In the bachelor's degree program in Business Administration, you have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of economic thinking and action and gain practical experience in subjects such as human resources management, business informatics, marketing and accounting.
Title on graduation:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
free of admission
210 ECTS in
Start of semester:
winter semester (01.10.)
€ (+ 15 € one time for thoska)
Language of instruction:
Unique selling points
Three-semester basic training followed by in-depth training
high practical relevance
Very good job market opportunities due to special breadth of application
As a graduate of the Business Administration degree programme, you have very good chances on the job market due to the special breadth of application of your professional qualification. Thanks to the education at the Ernst Abbe University of Applied Sciences Jena with a high level of practical relevance, you will be able to solve business management questions and problems in all areas of the economy and in the public sector. Functional focal points of the graduates' employment lie in particular in marketing, finance and accounting, auditing, EDP/organisation, human resources management as well as auditing and tax consultancy.
Thanks to the thematically flexible orientation of the degree programme, you can also be employed in numerous fields of work. Business administration know-how is in demand in companies in the private sector, in the manufacturing industry, but also in the public and social sectors. With the Business Administration degree and the relevant business know-how associated with it, your promotion to management positions can also be simplified.
The degree programme begins with three semesters of basic training. Here, the basics of economics and business administration are taught. Furthermore, the basic training includes legal, tax and mathematical topics as well as topics in business informatics. Elective courses are also offered. The basic training is followed by four semesters of advanced training.
The in-depth training serves to further differentiate and concretise as well as expand the knowledge acquired in the basic training. The students are thus prepared in a subject-specific manner for professional activity in the economy. The compulsory modules, the activity-oriented specialisation and the compulsory elective modules serve this purpose.