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Bachelor programme Business Informatics

Study Code E 033 526 - Bachelor programme Business Informatics
Duration of Study 6 Semesters
Credits 180 ECTS
Degree Bachelor of Science (BSc)
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General

We live in an information society. Information systems are not limited to companies, but include all areas of society. That is why Business Informatics at TU Wien deals with information and communications systems in business and society, where both human factors and machine components play a role.

Technical, economic and social aspects must be taken into account for these systems to be successful. All of these aspects play an important role in Business Informatics at TU Wien. IT and economics are combined in both theory and practice. Study is focused on the formal and technical mapping and modelling of operational structures and processes, and on the implementation of corresponding information systems. Students learn how to think analytically and identify contexts.

Upon completion of the Business Informatics bachelor's course, students can go on to take the Business Informatics master's course or one of the eight Information Technology master's courses.

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Course content

Business Informatics is concerned with information, knowledge and information processing in organisations and in society. It thus lies at the interface between people, organisations and IT.
The teaching covers information and communications systems in business and in society, and specifically the analysis, modelling, design, implementation and evaluation of such systems. In addition to its primarily IT-orientated approach, the success of such systems relies on due attention being paid to technical, economic and social dimensions. IT and economics are combined in both theory and practice.

Opportunities for graduates lie in the analysis and optimisation of business processes and related information processes, in the planning, realisation and management of information systems, in application-orientated system development, in IT-supported business management on the basis of a unified view of the business and its environment as an information system, and in communicative roles between IT and business.

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Study conditions

IT is a very popular area of technical study. Students are taught by academics with an international reputation. With a high degree of international networking, an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and widespread cooperation with industry and business, students will gain a sound specialised and practice-based education. Furthermore, state of the art computer laboratories are available to the students.

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Fields of work

Job prospects are varied, as Information Technology affects virtually all areas of life. Examples extend from hardware-related software development in the automotive industry to medical applications, the internet and the development of IT solutions for business and administration.

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Studying Business Informatics at TU Wien means

  • an education that is solidly based on technical knowledge
  • orientation towards technical, economic and social aspects
  • close cooperation with companies, administrative departments and industry
  • international orientation

In autumn 2006, TU Wien became the only university in Vienna to offer Business Informatics as an independent bachelor's degree.

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Further Information

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