Sci­entific de­part­ments

The HNU is divided into three scientific departments: Health Management, Information Management and Economics. In addition, the HNU's Centre for Postgraduate Studies organisationally combines the degree programmes and offers that are aimed at already experienced employees.

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Sci­entific de­part­ment: Health Man­age­ment

This scientific department trains the future experts in the healthcare industry. The degree programmes offered convince with a mix of economic, information technology, medical and health science content. They prepare students in a practical manner for controlling and leading tasks at the management level of companies in the booming healthcare industry.

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Sci­entific de­part­ment: In­form­a­tion Man­age­ment

The three areas of business administration, information management and communication make students fit for a professional future in the information management sector. Through innovative teaching and practice-oriented research, the scientific department "Information Management" is equally attractive for students and companies regionally, nationally and internationally.

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Sci­entific de­part­ment: Busi­ness and Eco­nom­ics

The goal is interdisciplinarity! Therefore, the scientific department "Business and Economics" combines business administration and economics with law as well as information management and business psychology. In cooperative degree programmes with the Ulm University of Technology, students gain in-depth knowledge in the fields of engineering and logistics.

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Centre for Post­gradu­ate Stud­ies

Degree programmes, certificate courses and educational programs: The Centre for Postgraduate Studies (ZfW) at Neu-Ulm University offers all of these on a part-time basis. The focus here is on the areas of management and the healthcare industry. Students gain professional and methodological skills that enable them to actively shape the challenges of everyday professional life. One goal of the ZfW is to build knowledge partnerships and thus contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of regional companies.

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