|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Christian Becker|
|Type||4L + 2E|
|Form of assessment||Written (90 min) or oral examination|
|Registration||Not required. To get access to the course material, please enter the module in the Portal2.|
|Applicable for||M.Sc. Management, M.Sc. Business Education|
|Start||Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - noon in M003|
This module will provide essential knowledge of the technological foundations of information systems. Based on this, students will be able to assess technology but also to contribute to design science related courses.
The students will learn basic concepts of computer hardware (von Neumann architecture) and system software (operating systems concepts), programming fundamentals (Java), as well as algorithms and data structures (searching, sorting, lists, hash-tables, trees). After this module, the students will be able to understand the basic architectures of modern information systems. They are able to model problems and solve them using standard algorithms and programming languages.
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