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In our information society, the role of efficient processing and management of information is becoming increasingly important. Requirements on the job market change accordingly. The interface between Information Technology, Telecommunications, Consumer Electronics and Media Industry culminates to create completely new job descriptions.
This is where the interdisciplinary Information Engineerung and Management programme comes in: Introduced in the winter term 1997/98 as a diploma programme at the former University of Karlsruhe, it deals with the interdependency of technology and economy. It offers a solid academic grounding in key technical, economic and legal subjects. The relatively new programme also enables quick career entries for students. The combination of three specialist fields gives access to a broad spectrum of possible careers.
Information Engineers and Managers organise the efficient use of the asset information. They analyse and manage the information flow in companies and develop and assess complex information systems enabling efficient and effective user interaction.
Information Engineers and Managers work on an interdisciplinary basis. The main focus is on the economic management of information: students on the Information Engineering and Management programme learn to think in a cross-referencing way and view problems from various different perspectives. They implement methods, theories and tools from the fields of Information Technology, Economics and Law.