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Current information about our courses and theses

Dear students,

For the next semester, we will offer our lectures basically on site. Yet, digital components and lectures will remain part of our teaching. You can find information on the detailed procedures of the single modules on the page about the offered courses.

As every summer semester, we offer the module M.184.3152 "Organizational Behavior" also in the upcoming summer semester 2023. You can get some insights into the module from our infovideo

We offer and supervise bachelor and master theses by application via the centralized distribution procedure of the faculty. Please contact us directly by e-mail if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment.

Yours faithfully,

The team for Organizational Behavior 


Companies and employees influence each other: On the one hand, the behavior of people in organizations is crucial for the success of the company. On the other hand, the working relationship has a decisive influence on the well-being of the employees. Organizational Behavior is therefore interdisciplinary - it draws from economic, sociological and psychological theories. It is also empirically oriented, i.e. explanatory approaches are tested based on empirical data using statistical methods.

In our courses, we teach theoretical and methodological basics in the field of Organizational Behavior. Students should learn to analyse concrete problems systematically, to make current research results usable for practice and, based on this, to develop solutions for business practice. Furthermore, students should be trained to deal with management instruments and concepts critically.

We use different forms of teaching and examination. Students should be encouraged to participate in the learning process actively, to question contents critically and to apply newly acquired knowledge. For this purpose, we combine lectures, exercises (e.g. in the form of simulated games or the application of empirical methods) and a structured self-study. Guest lectures and case studies also provide insights into business practice.

An overview of the courses offered can be found here.

Information on final theses can be found here.

Information on the recognition of academic achievements abroad can be found here.


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