Bachelor's Degree in Business in Germany

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Bachelor of Business is an undergraduate degree, which opens doors to a vast number of career tracks as well as continued education opportunities. Critical thinking, creative leadership techniques and problem solving are some of the key skills students enrolled in a Bachelor of Business program will develop. Universities and business schools in Germany offer various concentrations or specializations within the Bachelor of Business undergraduate curricula to further develop students' educational experience to help them meet their career goals.

Typically lasting three to four years, a Bachelor of Business degree covers the foundational disciplines integral to business study, such as Ethics, Organizational Behavior, Finance, Management, Accounting, Human Resources, Marketing and more. Bachelor of Business programs in Germany are available on a part time, full time basis or online. Applicants to Bachelor of Business programs in Germany will need to submit their secondary school grades in addition to some other supporting admissions documents. Some Bachelor of Business students will also have the opportunity to explore other subjects or courses that interest them by electing to take extra classes during their undergraduate study. Additionally, many Bachelor of Business programs allow students to choose when they will take certain required courses for their major.

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Bachelor International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship

Leuphana University of Luneburg
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Lüneburg

What makes business success and what are the differences between successful and less successful start-ups, widely recognized private companies or public organizations? Which managerial and entrepreneurial skills bring success at national as well [+]

Best Bachelors in Business in Germany 2017. What makes business success and what are the differences between successful and less successful start-ups, widely recognized private companies or public organizations? Which managerial and entrepreneurial skills bring success at national as well as international level? And how can companies or organizations contribute to the common good by creating public value? BACHELOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP The English-taught undergraduate program in International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship prepares students for the functional areas of business. They deal with basic and in-depth issues concerning business activities, economic processes, and the complex interconnections of managerial and entrepreneurial actions in an international environment. STUDYING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP The Bachelor's program International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship is based on a broad, fundamental academic education. Students of this program prepare to work in the functional areas of business by being enabled to develop the important managerial and entrepreneurial skills necessary to be successful in a rapidly changing business environment. A special emphasis is on management and entrepreneurial orientation from an international perspective. The knowledge of entrepreneurship in theory and practice, business processes and management function is complemented by further broader specific areas, such as accounting, finance, marketing, law, organizational behavior, IT, and qualitative and quantitative research methods. Furthermore, through a historical view of management as well as a study of corporate and business ethics issues, the students of this study program develop a historically embedded and society-oriented perspective. This holistic approach in the tradition of the ideal of ‘management as Liberal Art’ (Peter Drucker) should sensitise students not only to responsibleness in their field of business, but also to society and the environment. INDIVIDUAL AND CLOSE SUPERVISION The cohort size of only 35 students enables individual and close supervision. Therefore, teaching in the Major IBA&E builds on active knowledge acquisition by investigation. This method enhances students’ individual performance. EDUCATIONAL GOALS The aim of this course of study is to help and support students on their way to developing a broad understanding of business, to building up an entrepreneurial skills set and acquiring the leadership competencies they need to respond to the challenges and problems humanity in general, and businesses in particular, face in the 21st century. APPLICATION AND ADMISSION Applicants for the bachelor’s program comprising a major and a minor subject must meet the academic standard required for university entrance or the academic standard specifically related to the subject they wish to study. We are happy to welcome students from all over the world to Leuphana University of Lüneburg. Students who wish to complete a bachelor’s degree at Leuphana College, but who do not have a German university entrance certificate, must apply through the Application Services for International Students, Uni-Assist, in Berlin. [-]

Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, Business Administration and Economics

Ostfalia University of Applied Science
Campus Full time 7 semesters October 2017 Germany Wolfenbüttel

Innovative electrical engineers are developing solutions for the challenges of tomorrow: emission-free electric cars, renewable energies, or modern communication tools are only a few areas we are working on. However, it is not sufficient for companies to only be concerned with the technical side of... [+]

Innovative electrical engineers are developing solutions for the challenges of tomorrow: emission-free electric cars, renewable energies, or modern communication tools are only a few areas we are working on. However, it is not sufficient for companies to only be concerned with the technical side of these promising fields. In order to be successful in the market, companies must also consider problems from an economic standpoint, while keeping the needs of the customers in mind. Here is where the degree course “Electrical Engineering, Business Administration and Economics” comes into play. Approximately two thirds of the course material deal with the subjects of electrical engineering and information technology. The technical part of the studies has a focus on the basic principles as well as in depth lectures from the automation, energy and IT fields. A broad basis in business administration, such as cost accounting, Marketing, Controlling, Finances or business law, will be conveyed in the commercial part of the studies. The lectures from the commercial part of the studies are offered online, which grants the students more flexibility in their time as well as their physical location. Industrial engineers are sought after in the work field because of their broad, interdisciplinary study. Possible careers include project management, management of technical areas, system and/or plant monitoring or technical sales. Learning objectives The degree program “Electrical Engineering, Business Administration and Economics” covers the major topics of economics as well as those from electrical engineering and information technology. These strong disciplines prepare graduates for the diverse demands of the modern corporate world. The occupational fields are a result of the increased demands of global values. The study conveys the essential methodical tools along with a interdisciplinary integration of the graduate. Typical occupations project management corporate management plant monitoring quality management technical sales Technical field basics such as DC and AC power, measurement technology, IT, digital technology (basic studies), specialization in energy technology, IT, control engineering, software engineering, power electronics, electrical energy distribution, digital information transfer, communication systems (main studies) Commercial field general business administration, marketing, accounting, human resources (basic studies) basics and specialization in economic law, cost and revenue accounting, macroeconomics, financing and controlling, logistics, investment (main studies) "Integration" courses courses such as statistics and project management as a link between the key topics of economics and technology as well as completion of the study thesis, internship project and bachelor thesis. Order of study 1st through 3rd semester: basics 1st through 3rd semester: basics 7th semester: integrated internship phase and bachelor thesis [-]