New Perspectives in Management Theory (R-Module)
Exam number: 6616
Semester: from 1st semester
Duration of the module: One semester
Form of the module (i.e. obligatory, elective etc.): Elective
Frequency of module offer: Each Summer Term
Prerequisites: Only a limited amount of spots is available in this module. Please attend the first session to gain further information on how to apply for this module. If there are more applicants than spots, the selection will be based on previously completed classes at our chair (comparable to the selection process for final theses).
Applicability of module for other study programmes:
Obligatory or elective in other study programmes. For further information check regulations of the study programme.
Person responsible for module: Prof. Dr. Jochen Koch
Name of the professor: Madeleine Rauch, Dr. Matthias Wenzel
Language of teaching: English
ECTS-Credits (based on the workload): 6
Workload and its composition (self-study, contact time):
Contact time (Lecture, tutorial etc.) 42 h; self-study: 138 h
Contact hours (per week in semester): 4
Methods and duration of examination:
Written seminar paper (15 pages) as well as the presentation and discussion of journal articles
Emphasis of the grade for the final grade: Please check regulations of the study programme
Aim of the module (expected learning outcomes and competencies to be acquired):
Students should achieve capabilities to analyse scientific perspectives and problems in reference to relevant theories and models. Furthermore they should learn the scientific approach of argumentation and rationale in a written paper, presentation as well as in discussion. This seminar serves as a fundamental basis for the master thesis.
This seminar focuses on the transfer of key qualifications. By working independently students should understand complex problems, find well-reasoned solutions for discussion and advocate them in class.
Contents of the module:
This seminar refers to current questions in entrepreneurship and management research, which are crucial for the practices of organisations. Moreover, essential knowledge of academic work (finding literature, writing, academic presentation and discussion) is introduced and put into practice.
Teaching and learning methods:
Literature (compulsory reading, recommended literature):
Issue-specific, will be announced each week