The master's programme in Business Administration consists of two core subject combinations, which students have to choose from a total of 21 core subject combinations. The core subject combinations that students can choose are controlling, corporate finance, energy and environmental management, electronic business, external corporate accounting, financial services, health care management, industrial management, innovation and technology management, investments, international marketing, marketing, operations research, organisation, personnel economics, production management, public utility management, revision and taxes and trusts, supply chain management, transportation logistics, and business informatics. Moreover, students also have to study management topics from the modules of project management and strategic management. Towards the end of the degree programme students have to write a master's thesis, the topic of which must be from one of the two chosen core subject combinations or from the management skills modules or from the modules of the core or specialisation phase of the bachelor's programme in business administration. The degree programme concludes with a master's examination.