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Business Administration for Resource Management

Study concept

This specialized business degree programme enables students to obtain a degree which is particularly prestigious and whose content harmonizes perfectly with the profile of the University of Resources and real-life requirements: The diploma programme in business administration for resource management leads to a degree in business administration in nine semesters, in which the traditional (8-semester) business education is combined with an engineering specialization (one semester). The goal of this degree program is to impart broad specialized knowledge on the basis of which graduates will not only be able to participate in the effective and efficient solution of the current and future problems of the resource industry, but as tomorrow's managers will also be able to decide where their path should lead.

Please note that this study program will be discontinued in the summer semester 2024. Enrolment is therefore no longer possible.

You can continue to study Energy and Resource Management with us. In the Bachelor of Business Administration, we offer the specialization "Energy and Resource Management", which you can also continue in the Master of Business Administration.

 

Study fields

Consisting of the modules: Technical Thermodynamics I / II, Technical Representation, further compulsory elective modules amounting to 19 CP

Consisting of the modules: Technical Thermodynamics I / II, Technical Representation, further compulsory elective modules amounting to 19 CP

Consisting of the modules: Introduction to Underground Mining, Solid Mineral Materials - Deposit Forming Processes and Mining Geology, Fundamentals of Geosciences, Fundamentals of Open Pit Mining Technology, further compulsory elective modules amounting to 14 CP.

Faculty
Faculty of Business Administration (Faculty 6)
Degree
Diploma (Dipl.-Kfm./Dipl.-Kffr.)
Standard period of study
9 Semester
Part-time possible
No
Start of studies
Winter semester
Admission requirement

Abitur (German secondary school leaving certificate) or a subject-specific higher education entrance qualification, or a recognized equivalent access authorization

Course language
German
Professional advice
Prof. Dr. Dirk Rübbelke
Schlossplatzquartier
Schloßplatz 1, Zimmer 1.203
Dirk.Ruebbelke [at] vwl.tu-freiberg.de
Anqi.Li1 [at] vwl.tu-freiberg.de
Central Student Advisory Service
Central Student Counselling Service
Prüferstr. 2, 3rd floor, room 3.405
studienberatung [at] tu-freiberg.de
Student Council
Student Representatives Faculty 6
Schlossplatzquartier
Schlossplatz 1, ground floor 202
fsr6 [at] stura.tu-freiberg.de
Job opportunities

Leadership positions in companies: e.g., especially in the energy and resources industry, as well as in related organizations (particularly public service, chambers, and associations)

Freelance work: e.g., as independent entrepreneurs or consultants in the energy and resources industry

Academic activities: e.g., at universities and research institutions with a research focus on energy and resources industry

Political activities: regionally, nationally and globally