Global Management & Governance (MSc) Content

Stefan Malzkorn

Study Structure

120 ECTS must be acquired over the course of the study programme. The credits are spread over twelve modules and the Master’s thesis. The study programme takes a generalist approach and covers a broad range of business administration theory as well as relevant economic and legal topics. The overlapping topics of internationality, business ethics and governance are incorporated in the modules and analysed in the respective context.

The first nine modules as well as module 12 are core modules. In modules 10 and 11, students can choose between the specialisations Marketing, Human Resources, Finance or Entrepreneurship. The degree concludes with a six-month master’s thesis, which can relate to any area of the programme. 

Plan of Studies

Year 1

# Module ECTS Contact Hours
1. Decision Making & Economics 8 70
2. International Accounting & Governance 9 78
3. Ethics, Compliance & Dispute Resolution 6 51
4. International Strategic Management 10 78
5. International Politics & Economics 6 54
6. Master´s Elective 4 32
7. Digital Tool Box 1 25
  Total in Year 1 45 385

Year 2

# Module ECTS Contact Hours
8. International Study Trip 5 40
9. Financial Management 6 54
10. Leadership & Human Resource Management 7 64
11. Specialisations (Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Entrepreneurship) 10 83
12. Sustainable Innovation Camp 9 76
13. Topical Research Issues 10 78
14. Concluding Case Study 3 16
  Total in Year 2 45 371

Year 3

Module ECTS
Master's Thesis & Colloquium 30

Lecturers

Dr. Mary Papaschinopoulou
Former Director IHK NORD Brussels - Association of North German Chambers of Commerce and Industry


Modules: Study Trip to Brussels

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