Bachelor thesis

General application information

Application period

1 to 15 February, 1 to 15 June and 1 to 15 October of each year.

Application prerequisites
  • A successfully completed research seminar at the faculty
  • At least one elective course in business informatics or marketing
Course of Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems
Required application documents
  • Current grade excerpt from FlexNow
  • Filled application form (will be activated at the respective application periods)
Further notes
  • If you have successfully completed our bachelor seminar, we will offer you the supervision of your Bachelor thesis. Nevertheless, please fill out the application form and send your FlexNow grade sheet by e-mail.
  • All bachelor theses must be written in English

If you are interested in a bachelor thesis at the chair and fulfill all application requirements, please fill the application form and send your FlexNow grade sheet within the application period via e-mail to

Process for a bachelor thesis

A typical bachelor thesis process follows the following steps:


Current bachelor thesis topics

Title Method Supervisor
Human or Algorithm? A Systematic Literature on Individuals’ Preferences in Decision Making Literature Review Laura Schulze
Is this Algorithm Fair? Individuals’ Fairness Perceptions in the Context of Algorithmic Decision-Making Literature Review Laura Schulze
I have my Reasons – Analyzing the Causes for NOT Using Technology Literature Review Laura Schulze
Pay for Performance? Digital Business Models to Integrate Artificial Intelligence into Medical Care Literature Review Maximilian Grüning
How Can AI Help You? The Role of Artificial Intelligence as a Service Literature Review Maximilian Grüning
Would You Like to Share Some Data? Drivers for Data Exchange in the Healthcare Sector Literature Review Maximilian Grüning
How to Guide Human Decision-Making Under Privacy Risk? – Insights from Behavioral Economics Literature Review Richard Henkenjohann
Too Much of a Good Thing? Unintended Consequences of Information Security Literature Review Richard Henkenjohann
Disentangling The Black Box “Human” – A Review of Nonrationality in Information Security Literature Review Richard Henkenjohann
How Digital Platform Companies Manage the Paradox of Innovation and Control Literature Review Jonas Nienstedt
The Influence of Artificial Intelligence on Platform Power Literature Review Jonas Nienstedt
Understanding Privacy Risks of Data Platforms Literature Review Jonas Nienstedt

Do you have your own idea for a bachelor thesis in the research area of the chair? Please do not hesitate to contact us!