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Curriculum (start of studies in winter term 2019/20 or later)

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
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 or Seminar paper (12-15 pages) with presentation (30-45 min.) or portfolio (workbook based on self-regulated learning, 10-20 pages)
3 Tutorial Professional Orientation 1 2,0 see above (belong to Principles of Didactics in Economics)
4 Elective module in Economics (1st Course)
Elective modules: see Section „Elective Modules“
5,0 dependent on the selected course
4 Business Accounting II 3 5,0 Written assignment of 60 minutes
4 Praxis of Didactics in Economics: Using Media to teach economics 2 2,5 see below
4 Praxis of Didactics in Economics: Planning, performing and reflection of teaching Economics 2 2,5 Written assignment of 90 minutes (about the whole module “Praxis of Didactics in Economics”)
5 Seminar in Economics (may as well be attended in the 4th or 6th semester) 2 5,0 Seminar paper (approx. 12 pages) with presentation (45-60 min.)
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 Elective module in Economics (2nd Course)
Elective modules: see Section „Elective Modules“
5,0 dependent on the selected course

Requirements for specific modules

  • For participating in the Seminar in Economics, the module Macroeconomics must be passed.

Elective modules

For the elective modules, students can choose among courses in Economics which are mentioned within the qualitative requirements of the LPO I (topics not thought otherwise are particularly Principles of Microeconomics and Government activity and Social Security). Offered classes are:

All mentioned modules may be used for every of the three elective modules, but they can of course only be used once.

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
  • 11 ECTS credits from practical experiences
  • 10 ECTS credits from free elective modules (all other classes at the Institute of Economics with examination)