In the bachelor degree program, you can study media and communication science as your major or as a minor. You will learn about the theoretical fundamentals and the current status of the research in the subject. And you will be taught the methodologies of empirical social research. The introductory modules for the major and minor subjects begin in the fall semester.
UZH - Department of Communication and Media Research - FAQ
What do I have to do? Is it possible to book lectures for the module group 'Anwendungen in kommunikationswissenschaftlichen Kernbereichen'? Can I compensate modules I already completed in my earlier studies? What is the scope of the BA thesis and what should be taken into account when booking the thesis module?
Attention this process only applies to you if your supervisor is part of the new OLAT process. Whether the process will be conducted through OLAT is a decision of the chair. Your Professor uses the OLAT process for the final theses which is completely digital downloading the topic and submitting the thesis. Please find all necessary information below.
Part of a Bachelor's or Master's program involves writing a thesis that treats a subject in the student's degree program in a scholarly manner. The fact sheets below provide general information on the procedure from registration to submission. Fact sheet for Bachelor's theses in Informatics. Fact sheet for Master's theses in Informatics.