A consecutive Master’s programme is extended directly from its corresponding Bachelor’s programme, content-wise. Non-consecutive Master’s programmes do not have their “own” Bachelor’s, but rather exist as independent degree programmes.
Launch into your career
Get a running start to your career by deciding on one of our 15 practice-relevant Master’s programmes. These studies will hone and supplement the skills and material learned in your Bachelor’s degree.
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Whether you choose to first gather work experience or go directly on from your Bachelor’s: a Master’s degree from our university is the stepping stone to leading positions in business and administration.
With us, your Master’s studies can typically be completed in 18 months. The programme encompasses 90 to 120 Credit Points. Each completed course is awarded three to eight Credit Points, depending on the study and examination regulations.
A Master’s degree qualifies you to begin work on a Ph.D. It is also a requirement for a career track in the highest levels of civil service (höherer Dienst).