B.Sc. Information Systems
Bachelor of Information Systems at a Glance
|Standard period of study:||6 semester (7 semester within Global Track)|
|Semester start:||March (spring term) and September (fall term) |
Note: If you cannot make it on time for semester start because of visa delay, you can start your studies online. Please contact our study advisor.
Bachelor of Science
|Campus:||Dortmund, Munich, Hamburg|
|Accreditation:||FIBAA, German Accreditation Council (process running)|
|Semester abroad:||Two integrated: one compulsory, one optional|
|Practical experience:||20 weeks compulsory internship, workshops, excursions|
Study Information Systems - Drive Business Success with IS Expertise
A degree in Information Systems (IS) at ISM offers an unique blend of technical and business skills that enhance your employability, career versatility, and the ability to drive technological innovation within an organization in the future. With the on-campus Bachelor in Information Systems you will acquire exciting knowledge in the management of information systems: whether Programming, Computer Science, Information Security or E-Business Technology - the Bachelor of Information Systems brings you closer to a variety of subject areas and thus combines the basics of business administration with current trends & challenges of business information technology.
Driving forward the conception and analysis of information processing systems, getting to know IT trends better or recognizing market interrelationships - the business information systems course provides you with the knowledge you need to become a sought-after IT specialist in national and international companies.
Thanks to exciting lectures in the areas of management fundamentals (business studies & economics), basic skills (rhetoric & project management) as well as industry-specific focal points, the bachelor of information systems provides you with a business management basis with individual focus. For example, lectures are offered in the areas of digital business, data science or software engineering.
If you are studying Information Systems, your studies will be strongly oriented towards the current industry change with consulting projects, workshops and experienced lecturers from the business world. You will also develop new skills and implement them through integrated internships in Germany or abroad.
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Interested in pursuing a Bachelor's program at ISM? Do you have questions about the study contents, application, deadlines or the tuition fees and financing? Then join us online and learn more about our English-taught full-time programs during our "Online Info Session" on November 9, 2023, from 2:00 p.m. CET (German time). If you have any questions in the meanwhile, please contact our study advisors or book a free online consultation appointment.
Benefits of Studying Management Information Systems
The study of management Information Systems (MIS) offers numerous benefits in today's technology-driven world. First, it equips individuals with a solid understanding of both business and technology. This interdisciplinary knowledge allows them to bridge the gap between technical experts and business professionals, facilitating effective communication and collaboration.
Second, MIS graduates have the skills to analyze complex business data, identify patterns and make informed decisions. They can use technology to improve operational efficiency, optimize processes, solve business problems and drive innovation.
Third, an information systems degree prepares individuals for diverse career opportunities in multiple industries, as every enterprise relies on technology and data management. Information systems professionals play a crucial role in organizations by ensuring the effective design, implementation and maintenance of information systems that support the organization's objectives.
Frequently Asked Questions:
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What exactly does a Data Scientist do?
Information Systems professionals are individuals who specialize in managing and leveraging technology to support and enhance business operations. Huge amounts of data are created through the multitude of interactions. Companies have realized that data analysis of business processes is a key success factor.
Customer information such as purchase behaviour, transactional, demographic and geographic data helps companies optimize and target customer experiences. At Acxiom, MIS program students were able to get hands-on experience and learn about digital data consulting and the use of geo-coordinates or cluster analyses for information systems management purposes. An exciting insight into the many ways to analyze, combine and use data.
Discover International Information System Trends
Studying business information systems means not only acquiring business and computing knowledge, but also understanding structures and processes on an international level. In order to prepare you for an international career as a business informatics specialist, this Business Informatics program includes:
- intensive language training with English as the lecture language as well as optional lectures in French or Spanish,
- an integrated semester abroad at one of around 190 partner universities, and
- an optional second semester abroad.
How Can I Apply?
To gain entry to the Information Systems course you can simply register for an entrance test at ISM which asseses your abilities, motivation and personality.
Where Can I study the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems?The exciting undergraduate degree around the information systems management, business analytics and computer systems is offered in Dortmund, Munich and Hamburg.
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