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IS 555 Computational Thinking II

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Christian Becker and team

Coordination

M. Sc. Janick Edinger, M. Sc. Martin Pfannemüller

Type

2L

ECTS

4

ID-number

IS 555

Prerequisites

non formal, however, having attended the IS 554 is recommended

Course Language

English

Form of assessment

Written (45 min)

Registration

Not required. To get access to the course material, please join the module in the Portal2.

Applicable for

M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Business Education, M.Sc. Economics

Start

Monday, February 11, 2019 (1:45pm in O145)

Summary

This module focuses on advanced topics in information systems. Based on the introduction (IS 554) core concepts of information systems and current trends in information technology are discussed to provide a deeper understanding of the digital world.

Learning Outcomes

Computational Thinking II enables participants to understand topics in information systems which are relevant in our everyday life. The pervasiveness of information technology in our professional and private lives increases the need understand how these systems work and how they can be used in a secure way.

Students in this module will learn about the following topics:

  • Security and Encryption
  • Networking
  • Cloud-, Grid-, and Edge-Computing
  • Graphical User Interfaces and Web Applications
  • Databases
  • Internet of Things and Industry 4.0