Master of Business Administration (MBA, Berufsbegleitend)
Hochschule Darmstadt / Master of Business Administration im Detail
Master of Business Administration
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The MBA programme at Darmstadt Business School is tailored to meet the challenges of a dynamic global economy. It is a classical general management programme, emphasising strategy, finance, marketing and management teachings. Following the concept of Applied Sciences, we focus on a close connection between theory and practical application.
The Darmstadt MBA is an excellent choice for anyone seeking to prepare for a career in management. It provides intensive, relevant and effective preparation for the challenges faced by executives of national and international enterprises. Graduates from non-economic disciplines are the primary target group as well as those, who have studied Economics and wish to expand their skills in the areas of decision making and management orientation.
With this course of study we provide a practical and internationally-orientated education that enables you to understand changing and challenging business processes easily. An integrated and intensive curriculum covering the most important areas of present-day business management will introduce you to innovative methods and concepts. You will acquire and apply the knowledge and tools learned to solve business problems in a global context.
Furthermore, particular importance is attached to the development of the interpersonal skills of our students. These include: an ability to work in a team, decision-making, presentation techniques, conducting negotiations and intercultural understanding.
We will endow you with the necessary leadership skills for your management position and help you in the art of developing a business vision. In order to teach you these skills and make them operational, a powerful step-by-step procedure has been designed to assist you in gaining a leading position in your personal field of competence and interest. The MBA curriculum comprises 11 modules plus Master’s Thesis with a total of 90 Credit Points.
Our part-time MBA programme conveniently enables participants to combine a career with continuing education. No time off work is necessary, and the entire programme con be completed parallel to full-time employment. Our full-time MBA program will start very soon!
Students will be awarded an internationally-recognized degree “Master of Business Administration”. The degree qualifies one in particular for employment at the executive level in various fields of industry. Holders of this degree are entitled to begin PhD studies in Germany and abroad.
For admission to our part-time MBA programme we require:
- An above average first university degree
- 30 CP basic economic knowledge or attendance at preparation courses
- Adequate English language skills
- 3 years of professional experience
The MBA programme at Darmstadt Business School is designed for high-potential employees who require solid management skills in addition to their existing academic qualifications. To reach its full potential, the MBA programme needs to start at a certain level of presupposed knowledge. Therefore, we provide preparation courses for all applicants who don’t have a basic knowledge of business administration at the start of their MBA studies.
The part-time programme takes two years (four semesters) and is designed to combine continuing professional development with full-time employment.
For applicants with a German university degree: 15 August
For applicants with a foreign university degree: 1 June
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