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Information for prospective students of International Business Information Systems (B.Sc.)

Information systems have been playing a central role in economy and administration for a long time

The range of tasks in information system continuously expand due to digitization and networking. Employers expect from graduates of business information systems that they take on tasks which are to be completed in international teams or abroad. In order to meet these demands, Faculty 2 and 3 offer the seven-semester long international bachelor's degree course Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik). We are supported by partner universities in Europe, the U.S. and Asia.

With the academic degree Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) you will attain the qualification to perform and take on demanding tasks in consulting, software development, business process and/or project management. Various fields of work open up for you in the free economy or in public institutions. Profit from a direct start into a career with attractive starting salaries and development chances on a future-oriented job market after graduating from this degree course. You can also choose the continuation of your academic education in form of a master's degree that will also allow you to do your doctorate.

Summary

Program International Business Information Systems
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Terms 7 terms, full-time
ECTS credit points 210
Program start Winter semester
Application deadlines 15.07.
Languages German

This degree course was accredited by the ASIIN e. V. until September 30, 2015.

It was additionally accredited by theZEvA until September 30, 2022.

Course catalogue

Modularization during the studies is a study structure, in which courses such as lectures, exercises, practical internships, excursions, excursions or seminars about certain topics are combined in modules. The structure of a module is determined by the competence, which is to be achieved upon completion of the module.
The module manual entails information on the duration, credits, type of examination, requirements, study results, workload, type of learning, content, literature, and the representative of the module of a degree course. Further information on the modularization and the transfer of credits can be found in the guidelines of the Bund-Länder Commission. The module overview and the study content can be downloaded in form of a PDF.

Modules

Core electives

Here you can find the obligatory modules of the faculty. The abbreviations behind the modules will tell you for which degree courses the modules can be elected.

Admission requirements

The application deadline for the submission of the admission application ends on July 15, for the winter semester.

You must submit an informal, separate application if you would like your application to be considered for the random selection procedure. The application period begins two weeks prior to the start of the lectures of the respective semester and ends on the day of the start of lectures of the respective semester.

Link to the academic calendar.

The degree course is admission restricted. The study spot placement takes place via a local NC procedures.

Additional information can be found here.

Structure of the degree course

Methodologic, linguistic and communication technological key competencies are also taught next to technical foundations (particularly in math, computer science, business administration and law) during the first semesters. During this time, you will also complete an English course, which will prepare you for the participation in English lectures and stays abroad at international partner universities at a later point in time.
Afterwards, you will focus on selected core areas of business information systems, computer science and business administration. At the end of this study phase, you will choose one of the two focus areas 'controlling' or 'customer relations management and privacy'.
You can gather experience in an international environment if you take part in an optional semester abroad at one of our partner universities.
The practice-oriented semester offers you the chance to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in companies within Germany or abroad. First contacts to first employers are usually established during this internship.
The final business information systems project in combination with the bachelor's thesis allows you to work on demanding tasks in accordance with the scientific guidelines at the institution of higher education or within a company.

Dagmar Rühl Secretary Cluster Computer Science
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533-2727
Prof. Dr.
Christian Rich
Studiengangsleitung Engineering Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik) und International Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik)
Building 1, Room 227
Prof. Dr.
Ralf Banning
Studiengangsleitung International Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik B.Sc.) und Vorsitzender des Prüfungsausschusses International Business Information Systems
Building 4, Room 511
Fax : +49 69 1533-63864
Prof. Dr.
Ralf Banning
Studiengangsleitung International Business Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik B.Sc.) und Vorsitzender des Prüfungsausschusses International Business Information Systems
Building 4, Room 511
Fax : +49 69 1533-63864
Dagmar Rühl Sekretariat Cluster Informatik
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533-2727
Markus Raster
Building 1, Room 215
Fax : +49 69 1533 - 2727
Dipl.-Ing. (FH)
Gabriele Krause
Building 1, Room 203
Fax : +49 69 1533-2859

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