The seminar participants write a seminar paper of 9-11 pages individually or 15-17 pages in groups of two. They then present and defend the results of their work. The knowledge from regular courses is to be applied and deepened or new knowledge on general business administration is to be acquired.
A given objective is worked on scientifically, problem-related and independently for the first time. The experience gained should prepare the students for the Bachelor thesis. The presentation and discussion of the results serve to improve presentation and discussion skills and should thus prepare the students for similar situations in business practice.
For further information (especially on the design of seminar papers), please refer to the guidelines for writing scientific papers at the Department of Sustainable Production Management and Logistics in the Moodle course of your proseminar.