Bachelor programme, beginning winter semester
SemMathematicsEconomicsComputer Science / ApplicationsGeneral Basics
1
  • Analysis 1
  • Finance Mathematics
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • General Business Management
  • Accounting
  • Basics of theoretical Computer Science
  • Introduction to Business and Computer Science
  • Information technology 1
  • Programming languages 1
  • Software engineering
2
  • Statistics 1
  • Linear Algebra
  • Operations Research 1
  • Projekt OR 1
  • Investment and Finance 1
  • Cost and activity accounting
  • Programming languages 2
  • and formal languages
  • Tutorial programming
3
  • Statistics 2
  • Economics
  • Algorithms and data structures in C
  • UNIX + Internet
  • Data bases 1
  • System analysis
  • Compiler construction
4
  • ERP software
  • Logistics
  • Controlling
  • Management 1
  • Process modelling
  • Object oriented programming
  • Practical data bases
  • Software design
  • Software technology for internet applications
  • Computer networks
5
  • Basics of service management
  • ERP systems
  • Marketing
  • Project management
  • Seminar Business and Computer Science
  • Software project
  • Practical computer networks
  • Planning game 1
  • Communication skills
  • Teaching assistance
6
  • Data protection
  • Commercial law

 

In the sixth semester, students also do an internship with a company of at least 10 weeks and submit their bachelor thesis. This thesis usually deals with a topic which the company determines during the internship.

If students start the bachelor programme in the summer semester, the succession of modules might vary.