Master of Science
none | individual acceptance
April 1 or October 1
Bachelor's degree in a similar field
Business Information Systems Engineering deals with digitalisation in business, administration and society. The aim is to provide people, companies and public authorities in fulfilling their tasks in the best possible way through the use of information systems.
The Master's programme in Business Information Systems Engineering builds on a Bachelor's programme in Business Information Systems Engineering or an equivalent qualification and aims to deepen and broaden knowledge already acquired in the fields of Business Information Engineering, Economics, Law and Computer Science. In addition, students are given the opportunity to distinguish themselves in special fields of Business Information Systems Engineering, such as data science, industry 4.0, IT consulting, IT security or knowledge management.
Graduates can use their knowledge, skills and practical abilities to actively and purposefully shape the digitalisation of our living and working environments. They should be able to develop, introduce and use modern information systems on their own responsibility as well as in interdisciplinary cooperation with specialists from other disciplines and to adapt them to changing requirements. The degree programme also enables graduates to take on management functions in companies or public authorities.
Business Information Systems Engineering compulsory area (including the modules: Business Knowledge Management, Quantitative Business Planning, IT Service and IT Innovation Management, Simulation)
Business Information Systems Engineering elective area with fields of specialisation (including e. g. the modules: Management Consulting, Data Analysis and Data Mining, Information Management, Data Science for Industrial Applications, IT Security Management, Industry 4.0)
Economics and Law elective area (including e. g. the modules: Business-to-Business Marketing, Supply Chain and Closed Loop Management, Business Ethics and Sustainability Management, Media Law, Innovation Economics, Media Economics).
Computer Science elective area (including e. g. the modules: Deep Learning, Data Science: Methods and Techniques, Model-Driven Software Development, Distributed Data Management, Security Engineering).