Structure and Curriculum
The bachelor’s degree programme in Information Systems is divided into two main segments: foundational and specialization studies.
In specialization studies, students focus on acquiring and developing knowledge and skills pertaining to one of two possible module groups.
A1: Foundations of Information Systems
In the courses pertaining to the A1 module group, students receive knowledge and skills training in the core areas of Information Systems. Students become acquainted with business-related information and application systems, and deal with information and knowledge management. Furthermore, students learn the basics of international IT project management and the modelling of business information systems.
A2: Foundations of Computer Science
In the A2 module group, foundational knowledge pertaining to theoretical and practical computer science is presented. In particular, students learn concepts of database management, algorithms, programming and operating systems.
A3: Foundations of Business Administration and Management | Economics | Law
In the form of both compulsory and elective courses, the A3 module group addresses the foundations of business administration and management, and complements these with a selection of topics from the subject areas of economics and law.
A4: Foundations of Quantitative Methods
The A4 module group serves to introduce essential quantitative methods in Information Systems studies. The module group includes courses in mathematics and statistics.
A5: Contextual Studies
A main focus area of contextual studies in the A5 module group is the acquisition of foreign language skills. Additional modules in academic research methods general key skills are also offered.
A6: Seminar and Project
The A6 module group comprises one seminar in which specific topics pertaining to the subject areas of the module groups A1-A4 are presented and discussed. In addition, students have to complete an information systems project. In this course, theoretical concepts are applied on real world problems in the information systems domain.
A7: Bachelor’s Thesis
The A7 module group serves as the framework for independent work on a topic from either the Information Systems subject group, or on information-systems-relevant topics from the Computer Science, Applied Computer Science, and Business Administration and Management groups.
B: Specialization Studies
Students select one of two focus area alternatives:
B1: Advanced Studies
The B1 alternative is geared towards the expansion of specialized knowledge of a particular subject field via the completion of additional modules selected from among those of the bachelor’s programmes in Information Systems with a focus on information systems, applied informatics, and economics. Within the scope of structured foreign studies degree credits can be earned at a foreign university.
B2: Specialization Studies in Business and Human Resource Education
The B2 specialization alternative affords students the opportunity to expand their proficiency in knowledge transfer or, for example, to contribute to the development of e-learning modules.