Business Informatics (B.Sc.)

Language of Instruction: German


Study to create impressive solutions that people can really use

Business computing specialists work at the interface between different worlds and create solutions that connect people, technologies and business processes.
We prepare you for fascinating tasks such as:

  • Working on a network that unites colleagues throughout the world.
  • Developing a bookkeeping system that makes invoicing more reliable and allows complaints to be dealt with professionally.
  • Being involved in a technical innovation that provides information as to exactly where a posted package is currently located.


1st – 3rd SEMESTER


Informatics: Programming, Introduction to Business Informatics, Internet Technologies, Operational Models and Standard Software, Database Management Systems

Business: Introduction to Business Administration, Accounting and Company Financing, Managerial Accounting, Company Management, Personnel Management, Organisation, Logistics Management,  Marketing

Management Skills: Presentation Techniques, Rhetoric, Text Competence, Moderation, Leadership Competence as well as Mathematics and Statistics

Languages: English  


Work placement Contents:

You can select your work placement yourself. The Harz University of Applied Sciences will help and support you. Alternatively, you can use the fourth semester to study abroad.  



Lectures and seminars in the areas of Informatics, Business and Management Skills as well as selections from the following areas: Strategic IT Management, Business Process Management Using SAP as an Example, Requirements Engineering, Distributed Database Systems, Business-to-Business Management, Logistics Management, Change Management, International Management, Project Management

Methods of teaching and learning:

Lectures, seminars, group work, simulation exercises, project work, laboratory work  



Bachelor's work placement, bachelor's thesis, bachelor's colloquium


Business computing specialists not only work with information and communication systems, they also work on the "system" human-machine interaction. This includes all questions and tasks resulting from the technology. Our graduates work in positions such as:

  • Consultant in the introduction of standard business software
  • Project Leader (for example in the customising of standard software)
  • Project Manager for IT projects
  • Specialist for application systems
  • Programmer of business applications
  • IT Controller
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Prof. Dr. Can Adam Albayrak

Programme Coordinator

Faculty of Automation and Computer Science
Tel +49 3943 659 304
Room 2.002, Haus 2, Wernigerode
Visiting Times nach Vereinbarung per Email

Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Informatics

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Standard period of study: 7 semesters

Start of studies: winter semester