Information for prospective students of Public and Non-Profit Management (B.A.)

In trend: scientific and legal knowledge at the largest employer of Germany

Did you know that the public service sector employs more than 4.5 million people and is therefore the largest employer of Germany? Modernization measures ensure that the public sector is increasingly viewed as a 'public service management' with clear goals that ensures the general well-being of the society with customer-orientation and economic contribution. In order to create a cost-effective, efficient and effective public sector, knowledge and management methods known from the private sector are applied. This is why the demand in business economists - who are also familiar with legal and economic aspects of the public service sector is this great.


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First-year students

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Program Public und Non-Profit Management
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Terms 7 terms, full-time
ECTS credit points 210
Program start Each year winter semester
Application deadlines July 31 for German degrees
July 15 for international degrees
Languages German
Accreditation ZEvA until 09/30/2027
Admission requirements yes


The Public Management degree course prepares students for professional roles in public administrations, NGOs, public and non-profit organizations, as well as service providers that have close ties to administrations (e.g. consulting and auditing firms) and require the application of managerial and economic knowledge. Job prospectives are among others in the following fields: organizations, human resources management and human resources, controlling and reporting, procurement and logistics, marketing, finance, and accounting, information and communication management and investment management.


Application and enrollment with international degrees

Ute Kaboth
Building 1, Room 4
Fax : +49 69 1533-2748
Sarah Panzer
Building 1, Room 3
Fax : +49 69 1533-2748

Head of degree course

Prof. Dr.
Adelheid Zeis
Head of degree course: Public Administration (B. A.)/ Public and Non-Profit Management (B. A.)
Building 4, Room 520

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last updated on: 06.29.2022