Executive Master of Science in Mobility Innovations | eMA MOBI

Structure & Content

Mandatory Modules

10 Modules & Project Work | to the extent of 52 ECTS

Modul 1

  • Making Mobility Work: Framework Conditions and Impacts

Modul 2

  • Business Modell Innovation and Technology Management

Modul 3

  • Matching Strategies for Future Challenges

Modul 4

  • Technological Innovations & Deployment

Modul 5

  • Legal, Political and Social Impact of Digitalization

Modul 6

  • Consumer Behaviour & Marketing

Modul 7 

  • Academy: Transport Policy – The Stakeholder Perspective

Modul 8

  • Intermodality & Functional Integration

Modul 9

  • Communications Technology and Mobility

Modul 10

  • Internationalization & Urbanization

Project Work

| to the extent of 12 ECTS

Application and transfer of knowledge is central to the program.

  • Throughout their study, the participants will work on their own idea of a business model innovation in order to apply and transfer the knowledge gained. In doing so, participants have the opportunity to strengthen their leadership and project management skills. Guided by the lecturers and trainers, projects will be discussed and developed continuously, so that participants will improve their ability to effectively lead interdisciplinary projects and promote mobility innovations.

  • Project ideas can be brought into the program by participants and should be part of the application process. However, if participants are not able to come up with their own projects, Zeppelin Universität offers help in coming up with and formulating ideas. Project work can be conducted individually or in groups. The project will be presented in an intermediate presentation in Module 6 and a final presentation in Module 11

Elective Modules

2 out of 4 Modules | to the extent of 8 ECTS

  • Trend Research & Scenario Technique

  • Entrepreneurial Finance & Corporate Venturing
  • Industrial & Organizational Psychology

  • Diversity - & Change Management

Master Thesis

to the extent of 30 ECTS

The program imparts knowledge on all specific transport related aspects and theories based on the latest academic research. It offers methods and tools, as well as interdisciplinary skills from different academic perspectives. Provided with this background, participants will be able to systematically conduct their own research activities. The final semester of the program is therefore devoted to writing an academic master thesis on a chosen topic.

  • Thesis Defence
  • Masters Thesis

Program Director

Heinrich, Lea
Heinrich, Lea M.A.
PioneerPort & Transfer | Head of PioneerPort
Student Life Cycle | Student Project Office (SPOff) | Stellvertretung der Gleichstellungsbeauftragten
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1606
Room:FAB 3 | 0.35
Schulz, Wolfgang H.
Schulz, Wolfgang H. Prof Dr habil
Director of the Center for Mobility Studies
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1610
Room:Semi 1.04
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