The Master in Consumer Affairs is structured as a full-time program over the course of 4 semesters, with . It is taught entirely in English, although several German language modules are available. Lectures are held at the Campus Weihenstephan as well as the downtown campus in Munich.
Courses over the first and second semester familiarize students with the theoretical and methodical fundamentals necessary for the remainder of the practice-oriented course program. After completing the first semester, students choose a specialization for their second and third semester. The fourth semester is dedicated to writing the Master’s Thesis.
- Consumers, Technology, and Innovation
- Sustainable Consumption
The program also provides an option for studying abroad. This includes a Double Degree offered in conjunction with the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands.