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Lectures in English

Incoming students are advised to choose mainly courses of one school, as mixing different programs might result in timetable problems. Preferentially these courses should be offered by the school responsible for the agreement. Please be aware that there are certain courses that have a limited capacity or require a certain process of registration (e.g. a proper application with CV). Those courses are indicated in orange in the column „Capacity“.

Please note:

Selecting complete modules is obligatory!
Single lectures can only be selected, if announced as Elective Complementary Course.

Some courses may have prerequisites. Candidates should make sure they meet the requirements. For information check: University Calendar

For courses with a limited number of participants candidates should contact the organising institute well in advance and check availability.

For further and more detailed information regarding courses, ECTS, term and limitation of seats:

Below you find all courses offered in English by MWT Department in the IPM, IWI, LIM and LUM study programs as well as a few modules from other departments:

Module Course Period* Capacity** Bachelor/Master Lecturer Institute ECTS
International Business Business-to-Business Marketing WT

Master Prof. Lüthje W-3 6
Intercultural Management and Communication WT

Master Dr. Tiwari W-7
International Management WT

Master Prof. Wrona W-10
Marketing and Communication Business-to-Business Marketing WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Lüthje W-3 6
Case Studies of Marketing and Communication WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Lüthje W-3
Intercultural Management and Communication WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Lüthje W-3
Product Planning Product Planning WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Herstatt W-7 6
Product Planning Seminar WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Herstatt W-7
Technology Management Technology Management WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Herstatt W-7 6
Technology Management Seminar WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Herstatt W-7
Selected Topics of Business Administration Corporate Finance WT

Master Prof. Ringle W-9 6
Project Management Methods ST

Master Prof. Jahn W-12
Human Resource Management and Organization Design ST

Master Prof. Ringle W-9
International Production Management and Enterprise Resource Planning: CERMEDES AG International Production Management and Enterprise Resource Planning: CERMEDES AG ST

Master Prof. Ringle W-9 6
Mobility of Goods and Logistics Systems Mobility of Goods, Logistics, Traffic ST

Master Prof. Flämig W-8 6
International Logistics and Transport Systems ST

Master Prof. Flämig W-8
Marketing (Sales and Services / Innovation Marketing) Module Marketing (Innovation Marketing / Sales and Services) ST

Master Prof. Lüthje W-3 6
Quantitative Research Methods Quantitative Research Methods ST

Master Prof. Ringle W-9 6
Technology Entrepreneuship Creation of Business Opportunities ST

Master Prof. Ihl W-11 6
Entrepreneurship ST

Master Prof. Ihl W-11
Economics International Economics ST

Master Ms. Olbrisch-Ziegler W-4 6
Main Theoretical and Political Concepts ST

Master Prof. Fischer W-4
Corporate Entrepreneurship & Growth Entrepreneurial Finance WT

Master Prof. Ihl W-11 6
Intrapreneurship WT

Master Prof. Ihl W-11
Management, Organization and Human Resource Management Management, Organization and Human Resource Management WT

Master Prof. Ringle W-9 6
Management, Organization and Human Resource Management Seminar WT

Master Prof. Ringle W-9
Quantitative Methods – Statistics and Operations Research Quantitative Methods – Statistics and Operations Research WT

Master Prof. Fischer W-4 6
Quantitative Methods – Statistics and Operations Research (Recitation) WT

Master Prof. Fischer W-4
Accounting Corporate Finance WT

Master Prof. Meyer W-1 6
Management and Financial Accounting ST

Master Prof. Meyer W-1
Project Management Project Management Methods ST

Master Prof. Jahn W-12 6
Selected Topics and Advanced Business Cases in Project Management ST

Master Prof. Ringle W-9
Strategies and Methods of Negotiating ST

Master Prof. Lüthje W-3
Fundamentals of Production and Quality Management Production Process Organization ST

Master Prof. Lödding M-18 6
Quality Management ST

Master Prof. Lödding M-18
Nexus Engineering – Water, Soil, Food and Energy Ecological Town Design – Water, Energy, Soil and Food Nexus ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Otterpohl B-2 6
Water & Wastewater Systems in a Global Context ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Otterpohl B-2
Waste and Energy Waste Recycling Technologies ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9 6
Waste Recycling Technologies (Recitation) ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9
Waste to Energy ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9
Special Aspects of Waste Resource Management Advanced Topics in Waste Resource Management ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9 6
International Waste Management ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9
Waste and Soil Waste resource Management ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9 6
Waste Resource Management (Recitation) ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9
Waste, Biology and Soil ST

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9
Selected Topics of Management & Law Innovation Debates WT

Bachelor/Master Dr. Ehls W-7 2
Selected Topics of Management & Law Advanced Research Seminar ST

Bachelor/Master Dr. Buse W-7 2
Selected Topics of Management & Law Accounting WT

Bachelor/Master n.a. n.a. 4
Selected Topics of Management & Law Empirical Business Research Methods WT

Bachelor/Master Mrs. Reber n.a. 2
Selected Topics of Management & Law International Law for Engineers (Lecture) WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Meyer-Chory n.a. 2
Selected Topics of Management & Law International Law for Engineers (Seminar) ST

Bachelor/Master Mr. Meyer-Chory n.a. 2
Business & Management Business Model Generation & Green Technologies (Seminar) WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Prange n.a. 2
Business & Management Corporate Entrepreneurship & Green Innovation (Seminar) ST

Bachelor/Master Mr. Prange n.a. 2
Business & Management Entrepreneurial Management WT

Bachelor/Master n.a. n.a. 2
Business & Management Internationalization Strategies WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Wrona W-10 2
Business & Management Startup Engineering (Seminar) WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Ihl W-11 2
Business & Management Startup Engineering Project WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Ihl W-11 2
Business & Management Marketing WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Lüthje W-3 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Historical Development and Present State (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Braun n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Cradle to cradle: material cycles (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Ms. Scheelhaase n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Creative Processes in Technology, Music and the Arts (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Braun n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Foreign Language Course ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Ms. Nugis n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master History of Seafaring (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Weigell n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Intercultural Communication (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Ms. Jarchow n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Intercultural Management – Theory and Awareness Training (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Rothlauf n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Introduction to the Science & Technoloy Studies (STS) (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Egbert n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Politics ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Albrecht n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Politics and Science ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Mr. Jeremias n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Project realisation: TUHH goes sustainable – Sustainability in Research, Education and campus management (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Prof. Kuchta V-9 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master Stay cool in conflict. Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Ms. Jarchow n.a. 2
Nontechnical Elective Complementary Courses for Master “What’s up, Doc?” Science and Stereotypes in Literature and Film (Seminar) ST/WT

Bachelor/Master Ms. Henke n.a. 2

 

 

 

* WT: winter term / ST: summer term
** unlimited capacity / limited capacity