International Management and Leadership

Courses Per Semester

Curriculum starting as of Fall Term 2019/2020


NOTE: By clicking on each course, you can access the learning outcomes of the respective course.

1st Semester – Fall Term

Business ResearchAcademic Writing32.5
Finance and ControllingBusiness Process and Quality Management32
 Corporate Finance32
 Financial Accounting32.5
International ManagementFoundations of Senior Management32
 Organizational Behavior and Change32
International Markets and CompetitivenessInternational Business22
 Managerial Economics22
 Marketing Management32
Entrepreneurial LeadershipLeadership Skills22


2nd Semester – Spring Term

International Markets and CompetitivenessBusiness Analysis22
Operations Management32.5
Business ResearchCritical Thinking & Business Ethics32.5
Empirical Research Methods32.5
Quantitative Data Analysis (SPSS)32.5
International ManagementEntrepreneurial and Social Media Marketing22
Project Management and IT Support Tools32
Entrepreneurial LeadershipEntrepreneurial Finance22
Personal Assessment22
Strategic Human Resource Management22
Entrepreneurship & Innovation22
Finance and ControllingManagerial Accounting32


3rd Semester – Fall Term

Business ResearchArgumentation and Debate32
Research Proposal22
International ManagementInternational Business Law32
Sales Training22
International Markets and CompetitivenessMacroeconomics32
Strategy and Competitive Advantage (Capstone!)32
Entrepreneurial LeadershipNew Venture Creation Lab21.5
Personal Audit21.5
Student Consultancy Project (Capstone!)32
Finance and ControllingPerformance Management (Capstone!)32.5
Project Management in Practice22
Financial Data Sources and Software – Bloomberg22


4th Semester – Spring Term

International ManagementBusiness Simulation11
 Case Studies (Capstone!)21.5
 Internet of Things in Business – Future Trail11.5
Finance and ControllingEnterprise Resource Planning – SAP33
All ModulesMaster Commission Exams30
Business ResearchMaster Thesis (Capstone!)150
 Master Thesis Seminar11
International Markets and CompetitivenessMicroeconomics of Competitiveness21.5


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