Economics and Management Science  

Bachelor of Science Economics and Management Science

The program combines topics and perspectives of economics and management science, forming the basis for a sound and integral education in business and economics.

In the first half of the program, students take a look at major issues and questions in management science and economics. They also gain knowledge in the fields of economic law, business information technologies, mathematics and statistics.

In the second half of the program, students can choose a branch of specialization and further qualification from course options such as “Planning, Engineering and Management”, “Banks and Insurances” or “Accounting, Financing and Taxation.”

Those who hold a Bachelor degree in Economics and Management Science are qualified for a variety of occupations; for example, in companies, civil service, or in planning offices and departments. The program also prepares students for a continued academic career, providing the requisite background for enrollment in Master programs in economics, management science or similar subjects.

Program Details

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Duration of program: 6 semesters (3 years)
Start: Winter semester

Curriculum

1. Semester

  • Introduction to economics and management science
  • Statistics and theory of probability
  • Mathematics for economists
  • Law for economists

2. Semester

  • External and internal accounting
  • Microeconomics
  • Mathematics for economists
  • Law for economists

3. Semester

  • Marketing and services
  • Macroeconomics
  • Business information systems

4. Semester

  • Public finance and taxation
  • Empirical economic research
  • State and economy

5./6. Semester

  • Key qualification / Elective coursework and key qualification/ internship/ semester abroad and Bachelor Thesis (5./6.) The order in which requirements are to be fulfilled is left to the student's discretion.
  • Fields for specialized qualification
    • Planning, Engineering and Management
    • Banks and Insurance
    • Accounting, Financing and Taxation

Application and Admissions

Application Requirements

  • Basic entrance requirement for higher education
  • Language requirement: English B2

Application Submission Period

Grade Point Average

  • Should the number of applicants for a given year exceed available program space, an applicant’s previous grade point average will be taken into consideration during the selection process.

last update: 06.12.2019 

Program Adviser

Prof. Dr. Fred Wagner
Chair of Insurance Management
04109 Leipzig, Gottschedstraße 12 (3. Floor)

Office Hours:
Thursday: 9.15am – 10.45am
and by appointment with:

Kristina Zentner
Telephone:
+49 (0)341 - 355 305 75
Email | Homepage

Office hours are subject to change; please verify current office hours on the program website.