Business IT (BSc)

At a glance

Study programme
Business IT (BSc)
Department
Applied Computer Science
Degree
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Type of programme
Campus-based programme
Standard Duration
6 semesters
Start of study programme
Winter semester
Admission Restriction
The programme has unrestricted admission.
Admission Requirements
University entrance qualification
Language of instructions
German
Language Requirements
For international students: DSH 2 level German language skills by the day of enrolment. At the time of application, a lower level is sufficient. Applications up to 30 April: B 1 or equivalent; applications from 1 May: DSH 1 or B 2 or equivalent

What Is This Programme About?

Business IT helps companies to structure their internal and external information and communication flows. As a classic cross-disciplinary subject, Business IT uses content and methods from business administration and computer science as well as from the social sciences and telecommunications engineering. Business IT specialists work at the interfaces between specialist departments and must be able to think in interdisciplinary terms.

Why Choose This Programme?

Anyone wanting to study Business IT should both enjoy logical reasoning and be interested in business processes. They should also have a capacity for teamwork, communication and social skills, as almost all projects are carried out in teams. A good level of English is an advantage for studying the specialist literature, which is often in English. No previous knowledge of computer science/IT is required. All basic principles are taught in the first semesters.

How is the programme structured?

The study programme is organised in six semesters. In addition to delivering expert knowledge and soft skills, the programme attaches particular importance to the practical relevance of taught content. Students acquire sound basic training in the thematic areas of business administration and computer science and have the option to specialise individually. The programme has a strong practical orientation, which is reflected both in the content and form of delivery. Besides lectures, student presentations, group work and practical projects are very much a key part of the programme. Students have access during their studies to current business informatics software.

Where does it lead?

Business IT applications have become indispensable in all sectors of today’s economy. There are few business processes that are not supported by IT. Business informatics specialists plan and develop, implement and maintain corporate information and communications systems. They analyse the business processes and organisational structures in companies and administrations.


Need help?

Subject-related advice

Lisa Wiegand

Study Programme Coordinator

Building 43 , Room 102
Lisa Wiegand+49 661 9640-3044
Consultation hours
Appointments by email and regard course in moodle (eLearning).

General advice

Susan Gamper

Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB)

Head of Central Student Advisory Service (ZSB)

Building 10 (SSC) , Room 211
Susan Gamper+49 661 9640-1430
Consultation hours
Aktuell telefonisch (Mo.-Fr., je 9-15 Uhr) und per E-Mail erreichbar.
Office hours
Mon – Fri

Advice for international students

Britta Simon

Studienbüro

Building 10 , Room 105
Britta Simon+49 661 9640-1453
Consultation hours
Mo: 9 – 11 Uhr Mi: 13.30 – 15.30 Uhr Fr: 09 – 11 Uhr
Office hours
Mo–Do: 9 – 12 Uhr, 14 - 15.30 Uhr Fr: 8:30 – 12 Uhr