Within the Master’s in Business Administration, you need to choose one of the seven specialisations.
As a student, you have a great deal of freedom to structure your Master’s according to your interests and ambitions, thanks to the broad range of specialisations (and electives) you can choose from, some of which you will not easily find elsewhere. This way, you get to develop your own expertise and become the business leader you wish to be.
Below, you will find our students' motivations for choosing certain specialisation and electives.
As a student of the Master’s in Business Administration (BA), you will follow four compulsory courses which provide a solid theoretical foundation in the most important fields of business administration. What the rest of your curriculum looks like, depends on the choices you make in composing your Master’s. There are two steps to do this:
During your Master’s in Business Administration, you will collect a total of 60 EC within one year. In addition to the four compulsory courses of the Master's in Business Administration, you will follow additional courses within the specialisation of your choice.
Compulsory courses for the Master’s
Entrepreneurial Leadership & Responsible Organisational Design
Qualitative Research and Business Skills
Quantitative Design Methods in Business Research
Business Valuation & Corporate Governance
You will follow three courses that are related to the specialisation you chose. Find out more about the courses you can follow by first choosing a specialisation.
Free elective course
You can choose one elective freely. This can be a fourth course related to your specialisation, or one of the BA electives of other specialisations.
You will complete your Master’s with your master’s thesis. You will either perform this within the industry or conduct research at the university. This can also be done abroad.