The Information Engineering and Management program equips students with the fundamental concepts of computer
science, business management as well as private and public law.
Furthermore, students choose areas of specialization that prepare them for one of numerous career tracks based on
their interests and strengths.
In the field of computer science students acquire the essential skills in information management, telematics,
software engineering and cryptography based on a sound background in mathematics. In addition, students can choose
from a broad array of areas of specialization.
In the field of economics and management students learn the essentials of business administration, economics,
and operations research prior to choosing a specialization. For example, graduates are educated to be professionals
in providing information services, establishing electronic markets, and designing innovative forms of organization.
As a result of law studies, students acquire an intuitiveness for legal issues which may arise in the field of
information engineering and management. Besides a fundamental understanding of private and corporate law as well
as labor and tax law, the program focuses on data privacy, intellectual property and communication law in an
Each year, only a limited number of seats are available in the Information Engineering and Management program.
Keeping the student body in this program to about 80 students promotes a strong feeling of community as well as a
high student/faculty ratio.