Computer Science and Business Administration - Bachelor's Degree


Short Description 

People who enjoy working together with others, communicating and are also interested in computer science and business will find that the Informatics and Economy study programme at the HTW is just right for them. The programme conveys fundamental knowledge in computing as well as business administrative skills, thus opening up attractive and dynamic fields of work for graduates. What makes the Informatics and Economy study programme at the HTW so special is that it is only open to women. Students have the time and space here to discover what they’re capable of – and what computers can do. Learning is even more fun in a team with other women. There are plenty of computers for everyone – every woman has access to a workstation during the exercises.

Information for Applicants 

German Name:Informatik und Wirtschaft
Department:Economics II
Duration:6 Terms
Start:Winter Term
Pre-study Internship:-
Special Admission Requirements:Restricted Admission, Woman Courses of Study
Detailed Information:Informatik_Wirtschaft_BA.pdf (This page is only available in German)

General Information 

Location:Campus Wilhelminenhof
Homepage of the Programme: (This page is only available in German)
Homepage of the department: (This page is only available in German)
Module Description:-
Course Schedule Including General Electives (AWE):-

Contact Persons 

Study Programme Director:Prof. Dr. Juliane Siegeris
Study Programme Advisor:Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörn Freiheit, Prof. Dr. Dagmar Krefting
Pre-study Internship Advisor:-
Internship Advisor:Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörn Freiheit
BAföG Advisor:Prof. Dr. Dagmar Krefting
Chairperson of the Examination Board:-
Contact the department’s office of administration with any organisational enquiries about e.g. procedures concerning illness or final theses.

Study Programme Regulations 

Applicable guidelines have been established which regard general study programme procedures concerning any prerequisites, subject matter and curricula, as well as relevant examination procedures and regulations.
Study Programme Regulations (This page is only available in German)

All study programme policies are based on applicable institutional regulation guidelines.
Regulation Guidelines (This page is only available in German)
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