Information and communication systems regulate the processes of every company and have already changed the economy considerably. As a consequence, more and more experts are needed in order to efficiently and effectively realize the new possibilities of progressive mechanization. In the course of studies Business Informatics you will gain comprehensive knowledge in the fields of applied computer science, business administration and mathematics. With your know-how, you will learn how to solve and optimize business management problems with the help of computer-aided programs and systems.
Your studies in business informatics will give you a broad spectrum of qualifications. If you see your talent more in IT, you could work as an ERP manager, for example. In this profession, you plan corporate resources – the efficient use of capital, personnel and resources – and are responsible, among other things, for the implementation, support and further development of ERP systems used for controlling, marketing and personnel management.
However, if you see your special skills more in the area of business administration or management, you could also take off as an IT project manager, for example. In this position, you will be responsible for all steps of IT projects, from setting goals to market-ready results and the pre– or introduction of software or hardware. You take care of the adherence to the time schedule and are therefore in constant communication and consultation with the developers as well as the clients and customers.
You have a structured process, which is determined by a regular alternation between lectures and practical work. On two fixed days a week you go to university for your studies, on the other three days you go to work in the company. This gives you the opportunity to work continuously on projects and not be away from the company for three months, as is the case with other dual courses of study.
At the University of Applied Sciences you will encounter information technology learning fields such as concepts of procedural/object/script language oriented programming, IT infrastructure and software engineering. However, you will also get to know economics subjects such as procurement (procurement and logistics), production & marketing, IT and media law and human resources.
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