Why do women earn less but pay more at the hair salon? Why is Nigeria a poor country and Botswana a rich one? Understanding economies requires an understanding of economics, business, administration, and psychology. The Bachelor’s degree program in Business & Economics provides an opportunity to learn about all of this and more.
Business and the environment, e-business, trade wars, healthcare systems. The Bachelor's degree program in Business & Economics (WiWi) has been designed to provide you with comprehensive education about how the economy works. Economic sciences not only consist of studies in economics and business administration, psychology and data analysis also play important roles in studying business and economics at the JKU!
When it comes to a globally connected world, one thing impacts the other. You will learn to sketch the larger, global picture, understand correlations, develop solution skills, and correctly apply data analyses.
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
German (Level C1)
The Bachelor's degree program Business & Economics is comprised of the following areas *:
* Subject to change
Your introduction to economic sciences includes perspectives in psychology and learning about the importance of conducting sound information analyses:
Recording from the degree program presentation during JKU 2021 Open Days *Online
Duration: 37 minutes
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Did you know...?
"SHARE" (Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement) is the EU's largest socio-economic project and is conducted at the JKU Linz.
Linz is the Austrian center for Applied Economic Research - with outstanding access to economic and social data.
This degree program combines economics, business administration, finance, psychology and data analysis. This podcast episode features Nadine talking about why she chose this particular Bachelor's degree program despite having completed an educational program as a kindergarten teacher. Also, Fabian talks about why he decided to study business administration instead of becoming a pilot. Enjoy!
The Bachelor's degree program in Business & Economics prepares you for a wide range of applications in countless areas of business.
In order to be admitted to the Bachelor's degree program, you must fulfill the following requirements.
Academic studies in economic sciences focus on a broad range or business subjects: Economics, business administration, finance, psychology and data analysis. You study business problems from an economic and psychological perspective.
The Bachelor's degree program in Business Administration focuses on business management skills and business activities and provides a basic understanding of data analysis as well as an introduction to digitization.
The curriculum for the Bachelor's degree program in Business & Economics contains an introduction to data analysis and students will be trained in these applications. Students wishing to acquire a more solid basis and comprehensive education in Data Sciences should consider enrolling in the Bachelor's degree program in Statistics and Data Science.
If you want to understand just how markets work, develop a critical view, and learn to think in an analytical/quantitative way (such as, what is the most important thing about this question?) - then you have come to the right place.
If you have any questions about the Bachelor's degree program Business & Economics in terms of content or the curriculum, or if you are experiencing any difficulties with the transition regulations, please do not hesitate to contact us. We can assist you individually on-site or during a virtual consultation. Kindly make an appointment in advance.
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After completing the Bachelor's degree program, you can opt to pursue a graduate degree:
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