German International University of Applied Science (GIU AS) offers industry-focused and future-oriented Bachelors and Masters Study Degrees in the following specializations and majors of the Faculty of Business Administartion.

English is the Teaching Language

 

International Business

As the pace of globalization accelerates the size of international trade and cross national economic transactions surge. Multinational and transnational organizations play a key role in such economic environments. Executives of these organizations must be trained not only to manage business, but also do this in diverse and dynamic environments.

The field of international business focuses on conducting business across boundaries. Students majoring in international business will be exposed to business topics such as finance, marketing and management from an international perspective. Specific examples of topics include international marketing, global logistics and international management, digital transformation and global sustainability management.  Students will also be expected to develop cross cultural awareness and sensitivity.

 

First Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Mathematics & Statistics I5
Financial Accounting I5
Introduction to Computer Science I5
Introduction to Management5
Introduction to Economics5
English AE/AS2
German Language I2
 
Second Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Computer Science II5
Math for Business & Economics II5
Principals of Financial Accounting II5
Human Resources Management 5
Introduction to Law5
English language AS/SM2
German Language II2
 
 
Third Semester
 
Course NameECTS
International Management5
Microeconomics 5
Marketing5
Business Law5
Cost Accounting5
English language SM/CPS2
German Language III2
 
Fourth Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Macroeconomics5
Principles of Corporate Finance5
Innovation Management5
Applied Statistics5
Managing Organizations 5
English Language CPS/RPW2
German Language IV2
 
 
Fifth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Management Accounting
5
Project Management5
Research Methodology5
Intercultural Management5
Regional Studies5
Elective I5
 
Sixth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Company Taxation 5
Information Management5
Financial Markets, Institutions & Investment5
Applied International Sustainability Management5
Elective II5
Elective III5
 
Seventh semester 
 
Course NameECTS
Strategic management5
Business Simulation5
Business Ethics5
International Marketing5
Internship & Report10
 
Eighth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Bachelor Thesis and Seminar30
Internship & Reports 
 
 
 
ECTS: The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System 
 
*Changes may occur to this curriculum without prior notice.
 
 

Finance, Banking & Accounting

This bachelor program is aimed for students who are eager to prepare for leading positions in the areas of finance, accounting, and banking. This degree program combines the strongly interlinked disciplines of accounting, controlling, corporate finance and corporate taxation. Students will be able to carry out demanding specialist and management tasks in both  nationwide and international companies across all industries, as well as areas of business consulting, tax consulting or auditing, finance and accounting.

 

First Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Mathematics & Statistics I5
Financial Accounting I5
Introduction to Computer Science I5
Introduction to Management5
Introduction to Economics5
English AE/AS2
German Language I2
 
Second Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Computer Science II5
Math for Business & Economics II5
Principals of Financial Accounting II5
Human Resources Management 5
Introduction to Law5
English language AS/SM2
German Language II2
 
 
Third Semester
 
Course NameECTS
International Management5
Microeconomics 5
Marketing5
Business Law5
Cost Accounting5
English language SM/CPS2
German Language III2
 
Fourth Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Macroeconomics5
Principles of Corporate Finance5
Innovation Management5
Applied Statistics5
Managing Organizations 5
English Language CPS/RPW2
German Language IV2
 
 
Fifth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Management Accounting5
Project Management5
Research Methodology5
International Accounting5
Capital Markets5
Elective I5
 
Sixth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Company Taxation 5
Information Management5
Financial Markets, Institutions & Investment5
Financial Analysis and Valuation
5
Elective II5
Elective III5
 
Seventh semester 
 
Course NameECTS
Strategic management5
Business Simulation5
Business Ethics5
Corporate Finance5
Internship & Report10
 
Eighth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Bachelor Thesis and Seminar30
Internship & Reports 
 
 
 
ECTS: The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System 
 
*Changes may occur to this curriculum without prior notice.
 

Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing is the act of engaging consumers of a certain product through the use of electronic devices such as: smart phones, computers, digital billboards, tablets, game consoles and cell phones among other electronic devices. The need to develop digital marketing professionals has become a necessity since the world is changing rapidly. Studying Digital Marketing prepares students for interactive marketing skills through creativity and application of modern digital media to promote sales and profits

This course helps bring together the aspects of digital media and creativity in marketing as well business promotion. And it offers students an opportunity to learn the skills of creating, processing and manipulating the digital content through modern technologies so as to bring about effective communication. Graduates from the BA Digital Marketing degree can pursue a number of career lines such as digital marketing, web design, and digital graphic design among others.

 
First Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Mathematics & Statistics I5
Financial Accounting I5
Introduction to Computer Science I5
Introduction to Management5
Introduction to Economics5
English AE/AS2
German Language I2
 
Second Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Computer Science II5
Math for Business & Economics II5
Principals of Financial Accounting II5
Human Resources Management 5
Introduction to Law5
English language AS/SM2
German Language II2
 
 
Third Semester
 
Course NameECTS
International Management5
Microeconomics 5
Marketing5
Business Law5
Cost Accounting5
English language SM/CPS2
German Language III2
 
Fourth Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Macroeconomics5
Principles of Corporate Finance5
Innovation Management5
Applied Statistics5
Managing Organizations 5
English Language CPS/RPW2
German Language IV2
 
 
Fifth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Management Accounting5
Project Management5
Research Methodology5
Social Media Management5
Marketing Analytics5
Elective I5
 
Sixth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Company Taxation 5
Information Management5
Market Research5
Communication Strategies and Consumer Behavior5
Elective II5
Elective III5
 
Seventh semester 
 
Course NameECTS
Strategic management5
Business Simulation5
Business Ethics5
Product Distribution Management 5
Internship & Report10
 
Eighth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Bachelor Thesis and Seminar30
Internship & Reports 
 
 
 
ECTS: The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System 
 
*Changes may occur to this curriculum without prior notice.
 
 

Entrepreneurship, Small and Medium Enterprises

 

Entrepreneurship, Small and medium enterprises are the backbone of any economy.  Students will learn the modern entrepreneurial economy and, more importantly, the strategic and managerial challenges small business owners and entrepreneurs face, moreover; students will learn about how small business owners and entrepreneurs can effectively manage their businesses. Small Business and Entrepreneurship graduate will be highly valued on the labour market.

 

First Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Mathematics & Statistics I5
Financial Accounting I5
Introduction to Computer Science I5
Introduction to Management5
Introduction to Economics5
English AE/AS2
German Language I2
 
Second Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Computer Science II5
Math for Business & Economics II5
Principals of Financial Accounting II5
Human Resources Management 5
Introduction to Law5
English language AS/SM2
German Language II2
 
 
Third Semester
 
Course NameECTS
International Management5
Microeconomics 5
Marketing5
Business Law5
Cost Accounting5
English language SM/CPS2
German Language III2
 
Fourth Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Macroeconomics5
Principles of Corporate Finance5
Innovation Management5
Applied Statistics5
Managing Organizations 5
English Language CPS/RPW2
German Language IV2
 
 
Fifth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Management Accounting5
Project Management5
Research Methodology5
Leadership Skills5
Feasibility Studies and Business Planning5
Elective I5
 
Sixth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Company Taxation 5
Information Management5
Managing SMEs5
Business Management and Entrepreneurship5
Elective II5
Elective III5
 
Seventh semester 
 
Course NameECTS
Strategic management5
Business Simulation5
Business Ethics5
SME Production Management and Marketing5
Internship & Report10
 
Eighth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Bachelor Thesis and Seminar30
Internship & Reports 
 
 
 
ECTS: The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System 
 
*Changes may occur to this curriculum without prior notice.

 

 

Supply Chain Management

 
This consecutive degree programme provides its students with broad foundation in the principles of Business Administration with an international and application-orientated Global Supply Chain and Operations Management approach. The course teaches analytic skills, the development of goal-orientated operative and strategic measures and their implementation in new and broad-based contexts.
 
Taught entirely in English and assuming an interactive form, the modules of this course enable its students to develop reliable high-level English language skills. The course also makes use of the professional experience of its participants to address a range of complex topics. Small group work fosters an open dialogue and close contacts between the students, teaching staff and experts working in the sectors which the course examines. All this combines to produce an intensive case-study based working atmosphere which leads to stimulating reflection and solution-orientated discussions.
 
Graduates of this Master’s degree programme go on to work in a range of careers in the fast-growing international Global Supply Chain and Operations Management Community.
 
 
First Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Mathematics & Statistics I5
Financial Accounting I5
Introduction to Computer Science I5
Introduction to Management5
Introduction to Economics5
English AE/AS2
German Language I2
 
Second Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Computer Science II5
Math for Business & Economics II5
Principals of Financial Accounting II5
Human Resources Management 5
Introduction to Law5
English language AS/SM2
German Language II2
 
 
Third Semester
 
Course NameECTS
International Management5
Microeconomics 5
Marketing5
Business Law5
Cost Accounting5
English language SM/CPS2
German Language III2
 
Fourth Semester
 
Course NameECTS
Macroeconomics5
Principles of Corporate Finance5
Innovation Management5
Applied Statistics5
Managing Organizations 5
English Language CPS/RPW2
German Language IV2
 
 
Fifth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Management Accounting5
Project Management5
Research Methodology5
Global Supply Chain Management5
Applied International Sustainability Management5
Elective I5
 
Sixth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Company Taxation 5
Information Management5
Quantitative methods in decision making5
Distribution and Transportation Management5
Elective II5
Elective III5
 
Seventh semester 
 
Course NameECTS
Strategic management5
Business Simulation5
Business Ethics5
Production and Supply Chain Management5
Internship & Report10
 
Eighth semester
 
Course NameECTS
Bachelor Thesis and Seminar30
Internship & Reports 
 
 
 
ECTS: The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System 
 
*Changes may occur to this curriculum without prior notice.