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Teaching at the Chair of Human Resource Management


Seminars in winter term 2018/2019

The Chair of Human Resource Management will be offering two seminars in winter term 2018/2019. For more details, please refer to the announcements below:


Modules and Courses

Bachelor Courses


Bachelor Module Human Resources and Organizations

  • Human Resource Management (Lecture No.: 2253003 and Tutorial No.: 253004), 4,5 ECTS – every winter term (Mandatory course)
  • Personnel Policies and Labor Market Institutions (Lecture No.: 2573001 and Tutorial No.:2573002), 4,5 ECTS – every summer term, also creditable in the module "Economic Policy I"


Other courses that are part of the module:

  • Managing Organizations (Prof. Dr. Hagen Lindstädt), (Lecture No.: 2577902), 3,5 ECTS - every winter term
  • Problem solving, communication and leadership (Prof. Dr. Hagen Lindstädt), (Lecture No.: 2577910), 2 ECTS, every summer term


Bachelor Foundation Business Administration

  • Strategic Management and Information Engineering and Management (Part Strategic Management, Lecture No.:  2600023), 3 ECTS – every winter term



Master courses


Incentives in Organizations (Lecture-No.: 2573003 and Tutorial No.: 2573004) 4,5 ECTS - every summer term; part of the modules:

  • Cross-functional Management Accounting
  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Applied Strategy Decisions
  • Experimental Economics


Seminars in the Seminar Module for Bachelor and Master

  • Seminar Human Resource Management (Seminar No.: 2573011), 3 ECTS – usually every term
  • Seminar Human Resources and Organizations (Seminar No.: 2573010), 3 ECTS – usually every term


Other Courses

  • Bachelor-/Master-/Diplomandenkolloquium "Research and Writing" (Colloquium accompanying theses, Lecture No.: 2574010) – every term
  • PhD-Seminar (Kolloquium, Lecture No.: 2520406) – every term
  • Workshop on Economics and Finance (Research Seminar, Lecture No.: 2521500) – every term



For detailed information please look at the module handbook.