Business Administration – Human Resources and Law

Part-time Bachelor program: practice- and employee-oriented

This bachelor program is designed with regard to the specific needs of professionals and young professionals from trade unions and non-profit organizations, works councils and staff councils, as well as people who work in the management or human resources area or seek a position in these areas. Our students are in demand as experts: They create a working environment that highlights the role of employees with all their skills and knowledge.

1. Sciences and Methods

1.1 Scientific writing
1.2 Moderation and presentation techniques
1.3 Self-management
1.4 Project-competence studies
1.5 Business mathematics
1.6 Descriptive and closing statistics

2. Project Management

2.1 Basics of project management
2.2 Project organization and planning

3. Economics

3.1 Microeconomics
3.2 Macroeconomics
3.3 External economic relations

4. Business Administration

4.1 Performance
4.2 Finances
4.3 Accounting

5. Business Management

5.1 Fundamentals of business management
5.2 Strategic management
5.3 Leadership

6. Organization

6.1 Foundations of organizational theory and practice
6.2 Structural organization
6.3 Procedural organization
6.4 Specific and innovative forms of organization

7. Marketing

7.1 Marketing research
7.2 Marketing strategies
7.3 Marketing tools
7.4 Organizational control and the implementation of marketing strategies

8. Human Resources

8.1 Employment and education
8.2 Human resource management basics
8.3 Staffing
8.4 Staff development

9. Accounting and Controlling

9.1 Accounting / Cost and revenues
9.2 Controlling

10. Financing

10.1 Function and framework
10.2 External financing
10.3 Internal financing and financial planning

11. Law

11.1 Fundamentals of civil law / civil code
11.2 Commercial and company law
11.3 Contract law
11.4 Individual employment law
11.5 Constitutional law
11.6 Collective bargaining law
11.7 Labour law
11.8 International labour law

Elective modules:

Business Management and Current Issues of Management

1. Occupational health and safety
2. Working conditions during the crisis
3. Employee data protection

Operational Methods, Tools and Techniques

1. Out-of-court procedures
2. Social law and pension systems
3. Bankruptcy law

Activating employee potentials

1. Psychological issues
2. Basics of job motivation
3. Current trends in organizational practice

Optimizing structures and processes

1. Basics of organizational development
2. Change management
3. Participation management

Academic degree:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Duration of study:
36 months regular, reduction for graduates of the Europäische Akademie der Arbeit (EAdA) possible

Enrollment:
Next course: September 19, 2019

Education investment:
18,000 EUR (36 months) or 12,000 EUR (EAdA), plus 540 EUR enrollment fee

Organization of studies:
a 2 to 3-day attendance seminar every month, modular self-learning system on the e-Campus

Course language:
German (students must have a certain level of English to get their degree)

Assessments:
Exams, project-related study papers, presentations, bachelor thesis

Accreditation:
FIBAA

Requirements:

  • High school diploma, Fachhochschulreife or subject-specific university entrance qualification, each with subsequent, at least two years of professional experience* or
  • Secondary education and at least two years of professional training and three years' professional experience in the profession or
  • Master, technician, graduated Betriebswirt, career advancement for professionals in the health care, social care or education or
  • a comparable technical education within the §34 of the Education Act Berlin or
  • Successful completion of the 11-month full-time program of the EAdA.

* If an applicant does not or only partially has this experience, but has a general university entrance qualification, subject-specific university entrance qualification or Fachhochschulreife, he/she can be admitted directly with mandatory compulsory participation in the necessary additional modules as well as in the intensive project support program.


Contact persons

Student support and counseling

Dr. Ramona Buske

Phone: +49 (0) 69 977897 49
E-Mail


Head of study program

Dr. Bedia Sahin

Phone: +49 (0) 69 7720 33
E-Mail