The Bachelor’s program Management and Economics is divided into two phases with a standard period of study of six semesters. The first two semesters form the basic phase, during which you will acquire fundamental, in particular methodological competences from the field of economics. The four semesters of the standard period of study following the basic phase form the profiling phase. The aim of the profiling phase is to impart advanced knowledge and skills in selected areas of economics. In this phase you should acquire competences which will enable you to solve problems independently in your daily work and at the same time prepare you for a further scientific qualification such as a Master’s degree.
As a rule, a module consists of several courses (e. g. two lectures with exercises) which are thematically related and coordinated. The modules of the basic phase are compulsory (compulsory modules). In the profiling phase, only individual modules are prescribed.
The basic phase extends over the first two semesters and includes the mandatory modules;
- Mathematics for Economists
- Statistics II
- Cost Accounting
- Annual Financial Statements
- Financing and Investment
- Strategic Management
- Markets and Enterprises.
The profiling phase comprises the compulsory modules:
- Value-oriented Business Management
- Business Law
- Application of Economic Knowledge
- Study in General Studies and elective modules.