Bachelor's Studies

Bachelor's Courses

At the end of the semester, students will have knowledge of what psychology is, how this discipline came into being as a science, what it deals with and which methods are used in psychology for research purposes. The aim is to acquire basic knowledge of various subject areas within psychology, such as differential, biological or social psychology. Students should be able to understand the relevance of psychology in economics.

The students acquire basic knowledge about strategic personnel management in Germany and about further topics. In particular, they will learn about hiring and retention as well as about commitment and development, remuneration and success of personnel. The evaluation of options for action with regard to the applicability of the topics in companies is a further focus here.


Acquisition of knowledge about teamwork, specific forms of teamwork, complexity of the work fields of teams, team training, crew resource management training and simulator training. Application of this knowledge in the form of designing own articles and in discussions with experts.

This course provides the necessary tools to research, understand and independently carry out empirical research work. The statistics program R is used. 

This module aims to provide students with a profound understanding of the topic "Automation in the world of work", including the effects of using Artificial Intelligence (AI), from the perspective of (Business) Psychology. This includes acquiring knowledge about automation trends, the psychological impacts on the human role in the workplace, and the design of human-centered work in collaboration with technology. Additionally, students will be empowered to apply and convey this knowledge in the form of creating explanatory videos, seminar units, and interviews with experts.

Teaching Events SuSe 2024

Automation in the world of work from the perspective of business psychology

Wed 10.00 - 12.00 H WiWi 1 room A 1220

Basics of personnel management

Tuesdays from 14:00 - 16:00; WiWi1 A1100

Basics of Psychology for Economics

The lecture is digital asynchronous with the exception of digital synchronous single appointments.

Empirical internship

Mondays from 12:00 - 1600; WiWi1 A1100

Teamwork and Teamtraining

Mondays from 10:00 to 12:00; WiWi A1020



Course Catalogue


Module Manuals


Bachelor's Theses

  • You have the opportunity to apply for your thesis at our chair.
  • This can be written in German or English.
  • The theses must be empirically designed.
  • We attach great importance to a psychological and scientific foundation.
  • All further information can be obtained from our contact persons for dissertations.
  • An introduction to scientific work can be found here.
  • Please contact Prof. Dr. Vera Hagemann, Mrs. Michèle Rieth or Mr. Jonathan Meinecke.