Universität Wien

A. Bachelor Degree Programme Business Administration (A 033 515): Curriculum 2011

1. Introductory and orientation period

1.1. Basics of General Business Administration

1.1.1. Preparatory Courses

1.1.2. Required Modules

1.2. Basics of Business Mathematics

1.3. Basics of Economics and Sociology

1.4. Basics of Law

2. Core Phase

2.1. ABWL: Financial Management

040002 EK Basic Finance

2.2. ABWL: Marketing

040192 EK [ en ] Marketing: Part 1 (E)
040240 FK [ en ] Marketing: Part 2 (E)

2.3. ABWL: Organization and Human Resource

2.4. ABWL: Production and Logistics

2.5. ABWL: Innovation and Technology Management

2.6. Business Administration-Accounting

2.7. Quantitative Methods in Business Administration

2.8. Micro Economy

040464 UK [ en de ] Introduction to Microeconomics

2.9. Macro Economy

2.10. Private Law

2.11. Tax Law

2.12. Business Mathematics

2.13. Business Statistics

2.14. Basics of Information Technology

2.15. Business English

2.15.1. Preparatory Courses

2.15.2. Required Modules

040273 FK [ en ] WI-SPR: Business English II - Business English II

2.16. Empirical Social Research

3. Specialization Phase

3.1. Specialization in Management

3.1.1. Required Modules

3.1.1.1. Financial Management
3.1.1.2. Marketing Management
3.1.1.3. Organization and Human Resource Management
3.1.1.4. Production Management
3.1.1.5. Accounting

3.1.2. Required Elective Modules

3.1.2.1. Management Module
3.1.2.2. Business Law Module
040717 VK RdW: Copyright
3.1.2.3. Core Subjects Module
3.1.2.3.1. Principles of Finance
3.1.2.3.2. External Business-Accounting (Basics Module)
3.1.2.3.3. Revision, Tax and Escrow (Basics Module)
3.1.2.3.4. Strategic Innovation and Technology Management
3.1.2.3.5. Production Analysis
3.1.2.3.6. Supply Chain Management
3.1.2.3.7. Basics in Managerial Accounting
3.1.2.4. Module "IT-based Management"
3.1.2.4.1. Enterprise Information Systems
3.1.2.4.2. IT-Governance
040952 VK [ en ] BA IT: IT-Governance
040953 SE [ en ] BA IT: IT-Governance
3.1.2.4.3. Internet Marketing and Electronic Commerce

3.2. Specialization in Business Statistics

3.2.1. Linear Models

3.2.2. Extending Linear Models

3.2.3. Econometrics and Time Series Analysis

3.2.4. Probability Calculation

3.2.5. Applied Statistics, Bio Statistics and Consulting

3.2.6. Statistic Software and Computational Statistics

3.3. Specialization in Economic Analysis

3.3.1. Formal Modelling in Economy

040734 UE [ de en ] Decision and Game Theory

3.3.2. Decision and Game Theory

3.3.3. Applied Econometrics and Empirical Business Research

3.3.4. Basics of Financial Science

3.3.5. Economics

040553 UK Social Policy
040993 UK [ en ] Money and Banking

4. Additional Courses

040940 VK Business German

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