Informatics is a field characterised by rapid development, and it requires the continuous optimisation of methods and tools in their respective fields of application. During their studies, students acquire solid expertise and skills in the field of Informatics, learn the fundamental principles of economic interrelations, and gain in-depth insights into possible fields of application. In Informatics, software systems are generally developed in organisations, and embedded into social systems. Therefore, methodological, social and individual skills are essential prerequisites for the successful realisation, implementation, and the profitable deployment of Informatics systems. Consequently, competencies such as self-steering and creative drive are also high in demand.
The degree programme aims to qualify graduates for the development of top-quality computer-assisted solutions to problems and for the efficient (project) management of problem-solving processes. Students are encouraged to apply the computer science methods and techniques they have learned.
The Bachelor’s degree programme conveys sound knowledge and expertise in the areas of applied informatics, software development, mathematics, and theoretical informatics. Moreover, students can choose from the following specialisations:
- artificial intelligence
- software development
- system security
- interactive systems
- media informatics
- semantic systems
- natural language processing
- business information systems
By choosing the specialisation subjects mathematics and statistics or information technology, students develop application skills in the technically oriented “sister disciplines”.