Information Management (Bachelor)
|Type||Lecture + exercise course|
|Instructor||Prof. Dr. Christian Meske|
|Scope of Course||4 hours per week; Workload: 180h / Semester|
|Number of Places||60|
To enroll, register for the course with the Campus Management system during the registration period. Please note that the number of participants is limited!
The lecture Information Management is part of the specialization "Information Systems" in the B.Sc. study course „Business Administration".
The area of information management includes the entirety of management tasks in matters of the computer assisted information and communication system used in a company. As a function of management, information management supports the efficient and effective processing of data. The course will present the main goals and challenges of information management. It will also examine appropriate methods of operational and strategic information management, as well as provide a close look on the computer-assisted information and communication system as a medium of design and structuring. During this, relevant methods of academic work in the context of Information Systems are illustrated and put into practice. In addition to these basic course contents, current topics will be discussed, e.g.:
IT-Entrepreneurship and new business models
Business analytics and Big Data
Information and knowledge management in the Enterprise 2.0
Holistic process orientation
The lecture is structured into class and exercise sessions. During class sessions, fundamental topics concerning Information Management are covered. Directly afterwards, knowledge on these topics is deepened during exercise sessions. Both events take place in the campus; they are supplemented with and supported by e-learning elements.
The course "Information Management" regularly takes place during the summer semester.