Information Management


Letztes Update: 15.04.2022
Bereich: Datenbanken, Netzwerkdesign und -administration 155, Management und Verwaltung 343
Umfang 4 Semester / 120 ECTS
Abschluss: Master of Science (MSc)
Kosten: prinzipiell keine Studiengebühr (außer ÖH-Beitrag)

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Über das Studium:

The Master's degree programme Information Management explores selected areas of the Bachelor's degree programme in greater depth and offers additional opportunities for individual specialisation. Students reinforce their business expertise within the focus area Business Administration, and expand their knowledge in one of the specialisations from the fields of Informatics, Information Systems, and Information Management. In doing so, special emphasis is placed on coupling business administration expertise and information technology know-how. The degree programme aims to convey the knowledge required in order to manage computerized information systems in businesses and inter-company networks, both in terms of business administration and in terms of information technology. A compulsory practical placement and lecturers from the industry rond off the practice-oriented profile of the degree programme.


This is what makes the degree programme so special.

The degree programme comprises elements from the field of Informatics and from Business Administration.

If desired and following consultation with the competent supervisor, the Master thesis can be written in English.


    Required subjects:

    • Informatics (12 ECTS)
    • Information Systems (12 ECTS)
    • Information and IT Management (12 ECTS)
    • Complementary Skills (4 ECTS)

    Elective subjects:

    • ´Specialisation in Information Management (16 ECTS)
    • Specialisation in Business Economics (16 ECTS)
    • Internship, Advanced Social and Academic Skills, Supplementary Subject (16 ECTS)

    Optional Subjects (6 ECTS)

    Master's Thesis (26 ECTS)

    Total: 120 ECTS


    Your skills are our mission. This is what we can teach you.

    Students completing the Master's degree programme Information Management learn how to develop information technology solutions from the business administration perspective, and to apply these in the practical setting. They are well-equipped to

    • design, introduce, support, and develop information systems and networks that are typical for e-Business, working beyond corporate borders if necessary.
    • operate the interface management between business application and system technology from the specification analysis, to the functional specification document, and finally to the system design, and consequently provide project-based support for development processes.
    • accept the responsibility for the entire internal information system in small and medium-sized companies, including the necessary Informatics solutions.
    • independently develop and manage small-scale software applications for businesses.
    • utilize their acquired theoretical and methodological expertise to conduct independent research in the scientific sphere.

    Berufsaussichten / Jobs:

    Best prospects. Your professional opportunities.

    Graduates occupy leadership positions in the middle and upper management levels of private and public companies, as well as non-profit organisations. The participation in university and non-university research institutions also represents a possible field of professional activity.

    The employment spectrum of our graduates is very broad and covers the following areas, amongst others:

    • Controlling
    • Financial Management
    • Production and Sales Management
    • Organisational or information sphere
    • IT services and software production


    Prospective students who apply for admission to a Master’s degree programme taught in English must provide evidence of English language proficiency at the required level at the time of application.


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