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  • Module Catalog

    „Mannheim Master in Management“

    (M.Sc.)

    University of Mannheim

    (Last update: 11.02.2016)

  • Structure and Conception of the Program

    The "Mannheim Master in Management” (MMM) offers a unique curriculum that allows

    through specializations within the areas or the covering of a wide range of different business

    subjects a completely flexible design of the study plan. The study concept is complemented

    through an involvement of neighboring university disciplines, compulsory courses in Methods

    and Key Qualifications such as corporate social responsibility and a specific offer in Business

    Economics from the field of economics. Under examination regulations the program thus

    includes the following fields of studies:

     Methods and Key Qualifications (16 ECTS credits)

     Business Economics (12 ECTS credits)

     Business Administration (44-68 credits)

     Elective (0-24 ECTS credits)

     Master’s Thesis (24 ECTS credits)

    Distinctive for the "Mannheim Master in Management” is next to the high degree of

    professional specialization, its international orientation. Besides the possibility to apply for a

    study abroad, the students of the MMM have the opportunity to participate in a double degree

    program. For outstanding students pursuing an academic career, an interface with a structured

    doctoral study program was introduced at the Center for Doctoral Studies in Business

    (CDSB), which makes it possible to shorten the time to receive the PhD.

    In the “Mannheim Master in Management” the following superordinated program-specific

    learning goals (LG) will be covered:

     Empirical methods – Students understand the underlying logic of scientific empirical

    studies. They have the necessary skills to conduct basic empirical research projects

    and interpret their results. (LG 1)

     Analyzing and solving decision problems – Students are familiar with methods of

    rational decision making and know the differences between normative and descriptive

    decision analysis. (LG 2)

     Corporate Social Responsibility – Students are able to deal with ethical questions in

    business. (LG 3)

     Global understanding – Students have a global understanding of business. (LG 4)

     Application of knowledge and basic research skills – Students are able to apply and

    adapt knowledge to solve an unfamiliar problem in a specialized field in business.

    They are able to apply basic research methods. (LG 5)

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    Index

    1. Core Courses ............................................................................................................................................................................... - 19 -

    2. Business Economics .................................................................................................................................................................... - 23 -

    3. Business Administration .............................................................................................................................................................. - 25 -

    3.1. Regular Course Offer .......................................................................................................................................................... - 25 -

    3.1.1. Area “Accounting and Taxation“ .............................................................................................................................. - 25 -

    3.1.2. Area “Banking, Finance, and Insurance“ .................................................................................................................. - 57 -

    3.1.3. Area “Information Systems“ ..................................................................................................................................... - 78 -

    3.1.4. Area “Management“ ............................................................................................................................................... - 103 -

    3.1.5. Area “Marketing“ ................................................................................................................................................... - 122 -

    3.1.6. Area „Operations Management“ ............................................................................................................................. - 138 -

    3.2. Changing Course Offer ..................................................................................................................................................... - 169 -

    3.2.1. Area „Accounting and Taxation“ ............................................................................................................................ - 169 -

    3.2.2. Area „Banking, Finance, and Insurance“ ................................................................................................................ - 183 -

    3.2.3. Area “Information Systems“ ................................................................................................................................... - 190 -

    3.2.4. Area „Management“ ............................................................................................................................................... - 192 -

    3.2.5. Area “Marketing“ ................................................................................................................................................... - 202 -

    3.2.6. Area “Operations Management“ ............................................................................................................................. - 208 -

    3.3. Business Research ............................................................................................................................................................. - 215 -

    4. Elective ...................................................................................................................................................................................... - 233 -

    4.1. Buiness Education ............................................................................................................................................................. - 233 -

    4.2. Computer Science ............................................................................................................................................................. - 237 -

    4.3. Business Law .................................................................................................................................................................... - 241 -

    4.4. Politics .............................................................................................................................................................................. - 249 -

    4.5. Mathematics ...................................................................................................................................................................... - 252 -

    4.6. Psychology ........................................................................................................................................................................ - 256 -

    4.7. English and American Studies .......................................................................................................................................... - 257 -

    4.7.1. English and American Studies for students without skills in humanities ................................................................ - 257 -

    4.7.2. English and American Studies for students with skills in humanities ..................................................................... - 263 -

    4.8. German Studies ................................................................................................................................................................. - 264 -

    4.8.1. German Studies for students without skills in humanities ...................................................................................... - 264 -

    4.8.2. German Studies for students with skills in humanities ........................................................................................... - 270 -

    4.9. Romance Studies ............................................................................................................................................................... - 271 -

    4.9.1. Romance Studies for students without skills in humanities .................................................................................... - 271 -

    4.9.2. Romance Studies for students with skills in humanities ......................................................................................... - 281 -

    4.10. History ............................................................................................................................................................................ - 282 -

    4.10.1. History for students without skills in humanities .................................................................................................. - 282 -

    4.10.2. History for students with skills in humanities ....................................................................................................... - 284 -

    4.11. Philosophy ...........................................................................................................................