Information Systems

The Bachelor’s degree course in Information Systems deals with economics as well as core topics of Information Systems, thereby enabling graduates to assess and organise the proper use of information technology in companies and administrative bodies. The course leads to career-related qualifications. Thus, for instance, graduates of the course will find employment in management consultancies which help their business clients to use information technology to organise operational processes. The acquisition of soft skills (e.g. presentational techniques and technical English) has been integrated into the individual modules. The solution of practical problems in small groups is practised in an intensive project seminar.

Further information about degree courses in Information Systems can be found here.