Introduction of the focus of software engineering

The teaching objective of our Research Group for Business Informatics and Software Engineering is to educate our students with well-founded knowledge and concepts of software engineering. These include especially architectures, patterns and internet technologies. Our students learn to evaluate and adopt new technological developments. The perspective of a programmer or an expert for a single technology is not sufficient for this purpose. Therefore, we teach a perspective that is oriented on innovation and management. As usual in the field of Business Informatics, the focus of the education is based on the process level. 

As a part of the teaching and research group of business informatics in Essen, we are proud to prepare our graduates for their working life in an excellent way, so that they can choose between many alternatives of working offerings. There also is a great feedback on side of the employers who confirm the high quality of our education. We are also open-minded for the influence of business informatics and software engineering in practice to form our education offering. Nevertheless, there is a scientific approach that must be considered. 

Overview of the curriculum

Here you will find an overview of the entire range of courses offered by the chair. The majority of the courses are offered every second semester. Details on the concrete courses of the current semester can be found below.

Courses in winter term 20/21

(Language: German) Vorlesung (Blended Learning)

Einführung in die Wirtschaftsinformatik (EWI)

Online
Prof. Dr. Stefan Eicker
BWL-Ba-2006-V2013LA-WiWi-BK-Ba-2011-V2013LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ba-2011-V2013LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ba-2011-V2013LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ba-2011-V2013VWL-Ba-2013WiInf-Ba-2010-V2013
Einführung in die Wirtschaftsinformatik

(Language: German) Übung (Blended Learning)

Einführung in die Wirtschaftsinformatik (EWI UEB)

Online
Gero Strobel, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. J. Peter M. Schuler
Robert Woroch, M. Sc.
BWL-Ba-2006-V2013LA-WiWi-BK-Ba-2011-V2013LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ba-2011-V2013LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ba-2011-V2013LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ba-2011-V2013VWL-Ba-2013WiInf-Ba-2010-V2013
Einführung in die Wirtschaftsinformatik

(Language: German) Vorlesung mit integrierter Übung und Selbststudium

Fortgeschrittene Programmierkonzepte (FPK)

Online-Learning mit virtueller Sprechstunde (09.11 16:00-16:45; weitere Termine nach Bedarf) + 2 SWS Selbststudium
Online
Prof. Dr. Stefan Eicker
Robert Woroch, M. Sc.
Tobias Brogt, M. Sc.
WiInf-Ba-2010-V2013
Fortgeschrittene Programmierkonzepte

(Language: English) Vorlesung (Prerecorded) and Live Q&A

Concepts of Web Engineering (CWE)

Di 16:00-17:00
Online: Zoom, s. Anhang
Prof. Dr. Stefan Eicker
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. J. Peter M. Schuler
WiInf-Ma-2010
Concepts of Web Engineering

(Language: German/English) Casestudy

Applied Concepts of Web Engineering (ACWE)

nach Wunsch
ohne Anwesenheit
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. J. Peter M. Schuler
WiInf-Ma-2010
Applied Concepts of Web Engineering

(Language: German/English) Seminar

Seminar Wirtschaftsinformatik und Softwaretechnik (SEM)

Prof. Dr. Stefan Eicker
Barbara Schiller, M. Sc.
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. J. Peter M. Schuler
AI-SE-Ba-2017LA-gbF-kbF-BK-Ma-2014WiInf-Ba-2010-V2013WiInf-Ma-2010
Seminar Wirtschaftsinformatik und Softwaretechnik

(Language: German) Bachelorprojekt / Masterprojekt

Bachelor- und Master-Projekt "Wirtschaftsinformatik und Softwaretechnik" (PRO)

07.10.2020 11:00-12:00 Uhr
Online: Zoom
Dipl.-Wirt.-Inf. J. Peter M. Schuler
Robert Woroch, M. Sc.
Tobias Brogt, M. Sc.
Gero Strobel, M. Sc.
WiInf-Ma-2010
Bachelor- und Master-Projekt "Wirtschaftsinformatik und Softwaretechnik"