Digitalization is transforming vast areas of our economy and society. Companies are changing the way they operate as digital technology revolutionizes their processes and distribution channels. In response, demand is growing for qualified individuals who combine management expertise with a profound knowledge of digital technology.
Does this study suit me?
We created the Bachelor in Management & Technology with the new Digital Technologies specialization with a particular type of candidate in mind. We are looking for highly motivated high-school graduates who are interested in business administration and, at the same time, want to acquire a basic knowledge of the natural sciences and engineering – with a special focus on digital technology. Graduates of the program will be ideally qualified for a career that combines business management with technical skills, particularly in the area of digital technology.
The Bachelor in Management & Technology with the Digital Technologies specialization is offered exclusively at TUM Campus Heilbronn. A special feature at the Heilbronn location are the electives, especially in the fields of Family Enterprise, Digital Technologies and Digital Transformation.
Digital Technologies specialization – only in Heilbronn!
Heilbronn is famous for being a region of world market leaders. Both the city itself and the surrounding areas boast a high concentration of innovative, family-led small and medium-sized enterprises. Many of these firms are highly specialized and have achieved top positions in global markets. These “hidden champions” are constantly on the look-out for new employees with expertise in management and technology. They are particularly interested in those who have a specialism in digital technology.
For our students, that means great career prospects. Many jobs are available in fields such as automotive and mechanical engineering, metal production and processing, electrical engineering and plastics processing, the food industry, paper, printing and publishing and the construction industry. But it doesn’t stop there: Industries such as retail, finance, insurance, tourism, transportation and communications are also crying out for qualified candidates to meet the rapidly changing challenges of the global economy.