Generally:The predominantly English-language, interdisciplinary two-year master's program “Transformation Management in Digital Societies | By imparting methods, theories and practical research, DS “will enable students to understand, anticipate and accompany the digital transformation in business, society, politics and culture across sectors. The students are trained to become socially, ethically and technologically sensitive “change makers”.
The innovative master’s program Transformation Management in Digital Societies | DS attaches great importance to a holistic understanding of high-tech change. To this end, it relies on a dialogue between the “liberal arts” and technological and future sciences. In particular, theoretical-cultural-analytical and philosophical-theoretical skills are to be developed.
Enrolment:The ZU offers the start of studies in September (fall semester). The master’s courses last four semesters.Structure and content:Career prospects:
The focus of this master’s degree - future technological and social developments, digital ethics, digital business model development and political action in a digital society - prepare specifically for the upcoming demands from politics and business.
In an inspiring university environment, students at Zeppelin University have the space and time to individually incorporate personal talents, skills and passions into their studies and to develop them further.
The interdisciplinary DS master’s program is aimed at graduates with a bachelor’s degree, for example, in political and administrative sciences, economics, sociology, communication studies, cultural studies and philosophy.
In addition to internships and topic-specific research projects, the career network of the Zeppelin University gives students the chance to get to know new professional profiles with a large number of practical partners at international, national and local level.
The master’s degree gives students the opportunity to expand their own career network and, with a further step in their academic career, to closely link research and practice.