The area of Business Informatics covers information and knowledge as well as information-processing processes in organizations and society. It therefore builds the interface between humans, organizations, and information technology. The subjects of the research-driven teaching are thereby information and communication systems in economics and society, especially the analysis, modeling, design, implementation, and evaluation of such systems. Besides the primarily computer science-oriented approach, the success of such systems requires the consideration of technical, economic, and social aspects. Thereby, computer science and economics are combined.
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Admission to a master degree programme is conditional on the successful completion of a relevant bachelor programme or other equivalent degree programme at a recognized Austrian or foreign post-secondary institution. The programme comprises at least 180 ECTS credits, which correspond to three academic years.
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