The Bachelor’s programme comprises 180 ECTS credits spread over 6 semesters. In the core and in-depth areas, 90 credits can be earned each. The core area consists mainly of compulsory modules from the fields of business administration, economics, business informatics and law. A total of 9 elective compulsory modules are to be taken in the area of specialisation, which can be selected from the current offer of the Faculty of Economic Sciences according to the module handbook. Of the 9 elective compulsory modules, at least 4 elective compulsory modules from the Faculty of Economics (24 credits) must be taken. In addition, students must take a further compulsory elective module with an empirical case study seminar or specialist seminar, which must be chosen from the field of business administration. In addition, students can freely combine the 9 compulsory elective modules from the Faculty of Economics according to the module handbook. The study programme also consists of two modules, which are assigned to the supplementary area, in which students are taught self-competence, language competence, methodological competence, gender competence and self-competence, as well as basic knowledge from outside and close to the subject (in the form of liberal studies) in corresponding courses.
The Bachelor thesis concludes the scientific education. The Bachelor thesis must be written in German or English.