Together for tomorrow: WiSo 2030

Application-oriented

Application-oriented

We intend that our degree programs and all research and transfer activities make a significant contribution to the transformation of society and the economy with a view to the challenges ahead. That's why we network intensively with our regional environment and establish transfer and innovation alliances with companies, public and civil society actors. These collaborations lead to numerous internships and practical projects, which are anchored in the curriculum in 80 percent of the degree programs. All teachers have at least five years of practical professional experience. External lecturers from practice bring current practical requirements into teaching. This enables our students to think and act in a scientifically based and practical way and strengthens their problem-solving skills and creativity.

 

On the way to the Application-oriented Campus

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dual Bachelor's degree programs

The Bachelor's degree programs in General Administration, Business Administration, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Midwifery (practice-integrated) and Nursing (practice-integrated) can be studied dual in combination with vocational training.

 

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part-time degree programs

The Bachelor's degree programs in Nursing Management, Nursing Science and Physiotherapy as well as the Master's degree programs in Auditing, Finance and Taxation, Health Management, University and Science Management, Musculoskeletal Therapy (Manual Therapy – OMPT) and Public Management can be studied part-time.

 

54

research projects

Since 2020, 54 application-related research projects have been carried out at the faculty with a total funding volume of 42 million euros.

 

60

projects/year

Every year, more than 60 business, legal and social projects take place at the faculty.

 

750

scientific practical projects/year

Scientific practical projects as part of the Bachelor's thesis are part of all Bachelor's degree programs.

 

1.000

practical experts

Around 1,000 experts from practice are involved in teaching every year.

 

1.500

students

Around 1,500 students take part in 30 practical projects, simulation games and excursions each semester.

 

Application-oriented goals by 2030

More part-time, dual and further education courses

Expansion of course formats that are tailored to the needs of different target groups who want to combine scientific and practical training in order to ensure their livelihood through simultaneous employment in a company

 

More regional and international networking

Intensifying collaboration with regional and international partners for joint research and sustainable transformation of society, administration and the economy

 

Fields of action