In addition to the Master's degree in Business Administration, the department also offers various courses of study in cooperation with other departments. These include the master's programs:
Complex Decisions M.A. (Professional Public Decision Making)
The Comprehensive Decisions course prepares B.A. graduates for work as junior executives in public institutions and their private and civil society environment.
Subjects are interdisciplinary (law, political science, economics, philosophy). Comprehensive competencies for problem solving in complex decision-making situations are imparted. Particular emphasis is placed on the practical application of mediated knowledge.
Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen (Elektrotechnik/Informationstechnik) M.Sc. (Management and Electrical Engineering)
The master's degree program in Industrial Engineering ET/IT builds on the successful completion of a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering ET/IT or comparable knowledge. The master's degree program teaches the key technical specializations both in the main area of business administration and in electrical engineering. The elective area and the master's project complement the focus within the study program.
Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen (Produktionstechnik) M.Sc. (Management and Production Engineering)
The master's degree program Industrial Engineering Production Technology offers the combination of elements from the classical subjects of Business Studies and Mechanical Engineering. As a result, students are able to understand and assess not only the business side of products, processes and companies, but also the technical background and dependencies. The composition is about the development and design of sustainable processes and systems optimized from an economic and technical perspective, the use of resources optimized from an economic and technical perspective and the application of new information technologies in this context, as well as the intra- and inter-organizational work processes active people.
Wirtschaftspsychologie M.Sc. (Business Psychology)
Contemporary social change calls into question traditional industrial values, forms of life, work and organization. In all areas of life, the consequences of increasing flexibility can be observed: the globalization of markets is changing the conditions and structural conditions for companies and employees. Due to the increasing informalization and mechanization, traditional job descriptions are undergoing a radical change, they disappear altogether or have to be redesigned for the knowledge of society. The accompanying expansion of the service society places new demands on professional self-management and entrepreneurial initiative. In the service economy employment conditions increase under precarious conditions. As a result, phenomena of deregulation and delimitation appear on an objective as well as on a subjective level. Researchers, scientists and educators are urged to make their contribution to overcoming the problems in the face of profound changes. In addition to research into the effects of flexibility, the question of resources is about re-regulating and shaping this relationship on an economic, organizational and psycho-social level.