WI - Chemistry
WI - Chemistry
|Faculty:||Business Studies and Economics|
|Degree:||Master of Science|
|Standard period of study:||3 Semester|
|Time required:||full time|
|Type of study:||On-campus studies|
|Start of studies:|| |
Winter- and summer semester
The Master's programme is directly linked to the contents of the previous Bachelor's programme, but leaves you greater freedom and takes your professional interests into account. In the economics part of the Master's programme, for example, you can choose from a wide range of topics in two main areas. The economics curriculum is complemented by a lecture series and in-depth lectures from the fields of economics and strategic management.
In the technical part, the corresponding subject area of the Bachelor's programme will be continued. Here, too, you will have many options to choose from. You can find more information on our homepage and in the respective technical departments.
An important pillar of the Master's programme is research-based learning with seminars, a research project and the Master's thesis. With a Master's degree you are entitled to do a doctorate and are qualified to take on demanding tasks in specialist and management positions.
The curriculum of the Master's programme comprises a core module in economics and law, two economics core subjects, technical competence field, compulsory and optional modules, seminars and a research project. After a standard period of study of three semesters, the programme is completed with a master's thesis in economics or technical subjects.
An economic internship of at least twelve weeks must be completed.
Internship Bachelor Forms
Internship Master Forms
Various Forms and Applications
Antrag auf Genehmigung für das Ablegen einer Wiederholungsprüfung im Rahmen einer Hochschulkooperation (Application for permission to take a repeat examination within the framework of a university cooperation)