How is the study program structured?
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The standard duration of the Master's program "Business Law" is three semesters. In the area of "Law with International References", students first acquire basic knowledge in the most important fields of European and international business law. Building on this, the content is intensified in the in-depth modules. In the field of economics, students can choose from a wide range of courses in the areas of business administration and economics according to their own preferences. In addition, there are modules in accounting, taxation and legal economics including public choice. Through elective and exchange options, students can set one or more emphases in the areas of
- European and International Environmental Law,
- European and International Labor and Social Law,
- European and International Business Law, and
- European and International Law of the Digital Society.
This specialization ensures that graduates are highly attractive on the labor market. The final module consists of the master's thesis and the associated colloquium. The contents of the modules are taught in lectures and seminars in German and English. Examinations are written exams, oral exams, presentations and assignments.