This programme lasts for four semesters and involves 28 teaching modules at weekends with a total
of 40 semester hours (600 teaching units). A tutored, written, master’s thesis is to be completed. In line with the conditions
of a related directive from the federal ministry with responsibility for the universities, graduates will be awarded the academic
title of a Master of Arts – MA (educating/curating/managing).
ECM is a postgraduate, extra occupational degree
course for people, who are involved in the presentation and communication of real or abstract content and wish to deepen and
extend their capabilities. Such persons can include scientists, museum and exhibition curators, artists, art and cultural
communicators, media designers, and specialists in the PR, marketing and design field.
ECM develops criteria for
the quality, success, and both the content-related and economic argumentation of exhibitions and presentations, and their
communication with regard to optimum transfers between the product and the public. ECM qualifies for goal-oriented and
efficient project concepts, production, communication and evaluation. ECM offers practical experience on a profound theoretical
basis and sees itself as a training platform for innovative projects with a maximum of 26 students.
ECM is part
of the Institute for Art and Cultural Sciences and Art Pedagogics and provides a team of teachers from all theoretical and
practical areas from both national and international institutions.