The wide range of our courses in business taxation covers a broad spectrum of national and international taxation issues. You may decide whether you want to take several courses as a specialisation or individual courses to broaden your horizon. There are no formal requirements for taking individual courses, but the courses build on each other. The majority of courses is offered in English.
Some courses are offered by renowned honorary professors and lecturers with outstanding practical experience. The courses have a practical approach with case studies and examples taken from practice.
The following overview summarizes our taxation courses. With a click on the course name you get to the detailed page of the course with information on the course such as structure, objectives, form of examination etc. Further information on the range of taxation courses can also be found in the slides of our Business Taxation Introduction Session.
|TAX 520: Besteuerung der Unternehmen||6||HWS|
|TAX 530: Taxation of Businesses and Individuals||6||HWS|
|TAX 611: Fallstudien zur Internationalen Unternehmensberatung||4||HWS|
|TAX 630: International Business Taxation||6||FSS|
|TAX 631: Internationale Konzernbesteuerung||4||FSS|
|TAX 661: Case Studies in International Tax Planning||4||FSS|
|TAX 730: Seminar in Betriebswirtschaftlicher Steuerlehre||6||HWS/|
|Master Thesis||24 ECTS||Course details||FSS/|
Within the Mannheim Master in Management program, you may choose elective modules at other schools. The Tax Law module of the Law Faculty at the University of Mannheim is an ideal addition to the courses offered by the Accounting & Taxation Area. This elective module accounts for 12–24 ECTS and can be combined with courses from the module Commercial and Corporate Law.
Most of the lectures are held by renowned professionals from the consulting and administration fields.
There are numerous courses such as:
For further information on the courses please refer to the module catalog and the website of the chair of public law and tax law of Professor Dr. Fetzer.
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 Cathrin Rieger at the dean’s office.