Business Administration with Informatics B.A.
Bachelor programme Business Administration with Informatics
At a glance
What? English-language study programme which focuses on the two key areas of “Business Administration” and “Information Technology”
For whom? For internationally active team players in business who would like to develop solutions in the field of applied informatics
Why? Multicultural environment, international student body, excellent employment opportunities
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This study programme has no admission restriction.
Proof of a language qualification is required.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Type of study
Beginning / Duration of course
Beginning: every winter semester (October)
Course duration: 7 study semesters (standard period), 210 credit points
Language of instruction
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Requirements & application procedure
- Higher education entrance qualification equivalent to the German higher education entrance qualification (Abitur). You can check country-specific requirements and information on proof of eligibility
- The proficiency of English language can be proven, for example by a with at least 575 points (paper-based), 232 (computer-based) or 91 (internet-based). Alternatively, a minimum score of 6.5 is necessary for the
Proficiency of German language is not necessary for this degree.
- An internship/work placement is not required
Application for Winter Semester
When applying for the Bachelor’s degree course Business Administration with Informatics, please make sure to choose the suitable application procedure for you. Applicants from Germany and the EU countries (including Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) should apply via the . Applicants from Non-EU countries should apply via .
What will the course be like?
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Who is the study course Business Administration with Informatics aimed at?
The study course is aimed at prospective students who want to acquire broad and application-oriented knowledge in business administration coupled with applied computer science skills as well as international competencies through improved English language and intercultural skills.
The study course is perfect for anyone who regards themselves as an internationally active team player in business and who would like to develop solutions in the field of applied informatics. The course combines a broad and comprehensive education in business administration with information technology. A focus is set on modern business enterprise tools such as SAP and e-commerce. Students from more than 65 countries, taught by international lecturers, already learn the characteristics of intercultural cooperation during their studies.
What career prospects does Business Administration with Informatics offer?
The objective of the BBA Bachelor’s study is, among other things, the development of analytical problem-solving skills. Employment opportunities for students are far superior if they can demonstrate practice-oriented knowledge, e.g. ERP software (SAP ERP) as well as practical experiences through co-operations with businesses. In addition, the international focus in modules such as Marketing, Innovation Management, Controlling, Business Law, Business Administration, Economics, and Net Economy further boosts international career prospects or applications for international Master’s programs.
For our consecutive Master’s program, please see , which focuses on the integrated acquisition of IT and leadership skills to address the increasing importance of information technology in (internationally) linked businesses.
Students' and Alumni voices
Bennet Achuo, Alumni
"The internationality of the programme is a plus. Seeing, meeting, and getting to know other international students has a comforting feeling. Added to that, the programme keeps improving year by year, adding the latest IT trends to its curriculum. One is never out of date with the newest IT tools. I chose BBA because it combines business knowledge with IT know-how. Learning business administration alone might just not be enough to be competitive and to have good chances in the job market. Not only have I learned theory, but have also gotten the opportunity to have a hands-on experience of the corporate world, which the programme rewards with academic credits."More Students' and Alumnis' voices
Anara Abdykhasimova, Student
"I have chosen the study program BBA for combining two majors that, in my opinion, are crucial for future career. Moreover, the study courses are held in English language, which encourages students to study in English while being in Germany. So both languages are constantly being used, improved and advanced."More Students' and Alumnis' voices
Dauren Kainazarov, Student
"Before I applied to the course “Business Administration with Informatics”, I knew only that I want to do something with the business but didn’t know what path exactly to choose. This course provided me with an opportunity to gather broad knowledge and experience in different parts of the business world and thanks to that I know in which specific area I want to become a specialist."More Students' and Alumnis' voices
Sophia Fangmann, Alumni
“The BBA study course taught me to think outside the box. This is especially helpful when working on complex problems in the business reality. The combination of business and IT knowledge enables me to work in the fast changing environment of tax consultants.”More Students' and Alumnis' voices
How is the study course structured?
The English-language study course provides you with a solid background in two core areas, each with their individual diverse applications and methods: Business, including Accounting, Logistics, Management, and Marketing, as well as Economics. IT, including ERP, E-Business and IT Introduction.
In addition, you will gain in-depth knowledge in English for Business Purposes as well as Academic English and hone the soft skills necessary for your professional development and future career.
Content of the study course
This study program focuses on the two key areas of “Business Administration” and “Information Technology” where graduates acquire comprehensive knowledge, experiences, and skills in Business (Business Administration I and II, Financial Accounting, Business Mathematics, Economics. Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Logistics) and in the information-related and strategy-oriented IT courses (Enterprise Resource Planning, Business Intelligence, Information Management Systems, Databases, E-Business).
A multicultural environment is ensured through English-language instruction and the international focus in all courses as well as the diverse international student body.
In addition to a broad core curriculum, you will be able to select compulsory elective modules from the areas of Business Administration, IT or General Economics as study focus. A continuous development of your soft skills and English language proficiency rounds out your profile.
During the final stage of your studies we support you with your thesis project which can be carried out with or without a praxis partner. You will be able to choose your topic independently according to your profile and interests.
Curriculum Business Administration with Informatics B.A.*
|International English Communication and Self-Management
|Communication in Global Business
|Competence in Business Activities
|English for Academic Purposes
|Advanced English Language and Academic Competence
|Advanced Competence in Academic Writing and Presenting
|Business Administration I
|Business Administration II
|Controlling & Auditing
|BA / IT Elective
|BA / IT Elective
|Final Thesis + Colloquium
|Management and Information Systems
|Problem Solving Using Spreadsheet Software
|Entrepreneurship and Innovation
|E-Business / Web Development
|Enterprise Resource Planning I
|Enterprise Resource Planning II
|*Only the German version of the Examination Regulations is legally binding
Further Information on Business Administration with Informatics B.A.
Consecutive Master's programmes on Soest campus:
This list is only an idea of possible consecutive Master’s degree courses. Prerequisite for a Master’s course is a subject-related qualification which is based, among others, on the field of study or specialisation chosen in the Bachelor's degree course. However, in addition to subject-related qualifications, the individual interest is of course also decisive. Therefore, the assessment of eligibility for the desired Master's course is an individual decision.