The Department of Socioeconomics offers a broad range of master’s and bachelor’s programs, along with courses for other programs (minors, teacher training, etc.). One of the outstanding features of the Department of Socioeconomics is that it allows you to study without an Abitur.
Main bachelor’s degree program offered by the Department of Socioeconomics:
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Socioeconomics (in German)
The program imparts fundamental knowledge in the fields of business administration, economics, sociology, and law. You can then specialize in 1 of these 4 subjects later on. The bachelor’s program provides a good foundation, regardless of whether you plan to enter the labor force or continue studying for a master’s in the Department; the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences; or at another university. This program is also open to students who have already gained professional experience and students who do not have an Abitur—find out more about studying without an Abitur. You can also complete the bachelor’s degree as a part-time program.
The Department of Socioeconomics offers a variety of master’s programs that focus on groundbreaking, socially relevant topics:
The Socioeconomics Academic Office provides qualified support if you have questions about studying or teaching. It can also provide detailed information about the Department’s degree programs.