Semester 1: 'Structure'
The first semester has a strong theoretical focus with first links to practice. We build a common basic understanding of management. A wide range of concepts is presented and elaborated on how economics, social and cultural sciences are related and can stimulate one another.
Semester 2: 'Performance'
The second semester is the beginning of a shift from a theoretical to a practical focus. Your role as Alice crawling down the rabbit hole starts right here. You look over the stage, backstage. You reflect on what is being played, how it is being played, why it is being played that way and what your role is in all of this.
Semester 3: 'Transformation'
In the third semester, you really focus on practice and how you deal with it. Questions of ethical behavior, aesthetic expression, ambiguity and indecision, as well as such constant, active change are central here. The "art of leadership" becomes the main focus.
Semester 4: 'Research'
The fourth semester is all about your master's thesis, which combines theory and practice. You reflect on what you have learned and learned to love and put your experience (s) together in this concluding work. It's as much about inspiring others as it is about being inspired yourself.
Imagine all the modules, horizontally and vertically, like an orchestra. They harmonize with one another, are well-coordinated, and only together do they develop their full potential. You will learn to recognize connections between the individual instruments, between individual notes, and you will practice arranging them yourself.