Introduction to Business Administration
Basic principles of business administration; Materials management and logistics; Production; Marketing; Accounting; Balancing; Company taxation; Cost accounting and auditing; Investment analysis and business valuation; Financing; Strategic Management; Personnel management, Leadership and organisation.
European Economy and Business Management (English)
Language of instruction
After successful completion of the course, students can illustrate the complexity of 21st century business administration. They also can outline the interrelations in management and therefore properly relate to future modules in their degree program, esp. those in the fields of management and finance & accounting, and establish links to related disciplines (e.g. business law, economics) (2). They will be able to make use of basic managerial models and concepts and apply them on basic corporate business management tasks (3).