At a glance
|Study language||German||Intake||Spring + Fall||Duration||6 semesters|
|ECTS||180||Type of study||Full Time||Qualification||Bachelor of Arts|
|Semester abroad||Optional||Internship||Integrated||Campus||Cologne | Mainz|
|Tuition (Cologne)||775 €*||Tuition (Mainz)||725 €*||Financing||More info >>|
A national or international internship is firmly anchored in the curriculum during the semester break. Starting in the summer semester, Bachelor students complete an internship between the 5th and 6th semesters. If the programme starts in the winter semester, the internship takes place between the 4th and 5th semesters. Our Career Services department will help you find a suitable company.
We particularly recommend studying Business Psychology to people who wish to work in an international company, which also wishes to achieve its economic targets under psychological aspects. Business psychologists work in a wide range of company divisions. The selection and development of personnel, marketing, coaching and communication belong to the classic areas where companies obtain psychological expertise nowadays. CBS degree course joins the communication of business and economics with lectures from the field of psychology, placing emphasis on the company divisions where business psychologists work.
In the General Management degree course you do not only choose one specialisation – you choose two. This way you are able to combine different areas of competence in order to define your very own portfolio. Business Psychology for example pairs well with Marketing Management.
We attach a lot of importance to the practicality of our curriculum. We combine the theoretical aspects of management and business psychology with actual and real-life examples. The integration of case studies, a Business Project or a Business Simulation Game into the curriculum are examples of combining theory and practice. Additionally you can further broaden your practical and theoretical knowledge with two elective courses of your choice.
Curious about the programme? Why not make an appointment for non-binding course guidance services and clarify your questions regarding the study schedule, examinations, scholarships and financial aids. Take part in a trial lecture or visit an info evening or study information day.