Qualification goals of the B.Sc. in International Information Systems Management

Upon completion of their studies, students have achieved the following qualification goals.


  • can independently analyse problems of international information system management using scientific methods, derive solutions, control and check their implementation and didactically prepare and present the results obtained.
  • have demonstrated within the scope of exercises, projects, seminars as well as an internship or study abroad that they have mastered selected methods and procedures of international information system management and can also apply them appropriately in a familiar, interdisciplinary and international application context.
  • have shown in the course of their final thesis that they are able to independently design a research project by applying the acquired knowledge to a given research question using scientific methods.
  • are trained in a logical-analytical, systemic approach that enables them to investigate new types of problems in international information systems management and to derive or further develop solutions.
  • are qualified for research-oriented work in a Master's programme in International Information Systems Management.
  • have developed a possible professional self-image and can meet the respective practical requirements.
  • are trained to approach problems in the field of international information systems management both individually and in teams.
  • have made decisions within the framework of exercises and projects, distributed tasks and assumed responsibility for themselves or their task in the group.
  • are able to acquire extensive specialist knowledge both under supervision and independently. In particular, they have the ability for continuous further education, as required by the dynamic development of the subject International Information Systems Management.
  • are able to critically reflect on technical and non-technical effects of the use of information systems. This enables them to responsibly shape the digital transformation of the economy and society.