Digitalization - the magic word of the 21st century in all areas of life - needs skilled workers. These specialists must have a mainstay in computer science or business informatics, but they also have to be familiar with the processes they are supposed to digitize - everything whole cominded with a shot of creativity. Only the interaction of knowledge from all three areas makes it possible to rethink processes with digital technologies. Who wouldn't be delighted if the furniture delivery was not announced sometime between 8 and 2 p.m., but between 9:30 and 9:45 a.m.? Or if citizens could conduct all their interactions with public administration online ...
With the master's degree program Digital Processes and Technologies you will learn how processes can be digitized and modernized efficiently, securely and sustainably on the basis of a course of study with solid business and computer science content. In your later professional life, you will be able to work in or lead complex digitization projects.
The language of instruction is German.
Summer Term: until 15.12. of the year before
Winter Term: until 15.6.
3 semesters full time | 5 semesters part time
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
The course of study can be either full-time (3 semesters) or part-time (5 semesters). In the full-time version, there are two semesters of lectures and a final semester in which the Master's thesis is written, usually in cooperation with a company. In the part-time variant, the lecture semesters are extended to 4 semesters.
Details can be found in the study and examination regulations (SPO) or in the module handbook.
|1. Year Winter Term
|1. Year Summer Term
|Digitalisation in Production
|Automation of Business Processes
|Software Engineering 2
|Modern Software Architectures
|Elective Module 1
Elective Module 2
An above-average degree in Business Information Technology, Applied Computer Science or a comparable course of study with at least 7 semesters and 210 credit points (ECTS).
Verifiable competences from the first degree in the following areas:
Further IT/computer science knowledge is useful, but not mandatory.
Qualified German and English language skills, which enable you to study at university.
Details of the admission requirements can be found in the admission/admission and selection regulations.