IT-Recht & Management 3
Department of Applied Computer Sciences

IT Law & Management


The Master’s programme explores the challenges of digitalisation at the interface between IT, law and management: from privacy & data protection, e-government and IT compliance, to burning issues such as sustainability, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and cybercrime.

Did you know, …

… that the part-time master degree programme is designed to fit in with career and family commitments?

Around 60 % of the programme is taught through e-learning, making it accessible for students with jobs and families. Students are only required to be present on campus for one weekend (Friday and Saturday) each month.

Did you know, …

… that you’ll undertake your own project?

You’ll plan and execute an interdisciplinary project based on your own practical experience or as part of a research project. The focus of your project is secure data and networks from the viewpoint of IT legislation.

Did you know, …

… that the programme offers an interesting specialisation for lawyers, and that any law modules completed can be credited towards the course?

The programme can also be undertaken by law students during their court internship. Prospective students must have knowledge of information technology applications – students can gain any necessary IT credits by taking courses on the bachelor programme in Software Design whilst simultaneously studying on the master programme.

Did you know, …

… that we offer the ideal combination of subjects for IT experts who want to extend their legal expertise and management know-how?