Master of Sience
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Modes of study
4 semesters (full-time), 7 semesters (part-time)
no tuition fees (the university only charges semester fees each semester)
The focus of the Business Computing degree programme lies on conveying management skills as well as strategic and scientific capabilities From a technical point of view, the degree programme aims to provide an understanding of quantifiable processes. The emphasis here is on the development of theories and models, strategic planning and analysis of processes, project management as well as project implementation.
Objectives of the degree programme are:
- Strategic and conceptual thought
- Ability to communicate and work in a team
- Ability to work independently and responsibly
- Information technology
- Business computing
- Business administration
- Master's thesis
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Advanced Data Warehousing / Data Mining
Strategic IT Management
Information Technology Law
Enterprise Application Integration
E-Business (B2B Collaborative Business)
Elective Module: Business Administration/ Introduction to Business Psychology and Business Sociology
Elective Module: Business Computing
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As an interface between business administration and information technology,
business computing leads to work in a range of different areas, including:
- Manufacturing and service businesses in the private sector
- Management consultancy firms, banks
- Municipality, district, state or federal authorities
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General admission requirements
Specific admission requirements
- The knowledge and skills required to gain entry onto the Master's degree programme must be verified by a first qualification at higher education level (diploma, bachelor) in accredited degree courses in telematics or business computing.
- Graduates of other degree programmes fulfil the admission requirements, provided that these degree programmes include courses, the contents of which are based on:
- at least 8 credit points with a combined total covering object-oriented programming or databases and
- at least 8 credit points with a combined total covering ERP systems, business application systems, data analytics or operations research and
- at least 12 credit points with a combined total covering accounting, finance and investment, logistics, marketing, personnel management or production management.
- To be admitted to this degree programme, overseas applicants must possess sufficient German language skills. This may be demonstrated with an overall grade of DSH-2 or better from the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für Hochschulen (DSH) language exam.
- To demonstrate proficiency in English, applicants for the Master's degree programme have to:
- a) have appropriate language proficiency equivalent to at least B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The annex lists the certificates which are accepted, provided they are not more than two years old. For examinations or certificates older than two years, the languages officer at TH Wildau will make a decision on case-by-case basis as to whether the applicant’s language skills are sufficient.
b) have successfully passed all technical English modules stipulated in the bachelor's or diploma study programme qualifying for this master's degree programme at a university belonging to a member state of the European Union and provided the certificates do not show a level lower than that stated in a), or
c) pass a written and oral test, which tests level B2, with the competent language tutor at the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau.
You can apply to TH Wildau online. All the information you need to apply can be found on our central application page.