The use of business software systems (Business Information Systems) for the efficient implementation of business processes is as natural as it is widespread in companies today. However, the dynamics of the megatrend of digitalisation present companies with enormous challenges in managing their network of integrated business information systems, which has grown over many years, developing them innovatively and keeping them fit for the future. The business data held in these systems is also increasingly in the foreground as the basis and result of companies' business activities, as it forms the foundation of data-driven decisions and business models. With Business Information Systems Engineering, our German language Master's degree programme at THI, you will prepare yourself professionally and methodically for activities in these extremely practice-relevant subject areas.
Business Information Systems Engineering (M. Sc.)
Master of Science (M. Sc.)
Summer & Winter
Yes Admission information
Yes Dual Offers
The degree programme focuses on two fields of competence that are in high demand in application companies and IT consultancies: Firstly, the business process-driven realisation of business information systems, their integration and the conceptual management of entire system landscapes at company level. Secondly, professional and technical handling of business data in such systems and landscapes.
In addition to these thematic focuses, the degree programme offers you individual options: Decide for yourself where you would like to specialise further.
To do this, you can choose specialised elective modules from the Master's programme Cloud Applications and Security Engineering. Here you build up competences in further highly topical subject areas.
In the subject-specific, practice-oriented modules of the degree programme, you will also gain experience with modern tools and systems that are widely used in companies, such as SAP HANA. This is rounded off with a project, typically in collaboration with a corporate partner.
With this Master's degree from THI, you will be ready for successful career advancement in the context of modern business software systems and business data management - whether in industry or in the academic field, for example via a doctorate.
High-performance data storage systems
Business data design and management
Enterprise Architecture Management
Specialist Elective Module 1
Specialist Elective Module 2
Integration and Migration of Application Systems
Digital Process Engineering
IT-Consulting und Management
Specialist Elective Module 3
Applying for a degree course
Students may only begin their degree in the winter OR the summer semester. Please note that this Master's programme is held in German. If you would like to apply, please be sure to include proof of at least level B2 of German, or higher, in your documents.
Applications for this degree may be submitted through the online application system from 2 May to 15 July or Nov. 15 to Jan. 15 each year.
To gain admission to the programme, applicants need one of the following qualifications for university entrance:
- Abitur (European Baccalaureate, A-Levels, High School Diploma)
- Fachhochschulreife (Vocational Baccalaureate)
- Fachgebundene Hochschulreife (Specialised A-Level)
Please find details on application on our Master application from abroad-sites
Graduates can work in any company or industry in which business software systems are used. This degree programme prepares you to take on specialist and management tasks in the following subject areas:
- Development and implementation of business software systems
- IT architecture and IT architecture management
- Management and governance of business and, in particular, master data
Typical job or role titles in companies in this context are:
- Software development / software engineer for enterprise applications
- Enterprise Application Integration Specialist
- Data Architect / Master Data Specialist / Data Governance Expert
- Application / IT Consultant
- Solution Architect, Domain Architect, IT Architect
A module handbook describes the modules belonging to a degree programme. It contains information on admission requirements, learning content and objectives, ECTS points, duration, workload, literature, types of examinations, lecturers and module leaders of the modules and courses of the respective degree programme.
Study and Examination Regulations
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