I Bachelor's degree
Aging Services Management

BA (Bachelor of Arts in Business)

180 ECTS

Autumn semester (September)

Length of programme: 6 semesters / 3 years
Tuition fees: EUR 363.36 per semester plus student union fee
Semester overview:
One semester consists of 3 on-campus sessions (2 days each, Friday and Saturday) and two self-defined distance learning phases.
Language of instruction: German
Work placement:
300 working hours in a professionally relevant activity
Programme director:

Tanja Adamcik

Application deadline
18.08.2019

The BA in Aging Services Management is aimed at future managers in the healthcare, social services and technology sectors, as well as in all business sectors whose offerings are geared to the needs of the elderly. As part of this degree programme, in addition to necessary management and social skills, graduates acquire know-how in the sub-areas of gerontology, as well as an understanding of the potential offered by new technologies.

Admission requirements

  • General university entrance qualification, OR
  • relevant professional qualification (incl. additional examinations)
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Career opportunities

Thanks to the close link between theoretical knowledge and professional practice, the BA in Aging Services Management offers a broad field of activity in accordance with distance learning programme, e.g. in health and social institutions or in the field of prevention. However, graduates of this programme are also needed in municipalities, in tourism and in housing, urban and regional planning, especially in positions in the following areas and functions:

  • Project management
  • Process management
  • Change management
  • Management consultancy
  • Quality management
  • Network and interface functions in relation to quality of life and health of the elderly
  • (Commercial) management of health and social facilities for the elderly
  • Consulting functions in the field of gerontology and new technologies

 


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Focus areas

Business & law
Aging Services
Management skills
Methodical skills

Programme overview

Programme overview

Advantages

part-time

individual

flexible

Application deadline
18.08.2019