The main task of Business Informatics is to mediate between people, organization and IT - the Bachelor's program is the training for this central bridging function.
The Business Informatics bachelor’s degree program covers a wide range of topics that provide a specialized combination of knowledge in computer science, business, and management. Students gain a detailed overview of the latest information and communication technologies, including their business implications, their planning, and their implementation.
They learn to:
Analyze IT requirements taking customer needs into account and implement these requirements in a practice-oriented manner
Analyze, model, abstract, and implement business-related and technical aspects in the course of IT projects
Quickly familiarize themselves with specialized topics in order to understand complex technical interconnections in the business environment
Discover methods for reconciling company strategy and information processing needs in order to optimize complex processes through the use of the latest information technology
Analyze and design systems as well as their interaction scenarios
View problems from both a customer and a contractor perspective
Identify, discuss, and resolve potential conflicts and possible misunderstandings between business and technology on both a technical and interpersonal level, and take preventative measures
Communicate with technical and non-technical professionals, present technical information in a way that is also understandable for non-technical personnel, and constructively contribute to ensuring positive collaboration within teams
Apply interdisciplinary approaches in the design of IT systems
Identify interrelationships in a holistic manner