Business Information Systems
The cross-cutting function of Business Information Systems qualifies students to work in business and administration and thus ensures they have very good prospects on the employment market. They acquire the skills to analyse organisational structures, business processes and current developments both from a technical and a business standpoint, to apply methods of evaluating IT investments, and to plan and implement IT projects. Their employers include, amongst others, companies in the software, automotive and media industries, as well as IT controlling, financial services and business consultancy firms.
The Bachelor’s programme is composed of the following three pillars: Computer Science and Mathematics; Business Information Systems, Economics and Law. Within these areas, students can choose various specialisations, particularly as part of the Master’s programme.