Name of the Master's Programme: Management
Degree: Master of Science (MSc)
Programme duration: 4 semesters
Beginning of programme: Winter and summersemester
Admission requirements: Admission
Application: Application process
Application deadline: May 1st to June 15th (for the winter semester) and October 1st to November 15th (for the summer semester)
The start of the application period was postponed unscheduled due to the Corona pandemic.
Language of the programme: German
General information: What is it all about?
The Master's programme in Management enables students both a wide range of knowledge in all areas of business management and a high specialised education. In addition to new academic developments in business management students will acquire the ability to reflect and analyse every entrepreneurial decision with their relevant economic consequences through integrated courses provided in the programme.
They will attain the ability to solve complex economic problems and to perform leadership functions. Their studies will qualify the students for plenty of different management functions.
Students have to perform 120 Credits in four semesters. The programme is divided in a course phase (1st – 3rd semester) and the master's thesis (4th semester). During the programme the students deepen their knowledge in the field of management and leadership. Thereby they have many possibilities to individualise and focus their studies. To perform 120 credits students have to pass “Pflicht-“, “Wahlpflicht-“ and “Wahlmodule” as well as the master's thesis:
- 1. Mandatory courses (30 ECTS)
- 2. Specialization in management (24 ECTS)
- 3. Elective seminars and projects (12 ECTS)
- 4. Quantitative methods (6 ECTS)
- 5. Electives (18 ECTS)
- 6. Master's thesis (30 ECTS)
By selecting your courses carefully, there is the possibility to select two minors (from the list of eight options), which will be stated on your degree, as long as you successfully complete at least 24 ECTS in each minor.
- a. Information management
- b. Organization and development
- c. Human resources
- d. Production and logistics
- e. Corporate management and controlling
- f. International business
- g. Resource and energy management
- h. Strategic management
Sufficient German and English language skills are required.
Management students will be able to work in all classical areas of business studies. They will attain the ability to solve complex economic problems and to perform leadership functions.
Graduates can be employed in all management and controlling departments to design planning and controlling systems. In addition, Management students can take on tasks in the area of logistics, human resources and organizational matters.