The program starts with a basic education that integrates both business studies and economics modules. These subjects are supplemented by methodological training (mathematics, statistics, project management). Starting in the fourth semester, students take the Economics major, which is internally differentiated into the sub-areas of Bioeconomics and Digital Economics. Within the major, the focus is placed on research-based learning, which is particularly the case in the integrated project module.
The subject-related studies are supplemented by the General Studies area. This area offers the possibility to integrate language courses, additional professional qualifications or an internship as electives. The courses sustainable management and law, among others, are mandatory components of this area of study.
Students usually compete their studies in the sixth semester with the bachelor's thesis.
The range of subjects in the programs "Business Studies" and "Economics" (full subject) is identical in the first three semesters, so that a switch of programs is possible until the fourth semester.
In the complementary subject, students are required to take the following modules:
Introduction to Business Studies, Introduction to Economics, Analysis of Economic Data, Marketing, Microeconomics, Accounting & Accounts, Macroeconomics, Production & Logistics, Economic and Financial Policy, and Industrial Economics.
In addition to the study plan provided here, there is another alternative that is provided to students at the beginning of the program.