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The Faculty of Human Sciences, founded in 1994, is located at the Golm and Neues Palais campuses. Structurally and in research and teaching, the faculty focuses on Cognitive Sciences, Educational Sciences and Health Sciences. The interdisciplinary academic work concentrates on language, action and behavoir, health, recreational and high-performance sports, school and classroom, and life-long learning. The existing potential in health sciences and prevention will be used to further craft the faculty's profil. Teaching at the faculty is subdivided into the departments psychology, linguistics, sports and health sciences, educational sciences, and teacher education. The Faculty of Human Sciences plays a central role in the educational training of teachers from all faculties. The programs European Master in Clinical Linguistics, Experimental and Clinical Linguistics, and Clinical Exercise Science, funded either by the EU or the German Academic Exchange Service, evidence the increasingly focus of teaching at the faculty. The faculty mediates between theory and real life in many ways, such as through its various centers for psychotherapy and speech therapy as well as a university outpatient clinic.