The planning and construction of modern real estate increasingly requires interdisciplinary thinking engineers who have their core competencies in both civil engineering and business management.
The civil engineering and business management degree course is an interface study from civil engineering (approx. 60 percent of the training content), business administration (30 percent of the training content) and the necessary legal foundations (10 percent of the training content), which are necessary in order to move safely in the professional environment as an civil engineer and business manager.
The course of study is based on the civil engineering, architecture, building services, building physics and surveying courses traditionally anchored at the HFT. In addition to the technical aspects of the buildings, the curriculum also includes business management issues such as controlling, personnel and labour law, accounting and law and taxes.
Due to the above-mentioned knowledge, graduates with deep detailed knowledge are broadly educated and particularly suited for later tasks that require a holistic view.