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Department of Computer Science

Business Information Systems B.Sc.

In times when IT is a vital part of companies and public authorities, graduates of business informatics are in great demand. This is because their broad education enables them to make optimal use of the potential of IT in the business environment. This bridging function between IT and business administration is of great importance and accounts for the special status of business informatics graduates in practice.


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In times when IT is a vital part of companies and public authoritiesgraduates of business informatics are in great demand. This is because their broad education enables them to make optimal use of the potential of IT in the business environment. This bridging function between IT and business administration is of great importance and accounts for the special status of business informatics graduates in practice. 

The study program is structured as follows:

Basic area (semester 1 + 2)

  • Successful studies
  • Basics of Business Informatics & Business Administration
  • Basics of Programming & Web Development
  • Basics of Information Technology
  • Bookkeeping and Accounting
  • Software Engineering

Core area (semester 3 + 4)

  • Applied AI
  • Data Science
  • Databases & Cloud Computing
  • Marketing & E-Commerce
  • Logistics, controlling and investment management
  • Digital Ethics

Specialization area (semester 5 + 6)

  • IT Security
  • Interdisciplinary software development project

Freely selectable modules such as: 

  • Robotics
  • IT Management
  • SAP programming or industry-specific information systems
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Social & Healthcare

As a graduate in business information systems , you will be able to make optimal use of the potential of informatics in the business environment.

Accordingly, the occupational profile of the business informatics specialist is broad and ranges from dealing with technological topics (e.g. artificial intelligence, databases, software development, project management) to dealing with business management concepts with an IT connection (e.g. IT consulting, e-business, controlling).

Admission requirements

General or subject-linked university entrance qualification, university of applied sciences entrance qualification or, if applicable, professional qualification.

Business Information Systems

Degree awarded
Computer Science
7 semesters
Winter semester
Application period

from May 15

Tuition fees
Language of instruction

Campus Hof

The campus is the management and administrative center of the university. Here you will find the university library, high-tech laboratories and university sports facilities.

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 Kathrin Schötz
Kathrin Schötz +49 9281 409 - 3222

Student Affairs - Admission

 Michael Luft
Michael Luft +49 9281 409 - 3225

Student Affairs - Program Manager