The current pandemic not only brings fundamental questions regarding the further development of the global economy into focus - with St. Corona as the patron saint of money and treasure diggers, the current crisis also has a quite unexpected connection to the topic of "economy". The Corona crisis not only (re)raises the question of "how" teaching at Universities of Applied Sciences can be ensured, but also "what" should be taught. Now that the HFT has successfully established virtual teaching/learning settings throughout the University of Applied Sciences and the "emergency processes" are largely stable, the more intensive study of the second aspect is also creating inspiring impulses for teaching. Within the two business psychology degree programmes, professors have already addressed the question of how the effects of the corona crisis could be meaningfully linked to the teaching content of different subjects. Through this integration, students are not only enabled to acquire and apply new skills based on current examples and problems, but also learn about the diversity and flexibility of business and psychological approaches to solving problems.
The following subjects or learning contents with a "corona reference" are examples of this: