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Master Degree Programme in
Information Technologies & Business Informatics

In the Master Degree Programme in Information Technologies & Business Informatics students expand their knowledge previously acquired in a relevant Bachelor or Diploma degree programme. They have the opportunity to systematically qualify themselves as IT professionals. The extra-occupational Master degree programme connects daily professional activities with a comprehensive IT management qualification and consists of course units with small groups of students, all taking place in a predefined and manageable time frame of 3 semesters.

The degree programme at a glance:

Facts

3
Semesters

Extra-occupational

Ideal for working professionals who want to develop further and for school graduates without professional experience who want to enter the working world during the Master degree programme.

Classes

Extra-occupational: 17 weeks/semester
Generally Fridays 13.45 – 21.30 and
Saturdays 08.00 – 16.00
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:

Diplom- ingenieurIn, Dipl.-Ing., DI

Approved study places

40

ECTS —> 90 CREDITS
Tuition fee: 363.36
Per semester. Plus Austrian National Union of Students’ contribution (currently 19.20 €) for EU and EEA nationals

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

Location

Focus

Students acquire sound competences in the area of business system engineering (business informatics) and comprehensive management skills.

 

BUSINESS & INFORMATICS

The degree programme trains IT professionals of tomorrow that have an interdisciplinary understanding in both fields. The social competences that go along with this training complement the students’ profiles.

 

Application process

  • 01Online registration
  • 02Written admission test
  • 03Submission of further documents
  • 04Personal interview conducted by an admission committee

Note: The Master Degree Programme in Information Technologies & Business Informatics is predominantly held in German. Therefore the application process is also done in German.

Application deadline: End of July

Admission criteria

The admission criterion for the Master Degree Programme in International Marketing is a completed, subject-relevant Bachelor or Diploma degree programme from a recognised, postsecondary academic institution in Austria or abroad.

The two-level system of academic training (Bachelor’s and Master’s) also allows graduates from other degree programmes and other home and foreign universities of applied sciences to study a Master’s degree at CAMPUS 02.

Further information

Further Information

Birgit Scherr

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

The Path to Your Programme

Appliation deadline: 31 July 2017

Online Registration

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

MA Application Test

During the online application you can choose your preferred Master 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.

Application

After the application test you have time to submit further application documents online. Mandatory documents however, should be submitted before the test.

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.

Modern Information Technologies

as a solution for challenges in management

Due to the change in significance and the steady development of information technologies in business and management, IT managers increasingly share their time between IT, on the one hand, and management, on the other. In future, demanding business tasks, such as increasing efficiency in business processes, need to be supported by the effective use of IT solutions. In order to do so, sound knowledge in the area of business system engineering and comprehensive management skills are required. Interdisciplinary knowledge, social skills and mastering modern management tools and systems are the main skills which IT professionals possess.

The principal focus of the Degree Programme therefore lies in the areas of business system engineering, information technologies and IT management, IT consulting, and service engineering.

 

Network Multifaceted Careers Research in Teaching
Grafik Personlity Development

The organisational structure of the degree programme is oriented towards the needs of professionally active students. Course units take place on Friday afternoons/evenings and on Saturdays. In addition, there are also distance learning elements to the programme, enabling students to undertake course work independently of location and time. The programme’s modules are designed in a way that the acquired knowledge can be tested on specific issues in business: projects and case studies complemented by presentations and discussions. At the end of the degree programme, students write a practice-oriented Master’s thesis.

The degree programme delivers tools and methods for innovating and designing the service range of our students’ companies as well as skills for budget and finance planning. In combination with in-depth knowledge of electronic business processes and their implementation in the context of business-wide IT strategies, students are able to implement and manage modern ITs in their companies. To complement our students’ qualification profile and make them successful IT managers, they learn about liability in the internet, business law, contract law and service level agreements.

Students acquire essential knowledge for developing new and smart services in a goal-oriented and methodological way as well as for controlling the quality of these services.

Semester: 01 02 03

Timetable

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1. Semester
2. Semester
3. Semester
5 ECTS
Communication 1
4 ECTS
Compulsory Elective Module: Business Administration and Management
7 ECTS
E-Service Engineering
3 ECTS
General Management
6 ECTS
IT Management
4 ECTS
Selected Topics in IT Innovation 1
3 ECTS
Software Quality und Application Lifecycle Management
5 ECTS
Business Intelligence
4.5 ECTS
Communikation 2
5 ECTS
Compulsory Elective Module: Business Informatics 1
2.5 ECTS
Law
6 ECTS
Master's Thesis
7 ECTS
Selected Topics in IT Innovation 2
2.5 ECTS
Systems Engineering
2 ECTS
Communikation 2
8 ECTS
Compulsory Elective Module: Business Informatics 2
24 ECTS
Master's Thesis
30 Credits
30 Credits
30 Credits
90 Credits

The Best Career Opportunities

There is only a small number of qualified applicants available for ever increasing tasks in the IT industry. In upcoming years, the IT industry will continue to grow and offer qualified generalists with interdisciplinary competences best job and career opportunities, especially in management. Due to their interdisciplinary training, Master graduates are promising employees whose fields of activity are at the interface between technology and business. Career opportunities range from senior manager positions in IT projects and demanding consulting activities to management tasks on a strategic level.

Fields of Activity

  • IT management: CIOs (Chief Information Officers) are technical senior managers with sound business knowledge that design digital business applications and e-business architectures, control development processes, lead employees and function as classic IT consultants for internal and external customers
  • IT consulting in terms of “IT innovation services and business systems engineering” with a focus on organisation development, optimisation and design of business processes using information and communication technologies, and especially in terms of consulting for IT development projects
  • IT entrepreneurship requires the contribution to the development of IT and internet-based business ideas, and also encompasses their technical realisation in dynamic start-up environments.
  • IT engineering as the basis for planning and implementing complex IT projects. In the degree programme, modern technologies are taught in-depth and complexity handling is practiced.

Views & Voices

Portrait von Michael Mauthner
Through the constant developments in modern information technologies, many different fields of activity have quickly come to the forefront. For that reason, it is important to round off technical training with a Master Degree Programme that is broadly diversified through the implementation of compulsory elective subjects. Through the organisational structure oriented towards working professionals, the qualifications acquired enable direct knowledge transfer to professional activities.
Michael Mauthner
Bachelor Graduate 2011, Master Graduate 2016
CEO, netWERKER Mediahaus OG

Team

Head of Degree Programme

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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
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Angelika Höber
(currently on maternity leave)
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Xiaoshan Liu
(currently on maternity leave)
Egon Lüftenegger
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Elisabeth Pergler
Eva Schirgi

Stefanie Hatzl

Research Assistant

Angelika Höber

Research Assistant

Xiaoshan Liu

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Egon Lüftenegger

Research Assistant

Elisabeth Pergler

Lecturer & Research Scientist

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

Eva Schirgi

Lecturer & Research Scientist

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Patrick Schweighofer
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Selver Softic

Patrick Schweighofer

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator Division Business Informatics
Coordinator Division Projects and Scientific Writing
Coordinator Technology Enhanced Learning

Selver Softic

Lecturer & Research Scientist

Coordinator International

Lecturers & Research Scientists: Part-Time

Administration

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Silvia Poschauko
Portraitfoto von Birgit Scherr
Birgit Scherr
Portraitfoto von Verena Tretter
Verena Tretter

Silvia Poschauko

Office Manager

Coordinator Lecturers
Coordinator Timetables

Birgit Scherr

Office Manager

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

Verena Tretter

Office Manager

Coordinator Student Services
Coordinator International

Captains

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Gerhard Greiner
Portrait von Thomas Dietinger
Thomas Dietinger
Portrait von Martin Barzauner
Martin Barzauner
Portrait von Gerald Lassau
Gerald Lassau

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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