Prof. Dr. Gerd Schulte
(born 1957) achieved his Master degree in Economics
(Dipl.-Volksw., 1986) in Hamburg and Business Administration
(Dipl.-Kfm., 1983) in Osnabrück.
In 1983 he was a
Scientific Assistant, focused on Science and Research of
European Business Studies in Osnabrück.
From 1986 to 1990
practical occupation with the Ministry of Economic Affairs in
Hamburg. There he was responsible for the creation and support of
computer-aided controlling systems for FHG (Airport Management Company) and HMC (Exebitions
and Conventions). Further tasks:
Development of a computer-aided capital investment system,
installation of cost
accounting (SAP) (1987-1990).
After three years of
practical experience he became a lecturer in Business Data Processing and
Economics at the University of Applied Sciences FH
Ostfriesland, Emden (1990). Lectures: Project Management,
Network Planning Technique, Planning Game LUDUS, Production Planning
In 1993 he finished his
Doctorate (Dr. rer. pol.) in Economics at Hamburg University.
Thesis: Controlling of state-owned enterprises and public
From 1993 until 1995 he
was a fulltime Professor in Accounting at the University of Applied
Sciences, Harz (Wernigerode). For this University Prof. Schulte
and two of his colleagues built up the Economic Faculty. Lectures:
Accounting, Cost Accounting, Controlling and Finance.
In 1996 he returned
to the University of Applied Sciences FH Ostfriesland, Emden, as
a Professor of Controlling and Finance.
From 2000 until 2002 he
headed as first dean the Faculty Business Administration at the
new established University of Applied Sciences FH Oldenburg,
Ostfriesland, Wilhelmshaven (FHOOW). Since 2002 he continues his
teaching as a C3 Professor at the FHOOW. His teaching
activities concentrate on Controlling,
Logistics, Project Management, Procurement. The research
activities of Prof. Schulte are focussed on Project Controlling
and Supply Chain Controlling.
Furthermore his achivements include lectures at two Universities
of Cooperative Education
(1991-2006). In 2002 he organized the German Deans Conference in
Emden. As an advisor, Prof. Schulte has sofar overseen more than 200 theses. Most
of them were developed in connection with big international
companies like DaimlerChrysler, Volkswagen, Ecolab, Bentley
Motors, Airbus and BASF.