In the basic part of the studies, the so-called basic modules, the necessary basic knowledge for a business education is laid. The basic modules are therefore completely designed as compulsory modules and contain basic elements from the fields of business administration, economics, statistics, mathematics and law. The subsequent advanced modules serve to deepen the most important areas of business administration in general and accounting in particular for all students.
Students then have the opportunity to specialise in individual fields of business administration according to their individual career aspirations and inclinations. The following business management specializations are available:
- Accounting, Auditing and Taxation
- Banking and finance
- Supply Chain Management and Logistics
- Management and Economics
- Marketing and Analytics
In addition, the Bachelors programme in Business Administration includes a so-called supplementary area, which in turn is divided into the three modules E1, E2 and E3. Area E1 is primarily used to teach key qualifications and combines the practice of presentation techniques and rhetorical skills with the practical application of scientific content in the learning form of a computer-based business simulation. Area E2 offers students a further opportunity to specialise according to their interests. Here, students choose between modules that are supervised by disciplines related to economics, such as business education, business mathematics, business psychology, business languages and business law. In module E3, students are given the opportunity to look “beyond the box” of their discipline and to gain insights into other subjects via events from the programme of the other faculties.