Business Informatics: Curriculum

1. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Applied Statistics (MOD1.3)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Applied Probability and Statistics (AWSbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00
Case Study1 (MOD1.6)
German / iMod
4.00
-
Case Study 1 (FSTbb)
English / ILV, FL
4.00
2.50

Course description

This lecture provides the opportunity to realize teached techniques from relevant courses of the semester during a project.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • create a project vision
  • identify and describe stakeholders
  • create simple work breakdown structures and time tables
  • model simple core processes in a process landscape and describe them in more detail with an eEPC
  • create use Cases out of eEPC digramms

Course contents

  • Team work
  • Structured procedure
  • Learning by doing (errors)
  • Implementation of a dynamic web application

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Online Tutorials
  • case studies
  • presentations

Assessment methods

  • Settlement of project: 10%
  • Business analysis: 30%
  • Software engineering: 56%
  • Final presentation: 4%
Database &Web Technologies Fundamentals (MOD1.4)
German / kMod
5.00
-
Database Fundamentals (DAGbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
Web Technologies 1 (WETbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50

Course description

This course will give you an introduction to web technologies as a whole, its development as well as organizational aspects when creating a web site. Furthermore you will get in touch with a Content Management System.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • understand and reproduce the emergence of the web and the TCP/IP protocol
  • plan a small website under consideration of usability and accessibility aspects
  • create wireframes with a tool of their choice
  • create a basic HTML website including a form
  • format a basic website with CSS
  • apply input validation and smaller user interaction by using JavaScript
  • setup and use a Standard Content Management System (WordPress)

Course contents

  • History and technical basics
  • Project "Web Site"
  • Simple HTML Pages
  • Design with CSS
  • JavaScript - Basics
  • CMS – Webpages

Prerequisites

Usage of text editors

Literature

  • Studienbrief, Foliensätze, Screencasts, Videoshttp://www.w3schools.com/

Assessment methods

  • Exercises 44 % (min. 50% of this part need to be achieved)
  • Self Assessment Tests 6 %
  • Exam 50 % (min. 50% of this part need to be achieved)
Introdution to Business Informatics (MOD1.2)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Introduction to Business Informatics (EWIbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00

Course description

This course first introduces fundamental questions of Business Informatics (BI): occupational areas of BI, meaning and processes of a company, basics of information systems. Next, students will learn the relevant modeling techniques of the business process modeling area. Further emphasis will be given to the process of software selection and introduction, as well as to selected eCommerce business modells. For their implementation, students will employ UML Use Case diagrams and specifications on the basis of given system requirements. Afterwards, students will learn to model data diagrams using the Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD). The course will end with an integrated example showing the development path from a business process to an executable software system.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • model the organizational structure of a company by an Organizational Chart and to model the operational structure of a company by a Process Map.
  • indicate and explain, given a practical task, adequate solution methods of the business informatics.
  • relate the fields of activities of business informatics to the the organization of an enterprise.
  • evaluate and select software based on defined criteria.
  • explain eCommerce business models and recommend them, based on the individual problem statement of a company.
  • abstract business processes based on given problem situations and to model them by business process models (Value-Added Chain Diagram, Process Map, (extended) Event-Driven Process Chains, and Business Process Diagram).
  • abstract system functionalities and system actors based on a system requirement specification or problem statement and to model them with the Use Case Diagram of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), as well as to specify the Use Cases by Use Case Specifications according to the Rational Unified Process style.
  • recognize and define relationships between business processes of a company and their support by information systems.

Course contents

  • What is business informatics?
  • What is a company?
  • Modeling fundamentals – Modeling theory
  • Business process modeling
  • (extended) Event-Driven Process Chain ((e)EPC)
  • Swimlane Diagram
  • Business Process Model and Notation(BPMN)
  • Software Selection & Introduction
  • Business Models - eCommerce
  • System modeling/ UML
  • Use Case Diagram
  • Use Case Specification
  • Data Modeling
  • From business process to application

Prerequisites

No prerequisites required

Literature

  • Literature:
  • Allweyer, T. (2005): Geschäftsprozessmanagement – Strategie, Entwurf, Implementierung, Controlling, W3L-Verlag.
  • Hanschke, I. / Giesinger, G. / Goetze, D. (2010): Business Analyse - Einfach und Effektiv.
  • Hansen, R. (2009): Wirtschaftsinformatik 1 – Grundlagen und Anwendungen. Verlag: UTB. 10. Auflage.
  • Rupp, C. / Zengler, B. / Queins, S. (2004): UML 2 Glasklar, Carl Hanser Verlag, 3. Auflage.Teaching-/ Learning-Materials:
  • course books
  • presentations

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method
Management 1 (MOD1.1)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Accounting (BHbb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
2.00

Course description

In this course students will learn theoretical foundations and regulatory framework of bookkeeping. With this information students are able to book business transactions and draw up annual accounts.

Methodology

Questions, exercises

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • outline the regulatory framework of bookkeeping
  • book business transactions on accounts
  • calculate taxes
  • carry out an annual financial statement of a company which produces hard disks
  • interpret results of income statements in form of a step-down report and suggests measures of improvements
  • make cash flow statements

Course contents

  • Elements and functions of bookkeeping, regulatory framework of bookkeeping, rules of orderly bookkeeping, bills and receipts, accounts, system of double entry bookkeeping, cash flow statement

Prerequisites

No special requirements necessary

Literature

  • Bertl, Romuald / Deutsch-Goldoni, Eva / Hirschler, Klaus (2013): "Buchhaltungs- und Bilanzierungshandbuch", 8. erweiterte Auflage, LexisNexis.
  • Grohmann-Steiger, Christine / Schneider, Wilfried / Dobrovits, Ingrid (2013): "Einführung in die Buchhaltung im Selbststudium", Band I und II, 20., aktualisierte und ergänzte Auflage, Facultas Verlags- und Buchhandels AG, Wien.
  • Grünberger, David (2014): "Buchhaltung und Bilanz", 3. aktualisierte Auflage, LexisNexis.

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method (100%)

Anmerkungen

Could you please work through the script before the first lesson.

Professional and Social Communication (ENGbb)
English / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

Starting from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B2, we aim at developing and strengthening language skills required for personal and social as well as professional interaction

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • provide biographical details about themselves
  • act and respond appropriately in private situations and in international contexts;
  • initiate and cultivate professional contacts;
  • understand and use the keywords of cost accounting
  • analyze persuasive strategies
  • plan, deliver and evaluate a persuasive speech

Course contents

  • Autobiography
  • Everyday situations and small talk
  • Keywords of cost accounting
  • Strategies of persuasive communication
  • Persuasive speeches

Prerequisites

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Level B2

Literature

  • Maderdonner, O. / et al (2014): Professional and Social Communication, Skriptum
  • Connolly, P. / Kingsbury, P. et al. (2014): eSNACK, Lernplattform
  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in online activities and timely completion of assignments
Time-/Self Management (ZSMbb)
German / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

In the course students get to know techniques and methods for effective work organisation and systemic planning.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • prioritize activities by using various methods (for example as ABC analysis , ALPEN-method) and to schedule their time sequence.
  • denote personal stress triggers and behaviors and to describe and to develop ways to change the behavior patern.
  • explain the benefits of setting targets and to define a list of objectives (by SMART).

Course contents

  • Personal Goals
  • Principles of time & self management and associated instruments e.g.: activity list, daily activity log
  • Interruptions, faults, time thieves
  • Personal strategies of implementation

Prerequisites

no requirements

Literature

  • Knoblauch, Jörg/Hüger, Johannes/Mockler, Marcus (2005): Ein Meer an Zeit: Die neue Dimension des Zeitmanagements, Frankfurt/Main: Campus
  • Nussbaum, Cordula (2007): 300 Tipps für mehr Zeit: Soforthilfe gegen Alltagsstress. Von Perfektionismus bis Energieräuber, München: gu
  • Seiwert, Lothar (2002): Life Leadership (Verlag Gabal)

Assessment methods

  • Reflection Paper

Anmerkungen

none

Programming & Data Structures (MOD1.5)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Algorithms and Data Structures (ALGbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.00
1.50

Course description

- Basics of theoretical computer science- Algorithms and datastructures

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • design simple abstract problems of formal languages with finite automata and/or regular expressions and explain the limits of regular languages.
  • develop simple context-free grammars and carry out derivations.
  • perform and explain basic operations in arrays, lists, stack and hash tables.
  • perform insertion, deletion, search, and traversal operations or implement simple recursive functions in Java or pseudo code.
  • populate a graph datastructure and calculate the shortest path or the minimal spanning tree for a given graph
  • evaluate data structures and algorithms with regard to their time complexity in Big-O notation and/or usefulness for a given task/problem.

Course contents

  • Formal languages and deterministic finite automata, regular expressions
  • Turing machines, grammars
  • Properties of algorithms
  • Basic data structures
  • Sorting algorithms
  • Tree structures
  • Graph algorithms

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of structural programming.

Literature

  • Vossen, Witt: Grundkurs Theoretische Informatik(3.Auflage, Vieweg Verlag)
  • Horn, Kerner:Informatik 2 (2.Auflage, Fachbuchverlag Leipzig)
  • John E. Hopcroft: Einführung in die Automatentheorie, Formale Sprachen und Komplexitätstheorie (2.Auflage 2002, Addison-Wesley)
  • Gunter Saake, Kai-Uwe Sattler: Algorithmen und Datenstrukturen(Eine Einführung mit Java, dpunkt Verlag)
  • Sedgewick: Algorithmen in Java(Addison-Wesley)
  • Hopcroft, Ullman: Data Structures and Algorithms (Addison-Wesley)

Assessment methods

  • Test
  • Tabs
Programming 1 (PRG1bb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
1.50

Course description

Beginners course in programming using JAVA - You will be able to create simple console-based programs in the programming language JAVA using elements of structured programming.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • simulate execution of imperative Java programs with pen and paper and predict behaviour and output for given input.
  • implement Java programs that read data from the keyboard, perform calculations and produce formatted output on the console.
  • implement text-menus, input validation and tabular output using branching and (nested) repetition control structures.
  • develop a text-menu driven console-based Java application that manages the first names, last names, and dates of birth of two persons.
  • implement functions that encapsulate previously implemented tasks.
  • develop functions and applications that read, process, and output structured data.
  • develop functions that read data into arrays, perform sorting and searching operations on arrays and produce formatted output.
  • develop text-based console applications capable of reading, sorting, searching and displaying arrays of structured data records in various formats using elements of structured programming in Java.

Course contents

  • Basics of structured programming: flow-charts, variables & data types, operators, control structures, functions, structures, arrays, debugger, stepwise refinement

Prerequisites

None- this is a beginners course (see also Comments)

Literature

  • The course is based on: David J. Eck: Introduction to Programming using JAVAAdditional reading:
  • http://openbook.rheinwerk-verlag.de/javainsel/ (Deutsch)
  • Ivor Horton: Beginning Java 2 JDK 5 Edition . Wrox, Wiley Publishing, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 2004. (Java SE 6 update document available online)(ISBN 978-0-7645-6874-9)(1512 pages, 1,5 kg!)

Assessment methods

  • two LabWorks (both need to achieve > 50 %)
  • 1 written test (need to achieve >50 %)

Anmerkungen

Just as learning a second language, it is by far no easy task to learn a programming language. It requires studying vocabulary and grammar as well as phrases and a lot of speaking, reading and writing practice until you are able to express your ideas and thoughts in the new language. The effect of practicing with people that speak the language (and also correct you) cannot be overestimated, which is why a tutorial, held by 3rd semester students, has been installed in addition to regular classes. All beginners are hereby strongly advised to attend the tutorials. Furthermore, there will be (non-obligatory) The reward for all this is the ability to elegantly and precisely express solutions of interesting problems in a new language - JAVA - as well as the satisfaction of creating something – a product.

2. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Case Study 2 (MOD2.6)
German / iMod
4.00
-
Case Study 2 (FSTbb)
German / ILV, FL
4.00
2.50
Data Analysis and Statistical Modeling (MOD2.3)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Data Analysis and Statistical Modeling (DASbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00
Database and Web Technology Development (MOD2.4)
German / kMod
5.00
-
Database Systems (DBGbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
Web Technologies 2 (WEB2bb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
IT-Project Management (MOD2.2)
German / kMod
5.00
-
Project Management (PMAbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
Software - Project Management (SWPMbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
Management 2 (MOD2.1)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Cost Accounting (KOREbb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
2.00
Technical and Creative Communication (ENGbb)
English / SE
1.50
1.00
Working in Teams & Conflict Management (TUKbb)
German / SE
1.50
1.00
Object-Oriented - Programming and Object-Oriented - Modeling (MOD2.5)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Object-oriented Modeling (OBMObb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
Programming 2 (PRG2bb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50

3. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Business Process Analysis (MOD3.4)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Business Process Analysis (GPMbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00

Course description

Students learn about the definition of business processes and the use of business processes in an organization. Based on different aspects, students also learn to assess, model and document business processes.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • assess and describe business processes
  • model business processes (e.g. with EPC)
  • discuss relevant aspects of organization-wide business process Management
  • develop a business process handbook

Course contents

  • Assess and define business processes
  • Describe relevant aspects of business processes (e.g. inputs, outputs, KPIs, …)
  • Model business processes
  • Create process maps

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • slide set available

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment
Case Study 3 (MOD3.6)
German / iMod
4.00
-
Case Study 3 (FSTbb)
German / ILV, FL
4.00
2.50

Course description

The objective of this semester-covering project work is the team oriented project implementation, from a given list, taking into account certain, the reality simulating requirements (IT architecture, tools, processes, features, mobile representation, etc.).

Methodology

Case Study

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • identify customer needs based on process analysis.
  • define and transform requirements to UML.
  • create a web based software solutions by using CMS systems.
  • create marketing videos concerning the application

Course contents

  • Integration of different professional subjects/ topics of the previous as well as of the actual semester to an application within the scope of a project.

Prerequisites

- Software project Management- System modeling (UML diagrams)- Basic concept of the agile software development- Data base systems (espec. MySql)- CMS (espec. Joomla, Typo3, Drupal)- Basic experiences with programming and tools - Process management and process modelling (BPMN)- Server management

Literature

  • Literature will be provided on need for the individual subjects / Topics
  • Online tutorials
  • Case studies

Assessment methods

  • The grading of this case study consists of the following evaluation criteria:
  • Project documentation
  • Software Requirements Document
  • Web Application
  • Final/sales video
  • Total impression

Anmerkungen

-

ERP Systems (MOD3.2)
German / iMod
5.00
-
ERP Navision Fundamentals (NAVbb)
German / ILV
2.50
1.50
Enterprise Resource Planning Fundamentals (ERPGbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50
Management 3 (MOD3.1)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Econonmics, Technology and Society (ENGbb)
English / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

This is a course designed to better students' English through an analysis of the main schools of economic thought and a look at how economics plays a key part in today's society.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • demonstrate an understanding of core economic concepts such as inflation and the business cycle.
  • demonstrate a knowledge of the theorists of key economists
  • present complicated ideas in a clear and focused way

Course contents

  • Economic concepts and theories
  • Development of Technologies
  • Innovation

Prerequisites

Completion of previous course

Literature

  • Maderdonner, O. / et al (2014): Economy, Technology and Society, Skriptum
  • Additional current handouts and audio-visual support

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method, i.e. active participation in class activities and timely completion of assignments
Investment, Finance & Budgeting (IFBbb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
2.00

Course description

Regularly companies make decisions about investments. There is a need of evaluating investments. Moreover you have to select the best investment option. Besides, it is necessary to find out the best way to finance these investments.

Methodology

integrated course

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • understand the basics of interrelations between source and application of funds
  • explain different types of finance
  • calculate the effective yield of a zero bond
  • apply static and dynamic investment-calculations
  • calculate the net present value of machine which is intended to buy
  • carrying out a cash flow statement

Course contents

  • budgeted balance sheet
  • Basics of mathematics in finance
  • types of finance
  • internal financing
  • equity financing
  • debt financing
  • methods to calculate investments
  • performance budget
  • financial plan

Prerequisites

- Fundamentals of bookkeeping- Basics of cost accounting

Literature

  • Geyer, Alois / Hanke, Michael / Littich, Edith / Nettekoven, Michaela (2012): Grundlagen der Finanzierung, 4. Auflage, Linde Verlag, Wien.
  • Kruschwitz, Lutz (2014): Investitionsrechnung, 14. Auflage, Verlag De Gruyter, Oldenbourg.
  • Thommen, Jean-Paul / Achleitner, Ann-Kristin (2012): Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, 7. überarbeitete Auflage, Gabler Verlag, Berlin.
  • Wöhe, Günter / Bilstein, Jürgen (2013). Grundzüge der Unternehmensfinanzierung, 11., überarbeitete Auflage, Vahlen Verlag, München.

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method (100%)

Anmerkungen

Could you please work through all exercises and questions of the script till page 56 before the first lesson.

Presentation Techniques (PRTbb)
German / SE
1.50
1.00

Course description

In the course the students learn to present issues and facts in a target oriented way.

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • present a given set of facts in free speech in a structured manner (optionally with a keyword-list).
  • prepare simple technical issues for specific target groups (especially for " non-technicians").
  • use different versions of the entry and exit in the presentation

Course contents

  • Preparing, structuring and reducing Information
  • Targets and structure of a presentation
  • Media and media use
  • Structuring subsidies
  • Body language, language and voice

Prerequisites

none

Literature

  • Hartmann, Martin/Funk, Rüdiger/Nietmann, Horst (2012): Präsentieren, 9. Auflage, Verlag Beltz, Weinheim
  • Hierhold, Emil (2005): Sicher präsentieren, wirksamer vortragen, 7. Auflage, Redline Wirtschaft, Ueberreuter, Heidelberg
  • Lehner, Martin (2013): Viel Stoff - wenig Zeit; 4. Auflage, Haupt Verlag, Bern, Stuttgart
  • Schilling, G. (2006): Angewandte Rhetorik und Präsentationstechnik, Berlin: Schilling
  • Will, Hermann (2006): Mini-Handbuch Vortrag und Präsentation, Verlag Beltz, Weinheim

Assessment methods

  • Course immanent assessment method

Anmerkungen

none

Requirements Engineering (MOD3.3)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Requirements Engineering (RQEbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50

Course description

Topic of this Course is the Reuirement Engineering Phase with elicitation, formulation, documentation and managment of requirements.

Methodology

integrated course

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • Define the relevant terms of RE
  • argue the need of requirement engineering
  • Identify good and bad formulated requirements
  • Categories requirements
  • Identify different relations between requirements
  • Map requirements to their specification levels
  • Identify the proper moment to define the requirements
  • Apply methods to formulate good requirements
  • Create User Stories with Acceptance Criteria
  • Map User Stories

Course contents

  • Requirement Engineering in General
  • Requirement Engineering as discipline
  • Role of Requirement Engineer
  • Formulation of user stories
  • Story mapping

Prerequisites

agile Project Management, Project Management, Software modeling

Assessment methods

  • immanent; and final exams

Anmerkungen

-

Selected Topic Tool based SW-Engineering (AKTSWbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
1.50

Course description

Tools which support the Software Engineering process are the main topic of this course. Focusing on the requirement Engineering and Implementation activities stundets work with specific tools to learn on how to Support the selected activities.

Methodology

Integrated Course

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • Explain the necessity of supporting tools within the SLC
  • Use Version Control systems to manage team code
  • Use tools to manage the workload of your team
  • Use tools to manage and track your requirements

Course contents

  • Tool support of requirement process
  • Tool support of implementation process
  • Build process
  • Source Control

Prerequisites

Software development agile Project Management modeling of requirement

Literature

  • course material, readers, whitepapers

Assessment methods

  • exam intrinsic course

Anmerkungen

-

SW-Application Development (MOD3.5)
German / iMod
5.00
-
SW-Application Development (SWAbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00

Course description

The Course addresses application development with C# and WPF.

Methodology

integrated Course

Learning outcomes

After passing this course successfully students are able to ...

  • Develop GUI based desktop applications with C#
  • Implement different Threading approaches for async behaviour
  • Implement a TCP based communication
  • Apply the MVVM pattern to seperate logic, view and data
  • Apply the Command pattern to avoid event based implementations

Course contents

  • OO programming with C#
  • GUI Programming with WPF
  • MVVM pattern
  • Command pattern
  • TCP communication
  • Threading, async behaviour
  • DataTemplates
  • LINQ

Prerequisites

good Knowledge of OO programming; modelling with UML

Literature

  • Slides
  • Codesamples
  • Videos
  • Reference implementations

Assessment methods

  • practical exam
  • Coding dojos
  • contribution

Anmerkungen

-

4. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Case Study 4 (MOD4.5)
German / iMod
4.00
-
Case STtudy 4 (FSTbb)
German / ILV, FL
4.00
2.50
IT-Infrastructure (MOD4.3)
German / iMod
5.00
-
IT-Infrastructure (ITIbb)
German / ILV, UE
5.00
3.00
Management 4 (MOD4.1)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Business Communication (ENGbb)
English / SE
1.50
1.00
Business Management & Organization (UFObb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
2.00
Moderation and Problem Solving (MUPbb)
German / SE
1.50
1.00
Specialisation 1 (MOD4.2)
German / iMod
10.00
-
Big Data (BDSP1bb)
German / ILV, FL
10.00
6.00
Selected Topics Business Informatics B (SPEZ1bb)
German / ILV, FL
10.00
6.00
System Components (MOD4.4)
German / iMod
5.00
-
System Components (SYKbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00

5. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Case Study 5 (MOD5.5)
English / iMod
4.00
-
Case Study 5 (FSTbb)
German / ILV, FL
4.00
2.50
IT-Security (MOD5.3)
German / kMod
5.00
-
IT Security Fundamentals (ITSbb)
German / ILV, UE
2.50
2.50
SW-Security (SWSbb)
German / ILV, FL
2.50
2.50
Management 5 (MOD5.1)
German / kMod
6.00
-
Advanced Communication and Ethics (ENGbb)
English / SE
1.50
1.00
Business Law (WIRbb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
2.00
Selling Solutions (SESbb)
German / SE
1.50
1.00
Scientific Methods - Bachelor's Thesis (BT1) (MOD5.4)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Scientific Methods - Bachelor's Thesis (BT1) (WSAbb)
German / ILV, FL
5.00
3.00
Specialisation 2 (MOD5.2)
German / iMod
10.00
-
Selected Topics Business Informatics A (SPEZ2bb)
German / ILV, FL
10.00
6.00
Selected Topics Business Informatics B (SPEZ2bb)
German / ILV, FL
10.00
6.00

6. Semester

Name ECTS
SWS
Internship (MOD6.3)
German / iMod
19.00
-
Internship (BRPbb)
German / SO
19.00
12.00
Management 6 (MOD6.1)
German / kMod
6.00
-
English Certificate (ENGbb)
English / SE
1.50
1.00
Markting & Sales (MARbb)
German / ILV, FL
3.00
2.00
Social Media Behaviour (SMBbb)
German / SE
1.50
1.00
Support Internship (BT2) (MOD6.2)
German / iMod
5.00
-
Support Internship (BT2) (BGBbb)
German / BE
5.00
3.00