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M.A. Caritas Science and Values-based Management

University of Passau    Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Part time October MA 4 semesters (2 years)

About the course

Caritas Science and Values-based Management is concerned with the practice of charity in the spirit of Christian altruism. Do you want to gain a level of socio-political competence that allows you to be an effective advocate for the Disadvantaged? Do you volunteer for charitable causes? Do you want to ensure that the decisions and actions you take in a social, pedagogical, pastoral or administrative role are ethically sound? Studying Caritas Science will enable you to supplement your first degree with a social-theological specialisation. Depending on your final mark, this Master's degree also permits access to doctoral studies.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a first degree, gained on the basis of a degree programme with a standard duration of of three year's full-time study, with a final result of 3.5 or better according to the German marking system, or ranked among the best 50% of their cohort, in Business Studies, Christian Religious Education, Economics, Education, Medicine, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Education, Social Work, Theology or a related discipline. As this programme is entirely taught in German, you need German language skills at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).


87 euros per semester (student services contribution)

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Where will I study?

Where is University of Passau


Student Profile(s)

Christian Nieberle

Why did you choose the programme?
I like that we deal with business ethics and the current moral challenges of our society.

Why did you decide to study in Passau?
Passau offers a study environment in which one enjoys all the advantages of a multicultural city.

Elisabeth Hainzl

Why did you choose the programme?
Christian social ethics are an important part of the programme – that appealed to me instantly.

Would you choose the programme again?
I would choose this master's programme again, because I can study it part-time alongside my work. And the lecturers know us by name.

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