Industrial Management

Applied IT 2 (Advanced Business Solutions)

Integrated course, 3.00 ECTS

 

Course content

IT Management
• Process of devising a requirements and specifications list
• Phases of a software project: procedure models

Applied IT
• Basic principles of programming according to applied examples
• Physical computing

Learning outcomes

Students are able to
• work efficiently with IT applications to solve technical and business problems.
• develop the capacity to understand and discuss all aspects of applied ICT.
• devise standard individual software for industrial management
• apply IT-management based on an example of a software development process (requirements and specifications list, prototyping)
• technical programming using the example of micro-controller hardware.

Modern ICT significantly influences operational conditions for enterprises. The use of ICT, however, does not necessarily to ideal outcomes. With this in mind, interaction with ICT systems fosters field-specific and methodical expertise.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Books:
• Hansen/Neumann: Wirtschaftsinformatik 1 (Grundlagen und Anwendungen)
• Stahlknecht/Hasenkamp: Wirtschaftsinformatik
• Holey/Welter/Wiedemann: Wirtschaftsinformatik
• Tiemeyer (Hrsg.): Handbuch IT-Management
• Hansen/Neumann: Wirtschaftsinformatik 2
• Magenheim/Müller: Informatik macchiato
• Held: VBA mit Excel
• Strobl/Brunner: Excel Advanced
• Gerths/Hichert: Geschäftsdiagramme nach den Success-Regeln gestalten
• Banzi: Getting Started with Arduino
• Brühlmann: Arduino-Praxiseinstieg
• Boxall: Arduino-Workshops - eine praktische Einführung mit 65 Projekten

The lecturer agrees to pass on an updated list of recommended literature to the students in accordance with the syllabus.
Journals:
• Make, Magazin der Maker Media, Inc.
• Wirtschaftsinformatik

Mode of delivery

Integrated lecture

Prerequisites and co-requisites

none

Assessment methods and criteria

Exam and continuous assessment