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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - School of Business and Economics

Teaching

Students are in the focus of our teaching. We want to enable them to be able to understand the basic concepts, to learn acquiring knowledge independently and, as following, implement it adequately within a given context. Based on these requirements the content and didactic components of our teaching are established.

Our teaching offer is mainly based on the main research focus of the department in order to provide teaching grounded on recent academic developments. Qualifications in the area of big data analytics is a capability frequently asked for on the labor market. Current estimates for the US-American space reveal a lack of professionals and executives of 1.5 million people by the year 2018. German and European markets also report extensive demand of analytically educated professionals.

The second cornerstone of our teaching offer is centered on the central topics of Business Information Systems. This includes e.g. the definition of the IT-strategy, the assessment of information systems as well as modelling and the optimization of the operation processes. Respective courses provide the knowledge that is indispensable for the modern IT-characterized entrepreneurship. Moreover, they ensure the balanced combination of general and specified lectures.

The teaching offer should be of equal interest for diverse groups of students: Business Administration, Economics, Business Information Systems, Management and Economic Science. For this purpose, we aim to achieve the balance between the subject and methodological knowledge. Furthermore, this knowledge is accompanied with business practice case studies.

 

Bachelor's courses

Following courses are offered for bachelor students:

Modul

Compulsory/  Non-compulsory

Format

Credit Points

Term

Marketing und E-Business Compulsory Lecture + Tutorial

4/6

StO/PO 2010(2/3)

Winter
Strategie, Organisation und IT Compulsory Lecture + Tutorial  4/6 Summer

Seminar Wirtschaftsinformatik

Non-compulsory

Seminar

2 / 6

Summer

Business Intelligence Systems

(Summer semester 2017 only the exam will take place, the course is offered regularly in the winter semester)

Non-compulsory

Lecture + Tutorial

4 / 6

Winter

Einführung in die Programmierung

(Grundlagen der Programmierung)

Non-compulsory Lecture + Tutorial 4 / 6 Summer


Master's Courses

For master students following courses are offered:

Modul

Compulsory/Non-Compulsory

Format

Credit points

Term

Applied Predictive Analytics

Non-compulsory

Practical Seminar

4 / 6

Spring

Digital Marketing & Web Analytics

Non-compulsory

Lecture + Seminar

4 / 6

n/a

Business Analytics & Data Science

Non-compulsory

(compulsory for master's WInfo) 

Lecture + Exercise Class 4 / 6 Fall

Seminar Advanced Information Systemst

Non-compulsory

 

Seminar

2 / 6

Fall

Advanced Data Analytics for Management Support (ADAMS) Non-compulsory Lecture + Tutorial 4 / 6 Spring

 

Writing a thesis

Requirements for writing a bachelor thesis:

  • Successful completion of one of the non-compulsory modules of Information Systems.
  • Successful completion of the Bachelor Seminar Wirtschaftsinformatik.
  • Interest in one of the research topics of our chair.

 

Requirements for writing a master thesis:

  • Successful completion of the seminar Advanced Information Systems
  • Successful completion of at least one additional module of our chair of Information Systems which actually are:
    • Business Analytics & Data Science
    • Digital Marketing & Web Analytics
  • Interest in one of the research topics of our chair

 

More information on bachelor's and master's theses can be found here: Theses

Current and interesting topics for theses can be found on Moodle

Frequently asked questions might already have been answered here: FAQ