2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Business Computing, Department
Fachbereich 4: Informatik, Kommunikation und Wirtschaft
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Special features regarding teachingThere are numerous entry positions available, for example in IT Controlling, in Project Management or in IT Consulting, But Application Development in the web sector also attracts many graduates. The course of study supports this diversity by offering various elective subjects. They include Process Design, Project Management, SAP Consultancy, Business Intelligence, Web Analysis, and the development and integration of applications. We offer a balanced mix of business administration and computer science.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe department has its own strategy of internationalism. This includes, for example: Enabling international experience, designing international courses and promoting cross-border partnerships in teaching and research.
Common partner universities for exchangeTongji University, China; Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain; Linnaeus University (Faculty of Technology), Sweden; Kadir Has University, Turkey; TU Riga, Latvia
Special features regarding the equipmentThe degree course has seven IT laboratories available that cater for an extremely wide range of Business Informatics applications. The hardware and software equipment is regularly updated to the current state of the art. The laboratories are as follows: Operational Applications I-III, Databases, Innovative Systems, Computer Networks, Software Engineering; in addition, the department is a member of the SAP University Competence Center, so all students can therefore be trained in a genuine SAP environment; the systems and students are supervised by four laboratory technicians.
Special features regarding research and developmentNumerous projects whose results can directly influence the work processes in companies are based, for example, on the use Business Intelligence. Students help to develop applications that support the management with new reporting, with dashboards, etc. They work closely together with companies and authorities. Such projects often lead to a long-term cooperation (work placements, work placement activities, thesis, job). Increasing successes in the acquisition of third-party funding, particularly from the EU, the German federal government and the federal state. 6 cooperative doctorates in the period 2013-2015.
Website with further information on research activitieshttps://wi-bachelor.htw-berlin.de/
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsSpecial rules for exams can be arranged, e.g. More time for exams, special timing, etc.
Other special featuresBusiness Informatics graduates are employed in almost all branches of industry, from the IT sector to the processing and manufacturing industry, in banks and insurance through to service providers and consulting companies or the public sector. Students can shape their course in an international way by spending one semester or completing their work placement abroad or by writing their thesis in another country. For the official partner universities of the HTW Berlin, please refer to the homepage of the HTW Berlin. The chair has been honoured by WiWi-Online.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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