The teaching profile of the Department consists primarily of the designing, development and validation of Information Systems in accordance to business needs, focusing first and foremost on the business technology aspect: computer and network architecture, operational systems, software engineering, system engineering, development of mobile and web applications, database management.
In consistence to our profile, Business Informatics, both on BSc and MA levels, has been built up from the educational portfolio aforementioned. Business Informatics students can choose from a variety of vision broadening and base subjects, such as Application Development, User Interfaces and Business Logics while the courses of Applied Informatics – Spreadsheet Models in Business, Internet (Webpage creation) and Database Management in Practise are available for every student across the faculty.
The Department is also responsible for the management of many ongoing base subjects that are available within different programmes, granting education to more than 1000 students on a yearly basis. The topics of the researches that are being conducted by the department are connected to its profile as well. The department can show fascinating results in areas such as Data Mining, Optimizing Algorithms, Stochastic Modelling, E-government and Supply Chain Management. The associates of the department are also taking part in local and international tenders regularly.