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Business Computing, Department

Fakultät Informatik at the HS Schmalkalden

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Basic information

Total number of students 20 *
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Results of study

Graduations in appropriate time, undergraduate degrees 92.9 % *
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International orientation

International orientation, bachelor's 5/13 points
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Further information provided by the department

  • Special features regarding teaching
    Students can choose from a range of four areas of specialisation, each with two elective specialisations according to their own interests. This is intended to help in placing the focus of the course on Core Informatics, Business Informatics or more on the economic or creative side. Practical relevance is simulated at an early stage through business games; almost 95% of the Bachelor's theses are created in cooperation with companies / administrations.
  • Special features regarding the equipment
    Driving simulation laboratory; Laboratories for mobile and embedded systems, “PaDSLab - Programming and Distributed Systems”, telecommunications, usability engineering, vigilance test laboratory; Workstation pool audio laboratory, computer graphics, “DBCC - Database Competence Centre”, “DSCC - Decentralised Systems Competence Centre”, multimedia, 3 PC pools; SAP, DATEV, ARIS, and special software for marketing and IT service management.
  • Special features regarding research and development
    According to ThürHG, the research activities and the knowledge transfer are regarded as essential tasks of the faculty. Important criteria for the evaluation of the productive efficiency of the faculty in this field include the funded or directly financed research projects, projects in knowledge transfer, mostly in the form of commissioned projects, and cooperative doctorate programmes. Currently there are six cooperative doctorate programmes at the faculty. The research activities have led to seven start-up (Exist Seed) applications.
  • Other special features
    Thanks to the close proximity to the degree courses Computer Science and Mobile Computing, various inter-disciplinary lectures (in particular for the specialisation fields) will be offered. The University's own graduate association regularly enables students and graduates to compare notes on their practical experience at joint events.
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