Bachelor programme / Master programme design: Tech.Tex
From the academic year 2017/18 new admission requirements for school teacher accreditation programme handy craft und textil design are announced.
If you want to start at the location Salzburg, observe the regulation on the admission procedure at the location Salzburg and the deadlines for registration for admissions procedure under www.lehrerin-werden.at
Sign up in time and complete the Self Assessment Test.
Log in time also to the artistic entrance examinations for the desired teaching subject at the respective location.
The teacher training subject "Handy craft and Textile Design" has to be combined
with a second teacher training subject.
The bachelor's program lasts eight and the master's program four semesters.
The bachelor's program serves the specialized artistic, didactic, pedagogical and scientific, educational science and practical teaching basic training as professional training in two subjects for teaching at middle and high schools. The prerequisite is to systematically deal with artistically-applied, scientific and educational contents and methods of the respective subject. The study is based on both the level of appreciation of the arts as well as on the state of research the science involved, referring to the curricula of schools and colleges and the general and holistic educational objectives contained therein.
The aim of the Bachelor's degree in teaching timbered education is the professional education for the exercise of the Magisterium of middle and high schools. A teaching qualification can only be done in consecutive assignment of the corresponding Master's program. Moreover, the bachelor's program more professional fields, such as extracurricular youth education, adult education, cultural and media work, among other things opened.
In addition, the study aims to contribute to personal development and development of social skills of students: Students should be able to perceive and shape artistically-applied and societal developments.
Design and Structure
The eight semester course is modular. A module is a group of teaching and learning content to thematically and didactically meaningful units of study. The names and content descriptions (study objectives) of the individual modules as well as the number of to-reach for each module ECTS credits and the kind of performance assessment are laid down in curricula. The module descriptions refer to the relevant learning outcomes and competences.
The total volume for the Bachelor program teacher training is 240 ECTS credits. This corresponds to a planned study period of 8 semesters. Two subjects have to be completed in a freely selectable combination, educational science and practical study in schools.
The admission examination for the Bachelor's degree in Technical and Textile works consists of the following partial examinations:
1. Presentation of artistic works (portfolio)
2. Communication skills
Mag.phil. Dr.phil. Thomas Ballhausen
Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Rudolf Berger
Dipl.-Ing. Markus Blösl
Michael Dorfer BA. BSc.
Mag.art. Gertrud Fischbacher
Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Corina Forthuber
Univ.Prof. Mag. Mag. Dr. Elisabeth Freiss
Mag. Dr. Silke Birte Geppert
Barbara Gollackner BA.
Mag.art. Dominik Gumpenberger
Mag.art. Victoria Hamberger
Mag.art. Peter Holzinger
Mag. Dr.phil. Gabriele Kaiser-Mühlecker
Dr.techn. Markus Kretschmer
Mag. Christina Leitner
Mag. Ingeborg Mayr-Edelmayer
Stefano Mori MA.
Mag. Erwin-Georg Neubacher
Mag.art. Magdalena Ramsauer
Dr.phil. Ramon Reichert
Mag. Barbara Reisinger
Mag. Dr. Gerda Ridler
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Susanne Roittner-Nething
Dr.phil. Patrick Schaudy
Dr.phil. Eugen Maria Schulak
Univ.Prof. Frauke Von Jaruntowski
Dr.phil. Michaela Weihs
Mag.art. Maria Wengler
Mag.art. Jacqueline Zauner