In fall, the extra-occupational Master program Professional Public Decision Making at the University of Bremen goes into its fifth round. The focus of the degree program, which is unique in Germany, lies on the topic ‘Decision-making in public space’ – students learn interdisciplinarily and in interprofessional student groups. The lecturers are from the fields of politics, economics, law, sociology, computer science, and philosophy. Classes are practical and on the basis of current research results. The program is addressed to professionals and managers from all over Germany. The degree course takes three years, is extra-occupational, and is organized around blended learning, i. e. blocked presence meetings in the lecture hall alternate with digitally supported self-study periods.
And the best thing: There are still open places!