Here you can define your filter criteria for categories + full-text search. You can change them at any time.
The bachelor's programme in Business Administration enables students to solve problems related to business administration autonomously. For this purpose they will receive education in methodological subjects in order to develop theoretical and analytical skills and they will acquire a broad knowledge about the general core areas of business administration and economic sciences. Additionally students can choose one of several specialisations to give their studies an individual character. The guiding principle is to produce “all-rounders” who can be employed in various areas especially in the small and medium-sized corporate structures of the Austrian economy. The medium of instruction is English and German.
Erweiterungscurriculum Betriebswirtschaft, MBl. 2015/16, Stk. 42 (Nr. 266 und Nr. 267)
The degree programme in Business Administration deals with methodological, institutional and application-oriented management knowledge for the resolution of business administration problems.
The bachelor's programme in Business Administration consists of the compulsory modules of the orientation phase, which teach the basics of business administration, the compulsory modules of the core phase, in which the knowledge already gained will be broadened and enhanced, and the specialisation phase. Students can choose between specialisations in management, business statistics and economic analysis. The management specialisation consists of compulsory modules and compulsory elective modules. In the compulsory elective modules students can choose between the groups of modules management, business law, core subjects and computer-based management. To complete the programme students have to write two bachelor's theses within the framework of courses. They have to write at least one of these theses in the specialisation chosen by the student.