Spring term

Courses

Tipe

Exam

Hour / semester

Credit

Prerequisites

Compulsory courses

Equal Treatment and Prohibition of Discrimination

lecture

colloquium

15

4

 

Constitutional Interpretation

lecture

colloquium

15

4

 

Compulsory elective courses

Citizens’ Rights in the European Union and the European Convention of Human Rights

lecture

colloquium

7

2

 

The Right to Property and Related Economic Rights; Labour Rights as Human Rights

lecture

colloquium

14

4


 

The prohibition of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; European Criminal Law

lecture

colloquium

15

4

 

Freedom of Religion and the Status of Churches in Europe

lecture

colloquium

15

4

 

Communicative Freedoms in the European Union and in the European Convention of Human Rights; Privacy Protection in the EU and Council of Europe

lecture

colloquium

14

10

 

International and European Refugee Law

lecture

colloquium

7

6

 

Right to Justice; Human Rights and  the Sociology of Jurisdiction

lecture

colloquium

22

6

 

The Right to Liberty and Security

practice

PM

15

4

 

Elective courses

Transitional Justice

lecture

colloquium

15

4

 

Human Rights and Private Law relations

practice

PM

15

4

 

The Right to Peace

practice

PM

7

2

 

Environmental Protection in the European Union

practice

PM

7

2

 

Business and Human Rights

practice

PM

7

2

 

           

Thesis degree

 

 

 

6

 

Total:

 

 

87-89

30

 

Sum-total credit:

 

 

 

60

 

*Please note that non-elective courses give 8 credits, one has to collect 12 credits via compulsory elective courses and another 4 credits have to be collected via elective courses. With the 6 credits of the degree thesis a total of 30 credits have to be collected. For the Absolutorium you have to collect all credits, at least the submission of the Title of the degree thesis (subject selection form) is essential.