Tasks and active partaking during the exercises / written exam or oral exam
Skills to be acquired in this module
Business informatics regards itself as an interdisciplinary subject. It connects business administration with computer science. Business informatics also includes information technologies as well as technical subjects and research topics. It is more than just an intersection of research fields and offers e.g. special methods to coordinate corporate strategies and information processing. The module introduces the entire scope of the field of business informatics.
Professional competence The students:
Describe the key aspects of business informatics
Differentiate business informatics as an interdisciplinary subject from other subjects
Characterise the functionality of essential application systems and management structures, from the strategical to the tactical and operative level.
Consider and evaluate case studies and layout options for the conception, development, implementation, usage and maintenance of operational sociotechnical applications systems
Methodological competence The students:
Model technical and sociotechnical processes using suitable tools
Analyse business processes and the demands on their modification and their technical assistance
Abstract from complex systems in a suitable way to improve the manageability of models