Certificate in Business Administration
Acquire professional competence: Your way to management
This course combination is especially suitable for you if you, as a trained engineer or technician without a basic business administration education, are striving for a cross-sector position in the medium to long term; you require a solid business administration basis for the next steps of your career; or you would like to refresh your knowledge of business administration.
Fundamental knowledge of economic will support the understanding of your current and/or future job-related tasks and problems.
The foundation for an integrated – that is, cross-functional – understanding of company processes and decision processes is laid through insight into the competitive processes of the company. You learn the fundamental methods and tools for managing a company and receive insight into the topics of accounting and controlling. You learn what meaningful information can be gathered from accounting and controlling. You learn the legal and business administration fundamentals of balancing and income statements. You will be able to explain and define the goals and purposes of the annual report prepared for financial reporting purposes and to understand and apply the aspects of accounting policies and statement analysis. You become acquainted with the importance of controlling for targeted company management as well as decision-oriented company accounting.
For this course package, the following 5 individual courses are required:
For detailed information, such as contents, face-to-face meetings, and examination prerequisites please refer to course descriptions.
This course package can be recognised to a possible study programme with 25 credit points (ECTS) (if entrance qualifications are met).
- Certificate of the Lübeck University of Applied Sciences
Course duration/ application deadlines:
The total duration depends on enrolment in the individual courses and can be flexible.
- Summer term (15/03 – 30/09)
- Respectively, winter term (15/09 – 31/03)
- The time requirement for all courses listed above is approximately 750 hours including face-to-face meetings and assignments
- The application deadlines are February 15 (ST) and August 15 (WT), respectively