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Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science is aimed at students who have an interest in learning the operational context and problems associated with a modern national economy. The faculty seeks students who are highly-motivated, dedicated and have the desire to commit to a variety of activities, including language courses, internships, work-study jobs, study abroad and career preparation programs. Throughout their studies, we also expect them to participate in other extracurricular activities, such as mentoring programs, the student council and tutoring programs. Moreover, the faculty aims to attract students who can serve as active members of the faculty and make a contribution themselves formatively (i.e by attending guest lectures, participating in workshops, completing course evaluations and attending other events).

The Bachelors degree commences in the winter semester. The degree program is subject to an admission restriction. First semester applicants have until July 15th each year to apply. A few weeks before the semester begins, the faculty offers incoming students a preparatory course in mathematics to help them in updating their basic knowledge. At the conclusion of the preparatory course, orientation week begins for the incoming students. During this week, new students are guided by more senior ones, and get to know not only the university and its institutions, but also fellow students and are also able to establish contact with their future lecturers and professors.

The Bachelors degree takes six semesters to complete and is divided into the basic and profile study.


Basic Study (Modules 1-7)

Within the framework of the basic (major, core) courses classes are offered that are typically included in economic science degrees. These are supplemented by related disciplines such as sociology, EDP/IT or empirical economic research. In addition students acquire key skills in the fields of presentation technology, planning and project management, as well as in presenting and mentoring. In order to meet the demands of an internationally recognized degree, proof of English proficiency is also mandatory.

Basic course of study
1   Modulee 1: Methodological Principles   Module 2: Markets and Sales   Module 3: Production and Employment
5,5 C
5,5 C
4 C
Consumer Soziology
Markets and Competition
6 SWS 12 C   Planing and Project Management 2 SWS 4 C
2     Presentations Techniques 2 SWS 3 C   Production Management
Industrial Sociology
5,5 C
5,5 C
Module 4a: Accounting and Finance I   Module 5a: Economic Theory I  
Cost Accounting and Controlling
4 SWS 7,5 C   Microecomomics 4 SWS 7,5 C  
3   Module 4b: Accounting and Finance II   Module 5b: Economic Theory II  
Financial Mathematics
Investment and  Finance
4 SWS 7,5 C   Macroeconomics 4 SWS 7,5 C  
Module 6: Management and Organization   Module 7: Information and Data Analysis  
Organizational Soziology
6 SWS 12 C   Information Management 3 SWS 5,5 C  
4   Business English 2 SWS 3 C   IT Based Methods
Empirical Economic Research
4 C
5,5 C


Profile Study (Modules 8-12)

For the profile (advanced) courses indepth knowledge is attained in specialized fields of application. Students can choose between the following fields of study: business administration, business administration and sociology, business administration and economics. In total eighteen specializations are offered within the faculty.

Profil course of study based on example of business field of study
4   Module 8a: Business Focus I   Module 8b: Business Focus II  
Business 4 SWS 7,5 C   Business 4 SWS 7,5 C
5   Module 8c: Business Focus III   Module 8d: Business Focus IV   Module 9: Complement I
Business 4 SWS 7,5 C   Business 4 SWS 7,5 C   Private Law 4 SWS 7,5 C
  Module 11: Wissenstransfer  
Scientific Working
2 C
2 C
6       Moderation and Consulting
Project Seminar
3 C
3 C
Module 10: Complement II Module 12: Bachelor  Thesis
Economics or Sociology 4 SWS 7,5 C     Bachelor Thesis

11,5 C
3,5 C


Within the framework of the different fields of study, there are several advanced courses (Modules 8a bis 8d) and courses for Complement II (Module 10)

Advanced courses in the various fields of study
Business Economics Sociology
  • Business Information Management
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • International Management
  • International Accounting and Auditing
  • Investment and Finance
  • Management Accounting and Control
  • Marketing
  • Operations Research
  • Production und Logistics
  • Strategic and International Management
  • Technology Management
  • Applied Economics
  • Economic Policy
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Public Economics
  • Innovation and Technology Sociology
  • Economic and Industrial Sociology


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Dr. Jessica Donato
Geschäftsführerin der Dekanatsadministration / Fakultätsmanagerin Studium und Lehre
Tel.: 0231 755-4617

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