|Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt||2 years|
|Master of Science in Business and Psychology||Onsite|
Modules cover the following five topics: “Human Resource Management and Personnel Psychology”, “Behavior in Organizations”, “Market and Competition” , “Behavioral Economics” and “Methodology”. These modules give students the opportunity for an individual focus and substantial choice.
The program includes required modules, required electives and elective modules. The required modules, which include an interdisciplinary module on “Business and Psychology: Joint Seminar with Tandem Projects”, are offered at the beginning of the program, and they lay the foundation for all five thematic pillars. In addition, an interdisciplinary research seminar spanning semesters three and four, with a strong link to the Master’s thesis, is offered. All mandatory courses are taught completely in English; in the required electives and elective modules, students can choose modules in German or English.
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In view of growing leadership complexity, it is of increasing importance for managers and executives to also have psychological know-how in addition to economic knowledge. Training in psychology helps to better understand human behavior in an organizational
In the Business and Psychology degree program at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (KU), an interdisciplinary team representing the different subdisciplines of business, economics and psychology brings the two worlds of business and psychology together to train leaders of the future.
context, while training in business and economics ensures that the corresponding economic know-how is covered.
Life & Earth Science
15 June for the following winter semester
- Proof of German language proficiency (A2 level)
- Proof of English language proficiency (B2 level)
The Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt is a Roman Catholic research university in Eichstätt and Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. Compared to other German universities it is a rather small institution with 4,800 students in 2019.