Content + Structure
Our Bachelor's programme in Business Administration offers students the perfect combination of study and career and prepares you for the complexities of everyday work life. The degree is also the basis for a consecutive master’s degree (MSc) or for possible further education courses.
The degree course in Business Administration deals with internal and external company processes as well as various tasks and functions within the company (marketing, finance and accounting, controlling, human resources, production, logistics, strategy and planning, etc.). Future-oriented questions concerning the orientation of the company as well as the appropriate design of the environment and optimal interaction with the environment are the focus of attention.
The course content ideally combines professional, methodological, social and personal competence. The result is a course of study that is optimally geared to the requirements of a future specialist and a management career.
At the end of your studies:
you have sound basic and specialist knowledge in the various fields of business administration,
you will be able to recognise, analyse, network, and solve economic issues and interrelationships from practical experience,
you have acquired the relevant skills to compete in the digital world successfully,
you also have those skills that are particularly important in 21st century working environments: communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking,
you work efficiently and set the right priorities,
you can reflect on your behaviour and are able to work in a team and manage conflicts,
you are able to work under pressure and adapt flexibly to new situations and requirements.
Study form + duration
The course is modular, i.e. the different topics are dealt with in separate modules. Upon completion of a module, students receive the corresponding ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System). An ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of 30 hours.
A module for which 3 ECTS credits are distributed thus corresponds to a workload of 90 hours.
This workload is divided into teaching hours, preparation and follow-up work (independent studies), the processing of e-learning material, examination preparation, task processing and other examinations.