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1 Module descriptors for English taught modules at Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences Summer semester (March July) Subject Course of study Bachelor / Master ECTS Page Workshop on Communicative Competence Macroeconomic foundations of entrepreneurial decision making Economic Integration in the EU General International Framework International Marketing (Business-to- Business-Marketing) Intercultural Team Management Special Topics in Finance Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Bachelor 5 3 Bachelor 5 6 Bachelor 5 8 Master 5 10 Master 5 13 Master 5 14 Master 5 16 Using English in Business Informatics Business Informatics Bachelor 5 18 Fundamentals of Process modelling Business Informatics Bachelor 5 20 Information Management Business Informatics Bachelor 5 22 Management and Organization Business Informatics Bachelor 5 25 Cooperative Processes Business Informatics Master 6 27 Implementation of Processes Business Informatics Master 6 No info Digital Signal and Video Processing I Informatics Bachelor 5 29 Digital Shooting Informatics Bachelor 5 30 English II Informatics Bachelor

2 Subject Course of study Bachelor / Master ECTS Page Formal Languages / Automata Theory Informatics Bachelor 4 31 Fundamentals of digital Signal and Image Informatics Bachelor 5 33 Processing Introduction to Interactive Media Informatics Bachelor 5 34 Introduction to Knowledge Processing Informatics Bachelor 5 35 Mathematics II Informatics Bachelor 5 36 Security of Distributed Systems Informatics Bachelor 5 37 Media Security Informatics Master 6 38 Biosignal Processing Medical Informatics Bachelor 5 39 Media Concepts and Theory III Digital Media Master 6 39 Subject Course of study Bachelor / Master ECTS Page R&D Project- and Team Management Economics - Technology Policy Technology and Innovation Management Technology and Innovation Management Master 5 40 Master 5 43 German as a Foreign Language A 1 Additional Subject 3 45 German as a Foreign Language B 1 Additional Subject 3 46 History of the city of Brandenburg Additional Subject 3 48 Economics Technology politics Innovation, Intelligence & Marketing Technology and Innovation Management Technology and Innovation Management Master 5 No info Master 5 No info 2

3 Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: Kommunikative Kompetenz Workshop on Communicative Competence Lecture / Exercise One semester BWL BA, 2nd semester, required module This module lays the foundation for lecture talks, presentations etc. in other modules and in professional practice. Every academic year Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Joachim Tanski Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Joachim Tanski German and English None ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: Learning outcomes: 150 hours of workload, approx. 50 hours of attendance approx. 40 hours of preparation and follow-up, approx. 60 hours of preparation for examination 4 semester hours per week Evaluation of the processing of a complex assignment based on the tutorial units According to the regulations of studies and examinations or 0.7*(1/30) = 2.33% The module is divided into 3 units with relevant objectives: Unit 1: Communication The students understand which different personality types influence the communication processes and how, possess the communication strategy for conflict situations can effectively give feedback based on the rules they have learnt. Unit 2: Moderation The students are able to effectively assume the role of a moderator, can arrange an event to be moderated into typical phases, 3

4 master the relevant methods of moderation and can use them correctly in the cycle of moderation understand the principles of visualization during moderation can apply the important rules of the game of moderation taking off from the rules of communication Unit 3: Presentation The students possess the methodology of specifically preparing a presentation, understand how to overcome stage fright effectively, can lay the foundation for an effective presentation by demonstrating the structure of a presentation, can apply the rules of visualization and can give a presentation using a projector. Contents: Teaching and learning methods: Communication Basic model of interpersonal communication according to Schulz von Thun Communication types and styles Types and functions of communication Rule of communication Difficult discussions o Promoting and inhibiting factors in the communication process o Feedback systems and rules Moderation Preparation for a presentation the public Stage fright and relaxation techniques Structure of a presentation The manuscript Visualization and practical tips Special characteristics of projector presentation Presenting scientific topics practise practise practise (40%) Presentation The method of moderation and of moderation cycle The moderator s role Techniques of questioning Preparation of a moderation Dealing with stage fright and difficult situations Rules of the game of moderation Moderating group topics practise practise practise (40%) The students will prepare the most important contents of know-how with regard to the communication models and their influencing factors on an effective communication process, as much as possible through self-study and under structuring assistance by their lecturer; the same is 4

5 consolidated through tutorial dialogue and further developed through overlapping questions and secured. The important aspect here is the interactive and seminar-type of teaching. The main aspect of the module is the training in communicative competences, where at least 50% of teaching is implemented in the form of team teaching with English speaking teachers. Depending on the content, Video feedback sequences are used so as to increase the training effect in the group. Literature: Communicating Birkenbihl, V.: Kommunikationstraining [Communication Training], Landsberg am Lech Böhm, I.; Pawellek, I.: Teamentwicklung und Lernen durch Kommunikation [Team Development and Learning through Communication]. In: Verbandsdienst der Lebenshilfe 4/04. Gehm, T.: Kommunikation im Beruf [Communication in Profession], Weinheim/Basel Farr, J. L. (1991) Leistungsfeedback und Arbeitsverhalten [Performance Feedback and Occupational Behaviour], in Schuler, H. Beurteilung und Förderung beruflicher Leistung [Evaluation and Promotion of Professional Performance], Stuttgart Schulz von Thun: Miteinander reden: Band 1: Störungen und Klärungen, Psychologie der zwischenmenschlichen Kommunikation [Talking to Each other: Vol 1: Disruptions and Clarifications, Psychology of interpersonal Communication], Reinbek Band 2: Stile, Werte und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung [Vol 2: Styles, Values and Personality Development], Reinbek Band 3: Das Innere Team" und situationsgerechte Kommunikation [Vol. 3: The Inner Team and situationappropriate Communication], Reinbek Watzlawik, P., Beaven, J.H., Jackson, D.D.: Menschliche Kommunikation - Formen, Störungen, Paradoxien [Human Communication Forms, Disruptions, Paradoxes], Bern, Stuttgart 1980 Weisbach, C.; Dachs, U.: Emotionale Intelligenz [Emotional Intelligence], Munich Weisbach, C.: Professionelle Gesprächsführung [Professional Discussion Management], Munich Moderieren Dilts, R. B.: Kommunikation in Gruppen & Teams [Communication in Groups & Teams], Paderborn Motamedi, S.: Präsentation - Ziele, Konzepte, Durchführung [Presentation Aims, Concepts, Implementation], Heidelberg Motamedi, S.: Rede und Vortrag [Publich Speech and Talk], Weinheim/Basel

6 Schilling; G.: Angewandte Rhetorik und Präsentationstechnik [Applied Rhetoric and Presentation Technique], Berlin Müller-Schwarz, U.; Weyer, B.: Präsentationstechnik - Mehr Erfolg durch Visualisierung bei Vortrag und Verkauf [Presentation Technique More Success through Visualization in Speech and Selling], Wiesbaden Bernstein, D.: Die Kunst der Präsentation [The Art of Presentation], Frankfurt/M Hierhold, E.: Sicher präsentieren wirksam vortragen [Presenting Confidently Speaking Effectively], Vienna Landau, K.: Arbeitstechniken für Studierende der Ingenieurwissenschaften [Working Techniques for Students of Engineering Sciences], Ilg: Fraunhofer IAO, IAT Universität Stuttgart Kratz, H.-J.: Rhetorik, Schlüssel zum Erfolg [Key to Success], Wiesbaden Presentation Böhm, I.; Pawellek, I.: Kompetenzen stärken - Netzwerkarbeit und Moderation von Gruppenprozessen [Networking and Moderation of Group Processes]. In: Verbandsdienst der Lebenshilfe 1/05. Geißler/Laske/Orthey (Publ.): Handbuch Personalentwicklung. Beraten - Trainieren - Qualifizieren. Konzepte, Methoden und Strategien [Manual of Personnel Development. Consulting Training Qualifying. Concepts, Methods and Strategies], Luchterhand. Klebert, K. et al.: Moderationsmethode. Gestaltung der Meinungs- und Willensbildung in Gruppen, die miteinander lernen und leben, arbeiten und spielen [Moderation Method. Shaping the Opinion and Decision Making in Groups that learn and live with each other, work and play together], Hamburg Seifert, J. W.: Visualisieren, Präsentieren, Moderieren [Visualization, Moderation], Gabal Edmüller, A.; Wilhelm, T.: Moderation: Haufe Langner-Geißler, T.; Lipp, U.: Pinwand, Flipchart und Tafel. Mit den Augen lernen [Pin board, Flipchart and Blackboard. Learning with Eyes] (Publ.: Will, Hermann, Weinheim 1991) Additional information: Brief module label: Module description: Makroökonomie Macroeconomic foundations of entrepreneurial decision making 6

7 Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Seminar One semester BWL BA, 2nd semester, required module The module is a preparatory course for the subsequent advances courses. Every academic year Prof. Dr. phil. Ulrich Brasche Prof. Dr. phil. Ulrich Brasche Language of instruction: German 5% / English 95% Prerequisites: None ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: 150 hours of workload, approx. 50 hours of attendance approx. 40 hours of preparation and follow-up, approx. 60 hours of preparation for examination 4 semester hours per week/ seminar Written test, 90 min. According to the regulations of studies and examinations or 0.7*(1/30) = 2.33% Students Learning outcomes: Contents: know main topics of macro economics understand the relevance of macroeconomic issues for enterprises can apply main issues of macroeconomic theory to today s situation are able to analyse reports and data learn how to assess different strands of thinking in macro Macroeconomic issues (Inflation, unemployment, business cycles, GDP, growth, etc.), basic model of demand and supply, capital and financial markets, applied macro and the financial crisis 7

8 Teaching and learning methods: Preparation by reading list; Q&A-sessions, students input and short presentations, ad-hoc groups, coaching an autonomous learning process; lecturing. Goodwin, N., J. A. Nelson, et al. (2008). Macroeconomics in Context. Armonk NY, Ch. 1+2; Krugman, P.; Wells, R.. Macroeconomics, 2nd ed., 2010; Sections from various sources, like: Literature: Stiglitz, J., A. Sen, et al. (2009). Report by the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress; Pilbeam, K. (2010): Finance and Financial Markets, Houndsmill; Selected short movies, Economist, Handelsblatt; Sachverständigenrat zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung [Expert opinion about the entire economic development] Additional information: Student and learning centred approach Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Economic Integration in the EU Economic Integration in the EU Seminar One semester BWL BA, 4th semester, specialization VWL Preparatory course for subsequent advanced courses, especially: Single Market. Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: The module can also be employed in other (Bachelor s) courses according to the regulations of studies and examinations applicable there. Every academic year Prof. Dr. phil. Ulrich Brasche Prof. Dr. phil. Ulrich Brasche English Basic economics 8

9 ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: 150 hours of workload, approx. 50 hours of attendance, approx. 40 hours of preparation and follow-up, approx. 60 hours of preparation for examination 4 semester hours per week Written test, 90 min. According to the regulations of studies and examinations or 0.7*(1/30) = 2.33% Students Learning outcomes: Know and understand institutions and decision making within EU Know and understand principles of economic and monetary integration Analyse effects of EMU Assess the forces and outcomes of integration History, institutions, power Single Market Contents: Goods People Services o Networks o State owned Capital, FDI EMU (Economic and Monetary Union) Teaching and learning methods: Literature: Primer: Monetary policy and exchange rates Pros and cons of a common currency Pitfalls and problems of the EMU EMU and convergence Crisis of Euro? Mix of lectures and group work; presentations by students; case studies; preparation by working through a reading list Baldwin, R. E. and C. Wyplosz (2009). Economics of European Integration. London Baldwin, R. E.: The EURO s trade effects, in: ECB working paper (594)

10 Brasche, U.: Europäische Integration [European Integration], Munich 2012 DeGrauwe, P.: The economics of monetary integration, Oxford 2006 Dierx, A., F. Ilzkovitz and K. Sekkat, Eds.: European integration and the functioning of product markets. Cheltenham [et al] 2004 Pelkmans, J. (2006): European integration Methods and economic analysis, Harlow et al. Rose, A. K.: One money, one market: The effect of common currencies on trade, in: Economic Policy (April): 9-45, 2000: Recent information on the institutional development of the EU (Constitution, Reform Treaty etc.) Additional information: Student and learning centred approach Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: General Framework General International Framework Seminar One semester BWL MA, 2nd semester, required module - Every academic year Prof. Dr. phil. Ulrich Brasche Prof. Dr. phil. Ulrich Brasche English Basic economics ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: 150 hours of workload: approx. 50 contact hours, approx. 60 hours of self-study, approx. 40 hours of exam preparation 10

11 Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: 4 semester hours per week Written test (90 min.) 0.7*(5/90) = 3.89% Students Learning outcomes: Understand different concepts towards globalisation Analyse the relevance of globalisation for international business Analyse the role of regulation in market building Assess the viability of different theories on the impact of internationalization on development, skills, location etc. 1 Introduction to economic integration 1.1 Nations, borders, distance 1.2 International organisations 1.3 Modes of economic integration 2 Regulating markets Contents: 2.1 Economic theory of regulation 2.2 Regulatory capture: The example of financial markets 3 Globalisation 3.1 History and features of globalisation 3.2 Globalisation of production 3.3 Globalisation of services Teaching and learning methods: Mix of lectures and group work; presentations by students; case studies; preparation by working through a reading list Blinder, A. S. (2007). "How Many U.S. Jobs Might Be Offshorable?" CEPS Working Paper (142), pp. 1-12, Literature: Fortwengel, J. (2010), Upgrading through Integration? The Case of the Central Eastern European Automotive Industry, Transcience Journal 2 (1). 11

12 Gereffi, G. (2006). "The new offshoring and global development of jobs." ILO Social Policy Lectures, pp Godart, O., Görg, H. and Görlich, D. (2009). Back to Normal? The Future of Global Production Networks. The Crisis and Beyond. Klodt, H. and Lehment, H. Kiel, IfW Kiel: Haar, K., C. Christine Pohl, et al. (2009). A captive commission - the role of the financial industry in shaping EU regulation, Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation (ALTER-EU) Head, J. W. (2005). The future of the global economic organizations: an evaluation of criticisms leveled at the IMF, the multilateral development banks, and the WTO. Ardsley, N.Y., pp , Hirst, P. and G. Thompson (1996). Globalization in question: The international economy and the possibilities of governance. Cambridge, pp Igan, D., P. Mishra, et al. (2009). "A Fistful of Dollars: Lobbying and the Financial Crisis." IMF Working Paper (287), pp. 4-8, Jovanovic, M. (2011). Globalisation: an anatomy. International handbook on the economics of integration, Vol. I: General issues and regional groups. M. Jovanovic. Chelteham, Northampton, Edward Elgar: Levy, F. and K.-H. Yu (2007). "Offshoring Radiology Services to India." Industry Studies Association Working Papers(33) Lloyd, P. E. (2010). "Global economic integration." Pacific Economic Review 15(1): Nugent, N. (2010). The Government and Politics of the European Union. Basingstoke, pp Pelkmans, J. (2006). European integration - Methods and economic analysis. Harlow et al., pp. 2-13, Pilbeam, K. (2010), Finance and Financial Markets. Houndsmill, Basingstoke, Chapter 18, pp Ricketts, M. (2008). Economic regulation: principles, history and methods. International handbook on economic regulation. M. A. Crew and D. Parker. Cheltenham, pp Ritzer, G. (2009), Globalization: A Basic Text, Chichester, ch. 8 12

13 Ritzer, G. (2011), Globalization: The Essentials, Chichester, ch. 3 Sturgeon, T. J., J. v. Biesebroeck, et al. (2008). "Value Chains, Networks, and Clusters: Reframing the Global Automotive Industry." ITEC Working Paper Series (08-02), pp Most recent papers from EU and research institutes on the development and impact of EU regulation in the resp. fields Additional information: Student and learner centred approach Brief module label: Module description: Intern. B2B-Marketing International Marketing (Business-to-Business-Marketing) Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: One semester BWL MA, 2nd semester, required module The module can also be employed in other (Master s) courses according to the regulations of studies and examinations applicable there. Every academic year Prof. Dr. Uwe Höft Prof. Dr. Uwe Höft Normally English Previous knowledge of the module International Management and Marketing ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: Learning outcomes: 150 hours of workload: approx. 50 contact hours, approx. 40 hours of preparation and follow-up, 7.5 working days = 60 hours of preparation for examination Lecture and business game seminar "Sell the robot" (total 4 semester hours per week) Normally written examination of 90 min. duration (or alternatively any form of examinations prescribed in the regulations of studies and examinations) According to the regulations of studies and examinations or 0.7*(5/90) = 3.89% The students are expected to familiarize themselves with the outline of fundamentals, theories and instruments of the B-to-B 13

14 Contents: Teaching and learning methods: Literature: Marketing and apply them. Basic understanding of industrial and international markets and the relevant marketing instruments is a prerequisite for successful international market processing. Fundamentals and basic terminology of Business-to- Business Marketing The buying pattern of organisations (analysis of industrial demand pattern) Operative B-to-B Marketing (Marketing-Mix Instruments of international B-to-B Marketing) o Product policy o Services policy o Price and conditions policy o Distribution policy/distribution management o Communications policy Management game seminar (compact seminar) "Sell the robot" Lecture and seminar teaching; management game seminar (compact seminar); Backhaus, Klaus: Industriegütermarketing [Industrial Goods Marketing], 7th ed Backhaus, Klaus / Voeth, Markus: Industriegütermarketing [Industrial Goods Marketing], 9th ed Godefroid, Peter / Pförtsch, Waldemar: Business-to-Business- Marketing, 4 th ed Baaken, Thomas et al. (Publ.): Business-to-Business- Kommunikation [B2B Kommunication], 2 nd ed Hutt, Michael D./Speh., Thomas W.: Business Marketing Management: B2B, 10th ed Additional information: Supplementing the course, there are an extensive script and as further learning aid a question catalogue; business game "Sell the robot"; Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Intercultural Team Management Intercultural Team Management Module, lecture, exercise One semester BWL MA, 2nd semester, specialization C 14

15 Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: The module can also be employed in other (Master s) courses according to the regulations of studies and examinations applicable there. Every academic year Prof. Dr. Katrin Böttcher N.N. Language of instruction: Prerequisites: German/English None ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: Learning outcomes: 150 hours of workload, approx. 50 contact hours, approx. 50 hours of follow-up, approx. 50 hours of preparation for examination 4 semester hours per week Written examination, 90 min; graded presentation; alternatively: writing assignment and presentation of a case study According to the regulations of studies and examinations or 0.7*(5/90) = 3.89% On completing the course successfully, the students will be able to: acquire knowledge of selected areas of intercultural management prove their knowledge of influencing factors of behaviour in teams and groups demonstrate their knowledge of organisational communication and conflict solving apply intercultural communication in teams identify conflict potentials in team work, work out and apply solution strategies show their awareness of the tasks and responsibilities of management leaders in companies Contents: Selected concepts of intercultural team management Basic concepts and conditions of communication in companies Methods/Instruments of communication and conflict solving Concepts for Culture and Diversity in companies 15

16 Procedure models and practical experience in team work and group processes Action-oriented application of case studies and in role plays Teaching and learning methods: Literature: Lecture with case studies and exercises. Presentation of findings by small group work in plenary session. Scripts and material available in the Intranet support the preparations and follow-up work. Ballreich, R.; Fröse, M.; Piber, H. (Publ.): Organisationsentwicklung und Konfliktmanagement. Innovative Konzepte und Methoden [Organizational Development and Conflict Management. Innovative Concepts and Methods]. Bern Hofstede, Geert & Hofstede, Gert (2007). Cultures and Organizations - Software of the Mind. Intercultural Cooperation and Its Importance for Survival: Software for the Mind. (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill Professional Martin, A. (Publ.): Organizational Behavior - Verhalten in Organisationen [Behaviour in Organizations], Stuttgart Ott, J. S., Parkes, S. J., & Simpson, R. B. (2003). Classic readings in organizational behavior (3rd ed.). Belmont CA: Thomson/Wadsworth. Robbins, S. P., & Judge, T. A. (2009). Organizational behavior (13th ed., Internat. ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall. Rosenstiel, L. von; Regnet, E.; Domsch, M. (Publ.): Führung von Mitarbeitern [Leading the Employees]. 5th ed. Schäffer-Poeschel Weinert, A. B.: Organisations- und Personalpsychologie [Organizational and HR Psychology]. 5th ed. Basel: Beltz Verlag 2004 Additional information: Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Special Topics in Finance Special Topics in Finance Lecture One semester BWL MA, 2nd semester, elective module Dept. B 16

17 Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: The module can also be employed in other (Master s) courses according to the regulations of studies and examinations applicable there. Every academic year Prof. Dr. Andreas Wilms Prof. Dr. Andreas Wilms English None, basic knowledge of the module Finance and Policy ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: Learning outcomes: 150 hours of workload: approx. 50 contact hours, approx. 40 hours of preparation and follow-up, 7.5 working days = 60 hours of preparation for examination 4 semester hours per week/ lecture Written examination (70%) and Case Study presentation (30%) According to the regulations of studies and examinations or 0.7*(5/90) = 3.89% The students train instruments that are necessary for the management of a company's financial sphere. They are enabled to prepare a financial plan, to manage liquidity (treasury) and to calculate business cases. They can develop and monitor financial reports and interpret financial ratios. The students are able to identify financial risks and know strategies and instruments to mitigate these risks. They are to consider both aspects of value orientation and aspects of sustainability in their finance decisions. Furthermore they know how to plan and perform communication with investors. Financial Planning and Budgeting Contents: - Treasury/Cash Management - NWC Business Case Calculation - Financial Model Financial Analysis and Controlling - Financial Ratios - Financial Reports 17

18 Holding Management International Financial Management - Global Financial Markets - Risk Management Strategies - Derivatives and Hedging - Credit Risk Value Based Management Investor Relations Sustainable Finance and Investment Teaching and learning methods: Literature: Additional information: - Lecture using a combination of media (transparencies, blackboard work, projector etc.) - Exercises in the lab, on the computer etc. - Case study discussion - Process a topic in groups and presentation - Ross, St.A.; Westerfield, R.W.; Jaffe, J.F.: Corporate Finance. 7th ed., McGraw-Hill Ritter, J.; Röttgers, F.: The Definitive Guide to Getting Your Budget Approved. Solution Matrix Harvard Business School Press: Developing a Business Case: Expert Solutions to Everyday Challenges. Perseus Books Penman, S.H.: Financial Statement Analysis and Security Valuation. 5th ed., McGraw-Hill Culp, C.L.: The Risk Management Process. John Wiley & Sons Hull, J.C.: Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives. 8th ed., Prentice Hall Young, S. D.; O'Byrne, St.E.:EVA and Value-Based Management: A Practical Guide to Implementation. McGraw-Hill Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Usability of the module: Englisch Using English in Business Informatics Integrated course (seminar) One semester WI Ba, 2nd semester, required module Foundational course for participating in the elective module Business English 18

19 Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: Every academic year Dr. Annett Kitsche Dr. Annett Kitsche English English language proficiency of University entrance level ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: 150 hours = 60 hours of attendance and 90 hours of self-study Integrated course (seminar): 4 semester hours per week Work on exercise assignments during the semester 40% Written examination 60% (or oral examination in advanced course) 1/3 of the subject grade; 7% of all subject grades; 2.33% of the final grade Learning outcomes: Contents: The aim is to acquire and use the language skills in common Business English/English of the IT including intercultural competence. Develop study and profession-related skills and abilities in listening and speaking in order to successfully participate in technical lectures and discussions in English language. Further development of skills and abilities in reading and processing relevant technical texts in English. Development of individual profession-related forms of practice in written language. - Working in company groups - Forms of interactive oral and written linguistic activities for the purpose of demonstration, description, discussion and estimation of operations and procedures in Business and in the field of IT by utilizing intercultural knowledge. Dealing with adapted and listening and reading material in original Teaching and learning methods: Literature: Additional information: Changing different modes of working where comprehending reading, writing and Internet searches on particular topics taken up normally in self-study, use of Moodle Simply Business English; Books on English for IT, current newspapers/magazines like Economist, Guardian Weekly, Business Spotlight, IT/Computer magazines and from the Internet Work in the language lab 19

20 Brief module label: Module description: Division in teaching sessions, if applicable: Duration of module: Classification in the curriculum: Usability of the module: Frequency of offering of modules: Author: Private lecturer: Language of instruction: Prerequisites: Prozessmodellierung Fundamentals of Process modelling Module, lecture, exercise One semester WI Ba, 2nd semester, required module Consolidating exercises and one project on Process modelling, including exercise in practical abilities in project management. Every academic year Prof. Dr. Dietmar Wikarski Prof. Dr. Dietmar Wikarski German Systems analysis ECTS-Credits: 5 Total workload and its composition: Form of teaching/semester hours per week: Study and examination achievements: Weighting of the grade in the overall grade: Learning outcomes: 150 hours = 60 hours of attendance and 90 hours of selfstudy Lecture: 2 semester hours per week Exercise and project: 2 semester hours per week Total: 4 semester hours per week Balanced assessment of performance during the semester (exercise: 20%, involvement: 30%) and final performance (presentation: 20%, project report: 30%) 1/3 of the subject grade; 7% of all subject grades; 2.33% of the final grade Consolidation of basics acquired in the module Systemsanalysis with regard to modelling, analysis and management of business and cooperation processes as well as the use of relevant software tools based on practical questions and projects. The students will be able to collaborate on a work-sharing basis in a project where differentiation is made between cooperation within teams, as the case may be, with role sharing, and cooperation across teams. In the latter case, 20

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