The purpose of a master’s course is to add academic depth to a subject or expand the knowledge gained through a bachelor's degree. It is intended to enable participants to undertake methodical academic work, to impart theoretical and analytical skills and to teach graduates how to adapt themselves flexibly to new situations they encounter in their professional lives. The master’s degree is a professional qualification and entitles successful candidates to apply to enter a doctoral programme. The Faculty for Economics and Business Administration offers a series of masters’ programmes in future-orientated professional and research fields. It regards its special academic remit as the formation of theories, the development of methodology, applied research and the encouragement of new academic talent.
The Faculty’s range of courses encompasses the following masters’ disciplines:
- M.Sc. in Applied Informatics – Systems Engineering
- M.Sc. in Business Administration – Energy and Finance
- M.Sc. in Business Administration – Health-care Economics and Health-care System Management
- M.A. in Medicine Management for Medical Practitioners and Health Scientists
- M.A. in Medicine Management for Economists
- M.Sc. in Economics
- M.Sc. in Business Informatics
Detailed information on admissions and applications, module guides and exam regulations is available here „Study & Teaching“.
Link to the Masters' Course Website „Energy and Finance"