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B.Sc. Business and IT

IU International University of Applied Sciences
Berlin, Germany
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time, Online
3 years
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About this course

Business professionals who have a technical IT background are in high demand. The IU Bachelor of Business and IT will prepare you for top career roles in IT and technical companies around the world. You’ll gain fundamental technical expertise and skills in communication, management, and business processes that will make you an attractive candidate in the fast-paced and rapidly developing IT industry. With IU, you can study 100% online, on campus, or switch between both with their new flexible studies option.

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:
- Proof of eligibility to study at a university in your home country. This may include but is not limited to Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate such as A-Levels, IB, etc.
- The only other academic admission requirement is to successfully pass two admission courses within the first 12 months of your studies. The passed courses will be acknowledged.

English Level:
- Proof of English skills.
- If English is your native language or you graduated from an English-speaking school/university, you do not have to prove your English skills.


Semester 1:

  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Business 101
  • Introduction Academic Work
  • Mathematics 1
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Object-oriented Programming with Java

Semester 2:

  • Collaborative Work
  • Corporate Finance and Investment 
  • Data Structure and Java Class Library
  • Statistics- Probability and Descriptive Systems
  • Introduction to Process Management

Semester 3:

  • Fundamentals of IT and ERP Systems
  • Web Application Development 
  • Programming Information Systems with Java EE
  • Management Accounting 
  • Intercultural and Ethical Decision-Making 
  • Software Quality Assurance 

Semester 4:

  • Data Analytics and Big Data
  • Purchasing, Procurement and Distribution
  • IT Law
  • IT Project Management 
  • Project Software Engineering 
  • International Marketing 

Semester 5: 

  • Principles of Management 
  • Seminar: Software Engineering 
  • Digital Business Models 
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Electives A

Semester 6:

  • Electives B
  • Electives C
  • Bachelor Thesis 

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