Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science: Only a single subject is usually studied.
Semesters abroad during the second study phase are recommended.
With appropriate qualifications, honors study is possible.
Management Information Systems focuses on the possibilities of new, innovative technologies (e.g., mobile technologies and mobile business or social media) in business and public administration. The focus here is on internal information systems (e.g., enterprise social networks) as well as inter-company systems (e.g., Web-/Internet-based systems). Management Information Systems considers information systems from a holistic perspective, i.e., business models, processes and workflows, technologies and application systems and, especially, the people which use these processes and systems (e.g., employees in companies). The knowledge objectives relate to all questions of recognizing new potential through innovative technologies (e.g. new business models on the Internet or through innovations in areas such as IT security) as well as the analysis, design and use of information systems throughout their entire life cycle.
Due to the wide range of possible professions, graduates of the Business Informatics program are not limited to one field of activity, but can look for a job according to their own interests and preferences. This diversity is a big difference to other computer science majors, such as bioinformatics, geoinformatics or media informatics. The main work areas of business informatics specialists are: Internet and electronic commerce, management of business processes, groupware and workflow systems, data protection and data security issues, introduction and operation of standard software, Internet business, new business models and Internet technologies, consulting, project management, organizational design, data analysis (e.g. Big Data), management of information systems, consulting and training, and development and design of information systems to meet new challenges of the information society. Furthermore, a business management orientation is also possible. In this job profile, the focus is on issues relating to the development of new, innovative products and services (e.g., through the use of big data).
Obligatory six-week internship in a business
Study phase 1:
General Fundamentals, Quantitative Fundamentals, Information Systems, Computer Science.
Study phase 2:
General Information Systems, Internet Business and IT Security, free modules from the Faculty of Business and Economics.
Internet Business: electronic/digital markets and goods, development of new, technology-based business models of Internet Business, value networks and processes, social networks in companies, IT Security: basic functions of trustworthy systems, security management, web data and network security, public key infrastructures, malware, cryptography
The length of the program depends on the progress of an individual's studies. The standard period of study, the time in which the intended program can be finished ideally is 6 semesters. The actual time taken to complete the program may vary. It is limited by the examination deadlines set out in the examination regulations.
180 ECTS credits
German (individual events possibly in English)
In the winter semester
Interest in new technologies and their implementation in companies, business thinking and acting as well as interdisciplinary issues.
Yes, the study program is admission-restricted. Prospective students please apply at the Registrar's Office of the University of Regensburg.
General qualification for university entrance, subject-related qualification for university entrance or professional qualification.
Due to the fact that the study program is admission restricted, interested students have to apply at the University of Regensburg before enrollment.
End of the application period: 15.07.
For more information, please visit the website of the Registrar's Office.
After a successful application you can enroll. Information about the dates for enrollment and the required documents can be found on the homepage of the Registrar's Office.
No language certificates are required.
Information regarding German language proficiency for international applicants
Application for enrollment, university entrance qualification, valid identity card, new passport photo, student health insurance, proof of payment of semester fees, approval document
Academic Counseling of the Faculty of Business, economics and management information systems
Markus Lang (Degree Program Coordinator)
University of Regensburg - Faculty of Economics