The Bachelor's programme Information Systems equips graduates with the required
competence and qualifications to take on a career at the interface between business
management and computer science. The ability to assist in commercial information
technology projects serves as a model. The degree delivers the fundamentals for the
business world and a wide spectrum of specialised knowledge. The graduates can
successfully apply scientific expertise and problem-solving concepts. The programme
enables the graduates to develop new fields in commercial information management
and to undertake further training independently.
Information systems graduates deal with the design, development, selection and
application of computer-aided information systems in companies and administrative
They use application-oriented computer science (i.e. knowledge of hardware,
software and methods) in approaching business problems. As computer science is
subject to very rapid technological change, priority is given to delivering
methodological skills, and practical examples are constantly adapted to reflect
The programme equips graduates with the competence and qualifications needed to
undertake tasks in companies at the interface between the specialist (business
administration) and IT (computer science) departments.
- They acquire the fundamental skills required in business practice as well as a
wide array of expertise in the relevant fields of business administration, software
technology, application systems and computer science.
- They are able to apply scientific knowledge and problem-solving concepts
successfully in practice.
- They develop the ability to judge and the competence to critically reflect on
scientific and occupational practice.
- They are able to undertake further training autonomously in order to access new and
prospective areas of computer science independently.
- small student groups
- intensive student and lecturer contact
- strong practical approach
|Presence of students||On-campus|
|Tuition and fees per year||600.00 EUR|