Overview

Business Administration

The business administration as part of the economics deals with economic contexts and regularities of individual enterprises and enterprises with the goal concrete support of decision-making processes.

The study field at a glance

For some years now, the study programs Business Administration have been among the most popular at German universities - for women and men alike. There are good reasons for the uninterrupted attractiveness: The wide range of knowledge that business administration teaches enables a wide range of company positions and functions.

Business administration is a branch of economics. Here, individual companies with their economic relationships, processes and legalities are the focus. The subject imparts general business knowledge in the context of more generalist study programs, which often also provide opportunities for emphasis. In addition, business administration has become highly differentiated and has developed independent study programs that deal with issues of individual functional areas (such as finance and accounting or marketing), individual sectors (such as construction and real estate) or international aspects of corporate activity.

Offered courses

Bachelor programs in this area are mainly at universities of applied sciences, but also at some universities. The study program designations are usually Business Administration. Possible designations are also: management, business management or SME management.

Contents of the course

The program teaches the basics of economics and business administration as well as knowledge in areas such as corporate governance, corporate taxation, human resources, business mathematics and statistics, accounting and accounting, cost and performance accounting, procurement, production and logistics, business law, personnel management and foreign trade and international law.

Possible careers after graduation

The program teaches the basics of economics and business administration as well as knowledge in areas such as corporate governance, corporate taxation, human resources, business mathematics and statistics, accounting and accounting, cost and performance accounting, procurement, production and logistics, business law, personnel management and foreign trade and international law.

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