and 2 ||Lecture Educational Sciences II (Learning) |
Lecture Educational Sciences I (Teaching)
|Semester 3 - 5 || |
Orientation Internship (with preparation and
|Semester 5 - 6||Elective module Educational Science Bachelor|
Preallocation (bachelor's students) in courses from the Master of Education
Advanced BA students also have the option of pre-requisite courses from the Master of Education. If you are interested in a course, please contact the office of Empirical Educational Research. If there is still sufficient capacity they can register you for the course.
Please note that all examination credits are stored centrally in electronic form.
This means that you have to register electronically on ZEuS for every course you need a performance record in, offered by the Department of Empirical Educational Research.
Individual examination performances are stored centrally on ZEuS, which means that you will no longer receive certificates for each individual course.