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Curriculum (start of studies in winter term 2013/14 or earlier)

The attribution of modules to a semester is no more than a recommendation. If you respect the prerequisites for some modules, you can absolve the curriculum in your own order.

The links open the respective module description (in German).

Semester Course Hours/week Credits Assessment
1 Business Administration I 4 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
1 Introduction to Economics 3 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
2 Business Administration II 4 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
2 Microeconomics 3 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
3 Macroeconomics 3 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
3 Business Accounting I 3 5,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes
3 Principles of Didactics in Economics 4 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
4 Social Policy 3 5,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes
4 Business Accounting II 3 5,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes
4 Statistics 4 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
5 Proseminar in Economics (may as well be attended in the 4th or 6th semester) 2 5,0 Seminar paper and presentation
5 Law for Economists I 3 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
5 Business Administration III (Accounting) 3 5,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes
6 Law for Economists II 3 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
6 Economic Policy 3 5,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes
6 Praxis of Didactics in Economics: Using Media to teach economics 2 2,5 Seminar paper and presentation
7 Advanced seminar in Economics 2 5,0 Seminar paper and presentation
7 Praxis of Didactics in Economics: Planning, performing and reflection of teaching Economics 2 2,5 Seminar paper and presentation
8 Informatics: Conceptual modelling* 4 5,0 Written assignment of 90 minutes
8 Advanced seminar in Business Administration 2 5,0 Seminar paper and presentation
8 Law for Economists III 3
9 Law for Economists IV 3 10,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes (for Law III and Law IV)

* Students who study Economics in combination with Informatics choose an additional elective module with 5 ECTS credits instead of attending Business Informatics.

Requirements for specific modules

  • Participating to the lectures on Microeconomics and Macroeconomis requires the knowledge of the module Introduction to Economics.
  • Participating to the lectures on Social Policy requires the passed module Introduction to Economics.
  • Participating to the proseminar in Economics and the lecture on Economic Policy requires the passed modules Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • Participating to the advanced seminar in Economics requires the passed module proseminar in Economics.
  • Participating to the advanced seminar in Business Administration requires the past modules Business Administration I and II.

Required courses alongside the subjects

In addition to the classes within the chosen subjects, students must meet the follow requirements:

  • 35 ECTS credits from education science/psychology
  • 10 ECTS credits from practical experiences
  • 5 ECTS credits from free elective modules (all other classes at the Institute of Economics with examination)