Business Computing, Department
Fakultät Informatik und Mathematik at the OTH Regensburg
- Prüfeninger Straße 58
- 93049 Regensburg
- Phone: +49 941 943-1264
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Special features regarding teachingThe course is based on the three-pillar-model with Computer Science, Business Administration and Business Informatics. A sound foundation in Mathematics and soft skills complete the course. Specialisations in Business Informatics primarily relate to Logistics and SAP. The course has a practical focus with its own practical semester. Most of the courses are seminar-type classes, with many practical exercises for specialisation.
Special features regarding the international orientationDouble degree options at Bachelor's / Master's level with France, England and New Zealand; international guest lecturer programme at Bachelor / Master level, approx. 8 - 10 foreign lecturers as guests every year. Extensive study programme in English (approx. 50 credits each semester); over 20 international partner universities for Computer Science and Mathematics; active internship programme and student exchange programme with very good course credit options (approx. 40 outgoing students per year); international student projects.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsLaurea University of Applied Sciences, Finnland; TU Dublin, Irland; Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Vancouver, Kanada; Eastern Institue of Technology in Napier, Neuseeland; Hong Kong University, China; University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia; University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal; Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam; Clemson University, Clemson, USA; Chaoyang University of Technology, Taichung, Japan.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe faculty has over a dozen laboratories in the field of Computer Science, some of them are pure Business Informatics laboratories (e.g. logistics), others have a high relation to business informatics (e.g. databases). All laboratories are equipped with computers, WiFi network is also fully developed so that students can use their own computers. The degree course benefits from the fact that there are four Computer Science courses in the Faculty. The logistics laboratory has an elaborate Fischer technology warehousing model that can be programmed via a control.
Special features regarding research and developmentSeveral laboratories are available for theses and internships; applied research is a matter of course in the degree course; in addition to Bachelor theses there are also several Master theses and some doctorates.
Support for foundersThe START-UP Centre of the OTH Regensburg supports students, graduates and academic staff with start-up projects. PROPOSAL: Testing the start-up idea, support on the path towards a start-up, development of the business plan, information about funding options and programmes, arrangement of network partners. Lecturers at the department are significantly involved in the Management Cup Bavaria: Participating students, in team work and as “young entrepreneurs/executives”, learn and experience economic thinking and actions and how companies function in competition.
Other special featuresBusiness Informatics is closely integrated with other Computer Science courses in the Faculty. This guarantees a broad education in addition to the required subject depth.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.oth-regensburg.de/fakultaeten/informatik-und-mathematik/forschung-projekte.html
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