Empirical Organizational Research (11974)


True to the motto "learning by doing", the course focuses on the own research project. The students choose their own research questions and conduct an empirical investigation on their own. The work is carried out in self-directed learning groups with intensive tutoring. Scientific work and, above all, critical analysis of figures and statistics is trained. Thus, the module is the optimal preparation for the master thesis. 

Learning goals: 

ContentCritical thinkingCommunicationSocial and ethical behaviour Quantitative researchResearch based problem solving Type of lecture (compulsory or elective)

Exam und Credits:

  • MCA
    • Intermediate examination: lecture with presentation, 10 min. (30%)
    • Final examination: Lecture with poster presentation and subsequent discussion of the presentation, 30 min. (70%)
  • Credits: 6


every winter term


The module can be counted as equivalent to module 38428.

Link to syllabus: 

Further information can be found in the current module description.  

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