Curriculum Bachelor Information Engineering

Start of study as from winter semester 2021/22

The following curriculum plan for the Bachelor's in Informatics is valid as of the winter semester of 2021/22.

The table below shows how the six-semester Bachelor's in Information Engineering program is structured. 

Semester Credits Modules
    Informatics and Information Theory Mathematics Management Support Electives
1 30 Introduction to Informatics *)
6 Credits
Fundamentals of Programming *)
6 Credits

Introduction to Computer Organization and Technology *)
8 Credits

Discrete Structures *)
8 Credits
  Support Elective
2 ECTS
2 29 Introduction to Software Engineering
6 Credits
Operating Systems and Software
6 Credits

Algorithms and Data Structures
6 Credits

Computational Mathematics I: Linear Algebra
8 Credits
  Support Elective
3 ECTS
3 31

Fundamentals of Databases
6 Credits

 

Seminar
5 Credits

Computer Networking and IT Security
6 Credits
Information Theory and Theory of Computation
6 Credits
Computational Mathematics II: Calculus
8 Credits
     
4 31

Signal Processing
6 Credits

 

Business Process Management
5 Credits

Enterprise Architecture Management and Reference Models
6 Credits
Embedded Systems, Cyber-Physical Systems, and Robotics
8 Credits
Discrete Probability Theory
6 Credits
   
5 30 Bachelor Practical Course
10 Credits
Electives in Informatics
6 Credits
   

Electives in Management

12 Credits

Support Electives
2 Credits
6 29 Bachelor's Thesis
12 Credits
Bachelor's Colloquium
3 Credits
Electives in Informatics
6 Credits
  Electives in Management
6 Credits
Support Electives
2 Credits

*) Of the marked modules of the first semester, at least two must be successfully passed at the end of the first semester or in the following repetition (end WiSe/beginning SoSe). There is no retake option for these exams at the end of the summer semester.