Co-operative Master’s Programme
The programme’s objective is to teach the skills needed to design and modify IT processes in businesses and corporate networks, including the ability to use the fundamentals of change management in ICT in order to achieve certain results. The key focus lies on innovative concepts and methods used to ensure that business information and communication technologies are continuously adapted to a corporate strategy. Actively integrating students into the work processes at Deutsche Telekom guarantees an optimal learning experience.
The programme is aimed at talented young professionals with a bachelor’s degree in business computing. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in economics or information technology may also be admitted after proof of their qualification has been reviewed.
Employability and Careers
The Master’s programme Business Informatics covers:
- Enterprise information management
- Management of business information models
- Software & service management
Enterprise information management is about how to provide the conditions necessary for effectively and efficiently using information to increase productivity in large companies. In addition to fundamental knowledge of the technology and economics relevant to information management, the course also covers legal aspects of IT and demonstrates how these can be used to create innovative business models.
The programme also features a course on the development of information models for specific businesses and requirements as well as their systematic integration into high-performance business architectures. Students learn about advanced enterprise modelling, business process optimisation and management of enterprise application architectures.
Software & Service Management introduces students to basic methodological principles of software engineering in addition to current concepts of cost-efficient planning, managing, and monitoring of entire application life cycles.
In this course, students also learn how to manage IT services using the latest reference models (e.g. ITIL, eTOM).
Students have the opportunity of broadening their horizons by taking extra courses in addition to the ones mentioned above. The Master’s programme Business Information Systems offers two specialisation courses:
In this course, students gain a deeper insight into the innovative concepts and technologies which play a key role in producing industrial software solutions. Special emphasis given to the instruments used in developing enterprise DBMS and in shaping distributed application architectures. The course includes a development project which illustrates how the theoretical knowledge gained can be applied practically.
Enterprise Planning & Decision Support
This specialisation course deals with techniques and tools used in constructing analytical computing systems which serve to increase effectiveness and efficiency of decision-making processes in enterprises.
In the module manual of the master course of studies Business Information Systems you find all relevant information about the contents of the single modules, qualification objectives and quantitative and qualitative demands.
|Degree||Master of Science|
|Duration||4 regular semesters (24 months),
+ Bachelor’s thesis with a company (approx. 6 months)
|Application process||Applicants must hand send their application form to the examination office.
If they are accepted, they must then send their confirmation of admission to Telekom Jobwelten.
Please call the university hotline if you have any questions..
|Beginning of lectures||In calendar week 39 of every year|
|Admission requirements||Bachelor’s degree in Business Information Systems
Bachelor’s degrees in other fields, such as Economics or Computer Science, may be accepted upon individual examination. In certain cases, admission may be granted subject to the condition of taking and passing selected courses from the bachelor’s programmes Business Information Systems or Computer Science and Telecommunications.
|Fees||The tuition fees for this co-operative programme are 300 Euros per month.|
|Certification||Accreditation certificate (ASIIN, Akkreditierungsrat, Euro-Inf)
The third-party certification verifies the quality of the HfTL’s co-operative bachelor’s programme Business Information Systems and its compliance with the Bologna process regulations.
New business development & technology management
Business information & process modeling
Business process optimization
Enterprise architecture management
IT project management
IT service management
Enterprise planning & decision support
|Program structure||The programme takes place as a blended learning scenario, which means that the learning model includes classroom teaching, supervised online courses and private study.
One academic year includes 6 weeks of classroom lectures, seminars, and tutorials for which you must be present at the university