For pre-thinkers and post-thinkers: our CME master for in-depth study.
We believe in variety within depth. We believe in all-rounders who can specialize, and interdisciplinary experts who can be employed where disciplines cannot be identified – because economic problems are no respecters of specialist disciplinary boundaries.
In keeping with the ideal of a general entrepreneurial qualification, we are convinced that the combination of Business Administration & Political Economics with aspects of Communication & Cultural Sciences and Political & Administrative Sciences, will enable you to meet the complex leadership and management challenges of the 21st century – including the digital transformation, complex and international organizational structures, and the fragmentation of markets – with increased composure. Our main aim is to make you more sensitive to complex and interdisciplinary problems – because intelligent and sustainable decision-making requires more than just the accumulation of specialist knowledge.
As the constructive and responsible instigators, founders and leaders of tomorrow, we demand a lot from you today – and we know that you will be equally demanding of us. They say that economists like to optimize. Well, how about optimizing your analytical and learning abilities in our CME master's program?
Expand and consolidate your specialist knowledge by prioritizing a topic of your choosing from the following areas:
They also say that a lack of discipline results in the need to consistently (re)integrate entrepreneurship into science, teaching and practice. Our CME master's program will task you with conducting your own individual research, and will equip you with the skills to do so – if you are open to it.
Bring along your questions and we will systematically and critically challenge traditional and current theories, business models, organizational and leadership modes, as well as their associated social systems – not just for your thesis, but also as part of a curricular (yet optional) research project. We believe that this will help you to acquire individual, internationally applicable and innovative skills which you will be able to productively apply to your career, be that in skills-intensive public spheres, non-profit and private spheres or in science, thus equipping you to find novel answers to the economic questions of tomorrow. Are you with us?
Although quite a few courses at ZU are offered in English, it is not possible to complete the CME degree program entirely in English. Language skills in English are preferred, while German is an absolute necessity. ZU requires very good proficiency in German language on C1 level for all degree-seeking applicants.
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So you've got your bachelor's degree in the bag, but still have questions? So do we. Our professors in the Faculty of Corporate Management & Economics are currently dedicating themselves to such issues as:
Leadership, governance and business ethics
Leadership is… when those you are leading follow of their own accord?
Mobility, trade & logistics
How will Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) transform our living environments and value creation processes?
Which opportunities and risks does digital transformation entail for major corporations, SMEs and start-ups when choosing their financing mix?
International economic theory & policy
Is (income) inequality increasing in the world? If so, what can economic policy do to counteract this?
How can family businesses ensure their future viability? In doing so, how can the children of entrepreneurs, successors and the active senior generation collaborate to improve their prospects?
Financial market econometrics
What will electronic stock exchange trading look like in the future? How can the informative content of prices on electronic stock exchanges be measured using econometric models?
Economic & transport policy
What will sustainable mobility look like in the future? How will transport infrastructure be developed for the 21st century?
Innovation & technology management
How can the integration of partners and solutions from other industries lead to radical innovations in a quicker and less risky way?
Financial market econometrics
Why is “culture” the hardest organizational “structure” to change? Should science always be taken seriously? And if so, then why?
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The critical assessment of our study program by third parties is a key part of our quality assurance concept. Experts from science and practice are involved as external appraisers on all aspects of improving and reconfiguring our study and exam regulations.
The current members of the program advisory board are: