Bachelor - Principles of Human Resource Management

Principles of Human Resource Management

LecturerProf. Dr. Charles Harrington
Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
SemesterWinter Semester
Module NumberIBB302
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
FormatOnline
Objectives

Students acquire the following knowledge and capabilities:

  • Be aware of the strategic orientation of personnel management and its wealth creation contribution for the company
  • Understand human resource management instruments and their application in companies
  • Acquire a basic understanding of executive management and collaboration between management and personnel

 

 

Bachelor - Principles of Operations and Logistics Management

LecturerProf. Dr. Alexander Kumpf
Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
SemesterWinter Semester
Module NumberIBB303
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
FormatOn Campus
Objectives

Throughout the course, students:

  • Obtain a conceptual overview of fundamental industrial problems
  • Present and understand examples of decisions in specific production situations
  • Acquire a holistic understanding of materials management as efficiency-driven, customer-oriented, holistic and integrated with the other management functions
  • Be capable of preparing, executing and checking decisions made related to materials and production management in the industrial operation

Bachelor - Principles of Finance and Investments

Principles of Finance and Investments

LecturerProf. Dr. Marcus Fischer
Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
SemesterWinter Semester
Module NumberIBB304
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
FormatOn Campus
Objectives

Throughout the course, students:

  • Learn about the role of financial management in a company
  • Get to know relevant calculation procedures and an overview of the usual types of financing
  • Have a sound understanding of  the financing and investment industry
  • Understand, interpret and apply cash flows and capital flows of operational procedures and financing requirements in pracitce
  • Understand the components of the financial and investment industry and their connection to other company processes and services
  • Differentiate between the classical and alternative types of financing, gain knowledge of investment procedures
  • Gain instrumental competence in calculation of investment alternatives and decision making

Bachelor - Principles of Marketing and Sales

Principles of Marketing and Sales

LecturerProf. Dr. Sandra Gronover
Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
SemesterWinter Semester
Module NumberIBB301
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
Format:On Campus
Objectives

After successful completion of this course, students are able to:

  • Understand customer behavior and the buying decision process
  • Know and master the basic scheme with fundamental elements, methods and processes in sales and marketing module
  • Get to know theoretical principles of sales and marketing and is oriented to the 4P concept (product range policy, terms and conditions policy, sales policy, promotional policy)
  • Learn more about strategic marketing planning and brand and communication management

Bachelor - Business Administration Seminar (different subjects e.g. Digital Business Models or International Economics)

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Martin Prasch

Prof. Dr. Burkhard Jäger

Type of courseSeminar
ECTS credits6
SemesterWinter Semester
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
FormatOn Campus
Objectives

Diverse options each semester in the field of business administration

Communication of contents after handing in your learning agreement

Important:

Obligatory choice for Double Degree students!

 

Bachelor - Private Wealth Management

Private Wealth Management

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Konstantin Konstin
Prof. Dr. Bernd Mühlfriedel

Type of courseLecture / Block Course / Exam
ECTS credits5
SemesterWinter Semester
Module NumberIBB331/332/333/433
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
FormatCampus/Online
Objectives

Throughout the course, students:

  • Understand the importance of private wealth management particularly for financial stability during retirement
  • Explain the various asset classes available for private investors
  • Apply their gained knowledge to practical investment situations
  • Understand the opportunities and challenges posed by the current situation in financial markets and the economic and political environment in general

Bachelor - Management Accounting and Control

Management Account and Control

LecturerProf. Dr. Patrick Dieses
Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
SemesterWinter Semester
Module NumberIBB331/332/333/433
Admission RequirementsB2 Level in English
FormatOn Campus
Objectives


By the end of this course stundents are able to:

  • Explain the controlling/management accounting conceptions
  • Explain how management accounting plays important roles in their decision-making
  • Define and explain cost accounting and measurement terminologies and methods as well as cost management systems
  • Apply management accounting ideas and practices in making decisions in businesses
  • Understand the impact of tranfer pricing
  • Use the ideas and practices of budgeting in a business decision-making context.

Master - Business Ethics & CSR in Digital Business

Business Ethics & CSR in Digital Business

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Martin Prasch
Dr. Dennis Badeen

Type of CourseLecture / Exam
ECTS5
Study LevelMaster
SemesterSummer Semester
Module NumberIM110
Admission Requirements45 ECTS in Business (Bachelor)
C1 Level in English
Format:On Campus
ObjectivesThroughout the course, students:
  • Evaluate critically the application of theories of ethics in business contenct,
  • Identify the key features of a representative range of theories of ethics,
  • Evaluate different theoretical models of stakeholder management,
  • Draw out implications of the relevance of stakeholder theory of ethics and corporate social responsibility,
  • Evaluate how ethics and resposibility in business are affected by organiyational structures and cultures,
  • Evaluate the impact of globalisation on companies behaviour and the limits of legal control,
  • Evaluate the different ways in which companies have responded to unethical, even illegal issues,
  • Get an overview on the drivers and practice of social and environmental reporting including the principles that underpin good reporting.

Master - International Financial Management

International Financial Management

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Bernd Muehlfriedel

Type of CourseLecture / Exam
ECTS5
Study LevelMaster
SemesterSummer Semester
Module NumberIM140
Admission Requirements45 ECTS in Business (Bachelor)
C1 Level in English
Format:On Campus
ObjectivesThroughout the course, students:
  • Demonstrate a deep understanding about the importance of the international dimension for corporate financial management
  • Apply their knowledge of cultural aspects to international business settings
Analysis, synthesis & evaluation:
  • Construct financial plans as the basis for investment appraisal
  • Solve investment problem sets in an international company set-up by using suitable investment appraisal techniques
  • Solve financing problems of international companies by analysing and evaluating appropriate sets of financing sources
  • Apply their understanding of risk factors of a company in an international environment to specific problem situations
  • Appraise the value of an international company by using several valuation techniques
  • Relate underlying trends in digitalization and globalization to international financial management problem sets
  • Evaluate investment and financing case study problems involving quantitative and qualitative tasks.

Master - International Accounting & Management Control

International Accounting & Management Control

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Karl Stoffel

Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
Study LevelMaster
SemesterSummer Semester
Module NumberIM130
Admission Requirements45 ECTS in Business (Bachelor)
C1 Level in English
Format:On Campus
ObjectivesThroughout the course, students:
  • Understand the role and the dynamic of the most important economic areas
  • Explain the different purposes of financial vs. management accounting
  • Distinguish the main features of accounting according to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Examine management control issues, recommend solutions and communicate them effectively
  • Compose a process of corporate planning
  • Assess transfer pricing methodologies and design transfer price systems for optimizing a company’s tax burden
  • Systematically evaluate a company’s conditions for choosing appropriate performance measurements methods

Master - International Business Environment

International Business Environment

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Erika Zuperkiene

Prof. Dr. Daiva Labernauskaite

Type of courseLecture / Exam
Study LevelMaster
ECTS5
SemesterSummer Semester
Module NumberIM100
Admission Requirements45 ECTS in Business (Bachelor)
C1 Level in English
FormatOnline
ObjectivesThroughout the course, students:
  • Understand the role and the dynamic of the most important economic areas
  • Know the economic fundamentals regarding figures and numbers
  • Analyze the business impact for strategy by the use of specific business sectors
  • Understand the threats of trade conflicts in accordance with deglobalisation
  • Apply the principles of corporate strategy development
  • Design a first strategic outline in accordance with the relevant components.

Master - Global Operations Management

Global Operations Management

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Alexander Kumpf

Prof. Dr. Thomas Peisl

Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
Study levelMaster
SemesterSummer Semester
Module NumberIM120
Admission Requirements45 ECTS in Business (Bachelor)
C1 Level in English
FormatOn Campus
ObjectivesBy the end of this course stundents are able to:
  • Analyse the reasons for globalisation and reflect the challenges companies have to face
  • Analyse and asses the geography, environmental impact, political system legal system, society, economy, technological development of a country and examine the coherences
  • Create a global operations strategy, select the market entry strategy and the foreign operation mode for different case studies
  • Simplify the complexity caused by the dependencies of a global engagement of multinational and global companies
  • Demonstrate the ability of decision-making with concurrent targets, uncertain factors, and interdependencies
  • Persuade the stakeholders of created global strategy and defined activities

Master - Agile and Hybrid Project Management in International Environment

Agile and Hybrid Project Management in International Environment

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Martin Prasch

M. Eng. Martina Königbauer

Type of courseLecture / Exam
ECTS credits5
Study levelMaster
SemesterSummer Semester
Admission Requirements45 ECTS in Business (Bachelor)
C1 Level in English
FromatOn Campus
ObjectivesBy the end of this course stundents are able to:
  • Understand the wider context of project work as part of companies’ strategic transformation process
  • Apply the phases, steps, tasks and tools of successful traditional project management
  • Explain and compare how agile project management differs from traditional project management and when to recommend which approach
  • Interpret and assess intercultural aspects of project work
  • Design and create programme and project management charters for hybrid project management tasks
  • Successfully communicate in and organize international projects.