The range of modules provides both theoretical basics and application-oriented knowledge of modern management and business administration. In particular, it offers an exemplary insight into the essential concepts, theories and methods of the subject and shows application requirements. In addition to the technical basics, a methodical set of tools for the analysis and treatment of problems is conveyed. The course also offers opportunities for independent application of the subject content and methods taught. Practical examples offer opportunities for a reflective discussion of selected problem areas, also beyond the application of these instruments beyond business management contexts.

Program Structure

The prerequisite for admission is admission to a bachelor's degree at Freie Universität Berlin, the core subject of which does not exceed 90 credit points (CP), provided that it cannot be combined with the range of modules due to other regulations.

In the module offer, a total of 60 credit points must be proven. The following modules must be completed as part of the range of modules:

Compulsory modules totaling 48 CP:

- Module: Management - A Problem-Oriented Introduction (6 CP)

- Module: Organizational Theory (6 CP)

- Module: Research Seminar Organization (6 CP)

- Module: Basics of Business Administration G (6 CP),

- Module: Basics of internal company accounting G (6 CP),

- Module: Fundamentals of external corporate accounting G (6 CP),

- Module: Investment and Financing G (6 CP) and

- Module: Basics of Marketing G (6 CP).

Two of the following elective modules totaling 12 credit points:

- Module: Supply and Operations Management (6 CP),

- Module: Basics of personnel policy (6 CP),

- Module: Strategic Management (6 CP),

- Module: Business Cooperation (6 CP),

- Module: Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (6 CP) and / or

- Module: International Management (6 CP).

 About the admission requirements, the content and qualification goals, the teaching and learning forms, the time required, the forms of active participation, the course-related examinations to be provided, the information about the obligation to regularly participate in the teaching and learning forms that the modules in each case The module descriptions provide information on the assigned credit points, the standard duration and the frequency of offers. For the modules “Management - A Problem-Oriented Introduction” (6 CP), “Organization Theory” (6 CP) and “Research Seminar Organization” (6 CP), 30 credit points are based on the study and examination regulations of the Faculty of Economics at the Free University of Berlin -Module offering in management referred to in other courses

The study and examination regulations regulate the course content, course advice and subject-specific advice, the structure of the course, scope of performance, teaching and learning forms, repetition of examinations and the entry into force of the range of modules. In addition, it contains the module descriptions and an exemplary course plan.

Career Prospects

The graduates of the module offer have an initial overview of the functions and institutions of management, theories of organization and organization as well as practical management problems in and between organizations. The graduates of the module offer also have a cursory overview of further microeconomic facts, theories and problems in practice. Taking into account various fields of business activity, you have basic knowledge of business accounting and the individual functional areas of a company. They are able to interpret the knowledge and apply essential business concepts in their basics.

Graduates are qualified to reflect on the work and procedures they have learned and to recognize their fields of application and limits. They are able to communicate and cooperate beyond their own subject and are prepared for the different interests of the actors in business practice and the resulting conflicts.

The possible fields of activity of the graduates are very diverse due to the combination with another subject and include accompanying activities in national and international organizations, public administrations, companies and financial institutions, associations, chambers, trade unions and media or cultural institutions.These competencies are also used in freelance work Activity needed. 

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