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Master’s degree programs

 

Studying a Master’s degree program at the School of Business and Economics

Once you’ve finished your Bachelor’s degree, a Master’s degree program is the perfect way to develop your knowledge.

The Master’s degree programs at the School enable students to gain a more in-depth understanding of the areas they studied during their Bachelor’s degree program.

Degree program Qualification Start of the degree program Language requirements
Business Education MSc Winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
Economics MSc Winter semester TOEFL iBT 100+ or equivalent
Finance, Auditing, Controlling, Taxation MSc Summer semester,
winter semester
DSH2 or equivalent
Health Management and Health Economics MSc Winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
International Business Studies MSc Winter semester TOEFL iBT 100+ or equivalent
International Information Systems MSc Winter semester TOEFL iBT 95+ or equivalent
Labor Market and Human Resources MSc Winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
Management MSc Winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
Marketing MSc Winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
Socioeconomics MSc Winter semester DSH2 or equivalent

In co-operation with the Faculty of Engineering

Degree program Qualification Start of the degree program Language requirements
Industrial Engineering and Management MSc Summer semester, winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
Mathematical Economics MSc Summer semester, winter semester DSH2 or equivalent
Teaching Engineering in Vocational Schools MEd Summer semester, winter semester DSH2 or equivalent