Further Minor

Minor Research

As a minor subject, research can be studied in conjunction with any of the four approved major subjects. Research students acquire in-depth knowledge of theoretical problems relating to economics. The master’s degree course can therefore serve as a springboard for doctoral studies.

Students who take research as a minor subject can select any of the modules in the structured doctoral programme. The courses on offer can be found on the web pages on structured doctoral studies.

The course sequence might look like this:

If you wish to study research as a minorsubject subject, the person to contact is:

Dr. Adrian Kubata
Institut für Unternehmensrechnung und -besteuerung
Tel: +49 251 83-21921
Email: adrian.kubata@wiwi.uni-muenster.de

Minor Economics

As a minor subject, economics can be studied in conjunction with any of the four approved major subjects. Students who take economics as a minor subject can select any of the modules on offer in the master’s degree course in economics with the exception of the Master`s thesis, project studies, law and finance modules. For more details, see the relevant  module compendium.

The course sequence might look like this:
 

If you wish to study economics as a minor subject, the person to contact is

Thomas Hagedorn
Tel: +49 251 83-22946
Email: vwl-masterberatung@wiwi.uni-muenster.de
Homepage: Master Economics

Minor Information Systems

As a minor subject, information systems can be studied in conjunction with any of the four approved major subjects. Students who take information systems as a minor subject can select any of the modules on offer in the master’s degree course in information systems. For more details, see the relevant  module compendium.

The course sequence might look like this:

If you wish to study information systems as a minor subject, the person to contact is:

Pascal Kerschke
Tel: + 49 251 83-38213
Email: kerschke@uni-muenster.de