The program provides a broad understanding of core business principles with the option to choose a concentration in the following areas: Marketing, Management, Finance or Managerial Economics.
The American Bachelor of Science degree can be completed in up to eight semesters. Students must complete a minimum of 120 American college credits (40 courses).
The management programs aim to develop leadership skills and to expose students to the tools used in the business world. With a strong focus on communication, cultural fluency and decision-making in diverse environments, the programs qualify for management careers in organizations with global ties. These can be large multinational organizations, but also start-ups and small- and medium-sized organizations with a need for cross-border perspectives.
The general education part of the American program helps you to gain broader perspectives besides your technical knowledge. This is important not only because German Human resource managers explicitly demand more of this quality from their hires from private universities. This is important not only because research has shown that knowledge in general education differentiates the successful German top managers from their less successful counterparts in advanced careers. This is important not only because a broad education offers you full access to Master studies in the American university system. The most important point is that openness and a profound general knowledge help you to develop a rich personality and prepares you for a good and satisfied life.
Program Start Date: Fall or Spring semester
Duration: 4 years
Start Dates: Fall Semester: Late August, Spring Semester: February
Location: Campus am Rupenhorn
Fees: For the first semester, there is a flat fee of €4500. At the beginning of the second semester, it is a per credit rate. For fewer than 12 credits (1-3 courses*), the tuition fee is calculated using a per credit charge of € 400. For 12 or more credits, the fee is €350 per credit.
Abitur, High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent.
US Degree Track (120 American college credits)