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.
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
Approved study places
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Students acquire sound competences in the area of business system engineering (business informatics) and comprehensive management skills.
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.
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: Phase 1: 31.03.2021
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.
The path to your programme begins with registering. Once registered, you can apply online.
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.
After the application test you have a week’s time to submit further application documents online and to complete your application.
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.
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.
Captains and lecturers from well-known companies accompany students on their personal academic path, conveying the ideal mixture of theory and practice. Additional projects assigned by companies offer personal connections to the business world and life. Study extra-occupationally to learn from the best.
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.
Hone and extend your skills in practice-oriented projects and by writing a Master’s thesis. Besides being expected to work in a structured and scientific way, a particular emphasis is placed on your work’s close relation to business and IT.
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.