|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
Master in Management (MIM)
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The Master in Management program at the TUM Campus Heilbronn aims to provide an international management education to bachelor graduates with a first degree in engineering, natural and/or life sciences.
In their first two semesters, students will acquire basic knowledge in management (42 ECTS), economics (6 ECTS), and law (6 ECTS). Moreover, they will gain insights into the areas of entrepreneurship and international management (6 ECTS). In their third semester, students will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge by choosing electives, to do project studies or even to study abroad (30 ECTS). The program will be completed by a written Master's thesis in the fourth semester (30 ECTS).
The electives in Management of Family Business and Management of Digital Transformation give students the chance to learn about how family-led companies operate and how they are managed against the backdrop of growing digitization. The city of Heilbronn and the surrounding region, home to a large number of entrepreneurial firms and hidden champions, many of which are family-run businesses, offer the perfect environment in which to pursue these specializations.
The teaching language of all courses is English. Therefore, the program is equally attractive for national and international prospective students who wish to study management and are especially interested in the management of medium-sized family businesses and topics of digital transformation.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the strongest research universities in Europe with about 600 professors, 43,000 students and 10,000 employees. Since the winter semester 2018/2019, the Technical University of Munich has been active at the Heilbronn campus with its Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the TUM School of Management. The focus of the courses is on the management of digital change and on family businesses. Research and teaching are designed to build bridges between economics and engineering in a dynamic, international environment.