Business deals with the use of limited resources and goods at companies as well as in the economy as a whole. It explains the economic behaviour of individuals, enterprises and economies under various conditions and analyses interactions, for example between producers (companies) and consumers (households) or between government bodies and stakeholders. Services are intangible goods that emerge if a person or company performs a payment-based activity for another individual or business.
Bachelor's study programmes
Bachelor's degree Business Administration
Study business administration – the broad basic training you receive will enable you to master topics including digitalisation, management functions, personnel, marketing, accounting, banking and corporate governance. You will develop your own ideas and concepts that you apply during projects of real companies.
Bachelor's degree Digital Business Management
The bachelor’s degree programme in Digital Business Management covers the design, implementation and coordination of digital projects – from online marketing to websites and mobile apps. You learn how to work with innovations and technologies and how they can be used in companies and start-ups.
Bachelor's degree Digital Supply Chain Management
In addition to sound training in business administration, the part-time Digital Supply Chain Management study programme provides you with an in-depth insight into the basics of supply chain management with modules such as Value Networks, Logistics and Transport Systems.
Bachelor's degree Information Science
In the bachelor’s degree programme in Information Science, you will learn more about information research, human computer interaction, information management as well as media and social science. Information Science forms the interfaces between information and people and is becoming ever more important in our everyday working lives.
Bachelor's degree Sport Management
Learn the entire spectrum of sport management in the bachelor’s degree programme in Sport Management at University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons – with topics such as sport marketing and media, sport financing, sport economics, sport science, sport law, strategic management in sport, HR and leadership in sport as well as event management.