BA, BSc Studies
BA, BSc Studies are the first professional qualification level that a student can acquire. The study programme Bachelor of Science as well as BA – Bachelor lasts 3 years.
The BA International Trade study programme provides students with multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches in international trade. It represents the interaction between economic, strategic and legal aspects of international trade.
Obtaining a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree, e.g. in Management can be a successful start for those who have decided to change the course of their lives.
This study programme provides students with basic knowledge in business and health policy needed for work in leadership positions in the healthcare environment. The study programme includes topics such as impacts of changes in healthcare and social care, communication management, people management, strategic planning, international health policy, healthcare economics, human resources management, direction and coordination of health services.
Students who complete the BSc programme in healthcare management can be employed in various healthcare facilities, hospitals, clinics, long-term care centres or nursing homes as directors, supervisors or managers.
Selection of modules and specialisation
The benefit of the study is the specialisation of the BSc Management programme. In the second and third years of study, students have the opportunity to choose a specialisation in finance, people management, or sales and marketing.
Graduates of the BSc or BA study programmes will receive a diploma at the qualification level EQF 6 with 180 ECTS.
Completed full secondary education, or full secondary vocational education with a certificate of completion of secondary school (Graduation certificate).
General admission requirements apply to admission to BA or BSc studies. Recognition of subjects and years of previous studies is possible.