Languages Curriculum

Faculty of Business and Social Sciences - B.A. Degree Courses

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Degree Course

Module

Module Title
B.A. (PO 2020)B14Comprehensive Qualifications / Cross-functional Skills
B.A. (PO 2020) B25.1International Competence: Business & Communication (BE2, IBS, ICC, TOEFL)
B.A. (PO 2020) B25.2International Competence: Language & Business Culture (BE2,BE3,ICC,TOEFL)
B.A. (PO 2020) B25.3International Competence: Languages (BE2, BE3, TOEFL, WS1)
B.A. (PO 2020) B25.4International Competence: Working Internationally  (BE2, IBS, IntEx, ICC)  +++ NOT AVAILABLE IN WS 21/22 +++
B.A. (PO 2020) B25.5International Competence: Asia (KultSOA, IS1, IS2, IntEx)
B.A. (PO 2020) B25.6International Competence: Europe (EurS, BE2, WS1, WS2)
   

    Courses according to the previous version of our exam regulations

    These courses are phasing out. Please contact us to find out about alternatives in the context of PO 2020 (cf. above).

     

    Degree Course Course

    Code

    Course Title

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    BK

    Business English - Preparatory Course

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B142

    Business English I

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B253

    Business English II

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B254

    Business English III

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B255

    Business Spanish I.

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B256

    Business Spanish II

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B257

    Business Spanish - Advanced Course in Business Communication

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B258

    International Studies I

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B259

    International Studies II

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B260

    European Studies

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B261

    Intercultural Communication

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B262

    International Business Simulation

     

    BA (PO 2010/2012)

    B263

    TOEFL Preparation Course

    Faculty of Business and Social Sciences: Options for Graduate Students

     

    MA (PO 2014)

    B07b

    Advanced International Studies

     

    MA (PO 2014)

    B07b

    Strategic Business Communication

     

    MBA (PO 2016)

    B06

    Business English I - Presentations

     

    MBA (PO 2016)

    B06

    Business English II - Meetings and Negotiations

    Faculty of Mathematics and Technology

     

    Degree Course

    Module

    Course Title

     

    B.Sc. Engineering

    Business and Languages

    English I

     

    B.Sc. Engineering

    Business and Languages

    English II

     

    B.Sc. Mathematics

    Languages

    English I/II

     

    B.Sc. Eng./Maths

    Advanced Professional English

    English III

     

    B.Sc. Eng./Maths

    Advanced Professional English

    TOEFL Preparation Course

    Notes and comments

    Unless otherwise stated, the courses listed above build up on the skills the students acquired through their secondary education, in the workplace or through various types of international exposure. This means that coursework and examinations are pitched at CEFR Level B2.

    They focus on skills that are relevant for professional life as well as for internationalizing the students' academic education. Most courses are offered in several parallel sections so as to cater for the students' individual needs and preferences. Please consult our departmental websites for further details or contact Jens Andreas Faulstich for any other information you may need. Enjoy the language components of your studies!

    German as a Foreign Language

    A range of courses in German as a Foreign Language is available for students of all faculties / degree programmes. Please note that degree-seeking students must document their proficiency in German by passing one of the accepted language tests in order to apply for a place at RheinAhrCampus Remagen.

    RheinMoselCampus Koblenz

    Students from RheinAhrCampus are also welcome to take part in language courses offered at RheinMoselCampus if capacities permit. Please note that these courses cannot be used to substitute the courses which are offered in the context of your specific degree courses. However, they may be a great way to prepare for your regular modules, international internships or study abroad projects. Many of them are avaialble in online formats which provide easy access for RheinAhrCampus students. Please contact the coordinator, Dr. Fabian Altemöller, about the details you need.