Management Degree Programs at TUM
For TUM as the entrepreneurial university, management is not only a key area in research and teaching, but also a vital interface between engineering, natural, political and social sciences. This overview is designed to provide a first orientation and to help you make your choice.
Each degree program allows for individual choices during your studies - you can find more information on the individual pages of the programs.
Our Bachelor's Degree Programs at a Glance:
Our Master's Degree Programs at a Glance
The master's degree program in Consumer Science combines perspectives from a variety of disciplines. It enables graduates to understand how consumers operate in their economic, social and environmental contexts, against the backdrop of ongoing digitization.
The elite master’s program in Finance and Information Management is offered by the Technical University of Munich in cooperation with the University of Augsburg and the University of Bayreuth.The program, offered within the framework of the Elite Network of Bavaria, provides outstandingly gifted and ambitious students with a rigorous, internationally-focused and interdisciplinary academic education.
A management program for engineers and natural scientists. Companies no longer think in terms of traditional divisions: They are looking for individuals with a passion for management combined with outstanding technical skills.
With the Master in Management & Technology, we created a program that gives you an outstanding education in management as well as profound skills in engineering or natural sciences at one of Europe’s top technical universities.
The master's degree program in Design, Production and Management in Mechanical Engineering combines well-grounded technical knowledge (basics, development, production) with management. This explicit focus equips engineers with specialized business and management skills.
The international master's program in Sustainable Resource Management is an inter- and transdisciplinary program devoted to a sustainable approach to natural resources, such as soil, water, air or biological diversity. The focus is placed on management methods while the several areas of specialization offered within the program allow for the creation of an individual skill profile.
The master's program in Information Systems is theory-based and practice-oriented in equal measure. It is tailored to preparing you for a challenging occupation with an emphasis on IT.
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