Master's Studies

Master's Courses

The students deal with the function of personnel development in organisations and for employees as well as with different personnel development methods. The human resources department, the requirements analysis to identify PE needs, the learning objectives, the transfer of acquired knowledge and skills as well as the evaluation of measures are addressed. One focus is on the different training methods, which form the basis for the practical part of the seminar. The training methods are considered with regard to their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the learning objectives to be achieved in organisations. The seminar is rounded off with the topic Coaching as a transfer securing measure.

Acquisition of basic knowledge about the central topics of organizational and business psychology. In particular, knowledge of organisations, teams and individuals in organisations as well as consumption and advertising in the context of psychology. Review and critical reflection of the practical implementation of the topics in companies and industries.


Teaching Events WiSe 2023/2024

Personnel and Organizational Psychology

Tue from 2:00 - 4:00 pm, WiWi1 A1220

Research Project Module II: HR Analytics II

Mondays from 14:00 - 16:00; WiWi1 A1220

Personal Psychology

Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00; WiWi1 A3290



Course Catalogue


Module Manuals


Master'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 if you have any questions.