Plug-in Modules

Plug-in modules are used to specifically expand the range of courses that provide students with particularly innovative and interdisciplinary content – independently of the curricula of the respective degree programs. In this way, students can develop specific competencies and acquire knowledge that cannot yet be taken into account in their regular modules, deal with issues and approaches from disciplines outside their field of study, and work on interdisciplinary projects together with fellow students from other subjects.

Plug-in Modules in the winter semester 2022/23

Artificial Intelligence for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

In this course, students develop a basic understanding of technological developments in the field of artificial intelligence and learn how to put them to good use in and for companies and start-ups.

Behavioral Economics Meets Real World Challenges. A Project Rally

This module offers participants from all backgrounds an overview of current issues in behavioral economics and their application on current societal or environmental challenges.

Business Plan Basic Seminar

A class with a start-up feel: In this course, students work in teams to develop their own entrepreneurial idea in agile, iterative cycleswith a lot of real-life feedback.

Business Plan Advanced Seminar

In the Business Plan Advanced Seminar, participants can further develop their own start-up idea, refine the business concept and subject it to an initial practical test. Experienced founders support them in the process.

Digital Product School

In the three-month Digital Product School, students learn to build innovative digital products that solve real-world problems and provide true value to users.

EuroTeQ Collider: Leave No Waste Behind

The EuroTeQ Collider is an innovative learning format that brings together students, trainees and professionals to address challenges around the topic “Leave no waste behind”. The deadline for registration is September 30, 2022.

Impact School

At the Impact School, students work to develop practical solutions for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals using future technologies and interdisciplinary approaches.

 

Innovation Facilitator

As a trainer and facilitator, students will design and lead the Innovation Sprint groups. They will be specifically prepared for this, for example, with a train-the-trainer and teambuilding workshop.

Innovation Sprint

In five days, students learn to develop innovative, customer-focused and impact-driven business ideas by taking on a partner's challenge in an interdisciplinary team.

Innovative Entrepreneurs: Lecture & Project

In this course, participants gain insights from the practice of founders and entrepreneurs, and work on their own project to improve self-leadership.

 

Marketing Entrepreneurship Lab

At the Marketing Entrepreneurship Lab, students can deepen their marketing knowledge and apply it in practice: They support a start-up of their choice, for example in strategic marketing, market research or product launch.

Principled Entrepreneurial Decisions

In this course, students as future leaders are challenged to critically reflect on the role that personal values and principles can and should play in making difficult business decisions.

 

Tech Challenge

Learning by doing: In this seminar, students take on the challenge of solving a practical business problem posed by entrepreneurial partners and thus further develop their innovation skills.

Technology Entrepreneurship Lab

Leading by coaching: In this course, students learn to build their coaching skills and practice them by helping real innovation or start-up teams with their challenges.

 

Plug-in Modules in the summer semester 2023

JavaScript Technology Seminar

This seminar provides hands-on experience in designing and building modern JavaScript-based web applications in an agile development environment with well-known industry partners.

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