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Studying at the Social and Educational Sciences Department

Menschen, die sich an den Händen halten

Four Bachelor's degree programmes and four Master's degree programmes – the social and educational sciences department offers a wide range of specialisation options and forms of study. In addition to regular face-to-face study, individual degree programmes offer the option of dual, part-time, English-language or continuing education study, so that personal life situations and career goals can be taken into account.

Degree Programmes

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Studiengang Lehrsprache Studienbeginn Bewerbungsfrist
Childhood Studies and Children's Rights (MA) English Winter semester
01.02. – 31.05. (free of admission)
Early Childhood Education (BA) German Winter semester
15.05. – 15.07. (admission restricted)
Early Childhood Studies (MA) German Winter semester
15/06 – 15/10 (free of admission)
MA Social Work with a Focus on the Family German Winter semester
15.05. – 22.06. (NC degree program)
Social Management (MA) German Summer semester
15/12 – 17/03 (free of admission)
Social Work (BA) German, English Winter semester
15/05 – 15/07 (restricted admission)
Social Work | Dual-Digital (BA) German Winter semester
15/06 – 15/09 (free of admission)
Social Work | Part-time Distance Learning Study Programme (BA) German Summer semester
15/12 –15/01 (admission restricted)
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State Recognition as a Childhood Educator

Graduates of our Bachelor's degree programmes at the social and educational sciences department receive state recognition upon separate application.

The basis for state recognition is the Brandenburg Social Professions Act. On the website of the Brandenburg State Office for Social Affairs and Supply you will find all the important information as well as the form for applying for state recognition and for the medical certificate. The leaflet of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the State of Brandenburg summarises the documents to be submitted.

Provincial regulations for social professions

Study Advisory

Do you have questions about the degree programmes in the social and educational sciences department? Then make an appointment with one of our advisors. Are you still unsure about which degree programme suits you and how to organise your studies? Then take advantage of the services offered by the student counselling service!

Study Advisor Early Childhood Education (B. A.)

Dipl.-Päd. Filipe Martins Antunes

Dipl.-Päd. Filipe Martins Antunes

Akademischer Mitarbeiter im Studiengang Bildung und Erziehung in der Kindheit (B.A.)

Study Advisor Social Work (B. A.) and Social Management (M. A.)

Matthias Schreckenbach

Dipl.-Soz.Arb. Dipl.-Soz.päd. Matthias Schreckenbach, M. A.

Akademischer Mitarbeiter für Theorie und Praxis sozialer Arbeit, Familie/Jugend und Studiengangentwicklung Sozialmanagement (M. A.), Lehrplanung

Study Advisor Social Work Dual-Digital (B. A.)

Study Advisor Social Work Online (B. A.)

Prof. Dr. Gudrun Perko

Prof. Dr. Gudrun Perko

Professorin für Sozialwissenschaften mit den Schwerpunkten Gender, Diversity und Mediation

Study Advisor Early Childhood Studies (M. A.)

Prof. Dr. Gerlind Große

Prof. Dr. Gerlind Große

Forschungsprofessorin für Frühkindliche Bildungsforschung
Leiterin PINA-Forschungslabor

Study advisor Social Work with a focus on the family (M. A.)