The E-Commerce programme combines fundamentals of computer science and business administration in relation to the requirements of digital commerce.
A module is made up of different complementary courses - such as lectures, projects, and seminars.
Particular emphasis is placed on application-oriented, practical and interdisciplinary studies, which allows students to gain knowledge and practical experience during projects and case studies as well as in research and development tasks.
Two elective tracks are offered in the E-Commerce programme: A track with a focus on computer science and a track with a focus on business.
The computer science track will educate students in programming skills and thereby their ability to mathematical algorithms analysis. Students will also gain essential business skills. In business track, students learn the fundamentals of business administration and economics as well as first insights into programming. Both disciplines also convey specific E-Commerce knowledge such as online marketing and web analytics. Students will be able to assess the added value of IT solutions and have the tools for successful project management in software engineering.
- Practical and interdisciplinary studies
- Seminars and projects
|Schedule||Part-time and full-time|
|Presence of students||On-campus|
|Enrollment capacity per term||50|