Interdisciplinary relations within the curriculum [?]
Promotion of key skills [?]
Promotion of entrepreneurial thinking [?]
SPECIAL FEATURES (DEPARTMENT INFORMATION)
Teaching: Pursues the well-proven generalist model (influences from Business Administration/Economics/Law) in the Bachelor's degree course to establish a broad-based, solid foundation. Followed by many specialisation options that are highly flexible in the Master's course and can be pursued in greater depth according to personal preference (FACT/Management/Marketing & Services).
Equipment: numerous computer workstations in the library, CIP pools (incl. printers, scanners, etc.), teaching and group workrooms fully equipped with multimedia technology, WLAN access possible everywhere, laptops for case study work, modern event infrastructure (e-learning platform, opportunities to record lectures for use on the Internet), online access points to a wide range of journal databases
Research: Training groups, doctoral candidate support (graduate centre in planning), research units, SME business institute, Master's research seminars, cooperation of various disciplines (Law, Sports Sciences, Media Studies, Informatics, Health Sciences, Social Sciences) via the common approach taken to research ("Dynamism and Order")
Other special features: Extensive support for students from the start (orientation week by departmental student organisation, subject-based and organisational guidance throughout degree from lecturers and subject experts), language programme, exercises and tutorials in small groups to accompany lecture series, prep. courses for international students, wide range of contacts with practice (numerous workshops, seminars, lectures), large volume of library resources