Bachelor & Master Theses

You would like to write a thesis (bachelor or master thesis) with us? We appreciate your interest!

Information about theses in the 2024 summer semester:

Due to high demand and limited supervisory positions, there will be a thesis application process for the 2024 summer semester. Please note the following guidelines and deadlines:

  • Please submit a thesis exposé by March 31, 2024. No exposés will be accepted after this date.
  • Submit your exposé to the following e-mail address: moteamprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de
  • You would like to write your thesis in cooperation with a company? Please state this in your exposé and contact us in advance.
  • After careful review of your exposé, you will receive a confirmation or rejection of supervision in early - mid-April. The acceptance depends on the quality and feasibility of your exposé.
  • What should a good exposé look like? See below! 
  • Alongside the individual supervision, there will be an accompanying seminar with three appointments. Participation in this seminar is obligatory, failure to attend will result in forfeiture of the supervision agreement.
  • Important: The registration of the final thesis must be done by June 9, 2024. A different registration date is not possible. In case of non-registration of the thesis by the deadline, the confirmation of supervision will expire.
  • All further supervision steps and dates will be determined individually between the supervisor and the candidate.


For a thesis in the Department of Management and Organization you can apply for one of the suggested topics or propose your own topic.

Current topics include:

Digitization & Health

  • Effects of constant accessibility on mental/physical health
  • Work-life balance in times of digital work
  • Remote work and health
  • Effects of digital stress on health
  • Interruptions due to e.g. e-mails

Digitization & Innovation

  • Remote Work and Creativity
  • Digital Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Idea development in virtual teams
  • The design of digital transformation
  • Digital competence (development)

Digitization & Collaboration

  • Trust (culture) in digital collaboration and leadership
  • Collaboration in virtual teams
  • Leadership in times of New Work
  • Productivity in Remote Work

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

  • Opportunities and challenges of human and AI collaboration
  • Stereotypical perceptions about artificial intelligence among employees
  • Use of AI in Recruiting/Human Resources

Proposals of own topics with clear relation to the research topics of the working group are preferred.


To apply for a thesis, please first submit an exposé of your proposed research. The exposé is a sketch of the planned work, similar to an architectural design for the construction of a house.

It should be no more than 3 pages long (excluding references and indexes) and should include the following elements:

  • Introduction: describe the general phenomenon or topic and why it is important to investigate.
  • State of Research: explain what is known about the topic, what has been studied in the literature in this area to date, and why this topic is of interest for study.
  • Problem Statement: explain the specific question that will be addressed within the topic.
  • Approach/Methodology: briefly describe how you will proceed with your thesis. What methods do you plan to use? Also reference what appropriate theory(s) may help answer your problem.
  • Literature: at least 10 references, preferably from high quality journals, according to APA standards.


Submit your exposé via e-mail: moteamprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de


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