Qualification goals of the B.Sc. Information Systems
The following qualification goals are achieved through the bachelor's degree in information systems:
- Graduates can independently analyze problems in information systems using scientific methods, derive solutions, control and check their implementation, and didactically prepare and present the results achieved.
- Graduates have demonstrated in exercises, projects, seminars and in the course of a professional profile formation that they master selected methods and processes of information systems and can also use them appropriately in a familiar, interdisciplinary application context.
- As part of their thesis, graduates have shown that they can design a research project independently by applying the specialist knowledge they have learned to a given research question using scientific methods.
- Graduates are trained in a logical-analytical, systemic approach that enables them to investigate new problems in information systems and to derive and develop solutions.
- Graduates are qualified for research-oriented work in a master’s course in information systems.
- Graduates have developed a professional self-image and can meet the respective practical requirements.
- Graduates are trained to look at problems in the field of business information systems both alone and in a team.
- Graduates made decisions in exercises and projects, assigned tasks and assumed responsibility for themselves or their tasks in the group.
- Graduates can acquire extensive specialist knowledge both under supervision and independently. They have the ability for continuous further education, as required by the dynamic development of the information systems course.
- Graduates can critically reflect on the technical and non-technical effects of using information systems. This enables you to responsibly shape the digital transformation of the economy and society.