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Master of Information Systems

The consecutive Master's degree course in Information Systems is due to start in the winter semester 2025/2026.

Information Systems is characterized as an interdisciplinary, conceptually and methodologically sound and at the same time professionally and labor market-oriented science, which to this end builds a bridge between computer science and economics. In addition to contributions from these two disciplines, the degree program offers a common Information Systems core that focuses on the socio-technical design of information systems with special consideration of all three levels of human-task-technology systems.

In this way, experts are trained who not only understand complex systems and application contexts, but can also effectively design their strategic operational use. The interdisciplinary orientation enables the simultaneous penetration of computer science components with an understanding of processes in organizations, markets, innovations and start-ups.

The Master's degree course in Information Systems is a full-time, on-campus course with a standard duration of four semesters (two years) and leads to the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.).

Information on the modules and study plans will follow shortly.