Here you will find the recommended study schedules for the degree programmes at the Faculty of Economics and Management Science. These reflect the structure of the respective degree programmes and provide you with information about which modules you must take and in which area you have elective options. The study schedules are intended to provide you with guidance in organising your studies. Use these recommendations, for example, to plan your semesters, a possible stay abroad or an internship during the course of study.

A pyramid symbolizes the structure of the economics and management science program at the Leipzig University. Photo: Colourbox
Structure of studies. Photo: Colourbox

Structure of the Bachelor degree programmes

Our Bachelor's degree programmes are modularised and comprise a student workload of 180 credit points (CP) or ECTS points. Depending on the chosen degree programme this workload is divided up between

  • 120 to 130 CP in the compulsory area,
  • 10 to 30 CP in the compulsory elective area or second specialisation,
  • 20 CP inter-faculty and subject-specific key qualification and
  • 10 CP towards the Bachelor thesis.

The specific structure of our Bachelor's degree programmes can be found in the following recommended study plans.
 

Structure of the consecutive Master's degree programmes

Our Master’s degree programmes are modularised and comprise a student workload of 120 credit points (CP) or ECTS points. Depending on the chosen degree programme this workload is generally divided up between

  • 40 to 50 CP in the compulsory area,
  • 30 CP in the compulsory elective area,
  • 20 to 30 CP in the elective area,
  • 20 CP to the Master’s thesis.

The specific structure of our Master's degree programmes can be found in the following recommended study plans.

Structure of the postgraduate Master's degree programmes

If you have any questions about the course of study for our Master's degree programmes, please contact the relevant subject advisors directly.

The Mentoring team will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the structure of the degree programmes and the organisation of studies.

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