Learning areas and competencies

Clear orientation of the course content to key competencies

Today, a successful manager must not only be professionally convincing, but also methodically fit, able to work in a team and know his or her strengths and weaknesses.

The curriculum of the Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration OST is geared towards these requirements and is divided into five learning areas across the fields of study and specializations, and is geared towards specific key areas of competence. All modules of the program are assigned to one of the five learning areas.

In this field of study, you acquire

  • Management and leadership skills 
  • Problem-solving and networking skills
  • Methodological skills and development skills
  • An understanding of economic interrelationships and success criteria

Approximate weighting: 50%

In this field of study, you develop

  • An understanding of concepts and architectures for business information systems 
  • IT media skills 
  • Information and knowledge management skills

Approximate weighting: 8%

In this field of study, you improve

  • Your understanding of numbers, figures and structures 
  • Your analysis and abstraction skills
  • Your research and methodological skills

Approximate weighting: 7%

In this field of study, you develop

  • An understanding for other cultures and people 
  • Orientation and action skills
  • Personal and social skills
  • Communication and cooperation skills
  • Interdisciplinary context study skills

Ungefähre Gewichtung: 19%

In this field of study, you acquire

  • Application and implementation skills
  • Project management and reflection skills 
  • Problem-solving and networking skills 

Approximate weighting: 16%