Integrated Application Systems - Lecture M.WIWI-WIN.0002
Study course for Master Students
|Frequency||Every summer semester|
|Type of event||Lecture, presence required|
|Exam prerequisite||Successful work on three case studies|
|Examination||Written exam (120 min)|
ContentAt the beginning of the course, the theoretical foundations in the context of integration theory are introduced. In addition to horizontal and vertical integration, this also includes implementation in integration concepts and technical framework conditions such as electronic data interchange. This theoretical basis is subsequently illustrated by practical examples of integrated information processing in various economic applications.
Learning GoalsThe students should…
- be able to know, explain and judge the basic application system types and the general theory of integration
- be able to describe, explain and analyze selected current trends
- be able to describe, explain and analyze selected application systems
- be able to learn team-, communication-, organizational and presentation skills
Further information about this event can be found in the Course Catalogue..