International Business Administration

Courses Per Semester

1st Semester – Fall Term

Modul Course ECTS h/week
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Cultural Psychology 3 2
Research Introduction to Research in Economics and Business 2 1
Research Presentations and Communication Techniques 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Principles of Management and Business Administration 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Financial Accounting 1 3 2
Introduction to Business Administration Finance and Investment 1 3 2
Introduction to Business Administration Marketing 1 3 2
Law and Organisations Private Law 2 2
Economics Introduction to Microeconomics 3 2
Languages Business English 1 3 2
Languages German 1*/Business German 1*/Chinese 1/Business Russian 1/Hebrew 1/Spanish 1 4 3*/4
  TOTAL 30 22*/23

 

2nd Semester – Spring Term

Modul Course ECTS h/week
Research Mathematics for Economics and Business 1 3 2
Research Statistics for Economics and Business 1 3 2
Introduction to Business Administration Financial Accounting 2 3 2
Introduction to Business Administration Management of Production and Sourcing 2 2
Introduction to Business Administration Finance and Investment 2 3 2
Introduction to Business Administration Marketing 2 2 2
Law and Organisations Public Law 2 2
Information Technology Business Information Systems 4 3
Economics Introduction to Macroeconomics 3 2
Languages Business English 2 2 2
Languages German 2/Business German 2/Chinese 2/Business Russian 2/Hebrew 2/Spanish 2 3 3
  TOTAL 30 24

 

3rd Semester – Fall Term

Module Course ECTS   h/week
Introduction to Business Administration Consumer Insight 3 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Business Ethics and Philosophy of Science 3 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Work Engagement and Work Satisfaction 3 2
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Corporate Governance 2 1
Business Skills Managerial Accounting 2 2
Business Skills Project Management I 2 2
Economics Applied Economics 3 2
Languages Business English III 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish III 4 3
Law and Organizations Organizations and Institutions 2 2
Research Methods of Research 2 2
Research Marketing Research 2 2
TOTAL 30 25

4th Semester – Spring Term

Module Course ECTS  h/week
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Behavioral Economics 2 2
Business Skills Project Management II 2 2
Information Technology Introduction to Data-Driven and Growth Marketing 2 2
Languages Business English IV 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish IV 4 3
PPT and Collateral Revision Course PPT-Workshop
Research Bachelor Thesis I 3
Research Bachelor Thesis Seminar 2 1
Research Statistics for Economics and Business II (Focus: Marketing/Finance) 2 2
Research Mathematics for Economics and Business II (Focus: Marketing/Finance) 2 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance International Accounting Standards (IFRS) and Taxation 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Risk Management and International Finance 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Corporate Finance and Valuation 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Sales Management, Channel Management and Logistics 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Product and Brand Management 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Consumer Behavior 3 2
TOTAL 30 22

5th Semester – Fall Term

Module Course ECTS  h/week
Behavioral and Humane Aspects of Economics and Business Capstone: Applied Organizational Behavior Workshop 3 2
Economics Specialized Economics – Marketing/Finance 3 2
Languages Business English V 2 2
Languages Chinese/German/Hebrew/Business Russian/Spanish V/German V* 3 2*
Law and Organizations Business Law for Marketing/Finance 3 2
Research Bachelor Thesis II 7
Research Bachelor Thesis Workshop 1
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Project Finance 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Capstone: Finance Simulation / Project 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – International Finance Corporate Controlling 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Marketing/Sales Controlling 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Integrated Marketing Communication 3 2
Specialized Business Administration – Marketing for SME’s Capstone: Marketing Simulation / Project 3 2
TOTAL 30 17*

6th Semester – Spring Term

Module Course ECTS   h/week
PPT and Collateral Revision Course Professional Practical Training 24
PPT and Collateral Revision Course Collateral Revision Course 6


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