How do you make strategic decisions in business? When do you invest? What does your balance sheet reveal? Start your business career with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration Bachelor's at the JKU!
The Bachelor's degree in Business Administration gives you a strong base-knowledge understanding of how companies make business management decisions. You will learn about the factors that influence a company's success as well as those that impact the corporate environment.
Hone essential business skills and improve your sense of business savvy. In order to stay on top of an ever-evolving business world, students are educated in digitalization.
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The Bachelor's degree in Business Administration provides an introduction to business administration and focuses on numerous areas of business, including business thinking and practices as well as digitalization.
The Bachelor's degree in Business Administration at the JKU allows you to combine business expertise with education in digitalization:
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many of your professors are co-editors of esteemed academic journals, members of expert committees and are involved in, for example, drafting new laws. Many of our faculty members conduct influential international research and publish articles in top-ranked, international, prestigious journals.
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The Bachelor's degree in Business Administration gives you the education and skills you need to start your career directly at a company or start your own business.
Customize the curriculum according to your personal areas of interest in business! The undergraduate degree program in Business Administration lets you choose a major (out of 10 options) and a minor (out of 12 options) to fulfill your specialization requirements. This gives you a unique opportunity to kick-start your career after graduation! If you decide to pursue a Master's degree, your undergraduate education more than fulfills all of the requirements.
The Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration consists of the following areas*:
*Subject to change
After enrolling in the Bachelor's degree program, you will be required to complete the StEOP requirements at the start of your studies. The StEOP requirements consists of certain courses that are outlined in the curriculum. Before completing the StEOP courses, you can only get limited academic credit when you take additional courses.
In order to be admitted to the Bachelor's degree program, you must fulfill the following requirements.
After completing your undergraduate degree, you can continue your education by pursuing an advanced degree:
What is the difference between the Bachelor's degree in Business
Administration (BWL), Business & Economics (WiWi), or Social Economics?
The Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration focuses on business management skills and company practices. The program also provides a base-knowledge understanding of data analyses, fundamentals of digitization, and includes required areas of specialization.
The Bachelor's degree programs in Business & Economics and Social Economics tend to convey a broader picture of business as well as provide more insight in economics and social sciences.
I graduated from a HAK or CPR school.
Can I apply for academic credit?
You can get academic credit to count toward your degree for courses in bookkeeping and cost accounting. Contact the Office of Examinations and Recognition Services. As a HAK or CPR graduate, you have an advantage in the program as you will be familiar with many of the technical and business terminology.
How can I best prepare for the program?
Familiarize yourself with business contexts. Even reading the Business section of a daily newspaper can be helpful. There are also podcasts about business topics and company reports. Be curious!
Are you interested in the Bachelor’s degree program in Business Administration? You are welcome to make an appointment for an individual consultation or come by during the office hours:
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