Qualification Objectives for the Master's Programme in Economics and Management


  • In-depth understanding of specialized business and economic theories, models, and methods in specific fields of economic activity; ability to critically reflect on economic models.
  • Ability to scientifically analyse complex economic contexts and problems and to identify options for shaping economic conditions.
  • Ability to evaluate economic strategies and concepts in a systematic and differentiated manner.
  • Ability to develop, implement, and evaluate concepts and measures for the optimisation of individual and overall economic structures and processes.
  • Ability to work independently and scientifically.    


  • analysing complex economic coherences using theory and modelling economic structures, processes, and developments.
  • developing business and economic strategies, concepts, and measures, weighing benefits and drawbacks, and assessing and managing risk
  • strategically adapting management concepts and exercising management functions (planning, control, organisation and change).
  • structuring complex economic decision-making contexts; identifying and reflecting on assessment criteria in an argumentative manner.
  • moderate development and decision-making processes.
  • carrying out empirical investigations in economic fields of application and using research methods in an informed manner.
  • generating economic research questions, developing appropriate research designs, conducting research processes in a methodologically adequate manner, and presenting and critically evaluating research results according to scientific standards.
  • organising and coordinating interdisciplinary and international working relationships in a goal-oriented manner.