Hear the students first: Study Master Management at the Karls
The Karls is a different kind of university for people who are or who want to be different; specifically for those who want to make a difference. Students will find the Master Management to be an environment where management, cultural and social sciences, theory and practice, ethics and sustainability come together – and where these phenomena are not taken for granted, but where students reflect them critically and empathically. But also not less important, hear what the students have to say first!
Bachelor vs. Master at Karls: What's the difference
But what if you've already done your Bachelor's at the Karls? Does the Master's even make sense for you? How are they different anyways? Well, let's again see what the students say about that!
Kai Feuchter, Alumnus Master Management
"People always say that rethinking management is nothing but a myth; a fake claim without substance. For this Master’s that is not true. I am seriously rethinking everything!"
Master Management: Some facts about the program
David Sixt, Alumnus Master Management
"This program frequently blows my mind and then challenges but also supports me to re-assemble it. It's fascinating!"
Master's degree Management: The Modules
Now, why choose between being a generalist or a specialist? In the Master Management you can become both. The common basis for all students is the modules in General Management (light blue) and Personal Skills (dark blue). You add to that an individual selection of two out of these six areas of Specialization (green):
- Creativity & Innovation
- Cultural Change & Society
- Human Resources & Diversity
- New Media
For detailed information about each module please see the module descriptions on the right.
Study year 1
Study year 2
Mischa Burmester, Alumnus Master Management
"The interconnectedness of modules within and across semesters is stunning. This Master's is definitively about 'Rethinking Management' and requires engagement on the brink of my comfort zone."
Master's degree Management: The Areas of Specialization
In our opinion the question of selecting your Areas of Specialization is mostly a matter of gut-feeling. It comes down to what you are interested in as a person. What feels right? What are you good at? What do you want to know more about?
But let's give you a helping hand. Here is some inspiration of the most popular combinations our Master Management students have gone for and what kind of job directions you might be looking at with them: