The B.Sc. and M.Sc. Sustainable Management and Technology are programs of the TUM School of Management in cooperation with the TUM Campus Straubing.
Increasing social interest in sustainability-oriented business, changes in consumer behavior toward renewable and regenerative products, and political agreements and regulations with stricter environmental and climate targets have created a market where companies are now, more than ever, in demand to master the technological change toward climate-neutral and sustainable resource and technology management.
This structural change requires specialists with a business education based on sustainable concepts as well as knowledge in: energy and process technology, biotechnology, and material sciences in order to be able to redesign internal company production processes towards resource-saving and sustainable supply chains. This also includes approaches to circular economy. The aim is to develop holistic approaches for the comprehensive use of renewable raw materials and waste, and to be able to evaluate and optimize these in terms of their benefits. In addition, a global perspective is necessary, since companies are in international competition and should be enabled to contribute to the achievement of global sustainability goals.
The interdisciplinary bachelor’s and master’s programs in Sustainable Management and Technology bridge the gap between business and technical areas of enterprise. Additionally, they train the leaders of tomorrow’s sustainable economy to understand and shape entrepreneurial developments and their impact on society and the economy in the necessary depth and complexity.
CORONA: EFFECTS ON TEACHING AND DEADLINES (AS OF 02.03.2021)
Exams: health is top priority when conducting exams, digital exams wherever possible.
Application period for bachelor’s programs will be extended for winter semester 2021/22.
To counter the effects of the pandemic, examination and other deadlines are extended for the winter semester.
Taking part in courses or exams on campus is only possible under certain conditions. We have created a video with the most important health and hygiene rules.
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