Computer Science – Vocational-Technical Education
Bachelor of Education; tuition language: German
Bachelor of Education + Master of Education -> Teaching at Vocational Schools
The programme Teaching at Vocational Schools at the Technical University of Darmstadt consists of two connected study programmes:
- first, the Bachelor of Education programme (6 semesters; vocational field of study) and
- subsequently, the Master of Education programme (4 semesters; subject of general education/subject studies).
- In addition to methodical and didactical subjects, complements the programme. practical teaching
Only the completion of both the Bachelor of Education and the Master of Education is equivalent to the first state examination in the state of Hesse and therefore mandatory for the admission to the preparatory period (teaching practice) or the teaching profession.
(opens in new tab)Module Handbook Computer Science
(opens in new tab)Module Handbook Subject-related Didactics
Study Regulations with Semester Course and Examination Schedule*
Additional Semester Course Schedule, Physics, 2017
*When choosing M.Ed. Physics please note: “Import of teaching from physics”.
For enrolment in the complementary teacher training programme, in particular you need to already have a First State Examination or an equivalent qualification such as Master of Education or you must be currently enrolled in a teacher training course (teaching profession at secondary schools, Bachelor of Education, Master of Education).
- Job opportunities for graduates of the Bachelor of Education can for example be found in corporate vocational training institutions, in the field of vocational training studies.
- Entering the preparatory period (teaching practice) for teaching in the broad field of public vocational schools, however, is only possible after having completed the graduate degree programme Master of Education.
Predictions about the future demand for teachers or their employment opportunities are difficult to make as both depend on a number of different factors. This includes, for example, demographic development, the selected combination of subjects or the type of school, the political framework, etc.