International IT Business (B.Sc.)
The standard period of study for the Bachelor in Business Information Systems is seven semesters. The study program is divided into two semesters of basic studies and five semesters of advanced studies. An internship is scheduled in the fifth semester. In addition to the compulsory lectures, for the advanced studies there is the opportunity to specialize through various elective courses.
In the International IT Business degree program, both the operational and information technology challenges of a global economy are taken into account in the curriculum. With the ability to decisively shape solutions for companies in interdisciplinary teams, you will unite many competencies in one person. We teach the necessary technical and interdisciplinary skills through a balanced mix of courses from the fields of computer science, business informatics, economics and mathematics, as well as social and personal skills. We follow the recommended standards of associations and commissions, such as the Gesellschaft für Informatik (German Informatics Society).
The module handbook provides a detailed description of the individual course contents covered during the seven semesters.
|First semester - basic studies|
|Introduction to Business Information Systems|
|General Business Administration|
|Economics and Law|
|Second semester - basic studies|
|Databases and Information Systems|
|Designing Information Systems|
|Third semester - advanced studies|
|Security and Networks|
|Operations Research / Logistics|
|Statistics / Business Intelligence|
|User Centered Design|
|Fourth semester - advanced studies|
|International Strategic Management|
|Elective International IT Business|
|Automation of Business Processes|
|Integrated Business Systems|
|Social and Personal Competence|
|Fifth semester - advanced studies|
|Sixth semester - advanced studies|
|International Business Networks|
|Seventh semester - advanced studies|
|Elective Computer Science|
|Enterprise Social Media|
The project "Erfolgreich Starten" (successful start) offers the possibility to split the courses of the first semester. This means that you can spread the courses of the first semester over two semesters, and are offered, at the same time, additional supporting courses and exercises.
The courses are mainly taught in German language, individual lectures are held in English as language of instruction.
At the university's own Foreign Language Institute all students can deepen their own language skills in lessons with native speakers.