BFC-B-06: Startup and SME Business Planning - The Business Plan as a Planning Tool

Summer Term 2024

Course Description

The module provides an overview on entrepreneurship. Focus is to create your own business plan in the course of the semester. The business plan and in particular the enclosed financial planning serve as a decision-tool. The plan needs to show the planned economic development and thus the sustainability of the project. The module covers the following aspects:

• Executive Summary
• Benefits and value proposition
• Market & competitive analysis
• Marketing & sales
• Business model
• Opportunities & risks
• Implementation timetable
• The entrepreneurial team
• Financial planning and corporate financing

Course and exam language: German

The Module in the Study Program

  • Module: BFC-B-06
  • Course level: Bachelor
  • Recommended semester: 3-6
  • ECTS-Credits: 6
  • For information on the status of the course in the study program please refer to the website of the examining board ("Prüfungsausschuss")

Bibliography & Course Material

The corresponding bibliography and further information on the course can be found in the course catalogue ("Modulhandbuch") available for download through

Course material as well as information on organisational details of the course will be provided on the Virtual Campus. The access code will be communicated in the course of the first lecture and may be requested by e-mail to bwl-bfc(at)

Registration & Scheduling

Registration and deregistration for the exam ("Prüfung") is possible under "BFC-B-06: Businessplanerstellung - Der Businessplan als Planungstool für Startups und KMU" through FlexNow!.

Please note that the number of exam participants is limited. The decision about admission/rejection will be communicated after the expiration of the registration deadline.

In the case of any registration problems, please contact bwl-bfc(at)

For information on deadlines, please refer to FlexNow!, UnivIS, and the Virtual Campus (after the start of the course).


BFC-B-06: Businessplanerstellung - Der Businessplan als Planungstool für Startups und KMU
Markus Wolf