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Fall 2022  ›  Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration  ›  1st Semester  ›  Mathematics

Mathematics II, Group D 1

Course Code:
Dr. Clemens Buchen
Course Type:
BSc Course
Week Hours:
Fall 2022
(Please note that exchange students obtain a higher number of credits in the BSc-program at WHU than listed here. For further information please contact directly the International Relations Office.)
  • Constrained optimization techniques (Lagrange)
  • Basics of Linear Algebra (Matrices, Determinants, Inverses, Vector algebra)
Wednesday, 02/11/2022
11:30 AM till 03:15 PM
Tuesday, 08/11/2022
11:30 AM till 03:15 PM
Tuesday, 15/11/2022
11:30 AM till 03:15 PM
Tuesday, 22/11/2022
11:30 AM till 03:15 PM
Wednesday, 30/11/2022
11:30 AM till 03:15 PM
Wednesday, 07/12/2022
11:30 AM till 03:15 PM
Students will be able to solve selected problems in economics and management with the help of mathematics. They will also master the mathematical basics for further courses.
Sydsæter, K., Hammond, P., Strom, A., Carvajal, A.,Knut Sydsaeter, Peter Hammond: Essential Mathematics for Economic Analysis, 5th revised edition, Prentice Hall, 2016.
The course is held as a lecture. In addition, problem sets will be provided in order to provide application and training. In addition, digital content is provided, which helps to further the understanding of different topics and shows additional application.
Mathematics I