The Business Administration Master programme started with the 2008/2009 winter semester; successful completion of the programme is rewarded with the academic title Master of Science (M.Sc.).
Business Administration is a consecutive degree programme; the Master programme builds on the Bachelor programme, and they are harmonised with each other in terms of content. The Bachelor is the primary professionally-qualifying degree, and is required for enrolment the Master programme.
Below, we provide an overview of the structures and academic content of the Business Administration Bachelor programme. If you still have any questions please feel free to contact our Academic Advisory Services Section or Central Student Advisory Office; they will be happy to provide personalised and comprehensive advice. Contact information is shown on the right-hand side of the page.
Graduates in Business Administration (MBA): much sought-after all-rounders
In particular, MBAs analyse businesses and terms of how companies are structured and managed. They analyse a company’s efficiency and profitability and seek to improve them on the basis of various operating indices and sales data, resources, operational procedures, staff and customer satisfaction.
These diverse areas of professional focus provide graduates with excellent career opportunities. Other possible employment areas include company finance and accounting systems, as well as in personnel or business consultancies, in addition to positions in industry and commerce and even starting new companies.