Bachelor courses of study

Business Law

The economy only works within a binding legal framework – well-trained experts in economic law are indispensable. This course of study teaches specialised knowledge and the latest findings from all areas of law relevant to the economy. In the international context, it also deals with the basic principles of business administration and national economics. This is where analytical skills, social skills and managerial abilities count. The professional opportunities after the degree are as varied as the business world: in addition to work in the legal and commercial area, graduates can also pursue alternative paths. Thanks to their broad training in law and economics, students qualify for classical business administration positions. A further option is a consecutive Master’s course which provides further depth.

ExamBachelor of Laws
RequirementsThe general admission requirements for studying at a university of applied sciences (school leaving certificate giving right of entry to higher education, entrance qualification for studies at universities of applied sciences, master craftsman qualification,…) or a previous education recognised as equivalent are applicable.
Course duration6 Semester
Start of the courseWintersemester
Major fields of studyThe course comprises a standard period of study of 6 semesters. This includes a work placement – 18 weeks – and the degree thesis – ten weeks.
NotesNo restrictions on admissions
AccreditationDegree course accredited by FIBAA .
Department2 - Economics
Academic subject adviserProf. Dr. Zümrüt Gülbay-Peischard
Prüfungs- und Studienordnung50_BA_WRE_PSO_2012_SAE_2013_netz.pdf
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