Bachelor of Restoration-Conservation, Art-Technology and Conservation Science
In the first four semesters the basics of scientific-technological and the artistic-social scientific disciplines are tought. They are characterized mainly by mandatory subjects.
Preferably, in the 7th and 8th semester the study at a foreign partner university or a stay abroad in a museum, in a collection, or the participation in archaeological excavations or international organizations of Cultural Heritage Preservation is scheduled.
In the 8th semester the bachelor thesis is to be completed within the scope of 12 credits. Preferably, the processing of an art work from the collections respectively out of the responsibility of the cooperation partners of the study program is carried out.
This study program profile requires fundamental interest and understanding of cultural, technological and aesthetic as well as ethical questions from the applicants. As the students work from the first semester on collectors items in the studios and workshops of the cooperating institutions, basic knowledge of "handling" the art works are as essential as basic knowledge of conservation and restoration methods.
Since wintersemester 2013/14 students are no longer admitted to the master Programme!