Information Systems (B.Sc.)
Helping to shape the digitalization of tomorrow: Our highly interdisciplinary Bachelor in Information Systems combines dimensions of strategic management with information technology implementation. The contents from the fields of business administration and information systems are taught at the School of Business, Economics and Society in Nuremberg, whereas the knowledge in the field of informatics is taught at the Faculty of Engineering in Erlangen. Through this broadly diversified education, students of Information Systems take on a bridging function in their later career, in which they bring strategy and implementation together.
What is the degree program about?
Information Systems deals with the design, development, implementation, deployment and use of IT systems in companies and the networked economy. It is an interdisciplinary degree program combining business administration with computer science. In addition to business-related subjects, it also involves technical and research topics. Students learn important methods and tools, such as modeling processes and information in companies, gaining strategic knowledge from large amounts of data and designing and managing innovations using information technology.
This degree program is taught in German. Therefore, a good knowledge of German is an essential prerequisite to successfully completing the degree program. Proof of German language proficiency at DSH 2 level or equivalent is required for admission.
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