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Bachelor Management and Technology (TUM-BWL)

In order to create a sustainable economy, innovative business models in the sense of the entrepreneurial idea as well as novel products and technologies are of particular importance. The graduates of the Management and Technology (TUM-BWL) study course with focus on “Renewable Resources” are predestined and qualified to manage sustainability-oriented products, services and processes in companies and to anchor these aspects in company management in general. Graduates can also use the skills they have learned to pursue their own sustainable ideas in start-ups.

Special in Straubing

The TUM maintains a centre for biotechnology and sustainability at the Straubing campus. Therefore, the focus on “Renewable Resources” is taught in Straubing, the others in Munich. All modules of the basic business studies course are offered in Straubing parallel to those in Munich. In principle, it is recommended to choose the place of study according to the desired focus.

More specialisation:

  • Chemistry (Garching)
  • Electrical engineering and information technology (Munich)
  • Computer Science (Garching)
  • Mechanical engineering (Garching)
  • Computer Engineering (Munich/Garching, 100% English)
  • Medicine: This specialization has a limited number of participants. The selection procedure will be announced shortly. Only students from the winter semester 19/20 and later can choose this specialization.

Corona: Effects on teaching and deadlines (as of 03.08.2020)

  • Since it is not predictable which restrictions will continue to be necessary at the start of the lecture period in the winter semester 2020/21, it is currently planned as a hybrid semester, combining digital teaching formats with face-to-face instruction. This is an effort to return the vital element of personal exchange to an excellent education as quickly as possible.
  • In the winter semester 2020/21, the lecture period starts on 02 November 2020, and will presumably end on 12 February 2021.
  • Enrollment for winter semester 2020/21 is possible until 07 December 2020.

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BACHELOR TUM-BWL

Key Data

Standard Duration of Studies
(Number of Semesters) / Credits

Graduation

  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Start of Degree Program

  • Winter Semester (October)

Application period

  • 15 May to 15 July

Required Language Proficiency

Language of instruction

  • German/English

Admission requirements

  • General higher education entrance qualification and aptitude assessment procedures.

Admission Category

Costs per semester/financing

Short profile of the programme

Companies demand managers with an interdisciplinary orientation. These are particularly in demand at interfaces between commercial and technical areas. The Bachelor’s programme in Technology and Management Oriented Business Administration (TUM-BWL) is intended to offer future graduates the best conditions for mastering these new challenges at the interface between business administration and engineering / natural sciences. To this end, the course combines a basic course in business administration with a focus on an engineering or natural science subject.

The following subjects can be chosen:

At the Munich location:

  • Chemistry (Garching)
  • Electrical engineering and information technology (Munich)
  • Computer Science (Garching)
  • Mechanical engineering (Garching)
  • Computer Engineering (Munich/Garching, 100% English)
  • Medicine: This specialization has a limited number of participants. The selection procedure will be announced shortly. Only students from the winter semester 19/20 and later can choose this specialization.

At the Straubing location:

  • Renewable raw materials (NawaRo)
Study structure

In the first four semesters, students are taught the basics of business administration, economics, law, mathematics and statistics as well as the basics of their chosen engineering or natural science subject. Later, students will acquire methodological, social and personal skills as part of project studies, the module “International Experience and Communication Skills” and during their bachelor thesis.

Compulsory modules

1st semester

Foundations of Entrepreneurial & Ethical Business, Management Science, Accounting, VWL I / Microeconomics, Mathematics I

2nd semester

Production and Logistics, Cost Accounting, VWL II / Macroeconomics, Introduction to Information Technology, Statistics

From the 2nd semester with focus on “NawaRo”.

3rd semester

Strategic and International Management & Organizational Behavior, Investment and Financial Management, Private Business Law I, Physics, General and Inorganic Chemistry

4th semester

Empirical Research Methods, Marketing and Innovation Management, Business Private Law II, Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, an elective module

5th semester

Fundamentals of thermodynamics, forestry and wood, project study, one elective module

6th semester

International Experience & Communication Skills, Bachelor’s Thesis, two elective modules

Competences and skills

As a graduate, you will be able to assume a management position in an internationally active company at the interface between management and technology. You will be able to combine technological topics with economic aspects.

Through the knowledge that our students acquire during their studies, you will be able to transform your enthusiasm for technological innovations into the products and innovations of the future.

Furthermore, through lectures, seminars and projects, you will gain the ability to work productively and goal-oriented in a team and become aware of the social, economic and ecological effects of your actions.
Your stay abroad will provide you with distinct intercultural skills as well as an extended understanding of other cultures and their working environments.

More information about  „career development“

Job description

The course of studies imparts essential methods and knowledge of business administration and at the same time scientific and engineering basics. The students thus acquire a coveted technical and social interface competence. Typical topics in the focus “Renewable Resources” are, for example, the use of natural resources, climate change and an environmentally compatible supply of energy and biogenic raw materials. The students should be enabled to use their acquired know-how not only for the concrete solution of operational problems, but also to make their contribution to these questions of society as a whole. The combination of business and technical knowledge provided by the programme is particularly in demand.

More info

Further information on application and admission as well as binding regulations on the course of studies and examinations can be found in the study database of the TUM.

Contact Student Advising

You have questions about the application, admission or administrative
processes in your studies?
Please have your application or matriculation number ready, if available.

Phone: +49 (0) 89 289-22245
E-Mail: studium@tum.de

Student Advising Munich

Arcisstraße 21
Room 0144
D-80333 Munich

Phone: +49 (0) 89 289-22245
E-Mail: studium@tum.de

Phone and opening hours
Appointments only by arrangement

Student Advising Straubing

Schulgasse 22
Room: 01.010
D-94315 Straubing

Phone: +49 (0) 9421 187-166
E-Mail: studieren.straubing@tum.de