The learning objectives include:
- Theoretical and practice-oriented skills of the most important notations and approaches for the information systems modeling
- Development of data, process, organizational and object oriented models (e.g. ERM, EPK, UML). Students acquire skills to analyse structural aspects of business situations and transform them into information models using modelling notations, as it is necessary in e.g. requirements engineering for new information systems and introduction of standard software.
- With the help of information architecture frameworks (ARIS), students learn how to use information models in computer science projects in a meaningful way and how to design procedure models. Regarding different levels of abstraction gives an impression of structures, strengths and limitations of notations and procedure models (meta modelling). Students are able to acquire organizational know-how and apply it in the design of business information systems.
|Presence of students||On-campus and on-line|