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Institute of Computer Science

Bottrop, NRW, Germany
Information Systems

Summary

HRW is a new state-run university of applied sciences committed to high-quality teaching and research. It is based in the cities of Bottrop and Mülheim an der Ruhr. The main emphases are on the areas of computer science, engineering sciences, mathematics, natural sciences and economy.

Since September 2009, HRW has offered degree programmes in Mechanical Engineering (Mülheim an der Ruhr) and Industrial Engineering–Energy Systems (Bottrop). HRW offers additional degree programmes in the following fields:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Business Administration - International Trade Management & Logistics 
  • Mechatronics
  • Human-Machine-Interaction
  • Business Informatics and
  • Master Programm Business Administration.

 Useful information:

  • HRW has close links with companies in various industries in the region. During their studies, students can establish contacts with potential employers, work in local companies, gain practical experience, and write their final thesis based on their work placements. 
  • In future, dual study programmes will be offered in conjunction with local business and industry tailored to the needs of both the companies and the students. 
  • As a new state-run university of applied sciences, HRW does not charge tuition fees.

Study in the heart of the Ruhr region!

Bachelor Programs

Business Informatics at HRW includes the basics in informatics and databases, software technology and programming languages, IT project management, business process management / modelling and service management, as well as networks and data integrity. Students gain insights into general business administration, as well as business financing, law, production, logistics and marketing. Also part of the curriculum are the key job qualifications of rhetoric, presentation techniques, company management and human resources management.

Focus areas are Global Information and Knowledge Management, IT Entrpreneurship and E-Health

Master Programs

The Master programme intensifies the curricula of various informatics Bachelor courses of studies and is scientifically developed. Collaboration in current research questions and projects – integrated into the study groups of the Institute's scientists – is an essential element. The three-semester course of studies offers extended theoretical content for various fields of informatics. Here it is a question of conveying special knowledge: Applied informatics, energy informatics, automotive informatics, human/technology interaction, neuroinformatics and business information systems are the planned key aspects. This is an interdisciplinary course of studies, since linked with informatics is application, energy, mechanical engineering, safety and economics. HRW Master students are taught by experts in their specialities and work with them on application-oriented and innovative solutions for the wide field of informatics – with a very good mentoring relationship between the teaching staff and students.

 

 

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Research and Teaching in Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik), in particular Global Information Systems for knowledge intensive processes. Specializing in Process Management, Knowledge Management and E-Learning in the global context.

Specialties: Research led projects in the global context. State of the art research in global teamwork and ICT support for globally distrubted organisations.

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Research and Teaching in Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik), in particular Global Information Systems for knowledge intensive processes. Specializing in Process Management, Knowledge Management and E-Learning in the global context.

Specialties: Research led projects in the global context. State of the art research in global teamwork and ICT support for globally distrubted organisations.

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