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Lecture | Information Systems

Selected Chapters in Information Systems

Summary

An actual or classical topic extending to the “Methods” or to the “Domains” of Information Systems or being located in the border areas of Information Systems and Computer Science/Mathematics/Business Administration. This Module integrates lectures which are offered only once or at irregular intervals, e.g., by guest lecturers or by other lecturers who are members of the institute only for a limited time. Contents of the lecture are announced in the (electronic) university calendar and are usually introduced during the seminar-presentation which takes place in the preceding term.

Learning outcomes

The students gain deepened insight into a special topic of Information Systems. They can apply techniques associated with the topic to specific problem settings. Soft skills: The students learn to work with specific scientific literature.
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