The Information Systems bachelor’s program focuses on the communication and computing infrastructures of industrial companies and public organizations. Information Systems students study information systems management, business processes and models, computer systems, planning and decision-making, and knowledge management. Graduates of this program are able to combine information technology with management concepts in a business environment and are qualified to enter a wide variety of careers in industry.
- Focus on information technology
- Top rated in rankings by Wirtschaftswoche, Junge Karriere, and Handelsblatt
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Information Management Models and Concepts: - Management of Information Demand and Supply - Management of Information Systems (data, processes, application life cycle) - Management of Information and Communication Technology (Storage, Communication, Processing, Administration, Adoption of ICT) - Organising and leading Information Management (IM Organisation, CIO, Sourcing, IM and Strategy) - The role of Information Management in companies
The examination consists of a written exam. The written exam shall verify that the students understand and are able to apply the principles and modelling methods of information systems. The principles of information systems (paradigms and areas of information systems, definitions, classification of information systems among other disciplines, information systems and their benefits) are supposed to be answered through questions which partly call upon own wording. The modelling methods of information systems will be presented by recording information systems and by constructing modelling methods (process and data models). Furthermore, the students shall be able to remember insights from the exercises, and answer questions regarding the exercises.