Department of Business Studies and Economics

Business Administration

Master

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Application deadlines

Winter semester

  • Rresidents: August, 31.
  • Foreign students: July, 15.

Summer semester

  • Residents: February, 28.
  • Foreign students: January, 15.

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Business Adminsitration - Master

The master's degree programme in "Business Administration" is aimed at outstanding bachelor's graduates of business administration courses from scientific universities in Germany and abroad. The courses offered in the Master's programme in Business Administration are designed to consolidate and expand the skills acquired in the Bachelor's programme in order to enable graduates to take on hierarchically higher tasks in the company. The aim of the four-semester Master's programme is to provide graduates with the skills they need for successful professional activity in business and science in their chosen field of specialisation in a scientific and application-oriented manner. The Master's programme serves to deepen the knowledge of economic subjects, to impart competence in business and economic methods (statistical methods, econometrics, quantitative methods in economics) and to specialise extensively in three main areas of economic science.

The Master prepares the basis for the entry into a management position in private and public companies. Depending on the chosen specialisation, graduates are offered a wide range of fields of activity in all industries. In addition, the Master's degree opens the door to an academic career at universities and research institutions.

Admission Requirements

Bachelor's degree in Business Administration at the TUK or Bachelor's degree with at least 180 ECTS points without practical experience and the following previous knowledge:

80 ECTS credits from the field of business administration: proof of competence in the areas of cost and revenue accounting, financial reporting, production/logistics, marketing, investment and financing, personnel, organisation, taxes and auditing and operation research, strategic management.

30 ECTS credits from the field of economics: proof of competence in the fields of microeconomics, macroeconomics, economic policy, game theory/industrial economics

17 ECTS credits from the field of mathematics/ statistics: proof of competence in the areas of analysis, linear algebra, descriptive and concluding statistics

3 ECTS credits from the integrative area: Competencies in the field of philosophy of science

Furthermore, proof must be provided:

Proof of English from level C1

For all non-native German speakers additionally:

  •  Test German as a Foreign Language (TestDaF): TDN Level 4
  •  German language examination for university admission (DSH): Level 2

For Bachelor graduates of a German-language Bachelor's programme, the requirement to provide proof is waived.

Masterprüfungsordnung §2

Programme Structure

Curriculum

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Transfer from Bachelor to Master within the TUK

Wenn Sie vom Bachelor ins Masterstudium übergehen möchten, wird das Studiengangwechsel genannt. Dafür ist der Antrag innerhalb der Bewerbungsfristen beim SSC einzureichen.

If you want to change from a Bachelor's to a Master's programme, this is called a change of programme. For this purpose, the application must be submitted to the SSC within the application feadlines.

Application for change of study programme

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