The first year of study provides students with a comprehensive foundation in understanding the economic activities and behavior of humans in organizations (HU*MAN). Based on relevant scientific findings, practice-relevant content is discussed on the topics of digitalization (MACHINES), access to and the functioning of markets (MARKETS), scientific research methods (METHOD), strategic management and international corporate governance (MANAGEMENT), international finance and accounting (MONEY), as well as essential legal issues (MAXIMS & MOTIONS).
In the second year of study, the focus is on the two specializations “Human Resources, Leadership & Diversity” and“Strategic Management & Sustainability”. Students additionally have the opportunity to substitute one of the two specializations with other subject areas at MCI (subject to availability). Such examples are "Digital Business", "Marketing Management" and "Financial Management".
An optional semester abroad (in the 3rd semester) and the study tour with insights into the practices of large international companies make it possible to gain international experience and networks before completing the master's thesis.
Graduates of relevant Bachelor programs or post-secondary programs comprising business and /or legal-related courses (e.g. Marketing, Controlling, Accounting, Project Management, Business Law, etc.) totaling at least 45 ECTS credits.