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Bachelor in Information Engineering and Management (SPO 2009)

The degree course "Information Engineering and Management" is an inter-departmental course. It teaches content from the subjects Economics, Informatics, and Law (in a ratio of 40%-40%-20%). The first degree contents are taught by the Department of Economics, the latter two by the Department of Informatics.

During the course, you have to collect 180 credit points (ECTS credits) in 6 terms.

1. The Core Course

The first two academic years consist of the following mandatory subjects: 

Subject

CP

Business Administration
Economics
Informatics
Mathematics
Operations Research
Statistics
Law

16
5
37
16
 9
10
19

Informationswirtschaft (B.Sc.)
Semester Kernprogramm
Fach INFO BWL VWL OR STAT MATHE RECHT
1 Informatik
(Grundlagen)
10 LP
BWL
(Grund-
lagen)
8 LP
VWL
5 LP


Mathe I
8 LP
Privatrecht
(Einführung)
4 LP
2 Algorithmen
6 LP

OR
9 LP
Statistik
10 LP
Mathe II
8 LP
Wirtschafts-
privatrecht
9 LP

3 Theor.
Inform.
7 LP
Angew.
Inform.
8 LP
BWL
8 LP

Öffentl.
Recht
6 LP
4 Techn.
Inform.
7 LP



Betriebspraktikum
8 LP

 The following table provides an overview on the mandatory courses (by term).

T

Course

CP

1.

Financial and Management Accounting
Economics I
Mathematics I
Basic Notions of Computer Science
Programming
Civil Law for Beginners

4
5
8
5
5
4

2.

Introduction to Information Engineering and Mangement
Statistics I
Mathematics II
Introduction to Operations Reserach I
Algorithms I
Advanced Civil Law 

4
5
8
4,5
6
3

3.

Business Administration and Management Science C
Statistics II
Indtroduction to Operations Reserach II
Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science
Applied Informatics I
Commercial and Corporate Law
Public Law I

4
5
4,5
7
4
3
3

4.

Business Administration and Management Science B
Applied Informatics II
Computer Engineering
Public Law II
Exercise in Civil Law
Internship

4
4
6
3
3
8

In total

120

2. The Specialised Programme

In the third year, you have to collect the following credit points:

  • Informatics: Modules with 18 CP
  • BA/Economics/OR: 1 module mit 9 CP in the subject Business Administration and a module with 9 CP in the subject BA/OR/EC
  • Law: 1 module with 6 CP
  • Bachelor Thesis: 12 CP

Two out of the three seminar modules with 3 credits each in the subjects Informatics, Economics and Law.

Bachelor in Information Engineering and Management (SPO 2005)

The degree course "Information Engineering and Management" is an inter-departmental course. It teaches content from the subjects Economics, Informatics, and Law (in a ratio of 40%-40%-20%). The first degree contents are taught by the Department of Economics, the latter two by the Department of Informatics.

During the course, you have to collect 182 credit points (ECTS credits) in 6 terms.

1. The Core Course

The first two academic years consist of the following mandatory subjects: 

Subject

CP

Business Administration
Economics
Informatics
Mathematics
Operations Research
Statistics
Law

15
5
38
15
 9
10
10

 The following table provides an overview on the mandatory courses (by term).

T

Course

CP

1.

Financial and Management Accounting
Economics I
Mathematics I
Fundamental terms in Informatics
Programming
Civil Law for Beginners

4
5
7,5
4
5
4

2.

Introduction to Information Engineering and Management
Statistics I
Mathematics II
Introduction to Operation Reserach I
Informatics II
Advanced Civil Law 

3
5
7,5
4,5
8
3

3.

Basics of Business Administration C
Statistics II
Introduction to Operations Research II
Informatics III
Applied Informatics I
Commercial and Corporate Law
Public Law I

4
5
4,5
8
4
3
3

4.

Basics of Business Administration B
Applied Informatics  II
Computer Engineering II
Public Law II
Exercise in Civil Law
Internship

4
4
6
3
3
8

In total

120

2. The Specialised Programme

In the third year, you have to collect the following credit points:

  • Informatics: 1 module with 21 CP
  • BA/Economics/OR: 1 module mit 20 CP or 2 modules with 10 CP each
  • Law: 1 module with 10 CP
  • Bachelor Thesis: 12 CP

For each subject, you have to attend at least one seminar for 1-4 CP.