Digital Transformation & Sustainability (MSc)

Roland Magunia

Master Digitalisation & Sustainability

The innovative Master of Science "Digital Transformation & Sustainability" combines the two future topics of digitalisation and sustainability in a business study course for the first time.

Rethinking teaching and research! The small study group with a maximum of 17 students use project-based learning and are accompanied by two professors and project consultants.

You are interested in making your own contribution and want to develop your own projects and ideas? This programme is ideal for you!

Aligning with the UN's Global Goals, the graduates of the programme get the job done to sustainably master the challenges of a rapidly changing digital world - perfect for the career as a Change Manager, Project Leader, CEO...

 

 

Facts

Students 17 per year
Degree Master of Science with the right to proceed into doctoral studies (state recognition in preparation)
Credits 120 ECTS
Language German, some contents may be taught in English
Course Duration 30 months, start on 1 October
Course Organisation Part-time, 11 weeks per semester with two presence days and one full-time week per study year or two full-time weeks during the entire study course
Admission Requirements Good bachelor's degree, work experience not obligatory but beneficial for JOB&MASTER-placement, B2-level in German and English
Financing JOB&MASTER, additional grants
Study Fees 28.500 Euro (=950 Euro per month)*, early-bird discount of 10% if the application is handed in by the 31 May. They include examination fees.
Application Process Written application, telephone interview, Admission Day. Applications are accepted until the maximum number of students is reached. We recommend to apply early, since grants and JOB&MASTER-places are eventually allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis
Accreditation The study course is accredited by the FIBAA.

Plan of Studies

Highlights

1. Innovative combination of the degree programmes Digitalisation & Sustainability - breaking the boundaries between disciplines
2. Projects - from practice & research, which can also include your own ideas - instead of exams and tradi
3. Small groups and individual support
4. International Excursion (into the digital world)
5. 4 Competencies of the Global World: Critical Thinking, Creativity, Communication and Collaboration
6. Innovative topics: networking of people, organisations and the world, influence of digital media, growing importance of data and machines
7. Continuous reference to the 17 Global Goals of the United Nations (SDGs)

Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Susanne Hensel-Börner

Prof. Dr. Susanne Hensel-Börner
Course Head MSc Digital Transformation & Sustainability

Profile
Modules:
  • Data-Based Decision-Making
  • Projects
Prof. Dr. Michael Höbig

Prof. Dr. Michael Höbig
Course Head MBA Corporate Management and Head of Digital Innovation Lab

Profile
Modules:
  • Effects of Digitalisation
  • Projects
Prof. Dr. Alkis Otto

Prof. Dr. Alkis Henri Otto
Head of Department Applied Economics

Profile
Module:
  • Sustainable Management
José Luis Carretero López

José Luis Carretero López
Partner/Managing Director, Dr. STEINER & CARRETERO GmbH

Module:
  • Human & Machine
Prof. Dr. Sönke Hartmann

Prof. Dr. Sönke Hartmann
Professor for Operations Research and Logistics

Profile
Module:
  • Algorithms & Intelligence
Prof. Dr. Gregor Hopf

Prof. Dr. Gregor Hopf
Head of Department Media & IT

Profile
Module:
  • Communication
Negar Nazemian

Negar Nazemian
HR Manager

Module:
  • Project 3: Leadership Challenge
Christoph Quarch

Christoph Quarch
Lecturer, Philisopher and Author

Profile
Module:
  • Values & Behaviour
Lisa Rosa

Lisa Rosa
Lecturer

Profile
Module:
  • Systemic Thinking
Prof. Dr. Inga Schmidt-Ross

Prof. Dr. Inga Schmidt-Ross
Vice President Academic & Management Education, Quality Management and Professor for Marketing

Profile
Module:
  • Customer Journey
Elmar Seestädt

Elmar Seestädt
Consultant for Digitalisation, Agile Transformation and Project Management

Profile
Module:
  • Agile Work

Application Process

Financing

...with the Support of the Employer

If the applicant is already in employment, it is possible, depending on the company, for the employer to cover most of the tuition fees.

... with JOB & MASTER

The JOB & MASTER programme aat HSBA is a placement service for applicants who wish to combine academic and professional development.

Many participating companies are looking for motivated applicants and therefore willing to pay the tuition fees as well as any additional fees.

...with Your Own Means

In den Studiengebühren sind die Prüfungsgebühren enthalten. Die Kosten für die Auslandswoche jedoch nicht.

Other Scholarships and Funding Programmes

As part of the HSBA study funding programme, a maximum funding of 50% of tuition fees is possible. Other funding programmes and scholarships remain unaffected.

More information on the HSBA scholarship here.

The "Deutschlandstipendium" scholarships are awarded based on performance and amount to EUR 300 per month. 50% stem from public funding from the German government and 50% from the university's own private funding.

For further information please take a look at the specific information and regulations regarding the "Deutschlandstipendium". 

For further funding needs, HSBA students also qualify for other scholarships . 

A good help for finding the most appropriate scholarship is mystipendium.de. To find a suitable foundation, please check the platform stiftungssuche.de.

To secure funding students of HSBA can also apply to certain foundations which grant scholarships, such as:

The following banks offer student loans on special terms:

Further information on the topic can be found on the websites www.studienkredit.de and the CHE-Studienkredit-Test 2016. Please be aware that these websites are only available in German.

* State recognition is in progress

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