To complete the Balkan, Eurasian and Central European Studies programme, students must acquire a total of 120 ECTS credits, defend their Master Thesis and successfully pass the final State Examination. The following compulsory courses represent 72 ECTS credits.
|Conceptions and Interpretations of Balkan History||Economic Transformation in the post-Soviet Area|
|Concepts and Interpretations of Central European History||Introduction to History, Politics and Society of Eastern Europe|
|Conceptions and Interpretations of Russian History||M.A. Thesis Seminar for BECES I, II|
|Eastern Europe Today I, II||Methodology and Academic Writing Seminar|
|Ethnic Issues and Territories in Eastern, East Central and Southeastern Europe||Political Systems of East European Countries in the 20th Century|
|Economic Transformation in East Central and Southeastern Europe||Political Systems of East European Countries Today|
A further 24 ECTS credits are gained by successfully passing the compulsory Czech Language courses (Czech Language for BECES I - IV). The remaining 24 ECTS credits can be earned by participating in optional and elective courses offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences. Students are recommended to take at least one elective course in Czech.
For detailed information on the BECES programme please visit the Faculty's website.