To complete the Transatlantic Studies programme, students have to acquire a total of 120 ECTS credits, defend their Master Thesis and successfully pass the final State Examination. The following compulsory courses represent 76 ECTS credits.
|Academic Writing||Government in United States|
|American Society Since WW2 II||Government in North America II: Canada and Mexico|
|American Thoughts and Thinkers||Introduction to the US Legal System: European Perspective|
|European Comparative Politics and Society||Issues in United States National Security Policy|
|EU-US Relations: Political Security and Socioeconomic Perspectives||Transatlantic Issues - U.S. and British Security Policies Compared|
|Geopolitical Importance of Central Europe||The US and Europe after the Cold War|
|Economic Transformation in the post-Soviet Area||US and EU National Security Policy: A Comparison|
Remaining 44 ECTS credits can be earned by participating in optional and elective courses offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences.
For a detailed information on the TS programme please visit the Faculty's website.