Arts, Gender, Research
Supplementary studies offer the opportunity to acquire useful in-depth knowledge and skills voluntarily - within the framework of and in addition to the curricular studies. The supplementary study Arts, Gender, Research aims at an in-depth examination of the topics of gender / gender relations at the intersections of art and science. "Masculinity" and "femininity" are understood as attributions that - depending on the cultural context - are subject to historical change.
Which courses take place as part of the supplementary courses?
The current course offerings are announced each semester.
How do I register for individual courses?
Registration takes place via MOZonline. If external university courses are taken as part of a supplementary course, registration must also take place at the organizing university (e.g. Paris Lodron University Salzburg).
How are the supplementary studies recognized and certified?
Certificates obtained for supplementary studies can be used twice:
In the case of a sufficient number of certificates for the basic or advanced module (12 ECTS-Credits each) of the respective study supplements or for the study focus.
As part of the free electives (provided they are not compulsory subjects of your own degree program).
How is the certificate issued?
Certificates for supplementary studies at the Mozarteum University Salzburg:
After completing the required 12 ECTS-Credits for the basic module or advanced module, the courses must be entered in the course list and sent together with individual certificates in PDF format by e-mail to the respective head of the study supplement for verification. After the review, the head of the supplementary course must forward the documents to the Study and Examination Management for the issue of the certificate. The certificate must be collected from the Servicepoint of the Mozarteum University Salzburg, Mirabellplatz 1 after it has been issued.
The supplementary study program Arts, Gender, Research aims at an in-depth examination of the topics of gender / gender relations at the interfaces of art and science. It is based on the insight of feminist research, among others, that gender and gender relations are not natural or unchangeable, but rather social constructions that can be shaped. "Masculinity" and "femininity" are understood as attributions that - depending on the cultural context - are subject to historical change. By implementing gender-specific teaching in the curricula, universities are fulfilling the university objective (§ 1 UG) of working towards a humane and gender-equitable society.
Die Studienergänzung Künste, Geschlechter, Foschung besteht aus einem Basismodul (12 ECTS-AP) und einem optional zu belegenden Aufbaumodul (12 ECTS-AP). Sie richtet sich an alle Studierenden der Universität Mozarteum.