The part-time Master of Digital Transformation Management (MBA) is designed for professionals who wish to continue to work and enhance their careers while pursuing their master's degree.

Interdisciplinary Content

1. Foundation Courses

Get to know fundamental principles and practices to manage business processes in the digitalized world.

2. Concentration Courses
Apply management principles to trends, perspectives and strategic opportunities related to the digital transformation.

3. Specialization Courses
Dig deeply into the challenges and opportunities digitalization offers for your business.

4. Master Thesis
Master Thesis based on a real business project within a digitalization context.

Throughout the program, ethical aspects of the digital transformation and its effects on business decisions are reflected from multiple perspectives.

Part-time Format

The program can be completed within two years – including bi-weekly classes (on Friday afternoons and Saturdays) during semesters 1-3 and the subsequent master thesis in semester 4. In addition to in-class lectures, blended learning elements will be implemented.

I took responsibility as Academic Director for this highly competitive degree program because it offers a strong focus on the fundamental principles driving successful business strategies and processes in the digitalized business future – beyond short-dated buzzwords. The Master of Digital Transformation Management provides the instruments and knowledge for vital and sustainable decisions in the digitalized world.

1:/user_upload/Images/Personen/Holten_neu.jpg Prof. Dr. Roland HoltenFull Professor for Information Systems Engineering, Goethe University Frankfurt and Academic Director, Master of Digital Transformation Management

Accredited MBA Degree

Graduates earn a “Master of Business Administration” (MBA) degree from the AACSB-accredited Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Goethe University Frankfurt.



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