How is the study program structured?

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The master's program "Business, Psychology and Management" can be completed after three semesters.
The focus is on content-related as well as methodological expertise and skills to understand psychological, economic, social and societal interrelationships and to apply these professionally in business practice.
Students learn advanced quantitative and qualitative research methods, such as interviewing, employee surveys and experimental studies. These form the basis for the analysis, evaluation and interpretation of empirical questions in business psychology from research and practice.
Furthermore, basics are taught in the modules "Economics" (behavioral approaches to economics as well as bounded rationality) as well as "Psychology" (relevant theories and approaches of different fields of psychology and their application to concrete problems).
The in-depth modules specialize students in the areas of human resources, organization, and market and competition.
In the six-week compulsory internship, students gain initial experience in the professional fields of business, psychology and management. The final module (18 credits) consists of the master's thesis and the associated colloquium. The lecturers come from the fields of business administration, economics and psychology.
The content of the modules is taught according to international standards in the form of lectures, exercises and seminars. The corresponding examinations consist of written examinations, oral examinations, presentations and homework or a combination of these examination forms.

Study plan