The Chair of Organization and Innovation offers courses at Bachelor's level, Master's level and within the doctoral program. For the dates of the lectures, exercises and tutorials as well as details about seminar application, please click on the links “course details”. The course descriptions in the tables below are as of January 2021.
Students in the MMM can find information on course recognition and learning agreements here; M. Sc. students in economic and business education will find them here. The business school’s undergraduate and double degree students will be informed directly by the dean’s office. Students from other schools with a minor in business should contact Isabella Heppting at the dean’s office. Information regarding letters of recommendation can be found here.
Also, please note the application form and the confirmation of submission of the Master thesis. In addition, please see here an illustrative one-page research draft, which you hand in with your application, an illustrative timeline, as well as our guidelines for scientific papers.
|MAN 401 Organization and Human Resource Management||6 ECTS||Spring semester|
|Bachelor Thesis Business Education Students||12 ECTS||Spring semester|
|Bachelor Thesis for Management Students||12 ECTS||Spring semester|
|MAN 690 Innovation Management||6 ECTS||Spring semester|
|MAN 691 Selected Topics in Organizational Behavior||4 ECTS||Spring semester|
|MAN 692 Organisationstheorie||6 ECTS||Fall semester|
|MAN 693 Strategic Intellectual Property Management||4 ECTS||Fall semester|
|MAN 695 Project Course Innovation Management||6 ECTS||Fall semester|
|MAN 721 Research Seminar Organization and Innovation||6 ECTS||Spring and Fall Semester|
|MAN xxx Master Colloquium||Course details||Spring and Fall Semester|
|Master Thesis for MMM Students||24 ECTS||Spring and Fall semester|
|MAN 806 Advances in Organization and Innovation Research||6 ECTS||Fall semester|
|MAN 809 Theory Construction in the Social Sciences||6 ECTS||Fall Semester|
|Internal Doctoral Seminar||0 ECTS||Spring and Fall Semester|