Competences


In addition to general competences, such as recognising and understanding business processes and research methods and acquiring skills for personal development, growth and life-long learning, graduates of the Business Informatics I programme also gain subject-specific competences, such as:

  • understanding the basics of macro- and microeconomics and knowledge of fundamental economic ideas and questions,
  • knowledge of financial planning and ways of financing a company,
  • understanding the importance of the connection: organisational structure – company strategy – organisational culture,
  • recognising the role and significance of organising, running and managing a company; acquiring qualifications for project work and for devising contemporary forms of organising, running and managing a company or organisation,
  • knowledge of the methods of modelling and analysing business processes,
  • recognising the role and significance of business informatics within a business entity; the ability to develop business information systems in a working environment,
  • the ability to plan and develop components of complex information systems, such as: modern technologies of business application development and data modelling; the use of software development tools, security technologies, and operation systems and networks; modern methods and techniques of business process management,
  • awareness of the security issues of electronic commerce,
  • recognising problems that can be formulated in mathematical terms, and the right approaches towards solving them,
  • the ability to manage information relevant to decision-making, knowledge of decision support systems, and the ability to choose the appropriate method of decision-making when solving business problems in a working environment,
  • knowledge of the basics of business information system (BIS) auditing, of analysing BIS-frauds, and of risk assessments when designing a BIS,
  • detailed knowledge of the modern forms and types of computer crime that can be committed by company management and other organisations in commerce,
  • the ability to plan, assemble and analyse large quantities of data,
  • the ability to choose the correct statistical method when compiling statistical analyses and the ability to interpret the results.

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