M.Sc. Information Systems
The objective of the degree programme is critically to evaluate scientific methods and their relevance to problem solving, to advance these respective methods, and to make a contribution to problem solving at an interdisciplinary level. The curriculum is focused on providing students with skills pertaining to managerial and corporate information systems in the realms of economics and administration, and also on conveying knowledge of information systems for the private sector. It is also possible to individualize studies by choosing a specific core area of focus. In addition to developing competence in the fields of Information Systems, Economics and Computer Science, the programme fosters skills in relevant neighbouring and auxiliary disciplines.
The degree programme at a glance
|Final Examination||Master's Examiniation (accompanying the programme)|
|Title||Master of Science (M.Sc.)|
|ECTS-Points||120 | 90|
|Standard Programme Duration||4 | 3 Semesters (after a 6 | 7 semesters bachelor)|
|Programme Start||Possible in both winter and summer semester|
|Type of Studies||Full-time and part-time studies possible|
Accreditation and system accreditation
The master’s degree programme in Information Systems gained accreditation in 2007 (re-accreditation in 2013), meaning that the programme and its curriculum satisfy the accreditation council’s quality criteria.
Currently, the University of Bamberg is in the process of system accreditation. While at the end of 2016 the procedure began formally with the confirmation of the admission requirements, the University is currently close to completion: At the end of February 2018, the University of Bamberg was commited the second time by a group of experts commissioned by the accreditation agency ACQUIN. As a result, the expert group honored the quality management system of the University of Bamberg with a recommendation to award the seal of the Accreditation Council. The official result and any conditions are expected during the summer months. Further information can be found in the QM ServiceNet.