Do you have a first degree in economics, business administration or a related subject and wish to consolidate and expand your knowledge? The research-oriented M.Sc. Business Administration gives you a solid grounding in theory, skills and methods. This enables you to deal independently with a wide range of problems, particularly those related to business administration, using scientific principles. The degree programme provides you with three focus areas to choose from in accordance with your personal interests. Upon successful completion of this programme you will have gained the qualifications to continue with doctoral study.
Possibility to earn a double degree from Corvinus University, Budapest Students select individual areas of focus
You can choose electives from the following focus areas:
1) Accounting, Finance and Taxation (AFT) 2) International Management and Marketing (IMM) 3) Business Computing/Information Systems (WIIS)
1) Accounting, Finance and Taxation comprises theory and empirics of finance, the mathematical representation of business resources and the taxation of companies and households.
2) The International Management and Marketing focus module acquaints students with the theory and empirical studies of international, market-oriented management of organisations and marketing.
3) The Business Computing/Information Systems focus deals in depth with the internal communication flow of businesses, how it is designed and optimised, and the control of goods flows using modern information systems and technologies.
The respective focus areas are split into introductory and advanced courses: the introductory courses take some of the content touched upon in the Bachelor's course and gives it a more thorough treatment, while the advanced studies courses are concerned with more specific problems and current research topics in the respective subject areas.
Overall, the degree programme has been designed to maximise flexibility and choice of course modules.
A good first degree, equivalent to an overall result of 2.3 or better according to the German marking system, in business administration, economics or a related discipline. The minimum business or economics content of the first degree should amount to 60 ECTS credits, of which 10 credits must stem from academic and research methods for business and economics (data collection and analysis; mathematics; software development; or statistics). Language requirements (CEFR): German (C1) and English (C1).
72 euros per semester (student services contribution and bus pass fee)
Recipient: University of Passau
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