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Bachelor Degree Programme in 
Business Informatics

Together with lecturers from well-known companies and their Captains, CAMPUS 02 will accompany you on your academic journey. Science meets business: Projects for various companies help put your acquired theoretical and specialist knowledge into practice. Thereby, you are constantly and directly in contact with the professional world. This extra-occupational degree programme lets you enter a network of students, lecturers, researchers and businesses to achieve a common goal: sustainable success in business.

The degree programme at a glance:

Facts

6
Semesters

Extra-occupational

Ideal for working professionals who want to further their education and for adults holding a school-leaving certificate who want to enter the working world during the programme.

Classes

Extra-occupational: 17 weeks/semester
Generally Fridays, 13.45 – 21.30 and
Saturdays 08.00 – 16.00 and
an intensive week at the beginning of each semester. This way, there are fewer classes on weekends during the semesters.

Programme starts: Mid-September

 

QUALIFICATION GAINED:

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, BSc

zert

Graduates looking for internationally valid certificates have come to the right place.

Approved study places

40

ECTS —> 180 CREDITS
Tuition fee: 363.36
Per semester. Plus Austrian National Union of Students’ contribution (currently 19.70 €) for EU and EEA nationals

Citizens from other countries - please visit our website www.en.campus02.at/tuition-fees/

Location

Focus

The Bachelor degree programme focusses on effective and efficient support of business processes using tailored business informatics solutions.

 

PROFESSIONAL NETWORK

At the beginning of the degree programme, your personal and professional network expands greatly: You establish contacts with fellow students, most of them active in interesting companies, and add a valuable asset to your career.

 

Application process

  • 01Online Application
  • 02Admission Test
  • 03Submission of further documents
  • 04Personal interview conducted by an admission committee

Note: The Bachelor Degree Programme in Business Informatics is predominantly held in German. Therefore the application process is also done in German.

Application deadline: 31.7.2019

Admission criteria

  • School-leaving certificate (Matura, A-Levels, maturity diploma, etc.)
  • university entrance qualification exam
  • or a specialised professional qualification (apprenticeship, etc.) and additional examination by CAMPUS 02

Further Information

Stephanie Schmölzer

CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Degree Programme in Information Technologies & Business Informatics
Körblergasse 126, 8010 Graz, Austria

The Path to Your Programme

Application deadline: 31 July 2019

 

Admission Criteria

Online Application

The path to your programme begins with registering. Once registered, you can apply online.

BA Application Test

During the online application you can choose your preferred Bachelor application test date. The aim of the exam is to give you the opportunity to prove yourself and your skills. This test is therefore an integral part of the application process.

 

Submission of Application Documents

After the application test you have a week’s time to submit further application documents online and to complete your application.

Personal Interview

The last step towards your programme is the personal interview conducted by the board of examiners. The interview gives you the chance to prove yourself and your skills face-to-face.

Without a doubt

– there are far too few business informaticians, yet the demand for them within companies is growing. In an ever more complex working world, specialisation in only one technical area is no longer pragmatic. That is precisely what makes business informatics an increasingly important link between business and informatics.

Do you enjoy the internet and modern information technologies? Do you want to find solutions and implement them in your company, for example via web systems and software programmes? Business informatics students know exactly how to use IT in an optimal way.

Business and Technology Study time model Your benefits

Use of Information Technologies

The extra-occupational Bachelor degree programme focusses on the use of information technologies for the effective and efficient support of business process. Graduates have broad scientific knowledge in business informatics and sound knowledge in the following areas:

  • Network technologies and data bases as well as their coordination in business, organisational and productive areas
  • Project and process management
  • Software engineering and internet technologies
  • Internal and industry-wide information systems
  • Digital business and digital business processes
  • Marketing and sales
  • Business administration

Business Informatics

As a business informatician, you develop solutions for companies with team work and by using modern IT and business methods and tools. Students receive comprehensive training, which paves the way for excellent career opportunities and many application fields.

Semester: 01 02 03 04 05 06

Timetable

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1. Semester
2. Semester
3. Semester
4. Semester
5. Semester
6. Semester
6 ECTS
Business Administration
5 ECTS
Business Informatics
0.75 ECTS
Communication 1
6 ECTS
Informatics 1
5 ECTS
Internship
2.75 ECTS
Mathematics 1
4.5 ECTS
Programming 1
4.5 ECTS
Algorithms and Data Structures
3 ECTS
Business Administration
3 ECTS
Business Informatics
1 ECTS
Communication 1
7 ECTS
Informatics 2
5 ECTS
Internship
3 ECTS
Mathematics 1
3.5 ECTS
Programming 1
4 ECTS
Advanced Business Administration
3 ECTS
Communication 2
2.5 ECTS
Databases
4 ECTS
Informatics 2
5 ECTS
Internship
9 ECTS
Process Management 1
2.5 ECTS
Software and Requirements Engineering
3 ECTS
Advanced Business Administration
2 ECTS
Communication 2
5 ECTS
Databases
5 ECTS
Information Systems 1
5 ECTS
Internship
3 ECTS
Process Management 2
1.5 ECTS
Scientific Writing
5.5 ECTS
Software and Requirements Engineering
3 ECTS
Business Communication
10 ECTS
Compulsory Elective Module: Business Informatics 1
2.5 ECTS
Information Systems 2
5 ECTS
Internship
2.5 ECTS
Quality Management
4.5 ECTS
Scientific Writing
5 ECTS
Security
2.5 ECTS
Service-based Systems
2 ECTS
Business Communication
10 ECTS
Compulsory Elective Module: Business Informatics 2
5 ECTS
Internship
5 ECTS
IT-Management
2.5 ECTS
Law
2.5 ECTS
Mobile Computing
8 ECTS
Scientific Writing
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
180 Credits

For more information, please click on the course unit in the timetable.

Career in Business Informatics

There are many advantages to not having to be bound to a single field after your studies. As a business informatician you have the opportunity to establish yourself in numerous fields – from IT services and consulting to bank and insurance industries, from logistics, telecommunication and business consulting to trade and production – the opportunities are many.

One fine specimen of a profession: The Bachelor degree programme focusses on the use of information technologies for the effective and efficient support of business processes. This includes the coordination of network technologies and data bases for production, project and process management in software engineering and internet technologies. Business process support also encompasses the control of internal and industry-wide information systems, goal-oriented marketing and sales combined with profound business administration.

 

Das Gebäude der FH CAMPUS 02

FIELDS OF ACTIVITY

  • IT project management
  • IT and software consulting
  • IT systems engineering
  • IT marketing and sales
  • Software architecture and engineering
  • Business process engineering
  • IT service management
  • And many more

Views & Voices

Portrait von Iris Mondschein
I find the combination of business and informatics fascinating. Today it is becoming increasingly important to build up knowledge outside one’s specialist area. This Degree Programme really facilitates such cross-linking. In particular, we have the opportunity to implement what we have learnt in real-life working situations whilst still studying, thanks to the close practice-relevant nature of the course.
Iris Mondschein
Student, Bachelor Degree Programme Business Informatics

Team

Head of Degree Programme

Photo Stefan Grünwald
Stefan Grünwald
Portraitfoto von Elisabeth Pergler
Elisabeth Pergler
Portraitfoto von Patrick Schweighofer
Patrick Schweighofer

Stefan Grünwald

Head of Degree Programme

Coordinator Division Information Technology

Elisabeth Pergler

Deputy Head of Degree Programme

Patrick Schweighofer

Deputy Head of Degree Programme

Teaching

Lecturers & Research Scientists: Full-Time

Stefanie Hatzl
Portraitfoto von Arno Hollosi
Arno Hollosi
Portraitfoto von Angelika Höber
Angelika Höber
(currently on maternity leave)
Berndt Jesenko
Portraitfoto von Xiaoshan Liu
Xiaoshan Liu
Egon Lüftenegger

Stefanie Hatzl

Research Assistant

Arno Hollosi

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Software Engineering

Angelika Höber

Research Assistant

Berndt Jesenko

Lecturer & Research Scientist
Research Assistant

Xiaoshan Liu

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Egon Lüftenegger

Research Assistant

Portraitfoto von Elisabeth Pergler
Elisabeth Pergler
Eva Schirgi
Portraitfoto von Patrick Schweighofer
Patrick Schweighofer
Portraitfoto von Selver Softic
Selver Softic

Elisabeth Pergler

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Business Administration and Management Coordinator Division Personality & Language Coordinator R&D

Eva Schirgi

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Patrick Schweighofer

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Business Informatics Coordinator Division Projects and Scientific Writing

Selver Softic

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Internationalisation

Lecturers & Research Scientists: Part-Time

Administration

Photo Gregor Begsteiger
Gregor Begsteiger
Photo Christina Berger
Christina Berger
Tamara Lehner
Photo Silvia Poschauko
Silvia Poschauko
Photo Stephanie Schmšlzer
Stephanie Schmölzer

Gregor Begsteiger

Office Manager

Christina Berger

Office Manager

Coordinator Student Services
Coordinator Internationalisation

Tamara Lehner

Office Manager

Silvia Poschauko

Office Manager

Coordinator Lecturers Coordinator Timetables

Stephanie Schmölzer

Office Manager

Coordinator Admission Process Coordinator Applicants and Potential Applicants Coordinator Concluding Processes Coordinator Marketing & PR

Captains

Hans-Jürgen Wels
Portrait von Gerhard Greiner
Gerhard Greiner
Portrait von Thomas Dietinger
Thomas Dietinger
Portrait von Martin Barzauner
Martin Barzauner
Portrait von Gerald Lassau
Gerald Lassau

Hans-Jürgen Wels

Captain

Managing Director Unycom GmbH as well as Captain of the Bachelor class WIN17

Gerhard Greiner

Captain

CEO, Infonova GmbH as well as Captain of the Bachelor class WIN15

Thomas Dietinger

Captain

CEO, DCCS GmbH as well as Captain of the Bachelor class WIN14

Martin Barzauner

Captain

CEO, Netconomy Software & Consulting GmbH as well as Captain of the Bachelor class WIN13

Gerald Lassau

Captain

CEO, Knapp IT Solutions GmbH as well as Captain of the Master class ITW15

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