Department of Business Studies and Economics

Programme Structure

WI - Chemie

Course Catalogue

Overview
Faculty: Business Studies and Economics
Degree: Bachelor of Science
Standard period of study: 7 Semester
Credits: 210 ECTS
Languages: german, partly English
Time required: Full Time
Type of study: On-campus study
Start of studies: Winter semester

Course Structure

Information about the content
In the economics part of the course, the fundamentals of business administration and economics are on the agenda. From financial reporting and marketing to production management and business informatics to micro- and macroeconomics, you will be familiarized with the theoretical aspects for your future professional practice in lectures, exercises and tutorials. Lectures on mathematics and statistics as well as civil and corporate law complement the curriculum. Integrative courses deal with current issues in business and technology ethics. And within the framework of interactive courses you will learn so-called soft skills: skills such as self and time management, presentation and moderation techniques. In the technical part of the course, the basics of chemistry are worked out in lectures and practical courses. The program includes lectures on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical and Physical Chemistry as well as Bio- and Experimental Chemistry. How chemical processes and reactions can be transferred into technical processes is explained in the lectures on technical chemistry.

Key data on the course
In addition to the obligatory lectures, the course of study includes participation in a seminar and a study project. After a standard period of study of seven semesters, the course of study is concluded with a bachelor's thesis in economics or technical subjects.

Application deadline
Educational residents: August 31.
Foreign students: 15 July

Application

Knowledge of foreign languages
Sufficient active and passive English language skills are required, which enable the student to read English language literature and to attend courses in English; this also includes the preparation of written coursework and examinations in English.

Job-related internships
No

Study abroad
A stay abroad as part of an internationalen xchange programme is recommended as part of the study program.

Continuing Master's programmes
Industrial engineering and management  - field of study: chemistry

Studienberatung

Dipl.-Kfm. techn. Stefan Puderbach
Gottlieb-Daimler-Str.
building 42 , room 130
67663 Kaiserslautern

Tel.: +49 631 205 3116
E-Mail: studienbuero@wiwi.uni-kl.de

Sprechstunde

10:00  - 12:00  (Mo.-Mi.)
13:00  - 15:00  (Di.)

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