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Master Management (MSc)

The master program in Management is a generalist, scientifically based full-time program. Students are prepared for a role as decision-makers and managers in organizations - regardless of whether they are private sector, public or civil society organizations.

Information on objectives, contents and structure on the website of the master program in Management.

In this master program, our institute offers the following courses:

Competence Field: Control and management of public and non-profit organizations

This competence field focuses on new paradigms, organizational forms and management concepts that have a practical application in public and non-profit organizations. Students learn about current developments and phenomena from different theoretical perspectives and on this basis analyze structures, processes and cultural aspects of a wide range of organizations. The teaching of subject-related theoretical and application-oriented skills enables the students to develop and evaluate concrete actions to shape and change public and nonprofit organizations.

Organizational Behavior

This course focuses on how social processes contribute to the functioning of organizations and the achievement of organizational goals. Students learn to differentiate various theories, concepts and explanatory approaches to human behavior in organizations and to apply their propositions to concrete leadership and management-related everyday situations.

Research methods II (qualitative)

This course offers students an overview of basic methodological approaches in the social sciences and focuses in particular on the fit between research question, phenomenon area, theoretical framework and empirical design. Students become acquainted with the methodology of qualitative empirical social research and practice dealing with common problems in data collection and processing.