1 Module compendium of the Master s degree course of Information Systems Information Management: Managing IT in the Information Age Information Management: Theories and Architectures Process Management: Workflow Management Process Management: Process Modelling in Production Business Networks: Supply Chain Management Business Networks: Enterprise Application Integration Business Intelligence: Management Information Systems Business Intelligence: Data Analytics Elective Module Seminar Module Master s thesis
2 Semester Master of Information Systems: Course Schedule Information Management Process Management Business Networks Business Intelligence Winter term Managing IT in the Information Age - Managing the Information Age Organization - IM Tasks and Techniques Workflow Management - WfM and Petri Nets - Formal Specification Supply Chain Management - SCM and Logistics - Inter-Organization Systems Management Information Systems - Data Integration - MIS and Data Warehousing Summer term Theories and Architectures - Information Management Theories - Information Systems Architecture Process Modeling in Production - Information modeling - PPC Enterprise Application Integration - EAI - Security Data Analytics - Data Analysis and Data Mining - Customer Relations Winter term - Project Seminar - Seminar Seminar Module Elective Module - Two Modules (5 CP) - or additional Module (10 CP) Summer term - Thesis - Research methods Master s thesis
3 Information Management: Managing IT in the Information Age 1 Module Name Managing IT in the Information Age 2 Organising Institute / Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein and Dr. Alexander Teubner 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / This module introduces the students to managing IT in light of the challenges of Teaching Goals / the Information Age. As a foundation, students learn about information processing in business. They also become acquainted with the specific challenges Teaching Form managers face in an information economy and tools provided by management studies. Based on a sound knowledge of information processing as well as a well-founded understanding of modern management practice, students learn about the specific tasks of Information Management. The lecture Managing the Information Age Organization provides students with a sound understanding of management and management studies. Based on this, students are confronted with management challenges prevalent in the information age. While doing this, special emphasis is laid on how the firm s information and communication abilities affect its capabilities to compete in the information economy. Moreover, students from different educational backgrounds are provided with a common understanding of information processing in business from a managerial point of view. In order to join learning success with efficiency, the course incorporates self-study elements and online tutorials. Thus, students from different educational backgrounds can customize the learning process to their specific needs. The lecture Information Management Tasks and Techniques introduces the students to senior executives duties in managing the organization s information and communication capabilities. These include tasks such as strategic information planning, strategy implementation, sourcing and organizing the information function. The IM tasks are structured in a comprehensive framework which is based on management theory. While identifying critical IM tasks and responsibilities, the course provides basic methods that can be applied to cope with them. The lecture is accompanied by an exercise which gives students the opportunity to consolidate their newly acquired knowledge and apply IM methods to typical problems. This is done by means of case studies. 5 Relation to other Modules This module links to the contents of the Business Networks and Process Management modules with respect to methods for IS planning. Managing the Information Age Organization (Lecture) 2 Managing the Information Age Organization (Exercise) 2 Information Management Tasks and Techniques (Lecture) 2 Information Management Tasks and Techniques (Exercise) Prerequisites The module presupposes basic knowledge of Business Administration as well as knowledge of Information Technology and its application in business. Each winter term 8 How often is the module 9 Duration of the module One term 10 Repetition opportunities Each term The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
4 Information Management: Theories and Architectures 1 Module Name Theories and Architectures 2 Organising Institute / Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein, Dr. Alexander Teubner, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Hellingrath 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / The module Information Management: Theories and Architectures is concerned with the theoretical foundations and historical developments of Infor- Teaching Goals / mation Management. It deals with more conceptual and theoretical approaches to IM issues in contrast to the module Managing IT in the Information Teaching Form Age, which focuses more on practical issues. 5 Relation to other Modules Information Management Theories: This course deepens the students theoretical understanding of IM. It introduces important management theories, including et, resource and capability based theories of IT as well as competitive advantage, productivity theory, organization theory of IS and theories on sourcing and governing the information function. Moreover, on the basis of this theoretical knowledge, critical issues of IM are discussed in the light of the current controversial academic discussion. Information Systems Architecture: This course stresses the aspect of IM as an engineering discipline, in contrast to being a management discipline only. The Information Manager has the role of an architect of the corporate information infrastructure. The course motivates the need for an organization-wide IIS plan. It introduces the central concept of information architecture and provides students with methods for planning such architectures. Information Management Theories (Lecture + Class) 4 Information Systems Architecture (Lecture) Prerequisites The module requires a basic understanding of Information Management. Each summer term 8 How often is the module 9 Duration of the module One term 10 Repetition opportunities Each term The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
5 Process Management: Workflow Management 1 Module Name Workflow Management 2 Organizing Institute / Prof. Dr. Jörg Becker and Prof. Dr. Herbert Kuchen 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching Goals This module presents the foundations of process management. This includes the presentation of a methodological approach, of relevant IT tools, and of appropriate formal specification languages. Course Workflow Management and Petri Nets first introduces the fundamentals of process management. With a focus on administrative, economical, and organizational aspects a methodology for process design and management is presented together with an introduction to tools that can support it. The basic concepts of workflow management are presented in the context of standardized frameworks (e.g. WfMC Reference Model). Core concepts such as resources, roles, activities, data, or the workflow lifecycle are discussed in detail. Based on these, the conceptual relationship between process models and workflows can be investigated. The model used here are Petri nets for process modeling, for which appropriate tool support is available that even helps with organization as well as data modeling. Moreover, students learn how to specify and use workflow management support as an IT technology supporting process management. This is rounded off by an introduction to modeling language for specifying such systems. The exercises running along the course help applying the material in case studies so that students will be enabled to manage processes themselves. Course Formal Specification first presents the relevant mathematical background for a specification of processes, including first-order logic. Thereafter, common specification languages such as Z, VDM, B, OBJ, or OCL are introduced. In exercises running in parallel to the course, the use of theorem provers and model checkers is trained, so that students are enabled to prove a given software system implementation correct. Being able to formally specify and to understand formal descriptions is an important prerequisite for independent scientific work. 5 Relation to other Modules Lecture Workflow Management and Petri Nets 3 Exercise Workflow Management and Petri Nets 1 Lecture Formal Specification 3 Exercise Formal Specification Prerequisites 8 How often is the module The module requires a basic understanding of Business Process Management concerns Each winter term The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
6 Process Management: Process Modeling in Production 1 Module Name Process Modeling in Production Prof. Dr. Jörg Becker 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching Goals The module Process Modeling in Production takes on an in-depth analysis of previously imparted teaching contents from both a theoretical ( Information Modeling ) and a practical ( Production Planning and Control ) perspective. The lecture Information Modeling provides the theoretical foundation of the core method of the Information Systems discipline. Central aspects of this domain such as method engineering, language engineering and meta modeling are part of the curriculum. On this basis more sophisticated concepts like reference modeling and adaptive reference modeling are introduced. Finally, evaluation methods for modeling languages and information models become subject matter of this lecture. The Production Planning and Control Systems (PPC) lecture addresses the adaptation of process modeling concepts to the manufacturing sector. Taking an integrated process perspective data structures, information flows and business functions relevant to this domain are presented. The course encompasses processes like material management, capacity management, computer aided design, computer aided manufacturing, and computer aided quality assurance in an integrated manner. 5 Relation to other Modules Information Modeling 3 Information Modeling Tutorial 1 Production Planning and Control 3 Production Planning and Control Tutorial Prerequisites Void 8 How often is the module Each summer term The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
7 Business Networks: Supply Chain Management 1 Module Name Supply Chain Management Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Hellingrath 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching Goals This module studies companies in the context of business ecosystem, i.e. interorganizational relations of variable density to different stakeholders. It will explore the contingencies and strategies that lie behind the evolution and use of interorganizational IT infrastructures and applications (IOS). We will study the impact of IOS on distributed forms of value generation such as electronic ets, various types of networks, value webs or alliance, including outsourcing relationships, or integrated companies. The Web is seen as the breeding ground for innovative business models. 5 Relation to other Modules Interorganizational Systems The IOS course links three perspectives: industrial organization (specifically business networks), technology (IOS) and strategy (Electronic Business). Drawing on case examples as well as theoretical concepts, the configuration and management of networks as well as the design and impact of IOS will be discussed. This discussion will be informed by various disciplines including economics, strategic management, organization theory, information management and IS development. SCM and logistics Supply chains are a specific instance of networks. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) course elaborates vertical linkages across companies. It will specifically address issues of supply chain coordination and optimization (the bull whip effect) as well as collaborative planning approaches. SCM is well embedded in the tradition of logistics and operations management. Both courses will combine lectures and exercises such as case studies. Interorganizational Systems (Lecture + Exercise) 4 Supply Chain Management (Lecture + Exercise) Prerequisites The module presupposes basic knowledge in Electronic Business. Each winter term 8 How often is the module The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
8 Business Networks: Enterprise Application Integration 1 Module Name Enterprise Application Integration Prof. Dr. Herbert Kuchen 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching Goals Several technologies for the intra- and inter-organizational integration of information systems are presented, among them EJB, CORBA, and web ser- vices. Moreover, suitable software architectures are introduced. Also, security aspects are treated, e.g. mechanisms for encrypting and signing documents and for restricting the access to information systems. The participants learn how to apply these technologies in practical applications. This is mainly achieved by corresponding assignments. The required knowledge for these assignments is conveyed by the accompanying lectures. 5 Relation to other Modules Lecture Enterprise Application Integration 4 Exercise Enterprise Application Integration 2 Lecture Security Prerequisites 8 How often is the module Basic skills in programming and software engineering as conveyed in the Bachelor in Information Systems are assumed. Each summer term The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
9 Business Intelligence: Management Information Systems 1 Module Name Management Information Systems Prof. Dr. Jörg Becker and Prof. Dr. Gottfried Vossen 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching In this module the techniques for data analysis that have been presented before Goals are extended. A collection of tools and techniques is presented that can be applied in modern data integration tasks; these range from view construction in heterogeneous distributed databases to Web services and mash-up APIs. A major application of data integration is investigated in the context of data warehouses, which play an important role in modern management information systems. The concepts of Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) are demonstrated from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. The Management Information Systems course presents a basic understanding of the construction of such systems from the point of view of business administration and information technology. It starts from an overview of various application systems for management support, then turns to data warehousing, OLAP, and data mining, and discusses current convergence trends. An emphasis is placed on data warehouse-based OLAP systems. Starting from Riebel s theory of accounting, the economic concepts underlying these systems are analyzed. The importance of meta-data is discussed, and a development method for OLAP systems is designed which derives its foundations from general modeling techniques. Specifically, a novel technique for multidimensional modeling is presented and compared to alternative approaches. Extensions of the base technique allow a definition of advanced key figures, an integration of keyword and tagging systems for general content, or building connections to additional models. The support of individual tasks by appropriate tools such as SAP R/3 or MicroStrategy is trained. In a case study students will learn to perform the various development phases. Guest lectures and student presentations provide additional content to the course. Relation to other Modules This course can be a prerequisite for subsequent project seminars. Data Integration 4 Management Information Systems and Data-Warehousing 3 Exercises MIS and DWH Prerequisites Experience from Data Management (including relational databases, ERM, SQL) as well as from undergraduate business classes is expected. Each winter term 8 How often is the module The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
10 1 Module Name Data Analytics Business Intelligence: Data Analytics Prof. Dr. Ulrich Müller-Funk 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching Goals The module comprises Lectures on data analysis and data mining: generalities, data preprocessing, regression, classification, clustering, interdependence- and association analysis Lectures on customer relations to smooth the way to eting: basics, aims and concepts of CRM, scoring techniques, campaigns etc. A SPSS tutorial The module is intended to provide a thorough understanding of those statistical techniques that form the analytical basis of quantitative eting. 5 Relation to other Modules The track Business Intelligence ideally complemented by electives from eting and by a seminar, offers a way to start a career in database management and the like. Lecture Data Analysis and Data Mining 4 Lecture Customer Relations 2 Exercise (integrative) Prerequisites The students are supposed to be familiar with the basic concepts from probability theory and statistics. Each summer term 8 How often is the module The final is composed of the of a written exam and the s for the course assignments, such as exercises, case studies, or presentations. The composition of the final will be announced early on.
11 1 Module Name Elective Module Elective Module Prof. Dr. Herbert Kuchen 3 Registration No specific registration is required for attending lectures, but the regulations of 4 Contents / Teaching Goals Either: Selection of two modules with 5 CP, both from the Minor programs of the Master program of the department of Business Administration, namely Basis Accounting, Basis Finance, Organisation und Personal, Strategisches Management, Krankenhausmanagement and Basis Marketing. Preconditions defined for the selected modules have to be obeyed. Seminar modules are excluded. The module Advanced Market Research is excluded. Or: Choosing 10 CP out of the not previously enrolled modules within IM, PM, BN and BI Or: Choosing 10 CP out of the Computer Science master program (please consult the coordinator before) 5 Relation to other Modules Elective Module I and Elective Module II or Module previously not enrolled from BI, PM, BN or BI Prerequisites 8 How often is the module see module descriptions 9 Duration of the module see module descriptions 10 Repetition opportunities see module descriptions The is composed of the results of the two courses with 5 CP each (50 % for each) or it is the of the single module with 10 CP see module descriptions
12 1 Module Name Seminar Module Seminar Module Prof. Dr. Herbert Kuchen 3 Registration Registration is required. Furthermore, the regulations of the examination office have to be taken into account. 4 Contents / Teaching Goals The contents correspond to current research topics. Besides methods and knowledge with relation to the addressed subjects several soft skills are conveyed, e.g. in presentation, writing of scientific texts, and collaboration in teams. 5 Relation to other Modules The contents taught in the IM, PM, BN, and BI modules may be prerequisites of this module. Seminar 4 5 Project Seminar (practical course) Prerequisites 8 How often is the module Concrete Seminars and Project Seminars may require certain modules from IM, PM, BN and/or BI. Each term The is composed of the results of the seminar (5 CP) and the project seminar (15 CP). Seeking and reading relevant literature, presenting the material and writing a corresponding report. The project seminar may also include assignments in analyzing requirements, modeling, designing and implementing information systems.
13 Master s thesis 4 Contents / Teaching Goals 5 Relation to other Modules 1 Module Name Master s thesis / All professors 3 Registration Registration is required. Furthermore, the regulations of the examination office have to be taken into account. With his master s thesis the student is supposed to prove his ability to take part in the scientific process by doing a small piece of research and write an appropriate paper on it. The thesis should have a length of approximately 80 pages. Course SWS CP / ECTS Writing the thesis Research Methods 30 7 Prerequisites 60 credit points 8 How often is the module Each term (16 weeks) The is composed of the equally weighted s of the first and the second supervisor. Writing of and fulfilling the requirements for a master s thesis.
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