How do you find the right strategies for a company? What investments lead to reliable profit maximization? How can new markets be created? How do legal guidelines regulate operational options? And how do companies react to unpredictable developments in the stock market?
Studies in business administration teach skills and solution expertise needed to successfully and sustainably direct a company. A challenging basic education in all business administrative and economic topic areas, in quantifying process, and private law forms an indispensable technical foundation.
Students at RWTH also create an individual profile during their Bachelor's studies. Through electives they can orient themselves towards special business and economic topics, such as management, strategy and business development, processes and organization, in house consulting and corporate consulting, finance and controlling, and marketing and sales.
This program offers a look at the School of Business and Economics' research focuses with these initial specializations:
After their basic studies students take five to six electives to learn initial, special knowledge and skills. Modules are offered on the previously mentioned topics, including Energy Economics, Human Resources Management, Business History, Financial Services, Corporate Culture and Social Responsibility, and The Global Economy: Trade and Investment, Environment Protection and Sustainability, International Marketing, Cost Management.
Throughout their studies students learn basic skills such as personality training, presenting, foreign language skills, and more. A twelve-week internship offers a look at the job market. This is supported by the School's own internship database. Students can alternatively choose to complete a stay abroad.
|Semester||Obligatory Business Modules||Obligatory Quantitative Modules||Profiling|
|1||Management and Personnel, Microeconomics I, Accounting and Corporate Accounting
Business Today I
|2||Sales and Purchasing, Macroeconomics I, External Accounting||Mathematics B, Quantitative Methods|
|3||Production and Logistics, Investment and Financing, Macroeconomics II, Decision Making||
Introduction to Management Science:
|5||Stay Abroad or Internship|
|6||Business Today II, Bachelor's Thesis|
The course of study systematically prepares its graduates for the current demands of the job market. Due to the extraordinarily broad background RWTH graduates find employment in all fields of business. For example, they work in consulting, banking and insurance, and in production and service companies.
A Master's degree offers further professional options, as RWTH graduates are especially attractive for complex, corporate decision and control processes in upper-level management. The University's special profile makes them particularly valuable in technical branches, such as transport, energy, and the automotive branch.
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