Seminars in the winter term 2020/2021
In the current term, the Chair of Business Computing and Operations Research offers the seminars... [more]
Exam review - BWiWi 1.14 (Introduction to Business Informatics)
The exam review for the exam on August 13, 2020 will take place on October 19, 2020 from 10:00 a.m.... [more]
We commemorate our secretary Iwona Wüster
We knew Iwona Wüster as a sincere, friendly and competent colleague and friend who always had an... [more]
Seminars in the current summer term
In the current term, the chair of Business Computing and Operations Research offers the seminar... [more]
Corona crisis: Availability of the chair team
Unfortunately, due to the corona crisis, no office hours can be offered on site. However, we can be... [more]
Proseminar: Integrated Information systems
Computer-supported information systems, for example the SAP Enterprise Resource Planning System (SAP ECC) represent the level of development reached by business information systems. At the same time, these systems support a wide range of business functions. In the proseminar students will deal with topics in selected areas of application in the field of Business Administration and how they can be realized in computer-supported and integrated information systems. The choice of topics is function-specific as well as sector-specific.
In line with the proseminar is the foundation course; Introduction to the Didactics and Methods of Presentation. The main focus here will be; how to give a talk, how to use the library and technical databases when carrying out field-specific research.
The objective of this proseminar is to enable students carry out autonomous scientific work, learn how to present their findings before an audience as well as overcome possible inner barriers to public speaking.
If you have any questions concerning the lecture please turn to:
- Lecturer: Volker Arendt
Summer term 2020:
Information will be revealed at a later date.
The Seminar contains the preparation of a course work and a presentation in form of a lecture. Attendance is mandatory. Two times of absence will lead to the exclusion from the seminar. Successful participation will be certificated.