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Accent modules

Accent modules provide further theoretical and application-oriented knowledge in the economic core subjects.

The modules have a workload of each 56 hours (contact hours) + 124 hours (self-study). Each counts 6 credit points.

The following five modules have to be taken by all students (obligatory modules):

wir831 Corporate Social Responsability (German)

The modul wir831 Corporate Social Responsability consists of the lecture

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) lecture (SoSe)

plus one of the following seminars:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Seminar Energiewirtschaft (SoSe)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Seminar IKT (SoSe)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility: Seminar Ernährungswirtschaft (SoSe)

For current information please follow the links above to the course directory of the University of Oldenburg or check the module catalogue. 

 

wir906 Resource and Energy Economics (Engl.)

The module wir906 Resource and Energy Economics consists of the following courses:

  • Energy Economics (SoSe)
  • Resource Economics (SoSe)

For current information please follow the links above to the course directory of the University of Oldenburg or check the module catalogue. 

wir908 Strategies, Methods and Instruments of Sustainability Management (Engl.)

The module wir908 Strategies, Methods and Insruments of Sustainability Management consists of the lecture

  • Instruments of Sustainability Management (SoSe)

and one of the following seminars:

  • Postwachstumsökonomik (SoSe)
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SoSe)

For current information please follow the links above to the course directory of the University of Oldenburg or check the module catalogue. 

wir911 Advanced Topics of Sustainability Economics (Engl.)

For the module wir911 Advanced Topics of Sustainability Economics it is possible to choose between one of the following combinations:

  • Verhaltensökonomik und Zufriedenheitsforschung (lecture) (SoSe) and
  • Verhaltensökonomik und Zufriedenheitsforschung (seminar) (SoSe)

or

  • Economics of Climate Change (lecture) (WiSe) and
  • Übung zu Economics of Climate Change (seminar) (WiSe)

For current information please follow the links above to the course directory of the University of Oldenburg or check the module catalogue. 

wir913 Practical Project in Sustainability Economics and Management (Engl.)

In the module wir913 Practical Project in Sustainability Economics and Management there is a different offer of courses to choose from.

For current information please follow the links above to the course directory of the University of Oldenburg or check the module catalogue.
Some conditions are listed here.

Conditions:
Duration:  1 Semester
Regular cycle:  annual
Type of module:  obligatory
Level:  AS (Akzentsetzung)
Module should be taken in third Semester
Typo of teaching:  Seminar (4h/week)
Teaching language: English
Credit Points:  6
Workload:  180h
including attendance time:  56h

Contents:
This module consists of two seminars (2 weekly contact hours per seminar) dealing with several topics from the broad field of sustainability, economics and management during term.
The module’s intention is to integrate current research activities of the University from the research areas of sustainability, economics and management into teaching activities. The Module provides students the possibility to actively participate in current research at Oldenburg University. The module’s seminars each year deal with different projects and are thus designed each year by a different group of Oldenburg located researchers.
This teaching concept provides the interface between theory and application of scientific theories into research practise. Thus, this module also introduces research work at universities in general.

Objectives of the module/comptences:

  • Methods of project management
  • Introduction into the methods of qualitative empirical research
  • Introduction into approaches to time management
  • Identification of individual or team projects in sustainability management  (case studies, empirical studies, marketing concepts)
  • Self organized work on individual or team projects
  • Mid-term and final presentation of project results

Performance record:
Term paper

Module responsible:
Prof. Dr. Bernd Siebenhüner

Literature:
to be announced during the seminar

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