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Department Business and Economics

Entrepreneurial Mindset (Master - IM VI)

Field of study:  Master "Business Adminstration and Economics"
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Steffen Strese
Res. Assoc. Niklas Winterberg
Res. Assoc. David Schuch
Scope / Credits: 4 SWS / 7,5 Credits
Course type: Lecture + exercise
Language: German
Date and place: Tuesdays, 14:00-17:00, HSG II HS4
Exception: on 11/14 and 11/28, the event will be held in P2-05-416 and P1-05-308.
Beginning: October 17, 2023
Please note:  The course is taught across faculties.
According to the current status, the event will take place in person. Further details will be announced in the Moodle course.

Content Overview

The module introduces the fundamentals of entrepreneurial thinking and action and provides basic and practice-relevant business knowledge. The perspective of entrepreneurs is taken to teach methodological approaches, skills and processes required for the establishment and management of companies. At the same time, entrepreneurial and basic business knowledge is imparted through an interactive business simulation game, interrelationships in a company are demonstrated, and students are enabled to take their first steps as entrepreneurs. The students will learn to understand the mindset of entrepreneurs and to practically apply entrepreneurial approaches and heuristics. They will understand basic business management interrelationships in companies and be able to prepare and understand company-wide management decisions. Additionally, students will be able to apply problem-solving approaches, work efficiently and constructively in teams, and present proposed solutions effectively.


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