Master of Business Administration and Engineering (MBA&E)
- Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- 3 semester(s)
- City, country:
- Berlin, Berlin, Germany
The MBA&E is an international, postgraduate programme combining business administration and engineering. In addition to its cross-disciplinary core, three specialisation options are offered: Automotive Management (AM), Interdisciplinary Management (IM), Global Leadership in Engineering (GLE), Global Procurement (GL) and Lean Management (LM).
The AM specialisation prepares the students for work in the global automotive industry. Typical positions include technical and management jobs at automotive OEMs and suppliers. The IM specialization has a sharper focus on the management of complex technical projects where experts of different disciplines contribute. The LM specialisation provides the students with production and business process optimisation competence.
When applying to any any technical management positions, the cross-discplinary programme will provide you with a clear competitive advantage over the traditional either technical or management competition.
Typical positions after graduation are such as project manager, product manager and process manager.
Prof. Dr. Soeren Dressler
The MBA&E core target group are engineers and other technical professionals aiming at a management career. Holders of other degrees with relevant career goals are naturally welcome, as well.
Please feel free to contact our programme office for consultancy on your decision.
General Management Module
- Strategic Marketing
- Special Topics in Business Administration
- Strategy, Organization and HR Management
- Corporate Finance and Controlling
Technology and Engineering Module
- Global Supply Chain Management
- New Technologies and Innovation
- Manufacturing Technology and Automation
- Project: Engineering Management
Automotive Management specialisation
- Automotive Management I
- Automotive Management II
- Safety; Quality Management and Car Concepts
- Alternative Drive-Train Technologies
Interdisciplinary Management specialisation
- Communication, Leadership and Decision-Making
- International Project Management
- Systems Engineering
- Project: Industrial Engineering
Lean Management specialisation
- Data Management and Business Performance Management
- Lean Management
- Digital Lean Management
- Lean Management II
- Data Management and Business Performance Management
- Communication in International Networks
- Global Procurement
- Project Global Procurement
- Managing Across Borders
- Intercultural Competences and Communication
- Global Value Chain Standards
- International Project Industrial Engineering
The programme has a special emphasis on work life and interpersonal skills in an international environment. Over 90% of the programme's students are international, and modern communication and collaboration technologies are used in teaching.
Practical orientation is another clear strenght of the programme. Experienced lecturers from the industry and projects in cooperation with companies ensure that implementable skills are learned. Also the programme's professors are involved in the industry, some running companies of their own.
- Total fees approx.
- EUR 12.500
In addition to a Bachelor's degree or an international equivalent, at least one year of relevant working experience and fluent English are expected.
The tuition fee for the complete program is EUR 12.500. In addition, there is a semester fee of approximately EUR 300 per semester, including an unlimited ticket to the Berlin local transportation system.
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The programme supports the completion of the Master thesis or an (optional) internship abroad.
Services of the programme office
The MBA&E programme office will provide the students with a variety of services: additional seminars on application and job market skills, extracurricular courses, preparation for internships and the thesis, networking support and contacts, and naturally personal counseling.
Extracurricular courses and excursion
In addition to the MBA&E curriculum, the programme offers extracurricular courses each semester. Currently offered courses include Design Thinking, Financial Analysis, Employability Skills, Scientific Working, SAP and Compliance.
With every MBA&E class we also travel onto excursions to companies and events either in Germany or abroad.
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Established in 1994, the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) is the youngest and largest application oriented comprehensive university in the German capital. Every year around 13,000 students study here in the fields of technology, management, design and culture. Although HTW is young it is ambitious. It was selected as "Best Practice-Hochschule" in 2001 and holds the titles of "Reform-Fachhochschule" and "Total E-Quality Science Award."
Today, tens of degree programmes in five departments are offered, including five postgraduate programs of various types. This means an extraordinary selection of resources, facilities and services in the disposal of the MBA&E programme and its students. For more information about the university, please see the HTW home page at www.htw-berlin.de.
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