Interdisciplinary relations within the curriculum [?]
Promotion of key skills [?]
Promotion of entrepreneurial thinking [?]
SPECIAL FEATURES (DEPARTMENT INFORMATION)
Teaching: Stage I studies: basic business administration knowledge; Stage II studies consist of four specialisation areas:; 1) Controlling; 2) Personnel and Organisation; 3) Management in Public & Non-Profit Organisations; 4) Sales Management and Marketing; An additional technical qualification in the framework of the selected optional subjects is possible
Equipment: At least one special lab for each course profile available; PC practice labs for all IT applications; always up-to-date MS Office programmes; licenses for SAP-ERP, SAP SCM and SAP BI; licenses for ARIS Business Architect 7.1
Research and Development: The research activities of the former course director Prof. Krönes, which correspond to one of the specialisations of the Business Administration/Management course, particularly in the field of Non-Profit Management, are very basic in character and are therefore not integrated in the Institute of Applied Research.