IMEP | International Master Exchange Program - Courses

IMEP - The International Master Exchange Program is offered 
every fall / winter from September – December

 

COURSE ID COURSE TITLE
[CR = ECTS credits
h = contact hours of
45 minutes every week]
 
  FALL 2019 FALL 2020
[Oct 1 through 
December 22, 2020]
(1) SPECIALIZATION - Marketing, Brand Management and Public Relations       
CCM5101E Issues Management and Crisis Communication
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered

CCM5102E

Campaigning & Narrative Communication
(3 Cr / 2 h) 

  offered tbc

CCM5031E

Communication Management
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered
MCO5012E Visual Design and Production 
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered
MCO6012E Brand Management
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered
MKT6051E Digital Marketing
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered

IND6100E

Independent Studies 
(15 Cr /1 h);
Format: Scientific work one-on-one or in small groups with a professor of our business school, resulting in an extended scientific essay.
Topics: By mutual agreement - driven by student’s interest and qualification

 

offered
 

offered
- see details and list of topics here

(2) SPECIALIZATION - Accounting & Finance, Leadership and Innovation   Fall 2019 Fall 2020

ACC5011E

International Financial Reporting Standards
(6 Cr / 4 h)

  offered offered

BIS6219E

Management of Emerging Technologies
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered
BIS6233E Digital Transformation
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered
BIS6234E Service Innovation & Service Science
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered

ECO5023E

European Financial Markets
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered tbc

HRM6111E

Leadership*
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered

GMT6211E

Capital Raising and Investing / Project Finance
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered
GMT6214E Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructurings
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered
GMT6215 Applied Corporate Valuation 
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered

MLICS5104E

Advanced Technology and Innovation Management
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered

IND6100E

Independent Studies
(15 Cr /1 h);
Format: Scientific work one-on-one or in small groups with a professor of our business school, resulting in an extended scientific essay.
Topics: By mutual agreement - driven by student’s interest and qualification

 

offered

offered
- see details and list of topics here

(3) MANAGEMENT, GENERAL EDUCATION & LANGUAGE

(3a) General Management

  Fall 2019 Fall 2020

BIS6214E

Global Information Management
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered

BIS6311E

Project Management (on the basis of PMI)
(3 Cr / 2 h)

 

offered

offered

GMT5423E Fundamentals of Strategic Management 
(3 Cr / 2 h)
  offered offered

HRM5101E

Modern HRM Practice 
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered ---
IBU2131E Challenges and Perspectives of the European Integration 
(5 Cr / 3 h)
  offered offered

CON6063E

Research Methodology
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered
IND6100E Independent Studies
(15 Cr /1 h);
Format: Scientific work one-on-one or in small groups with a professor of our business school, resulting in an extended scientific essay.
Topics: By mutual agreement - driven by student’s interest and qualification
  offered
 
offered
- see details and list of topics here

(3b) General Education & Language***
 

 

Fall 2019 Fall 2020

LAN3201

 

German as a Foreign Language 1 – A1 *
(pre-semester intensive course in September)
(5 ECTS Credits / intensive course,
18 days, 105 contact hours in total)**

  offered offered

German as a Foreign Language 2 – A2
(5 Cr / 8 h) 

  offered offered

SSC1101E

The History of Post-War Germany
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered

SSC1102E

The History of German Art
(3 Cr / 2 h)

  offered offered

(4) Additional offers

     

MKT6106E

Multicultural Marketing and Branding
(3 Cr / 2 h)

    offered

Annotations:

  • Offered = course will be offered; syllabus will be published/circulated latest at the semester start, if no link available
  • tbc = course offer to be confirmed
  • The General Management, General Education and courses within the specializations are arranged without any time-table conflicts.
  • Contact hours: 1 contact hour translates to 45 minutes; typically one session comprises 90 minutes
  • ECTS Credits: 1 ECTS credit corresponds to 30 hours of workload, including contact hours, further reading, assignments & preparation for exams.
  • * = subject to seat limit
  • ** = credits will be allocated upon passed A2 exam
  • *** = special offer to all international exchange students

Latest update: July 28, 2020 / JE