The program features courses in management studies as well as in natural sciences or engineering. The program runs six semesters and allows for a semester abroad through its mobility window. You will be taught using methods that draw on the latest research as well as state-of-the-art industrial practice.

The structures of corporations are becoming increasingly complex: Interdependencies between corporate divisions are manifold, and traditional departmental borders are beginning to dissolve. Thus, companies need managers who combine a detailed knowledge of business, entrepreneurial skills and a solid understanding of innovation and technology.

Our bachelor’s program is designed to give you the interdisciplinary, high-level education which you need to meet these new challenges at the interface of management and technology. We regularly receive enthusiastic feedback from our corporate partners who confirm that our graduates have a competitive advantage for shaping their careers.

TUM School of Management is located in the center of Munich, the capital of the federal state of Bavaria. Munich is a financial, publishing and technological hub and the city of choice for many global companies such as BMW, Siemens and Allianz. The city offers stunning architecture, wide expanses of green and, on a clear day, a fabulous view of the Alps. Munich is characterized by a unique combination of a vibrant international city life and the native Bavarian spirit and lifestyle.

In their second semester students choose a specialization in Technology based on their interests and their career objectives. The courses of the chosen specialization in Technology are usually shared with students of the corresponding faculty. One of the following five specializations has to be chosen and completed successfully:

• Chemistry
• Computer Engineering
• Electrical & Information Technology
• Informatics
• Mechanical Engineering

Quelle: Technische Universität München vom 20.02.2019

  • Studienfeld(er)
    Betriebswirtschaftslehre; Internationale Betriebswirtschaftslehre; Technologiemanagement
  • Schwerpunkt(e)
    Betriebswirtschaftslehre; Chemistry; Computer Engineering; Electrical & Information Technology; Informatics; Mechanical Engineering; Technologiemanagement
  • Meisterprüfung und/oder gleichwertige berufliche Aufstiegsfortbildung
    • einem Beratungsgespräch an der Hochschule
  • Mehrjährige Berufsausbildung und/oder Berufserfahrung mit fachlicher Nähe zum Studienfach
    • einem Beratungsgespräch an der Hochschule
    • einer Eignungsprüfung
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