Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences is located in an economically strong metropolitan region, and an innovative high-tech location in the heart of Baden-Württemberg.
The bachelor programme Business Management and the master programme General Management offer a close integration of business practice and university teachings, as well as the skills for independent entrepreneurial activity. Key qualifications such as presentation techniques and foreign languages round off the course perfectly.
The curricula of the Business Management programmes prepare you for the duties of all company departments. This broad specialist knowledge enables students to approach multidisciplinary problems in a structured and solution-oriented fashion. Theoretical content is consolidated by learning concepts such as training, teamwork, case studies and role playing. The limited number of students allows this to be an intensive education course.
The business management department offers a variety of lectures in English for international exchange students. Many modules are offered bilingual in English and German, exams can be written in English. Exchange students are supplied with English studying materials in case the lecture is held in German. For more details please follow the link „International Modules”.
Aside from classical study of Business Management, HFT Stuttgart also offers the current interface programmes Management Information Systems and Infrastructure Management. Graduates of these programmes are also in extremely high demand on the job market.
Students of the Infrastructure Management bachelor programme will focus on handling so-called urban technologies. Development, realization and sales & marketing of complex projects are looked at from both a technical and a business management perspective. Application areas for graduates include, for example, supply and disposal companies, energy suppliers and transport companies. Topics such as urban development, communication technologies and environmental protection are more fields of future graduates.
Given the increasing importance of computer-assisted information processing in business practices, Management Information Systems has established itself as an independent discipline. Studies in the Management Information Systems bachelor programme unify the content of Business Management and Computer Science. Focus is on the management of operations-related information, in particular planning, development, introduction and operation of business application systems. Graduates work in companies of all industries, in particular at the interface between specialist applications and IT.
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|Bachelor Business Management | Profile in english|
|Bachelor Business Psychology | Profile in english|
|Bachelor Civil Engineering and Business Management | Profile in english|
|Bachelor Infrastructure Management | Profile in english|
|Bachelor Management Information Systems | Profile in english|
|Master General Management | Profile in english|