EUR 19,500 (excluding travel expenses & cost of living)
02 March 2017
In order to succeed and proceed to higher management positions the combination of technical and economic knowledge is gaining importance. Experience with legal issues is an additionally sought after asset. This proofs that there is an increasing demand for employees with special knowledge in engineering, business management, marketing and jurisprudence.
In future technicians, lawyers and managers will be specialists not only in their field of expertise but also the respective complementary fields such as marketing, business management, law and engineering. In areas where economists, lawyers and engineers work together on the same level, either at the top of small and medium sized companies or in units of big companies, a well qualified engineering manager provides expertise and solutions to bridge existing interfacial gaps. This MSc Program offers graduates from engineering schools the chance to extend and deepen their knowledge of economic and legal issues as well as it provides education in technical sciences for business managers and legal experts.
Contents The aim of this MSc Program is to develop an advanced understanding of important management principles and practices in connection with developing and implementing engineering projects in order to enable engineering managers to widen their knowledge and understanding of current and future engineering management issues. The combination of theory, praxis and real life cases ensures that the newly gained knowledge can be put directly into practise. In case studies, actual cases from your current working fields are analysed, learned methods applied and put into practice. This will enable active participation in
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This program is intended for persons with a basic knowledge of engineering, intending to interact between technology and economy.
Engineers and other graduates from the field of technology aspiring management positions Graduates with no specific technical studies having technological knowledge, wanting to broaden and deepen their expertise Established engineers facing new challenges and responsibilities following promotions to management positions Persons working as advisors and consultants with a background in science, technology or business studies who need to familiarize themselves with the principles and practices of engineering management