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Hochschule Schmalkalden Business Informatics (B.Sc.)
Hochschule Schmalkalden

Business Informatics (B.Sc.)

Schmalkalden, Germany

6 Semesters

German

Full time

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Introduction

Business informatics builds on the findings of computer science and links them with the requirements of business, especially business administration. It thus represents a classic cross-sectional discipline. In terms of content, the business informatics bachelor's degree essentially deals with information and communication systems that are used to support business processes and for decision-making in companies and in public administration.

While computer science is essentially geared towards the development and programming of these systems, business informatics, for example, examines how these systems should be designed in order to be able to meet the requirements of various users in everyday business.

Type of study: Full time
Duration of study: 6 semesters
Lecture language: German
Graduation: Bachelor of Science
ECTS: 180
next start of studies: each winter semester
Application deadline: 07/15/2021

Business informatics as a key and cross-sectional discipline

The computer science than modern science for display, storage, transmission and processing of information more and more sustainable impact on our lives, our work and leisure in recent decades than any other science. As a key discipline, it encompasses a wide range of tasks, such as the structuring of processes, the establishment of networks and the conception, development and implementation of hardware and software systems.

The business informatics builds on the knowledge of the computer science and connects them with the requirements of the economy, especially the business administration. It thus represents a classic cross-sectional discipline. In terms of content, the business informatics bachelor's degree essentially deals with information and communication systems that are used to support business processes and for decision-making in companies and in public administration. While computer science is essentially geared towards the development and programming of these systems, business informatics, for example, examines how these systems should be designed in order to be able to meet the requirements of various users in everyday business. Business informatics thus plays an important role as a consultant and mediator between the wishes of system users, who generally have little computer science knowledge, and the requirements of skilled programmers and system developers. Further contents of business informatics range from questions of economic system design, the management of implementation projects to the financing and marketing of hardware and software solutions. For these far-reaching, interdisciplinary tasks, both in-depth knowledge from the field of computer science and from the field of business are required.

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