Bachelor in Management & Technology (TUM-BWL)

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Combine your management education with your passion for technology

What is your plan? To acquire outstanding skills in management or become qualified in technology or the natural sciences? With our Bachelor in Management and Technology, you can do both – and that is exactly what employers are looking for today.

The program features courses in management studies as well as in natural sciences or engineering. The program runs six semesters and allows for a semester abroad through its mobility window. You will be taught using methods that draw on the latest research as well as state-of-the-art industrial practice.

The exploitation of fossil resources, environmental degradation and the associated climate change will change our lives. This forces us to fundamentally rethink our way of life and business. The search for raw materials and energy sources that are environmentally and climate-friendly play an essential role.

The Bachelor in Management & Technology (TUM-BWL) with the specialization in “Renewable Resources” is aimed at outstanding, highly motivated high school graduates with university entrance qualifications (e.g. Abitur) who are interested in business administration and, at the same time, want to gain basic knowledge in natural sciences and engineering with a focus on renewable resources and energies, and sustainability. Graduates of this program will be positioned right at the interface of the related professional fields. They will be prepared for a professional career combining business management know-how with sustainable management skills and profound knowledge of the use of renewable resources.

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Specialization: “Renewable Resources”, offered exclusively at Campus Straubing!

Campus Straubing is an emerging location of the Technical University of Munich which is developed in close cooperation between the State of Bavaria, the city of Straubing, and companies with sustainability requirements. The city of Straubing is located approximately 130 km north-east of Munich.

Students find excellent conditions for their studies in Straubing. New auditoriums and laboratories as well as stylishly renovated historic buildings are available to all students.

  • Location of study: Straubing
  • Duration of Study/Credits: 6 semesters/180 credits
  • Start of Course: Up to 100% in English
  • Costs per Semester: No tuition by German law

Our Bachelor in Management and Technology program positions students at the interface between technology and management. The career prospects are excellent: About half a million new jobs are expected in the area of the production and use of renewable resources over the next years.

Possible career options can be found in the fields of energy supplying,  the processing industry and mechanical engineering, as well as in the production of renewable resources, authorities and municipalities. Other relevant occupational fields encompass the areas of consulting, education and research.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE ((e.g. Specialization in Computer Engineering)

1st semesterFoundations of Entrepreneurial and Ethical Business | Management Science | Financial Accounting | Economics I | Mathematics I
2nd semesterProduction and Logistics | Cost Accounting | Economics II | Statistics | Mathematics II
3rd semesterInternational Management and Organizational Behaviour | Investment and Financial Management | Business Law I | Introduction into Computer Science | Principles of Electrotechnology
4th semesterEmpirical Research Methods | Marketing and Innovation Management | Business Law II | 3D User Interfaces | Electives Management or Technology
5th semesterBachelor Practical Course | Programming Languages | Electives in Management or Technology | Project Studies
6th semesterInformation Management for Digital Business Models | Electives Management & Technology | International Experience & Communication Skills | Bachelor’s Thesis

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Admission takes place through an aptitude assessment procedure. The aptitude assessment consists out of two parts. In the first part we assess your application considering your final school grade (Abitur or GPA) and your four individual half-year grades (Halbjahresnoten) in German or English, Mathematics and Advanced Natural Sciences. Secondly, we take your letter of motivation into account. Applicants who cannot be directly admitted or who do not have the required grades in the relevant subjects will have their final grade of their university entrance qualification evaluated (Abitur or GPA), as well as their performance in the admission interview.

Successful completion of the assessment procedure.


  • Christine Geiger
    Program Manager, B.Sc. Management & Technology
  • Phone +49 (89) 289 25071
  • Fax +49 (89) 289 25070
  • Room 1547
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