This bachelor degree programme allows flexibility. It is systematically attuned to the competencies required by the employment market. It provides scope for individuality, fosters the mobility of the students and is internationally recognized. The degree requires 180 ECTS credits. Fulltime students typically gain these in six semesters. A variety of elective modules and one guaranteed lesson-free day per week allow the student to tailor the course to suit his or her individual interests and needs.
Part-time students gain the 180 ECTS credits in eight semesters, following a set schedule of two afternoons and evenings and a Saturday morning per week. See Teaching hours (part time programme).
The degree course consists of an assessment stage followed by developmental and consolidation studies.
Assessment Stage and Experience Abroad
In the interest of the student, and to ascertain whether the programme can be successfully completed, an initial assessment stage requires the mastering of fundamental business studies subjects. If these are passed within the given time the student qualifies for the mandatory experience abroad.
Personalised Developmental and Consolidation Studies
Apart from a sound mandatory education in business, research methods and business communication a variety of courses can be selected from a broad range of electives. This allows the tailoring to personal wishes and aptitudes. Similarly, choice of major, minor and the practice-oriented projects and final Bachelor thesis enable enhancement of preferred profiles.
Selection of a Major
International Management provides its students with an excellent education, both in depth and breadth. A key feature is the selection of a major in a chosen field, which can lead to the first rungs on the career ladder or entry to a Master degree.
- Extended Major: Banking & Finance (English or German)
- Accounting/Controlling (German)
- Auditing (German)
- Corporate Communication (German)
- Finance (English or German)
- Human Resource Management (German)
- Marketing (English or German)