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Thursday, 20 October 2022, 6:00 pm, Rotkreuz
Combine business administration, information technology and communication in a single degree program that adapts to your needs. You can opt for a full-time, part-time or work-study format and choose to start in either September or February.
Thursday, 20 October 2022, 6:00 pm, Rotkreuz
By creating an online video course for Java programming, Nicola Brandenberg has authored a bachelor’s thesis with the potential to help many students.
The bachelor’s thesis of Business Information Technology graduate Michèle Curiger was set in a retirement home. It was designed to show whether the elderly are keen to communicate with robots. It did not quite turn out as expected.
How can blockchain technology and the IoT enhance supply chains? Five prototypes designed by students of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts highlight possible applications.
One person’s electronic scrap is someone else's new start. With his project “Wir lernen weiter” (“We continue learning”), student Tobias Schär has already equipped people in need with more than 300 laptop computers.
About 45% of the contents of the study program can be freely compiled from an extensive module catalog.
In the second half of the study program, you can adopt an individual focal point with your own choice of major.
You can complete the degree program in a full-time format (three years), work-study format (four years) or part-time – in order to accommodate your studies and family commitments or elite-level sports.
Gain an insight into the practical Business Information Technology degree program and learn more about the job of business information expert once you have completed your studies.
It’s up to you: start your degree program in September (autumn semester) or in February (spring semester).
To help carry your projects through to completion, you can take advantage of the Enterprise Lab with its integrated mainframe and the Networking Lab, as well as a security and microcomputer infrastructure.
The information events at the Lucerne School of Computer Science and Information Technology provide an overview of the available bachelor's programs and a glance into the day-to-day life as a student. Depending on the format, you have the opportunity to learn more about one, two or even three study programs and to talk to current and former students.
The taster lessons for prospective students provide a glance into the various modules and the curriculum as a whole. To the taster lessons.
Mike is studying Business Information Technology at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. In the video, he explains what background knowledge and foundations are required to join the Business Information Technology degree program and why he decided to study full-time. (Video is in German)
Bachelor in Business Information Technology
Graduates can design innovative, high-quality information systems before implementing and managing them in companies and administrative bodies.
Outstanding diplomas (for example the vocational baccalaureate certificate) can be submitted later.
September und February
CHF 200.– registration fee
CHF 800.– per Semester
Overview of fees
If you wish to pay your tuition fees using Bitcoin, please contact us on +41 41 228 42 42 or at email@example.com.
In the “International Project Experience“ Supplementary Module, teams of students work together abroad on (practical) projects. To date, the IPE has taken place in Silicon Valley, but the location is subject to change without notice. Students spending a limited amount of time on a foreign campus is also an option. For a glance at previous instalments of the module, go to www.hslu.ch/en/lucerne-school-of-information-technology/degree-programs/bachelor/wirtschaftsinformatik/einblick-ins-studium/
Students also have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad at one of our partner universities. Semesters abroad are available from the fourth semester of the program.
Contact and additional information:
Full-time: 6 SemesterWork-study: 8 Semester
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Flyer Bachelor in Wirtschaftsinformatik (Only in German)
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