During the Culture and Communication Master’s Degree Programme, you obtain the ability to perform complex cultural analyses of art, media and everyday phenomena. You will receive instruction in areas such as cultural theory, cultural history and cultural politics, always with current issues in mind.
You will focus on communicating theory and practice, and you will work with aspects of cultural communication connected with museums and other cultural institutions or radio, TV or the internet.
The aim of the two year programme is for you to
- gain a theoretical, practical, historical and current understanding of modern culture. Modern culture is defined as both a broad everyday cultural concept and as a more narrow aesthetic cultural concept
- obtain tools for analysing the conflicts and oppositions of late modern society
- become familiar with modern means of communication and the administration of tradition and cultural institutions
- become skilled at communicating and administrating cultural phenomena in a globalised and mediated society
- be able to combine theory and practice
- participate in project-based courses
- become able to pursue your specific interests and immerse yourself in the writing process when completing your thesis
With a Master in Culture and Communication, you will have obtained the academic and professional skills which enable you to perform a wide variety of tasks within cultural or corporate institutions. You may work as a cultural planner or project developer, at museums, or as a cultural entrepreneur. You may also work as a diversity or environment consultant or with communication and information.