If you want to study but quick entry to the practical world of work is also important to you, an integrated degree course may be the best way to a successful future. If you'd also like to link business studies with IT know-how, the integrated Business Informatics and Business Engineering BSc might be perfect for you.
You'll gather experience in system engineering and programming as well as in performing training courses and IT consulting. You'll also master the selection, installation, and maintenance of software along with the modification of and support for standard software, and in marketing you'll learn about the handling of hardware and software products. You'll become a provider of ideas for computer-aided process flow optimisation, and you'll learn about the design of IT and communications systems as well as network administration.
The degree course will provide you with knowledge about all functional business areas including materials management, production, marketing, and accounting. You'll acquire sound knowledge of applied informatics in the disciplines of programming, system analysis, software engineering, operating systems, database systems, office communications & computer networks, the Internet, and multimedia.
At least an advanced technical college certificate with good results (an aptitude test at the university is required) or a general higher education entrance qualification
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