Aesthetic theory and practice are the main focus taught in a transdisciplinary approach. This trains the ability to change your point of view when dealing with different fashion trends and body modification. The curriculum includes for instance classical art history and philosophical aesthetics in addition to analysis of youth cultures or the social impact of fashion and its staging in various forms of media. The programme is rounded off with historical retrospections that take different eras, media and theoretical concepts into account. Based on works of art and popular-cultural phenomena, major aims and objectives of specific time periods are studied. On the webpages of the Office of Student Affairs, you will find additional information such as the examination and study regulations for your degree programme or the applications form for your final paper, such as thesis or dissertation.