E2 Modules for the Bachelor Program Business Administration

The Bachelor program Business Administration includes an E2 module in which students can choose from 15 different subjects. Students select and attend one module; combinations of different subject are prohibited. The Module Guide offers detailed information about the individual modules. In addition, the following list contains the basic contact data:

European Economic Law

Responsible unit: Economic Law (Dr. Susanne Fessel)

Freakonomics

Responsible unit: General Business Administration (Prof. Dr. Joachim Prinz)

Computer Science

Responsible unit: Computer Science and Applied Cognitive Science, Faculty of Engineering

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Business Processes as Practical Experience

This E2 module can only be used to transfer competences earned in a dual vocational training program. Please see "Richtlinie zur Anrechnung außerhochschulisch erworbener Kompetenzen" at information materials for further information.

East Asian Economic Studies

Responsible units: OAWI/China (Prof. Dr. Markus Taube), OAWI/Japan (Prof. Dr. Werner Pascha)

Political Management

Responsible unit: Institute for Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Political Frameworks of Economics

Responsible unit: Institute for Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Political and Economic Development

Responsible unit: Institute for Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences

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small business management

Responsible unit: sbm-Office at the chair for Taxation (Prof. Dr. Volker Breithecker)

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Socioeconomics

Responsible unit: Institute for Socioeconomics, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Business English

Responsible unit: Business English/CSS (Dr. Wanja v.d.Goltz)

Business Mathematics

Responsible unit: Faculty of Mathematics (PD Dr. Volker Krätschmer)

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Business Education

Responsible unit: Business Education and Business Didactics (Prof. Dr. Thomas Bienengräber)

Business Psychology

Responsible unit: Applied Cognitive Science, Faculty of Engineering, in particular Chair for Business Psychology

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Economic Sociology

Responsible unit: Institute for Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences

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