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EXPORT-ORIENTED MANAGEMENT - IMC Fachhochschule Krems

EXPORT-ORIENTED MANAGEMENT - IMC Fachhochschule Krems

EXPORT-ORIENTED MANAGEMENT - IMC Fachhochschule

  • Page 2 and 3: CONTENT EXPORT-ORIENTED MANAGEMENT
  • Page 4 and 5: MEDICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOL
  • Page 6 and 7: GENERAL INFORMATION NAME AND ADDRES
  • Page 8 and 9: General Nursing (full-time) Languag
  • Page 10 and 11: BACHELOR MASTER All full-time study
  • Page 12 and 13: Course Description This first semes
  • Page 14 and 15: � know and use efficient rhetoric
  • Page 16 and 17: Business Statistics and Mathematics
  • Page 18 and 19: Literature DAFT, Richard l.: Unders
  • Page 20 and 21: � the role of managers in the bus
  • Page 22 and 23: Course Description Introduction to
  • Page 24 and 25: Course Description See ―Arabic I
  • Page 26 and 27: Literature Required Text: ZHAO Jinm
  • Page 28 and 29: Prerequisites / Level Participant o
  • Page 30 and 31: Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv
  • Page 32 and 33: 2 nd Semester (SPRING) Accounting I
  • Page 34 and 35: Evaluation Evaluation will take the
  • Page 36 and 37: Teaching Methods The very concept i
  • Page 38 and 39: International Economics Semester Ho
  • Page 40 and 41: Course Description Introduction to
  • Page 42 and 43: After completion of this seminar, s
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  • Page 46 and 47: Selection of topic, group forming,
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    Evaluation None Russian II Semester

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    Spanish II Semester Hours per week

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Controlling Se

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    Literature Cases supplied in class.

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    As management does consist of many

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    � Foreign Trade Law � Internati

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    � Identify personal characteristi

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    Prerequisites / Level None Course D

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    � Appraise the essence of how to

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    Prerequisites / Level Arabic I + II

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    This course will introduce the stud

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    Course Description The objective of

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    5 th Semester (FALL) Applied Comput

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    Section 2: project, presentation, f

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    Literature Current editions of the

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    � Develop a research proposal �

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    Literature Czinkota and Rokainen. I

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    � apply financial globalization p

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    Human Resource Management II - Mana

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    Course Description The lessons:' to

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    Literature Zhao Jinming, Chinese Co

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    Loos; H., A. Berditschewski. Proekt

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    6 th Semester (SPRING) Training Int

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    � analyse and solve real world ca

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    Besides the front lecturing on Envi

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    � Understand and discuss the chal

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    The meetings will be utilized for s

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    The students should also be able to

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    French V Semester Hours per week Su

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    Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv

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    EXPORT-ORIENTED MANAGEMENT - Master

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    Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv

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    � HR tasks in context with differ

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    o Benchmarking � Business Strateg

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    � Evaluate the strengths and limi

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    consulting engagements will be used

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    � acquire the language competence

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    working on intercultural skills for

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    Evaluation Projects and presentatio

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    � Current Developments in Trade a

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    � Definition of strategic purpose

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    Literature Alberto Santa Maria, Eur

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    Evaluation Case study project Resea

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    Literature Stefano Gatti: Project F

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    situations. Active in-class partici

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    Teaching Methods Students will be e

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    � business strategy and policy

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    Teaching Methods This course will b

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Applied Resear

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    Teaching Methods The lecturer will

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    will be able to apply their technic

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    Prerequisites / Level Completed BA

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    � Application and deepening of co

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    approaches to address these; (v) ap

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    TOURISM & LEISURE MANAGEMENT - Bach

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    � working with large and multiple

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    Literature ZHAO Jinming et al.: Lu.

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    Principles of Management I Semester

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    German intermediate Semester Hours

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    Italian Exercise I Semester Hours p

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    Evaluation Examinations (1 written

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    session by working through the rele

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    Course Description A Russian course

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    An introspective understanding of h

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    5. Use selected leisure marketing c

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    2 nd Semester (SPRING) Accounting E

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    Applied Computer Technologies (ACT)

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    we may proceed! We will start with

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    Literature Required text: Scripts:

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    Additional Sources for Individual S

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    Italian Exercise II Semester Hours

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    Both branches of law, public and pr

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    Course Description Soft skills beat

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    Final test (oral) Teaching Methods

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    Evaluation Homework Midterm Test Fi

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    Teaching Methods The course will be

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Chinese III Se

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    � can explain a position regardin

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    � deal with everyday life situati

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    � Johnson, Robert, Kuby, Patricia

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    Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv

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    QUO, ECOS, CAMBIO 16, El TIEMPO Eva

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    � Describe trends in the travel i

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    Course Description � Budget contr

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    � can name and describe the funda

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    Cokins, G. (2004). Performance Mana

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    5 th Semester (FALL) Bachelor Semin

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    They will also produce at home a va

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    Es werden Präsentationen und versc

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    Literature Martínez, L.; Sabater,

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    To create the information structure

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    � reflect on project content, pro

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    entertainment complex. Feedback to

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    Prerequisites / Level None Course D

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    of the course and students are expe

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    Literature 1. Sylvia Allen, 'How to

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    Literature ZHAO Jinming et al.: Lu.

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    Course Description The German in us

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    Course Description The course ―L

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    � Continuous speaking: the studen

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    � prepare financial statements ne

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    TOURISM & LEISURE MANAGEMENT - Mast

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    Course Description � Congress man

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    Course Description � Definitions

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    Literature � Hospitality Industry

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    2 nd Semester (SPRING) Service Desi

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    � McCabe, S. (2009): Marketing Co

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    � Sigala, M. & Leslie D. (2006):

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    Spanish II Semester Hours per week

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    4 th Semester (SPRING) Sustainable

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    � Trompenaars, F., Hampden-Turner

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    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & E-BUSINES

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    Lehrmethoden Die Lehrveranstaltung

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    Profilingtechniken effizient zu nut

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    Unterrichtseinheit, sowie die Prüf

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    � skim texts to get an overall id

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    Kennenlernen von SPSS (Frontal und

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    Course Description The parts of the

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    Relationale Datenbanken Semester Wo

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    Lehrmethoden Die einzelnen Themen w

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    � ein betriebswirtschaftliches Th

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    Kodex Arbeitsrecht/Verlag LINDE Int

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Retail Managem

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    � Grundlagen und Ziele des Finanz

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    Bewertungsmethoden (1) Erarbeitung

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    Empfohlene Literatur Braun: Rhetori

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    � a confidence in their personal

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    Assessment Case studies and present

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    � Zu jedem Themenblock werden ver

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    5 th Semester (FALL) Controlling Se

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    Mit- und Zusammenarbeit. Es soll ge

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    Inhalt der Lehrveranstaltung � St

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    Lehrmethoden Die Inhalte der Lehrve

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    6 th Semester (SPRING) Content Mana

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    IT-Security Semester Wochenstunden

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte Die Lehrv

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    Bewertungsmethoden Prüfung, Liquid

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    Zielsetzung / Lernziele der Lehrver

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    Fachbereich Forschung (ANFO) Qualit

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    2 nd Semester (SPRING) NACHHALTIGE

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    Business Intelligence Semester Woch

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) APPLIED RESEAR

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte Bilanzpol

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    HEALTH MANAGEMENT - Bachelor Progra

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    Produktion und Dienstleistungsprodu

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    einzelnen Aufgabenbereichen setzen.

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    Einführung in die Rechtsgrundsätz

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    Literaturrecherche, Literaturbewert

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    2 nd Semester (SPRING) Allgemeine V

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    Empfohlene Literatur Bogensberger,

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    Arbeits- und Sozialrecht Semester W

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    Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten II Seme

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte Grundlage

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte � Grund

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    � Investitionen und Investitionsp

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    Die Studierenden verfügen über Ba

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    Erforderliche Vorkenntnisse Keine L

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    4 th Semester (SPRING) PTS - Berufs

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    5 th Semester (FALL) Bachelorsemina

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    Empfohlene Literatur Wird als Downl

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte � Konfl

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    Zielsetzung / Lernziele der Lehrver

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    Bewertungsmethoden Semesterprüfung

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    Zielsetzung / Lernziele der Lehrver

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    MIDWIFERY - Bachelor Programme 1 st

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte Partiale

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    Partiale 3 Ziel ist die Vermittlung

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    Physiologie der praepartalen Phase

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    2 nd Semester (SPRING) Berufsprakti

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    Empfohlene Literatur Beck-Bornholdt

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    Administrative Aufgaben und Meldepf

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    Partiale 2 : Die Anatomie der weibl

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Berufspraktiku

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    Pathologie in der Geburtshilfe - me

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    Mutter und Kind / Rechtsgrundlagen

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    Lehrmethoden Inhalte sowie sprachli

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    Empfohlene Literatur keine Lehrmeth

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    Sie können aufgrund dieser erworbe

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    � Kenntnisse über die unterschie

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    Partiale 3 Präsentation - mündlic

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    Empfohlene Literatur Cluett, Elisab

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    5 th Semester (Fall) Pädiatrie Sem

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    von Konzepte der primären und seku

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    Lehrmethoden Vorträge und Diskussi

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    transferieren die Studierenden ihre

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    Lösungen abzuleiten und umzusetzen

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    Lage, die freiberufliche Berufsaus

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    Lehrmethoden Wissensvermittlung dur

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    Fallstudien - Geburtenbereich Semes

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    Lehrmethoden Handlungsorientiertes

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    Bewertungsmethoden 20% Kleingruppen

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    Rohen Anatomie des Menschen; Rohen,

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    Diskussion. Einsatz von Medien wie

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    � Leiden � Tod � Todeszeichen

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    Bewertungsmethoden Teilprüfung der

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    � Lahninger, Paul: „Reise zur L

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    Empfohlene Literatur De Poy, E. & G

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    Klinische Neurologie und Neuropsych

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    Unawareness, Planen/Problemlösen,

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    Portfolio ab (Inhalt ergotherapeuti

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    Ergotherapie in der Orthopädie I S

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    - kennt die relevantesten Krankheit

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    Bewertungsmethoden Während des Sem

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    � Curtin, M. & Fossey, E. (2007).

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    - kennt die Prognose für die Ergot

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    Lehrveranstaltungsinhalte Kriterien

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    Behandlungstechniken fließen im Ra

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    Kubny-Lüke, B. (Hrsg.) (2009). Erg

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    4 th Semester (SPRING) Berufsprakti

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    Supervision I Semester Wochenstunde

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    - kennt biomechanische, motorische,

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    � Gesundheitsförderung und Präv

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    Community Based Rehabilitation/Serv

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    � Fokussierte Auseinandersetzung

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    MARKETING AND SALES - Master Progra

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    Evaluation Exam Consumer Behaviour

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    • Identify potential PR threats

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    Teaching Methods Lectures are based

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    Literature Harvard Business School

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    2 st Semester (SPRING) Integrated M

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    Prerequisites/Level Marketing Plann

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    � Integration and implementation

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    Partner Analysis, Individual and Gr

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    Literature Lewicki, R. J., Barry, B

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Applied Resear

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    Prerequisites/Level Business Partne

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    � components of the marketing bud

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    Literature Duxbury, R. (2009). Nuts

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    Franceschini, F., Maisano, D. & Gal

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    MEDICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOL

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    Teaching Methods Most of the lectur

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    Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv

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    The main objective of the microbiol

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    Teaching Methods Laboratory Evaluat

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    Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv

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    Teaching Methods Laboratory Evaluat

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Biochemistry L

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    and create a strategy to solve a gi

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    Teaching Methods Laboratory Evaluat

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    Learning Outcomes / Course Objectiv

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    4 th Semester (SPRING) Biochemical

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    Evaluation In-class participation D

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    Evaluation Study Report GLP/GMP Sem

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    Prerequisites / Level None Course D

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    6 th Semester (SPRING) Bachelor the

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    Evaluation In-class participation P

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    MEDICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOL

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    cover user requirements, equipment

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    Recombinant protein production and

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    Furthermore the students will have

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    Learning Outcomes/ Course Objective

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    Developmental biology and new thera

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    Prerequisites/ Level Advanced Cours

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    Course Description Molecular drug t

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    3 rd Semester (FALL) Diploma thesis

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    Course Description This lecture dea

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    � Monitoring � Quality � Frau

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    Course Description In this Lecture

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