We refer to “Information and Communications Engineering” when information such as measurement data, images, videos, or voice signals is produced, processed, transported and processed using technical means. Information technology systems can be found in communications technology (e.g. mobile phone), in medical technology (e.g. diagnostic equipment), in automotive engineering, in consumer electronics, or in industrial settings (e.g. robotics). Business Engineering, a branch of study within the Bachelor of Information and Communications Engineerin degree programme, provides students with knowledge of different branches of technology and methodological expertise in the field of economics. In view of the current requirements of the increasingly interdependent and international fields of production and service management, there is particularly high demand for the interdisciplinary skills possessed by business engineers to handle business-related issues and technical problems in a consistent and integrative manner. Business engineers distinguish themselves through their honed communicative skills and a strong willingness to cooperate.