Teaching

 

The follwing list shows you the current classes offered in the summer semester 2019 and the winter semester 2019/20. Using the link, you will find the respective classes in CAMPUS-Office system.

 

Courses Winter Semester 2019/20

Lecture: The global economy between globalisation, digitalisation and the climate crisis

Please note regarding the EXAMINATION: The last regular examination offer was in SoSe 2019. Repeat examination: Admission ONLY for students in the pending examination procedure (at least 1 examination attempt with 5.0) a third and last date will be offered for repetition. In addition, there is no longer any entitlement to a repeat examination. The module for the Master's programme may not be brought forward. The acquisition of a certificate of attendance in the lecture is possible without restriction.

Bachelor/Master Professor Paul Thomes
Exercise for the Lecture: The global economy between globalisation, digitalisation and the climate crisis Bachelor/Master Lena Knops
Master Seminar/ Project Module: Economic and social history. Automobility trends between past and future Master

Professor Paul Thomes

Ansprechpartnerin: Lena Knops

Leonardo-Module Mobility Prospects Master

Professor Paul Thomes

Ansprechpartnerin: Maira Kryschewski

 

Courses Summer Semester 2019

Lecture: The USA and Europe - Transatlantic Relations between Economy, Technology and Society in Historical Perspective Bachelor/ Master

Professor Paul Thomes

Contact:

Tobias Dewes

Exercise for the Lecture:The USA and Europe - Transatlantic Relations between Economy, Technology and Society in Historical Perspective Bachelor/ Master Tobias Dewes
Exercise Business History: From the "Ehrbaren Kaufmann" to "Responsible Leadership":Responsible Coporate Governance from a Historical Perspective Bachelor Lena Knops

Bachelor Seminar Technologie- und Innovationsgeschichte: Technology and design in automotive engineering. A history of innovation of the cult object of modern consumer society.

Bachelor PD Dr. Ingo Köhler

Bachelor Seminar: White-Collar Crime in from a Historical Perspective

Bachelor Fabian Engel
Master Seminar/Project Module: Economic and Social History. Big Business in historical Perspective - Global Players between Analog and Digital Economy Master

Professor Paul Thomes

Contact:

Fabian Engel

Master Seminar: International Management in Thailand Master

Professor Paul Thomes

Tobias Dewes

Leonardo-Module Mobility Prospects

Master

Professor Paul Thomes

Contact:

Lena Knops