Occupational profiles of graduates
Graduates of the business management bachelor’s program have a wide range of occupational areas open to them because of their broad management-oriented and generalized education for solving problems relevant to founding and managing (medium-sized) companies. Graduates find job opportunities in the following core industries and following types of companies and institutions:
- Independent entrepreneurs or startups
- Family businesses, SMEs, and large international companies
- Corporate and human resources consulting
- Business process development & digitization
- Marketing, market research & sales
- Financial industry
- Institutions: nonprofit organizations, NGOs, & lobbying groups.
Our graduates work in all business functional areas of middle management such as
- Human resource management
- Organization and business model development
- Accounting, financing & financial control
- Marketing & sales
- Product innovation management and
- Supply chain management.
Other work areas include working as a management assistant, assisting with collaboration in business consultancies, and assistance with departmental collaboration. The focus of this is the areas of
- Strategic corporate planning and development
- Business development
- Financial control, risk management & information management systems (IMS)
- E-business, ID management projects, and
- Digital transformation.
The business management program offers a management tool for independent, successful shaping and managing, especially in the area of takeovers and succession of companies, including family-owned companies. Graduates also often use these skills when founding their own startup companies.
Also have a look at the student/graduate interviews.