Master’s study programmes usually require 2 to 4 semesters of study and lead an additional university degree. The master’s degree builds on the previous bachelor’s degree programme and develops previously acquired skills and career qualifications. The master’s degree programmes, are “more practice oriented” or “more research oriented”. Earning a master’s degree generally allows students to begin their doctoral studies. Once you have passed the master’s examination, the University of Konstanz awards you the academic degree "Master of Science” or “Master of Arts”.
Master's examination regulations
You can access the master’s examination regulations with Adobe Acrobat Reader and download them in PDF format.
Please follow the corresponding link below to view the examination regulations for master's programmes:
Examination regulations for master's programmes of the Faculty of Sciences, the Faculty of Politics, Law and Economics as well as the master's programme in Sport Science and Early Childhood (in German)
Examination regulations for master's programmes in the humanities (in German)
View the regulations including attachments of the individual subjects.
Only the most current versions of your examination regulations and the latest amendments are available. Former versions of our examination regulations can be found in the archive. In regards to specific examination regulation related matters, please consult the relevant departments (the responsible student advisory service) or the Central Examination Office of the university.