The bachelor degree program in Nonprofit, Social & Health Care Management trains young academics to become qualified professionals in the nonprofit sector, particularly in the area of social services and health care. The challenges faced by organizations in the nonprofit, social and health care sector due to social, political, economic, and technological changes call for experts with strong methodological and social skills. The program provides students with a well-founded theoretical background and practical training based on a combination of aspects from the nonprofit, social and health care sector with politico-economic and legal contents as well as management components. Equipped with specialized know-how, graduates of the degree program are prepared to master the current and future challenges of respective professions.
- Economy & Politics (13%)
- Management (22%)
- Relevant Specialization (16%)
- Social-Communicative Competencies (10%)
- Research Skills & Methodology (in addition to integrated 15-week internship and bachelor thesis II) (39%)