Economics as a minor subject in the bachelor's program (60 ECTS)

Course of studies for minor subject Business Administration 60 ECTS with start of studies from WS 2015/2016 and major subject Computer Science, Communication Science, Political Science, Sociology or Japanese Studies (120 ECTS)

1. FSFundamentals of Economics I: Microeconomics (GOP)*WSFundamentals of Economics 1 (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
1. FSFundamentals of Business Administration as a Minor I (GOP)*WS+SSFundamentals of Business Administration for Minor Students Part 1 (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
2. FSFundamentals of Economics II: MacroeconomicsSSFundamentals of Economics 2 (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
2. FSFundamentals of Business Administration as a Minor IIWS+SSFundamentals of Business Administration for Minor Students Part 2 (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
3. FSGeneral Business Administration I **WSManagerial accounting technology (lecture) +
Management accounting and finance for minor students (lecture)
3. FSInternational economic relationsWSInternational Economic Relations (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
4. FSGeneral Business Administration II **SSStrategy and marketing for minor students (lecture) +
Information, Organization and Leadership for Minor Students (Lecture)
4. FSFinance and economic policySSFinance and Economic Policy 1 (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
5. FSMoney, Credit & CurrencyWSMoney, Credit & Currency (Lecture/Exercise)2/26
5. FSFields of competence in business administration***WS+SSAccounting and Finance (WS) or Leadership & International Management (SS) or Strategy & Digitalization (SS)2+26

* Note 1: This is a GOP (Fundamentals and Orientation Examination). The GOP serves as an initial and early orientation for students as to whether they are likely to meet the requirements of this minor. GOPs must be passed by the end of the first semester of study, otherwise they may be repeated once at the next deadline. Retake Dates: For Principles of Business Administration for Minor Students Part 1, this is the following summer semester; for Principles of Economics 1, this is the winter semester.

** Note 2: There is one module exam for each module at the end of the semester. For modules that consist of two courses, there is also only one written exam. However, the written exam includes both courses.

*** Note 3: Exactly one of the three ABWL modules must be chosen. In the winter semester you can choose the ABWL module "Accounting & Finance", in the summer semester the ABWL modules "Leadership & International Management" or "Strategy & Digitization". Each ABWL module is composed of two lectures. The composition is as follows:

Modul/KompetenzfeldKompetenzfeld der BWL 1
Accounting & Finance (WS) =Unternehmensrechnung (Vorlesung) + Risk Management (Vorlesung)
Leadership & International Management (SS) =People and Organizations (Vorlesung) + International Management (Vorlesung)
Strategy & Digitization (SS) =Competition & Strategy (Vorlesung) + Digitale Unternehmung (Vorlesung)

Example: You decide to take the module/competence field "Accounting & Finance". In this case you attend the two lectures "Corporate Accounting" and "Risk Management". At the end of the semester you then write a module exam on both courses.

Subject to changes and errors.