Master of Arts / Qualified Economist
Qualified Economist in health management
Qualified Economist in Logistics
The master’s degree/diploma programme complements the basic bachelor’s degree programme. It serves to further deepen the scientific knowledge of the previous study programme and opens up in-depth content-related focal points. In addition, a final thesis (master’s thesis / diploma thesis) must be written. The degree title Master of Science was introduced by the Bologna Process. The Master’s degree is equivalent to the Diplom degree at a university, with minor exceptions. (The diploma thesis is slightly more academically demanding than the master’s thesis). This is why most graduates now opt for the diploma degree again.
This degree programme can facultatively also be completed in the specialisations “Health Management” or “Logistics”. (The “Health Economics” degree programme was awarded 120 certification points within the framework of continuing medical education by the Medical Association when it was established).
In addition, a specialisation in “Hospitality Management / Hotel and Restaurant Management” is possible. (In this respect our cooperation partner for Cyprus: K.E.E.A.D.)
Additional to the content outlined below, the curriculum includes current publications on economic issues and topics.
Fields of specialization
- Marketing & Sales
- Logistics Management
- Media Management
- Insurance Management
- Hospitality Management / Hotel and Restaurant Management (Cooperation partner Cyprus: K.E.E.A.D.)
Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Hospitality Management/ Hotel and Restaurant Management (Our cooperation partner Cyprus: K.E.E.A.D.)
Qualified economist in health management
Qualified economist in logistics
Individualised study content
We adapt the study content to be completed to suit you.
Why should you have knowledge that you have already demonstrated at another university or as part of another degree programme tested again? This is the question we asked ourselves at HIBS. And we answer them in your interest: we know what you need to know. If you provide us with evidence that you have already successfully completed individual course modules (at HIBS or at another university), then you do not need to work on them again.
Course modules and progression
Einführung in die BWL, Tätigkeit des Wirtschaftens, Einzelwirtschaften, System der produktiven Faktoren, konstitutive und produktive Entscheidungen der Betriebsführung,
Rechnungswesen I + II
Handelsrechtliche Grundlagen, Buchhaltung, GoB, Bilanz- und GuV, Jahresabschluss und Lagebericht, Bilanz- und GuV-Kennzahlen, Bilanz- und GuV-Analyse, Bilanzpolitik, Rechnungswesen in Schaubildern; Kosten- und Leistungsrechnung, Deckungsbeitragsrechnung, Kennzahlen, Kalkulation, Target-Costing, Wertanalyse,
Grundlagen der Unternehmensführung, Unternehmensführung und Organisation, Unternehmensplanung, Kontrolle, Organisation, Mitarbeiterführung,
Einführung, Märkte und Markttypen, Strategisches Marketing, Marktforschung, Marketing-Organisation und - Controlling,
Einführung in die Investitionstheorie: Begriffliche Klarstellungen, der Ablauf der Investitionsprozesse, Probleme bei Investitionsentscheidungen, Die Verfahren der Investitionsrechnung : Synoptische Darstellung, die einperiodischen statistischen Investitionsrechnungen, die mehrperiodischen finanzmathematischen Investitionsobjektrechnungen, das MAPI-Verfahren, die Berücksichtigung von Gewinnsteuern, Investitionsprogrammrechnungen,
Systematisierung der Finanzierungsformen, Beteiligungsfinanzierung, Selbstfinanzierung, Finanzierung aus Aufwandsgegenwerten, Kreditfinanzierung, Euromarktkredite, Instrumente des Zins- u. Währungsmanagements, Kreditsubstitute, Finanzanalyse, Finanzplanung Unternehmensfinanzierung in Schaubildern,
Einführung in das Controlling, Instrumente des Controlling, Funktionales Controlling, Finanz-Controlling, Aktuelle Themen und Weiterentwicklungen,
Deskriptive und induktive Statistik,
Geschichte der Volkswirtschaftslehre, Gesamtdarstellung der VWL, die Grundlagen der „Österreichischen Schule der Nationalökonomie“, Wirtschaftspolitik,
The HIBS - your university in your pocket
If you study at the Hibs, you always have your university in your pocket. Study when and where you want. And with all senses.
Our course instructors are available for you so that the exchange does not come too short! Exchange content and experiences or discuss problems and issues. This improves the transfer of what you have learned into practice – and increases your motivation.
In attendance events there is the opportunity for personal contact and exchange with fellow students, but also with their coaches and numerous personalities from the HIBS network.
Studying at the HIBS is not bound by formal requirements. We decide autonomously on access requirements and content. And we have decided that HIBS is basically open to anyone who has the intellectual ability and sufficient motivation to successfully complete their studies at HIBS. And we rely entirely on the individual intake interview.
The HIBS is open to people of all ages and backgrounds. We support the socially disadvantaged through our scholarship programme.
Tuition fees and funding
When you sign the training contract, you receive unlimited access to your virtual desk with all the materials you need for your studies. You then decide for yourself at what speed you want to progress your studies. There is no minimum and no maximum duration of study.
It is therefore basically not possible for us to divide the tuition fees into semester or monthly fees as other universities do. The tuition fees are generally due upon signing of the training contract.
However, if you are not in a position to raise this all at once, then we will talk about adequate financing, partial forbearances or payment by instalments. Just get in touch with us if you have any questions.
The course guidance centre can be reached by telephone at
0049 (0) 2234 389 11 29
During Corona Restrictions
unfortunately only limited office hours:
Mon – Thurs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.