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Study Guide

Bachelor in Informatics and Management of Digital Business

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The first part of our Bachelor programme teaches you the formal basics in mathematics and statistics and then goes on to tackle both fundamental courses in computer science, such as programming, modelling and databases, algorithms & data structures, system security and networks, and introductory courses in business administration and economics.

The second part of the programme covers topics that are required in order to intersect Computer Science and Economics, such as Enterprise Modelling, ERP Systems, Engineering and Management of Software Systems, Data Mining and Decision Support Systems as well as specialization courses in either Digital Finance and Financial Markets or Digital Marketing and Advertising.

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Free Choice credit points

Free Choice credit points

For their Free Choice CPs, Bachelor students can choose:

  • lectures of the Faculty of Computer Science
  • lectures of the Master in Computer Science if approved by the Degree Course Committee (You have to write a motivated request to submit at the Degree Council)
  • lectures of our Faculty or other Faculties if approved by the Degree Course Committee (You have to write a motivated request to submit at the Degree Council)

If students choose lectures of the Faculty of Computer Science:

  • before taking the exam they have to hand in at the Faculty Administration of Computer Science a signed letter with their name and student ID and the lecture title and code. This way the course can be added to their on-line study career and labeled "Free Choice"

If students choose lectures of another Faculty:

  • they have to arrange their attendance with the respective Faculty / Professor
  • at least *one month* before the exam session they have to hand in at the Faculty Administration of Computer Science a signed letter with their name and student ID, the Faculty and the degree course of the chosen lecture, the lecture title and code, and the name of the lecturer. This way the course can be added to their on-line study career and labeled "Free Choice"