Details of programme

CHE Ranking 2017/2018

TOP PLACES

In the Germany-wide CHE Ranking of 2017/2018 the two bachelor programmes offered by the Faculty of Business Information Systems, Business Information Systems (WIB) and Business Networking (WNB) were given top rankings (green) in all of the following categories:

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What can you expect on the Business Information Systems programme?

Business Information Systems is an interdisciplinary programme combining various aspects of business, organization, psychology and IT. The programme is human-oriented with analytical, planning, technical and communicative skills all playing an important role.

The aim of Business Information Systems is to solve business and administrative problems in companies and organizations efficiently through the use of modern information and communications systems. Because these are used in every aspect of modern business, business information systems play an important role in helping companies to prepare themselves for the future and are central to competitive strategy planning.

Our 4 areas of focus plus other electives allow you to customize your course, enabling you to assemble a portfolio of specialist skills to prepare yourself for your future career in one of many diverse and exciting career pathways.

Programme content

We have been offering the Business Information Systems programme for over 40 years - and during this time it has been constantly developed further. The programme offers a successful mix of business, computer science and soft skills. As Business Information Systems is becoming ever more international in outlook, some courses are also taught in English (part of the Business Communication course which also includes soft skills). Business areas such as innovation management and business finance planning are also part of the curriculum.

The two large projects in the 6th semester are an important part of the programme. Teams of students apply their theorical know-how to the solution of a related, large-scale realistic problem, partially in cooperation with companies.