Information Technology (IT)
Information technologies (IT) have become an integral part of everyday life. Thus, the career opportunities of IT graduates are as varied as the areas in which IT is employed.
Information technologies (IT) have become an integral part of everyday life. In simple terms, it is the process of using a computer to work with data. IT covers topics such as software (programming), hardware, and automation.
Advanced mathematics, physics, and computer science are the main subjects in IT degrees. Most universities also include business and management courses in their curricula.
IT graduates are hired in all industries as IT experts are needed in all fields of business. Many IT graduates also launch start-ups based on ideas they developed throughout their studies.
BIC Preparation Program to Bachelor
Diploma University of Applied Sciences
Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences
- B.Eng. Intelligent Systems Design (GER+EN, bilingual)
- B.Sc. Computational Visualistics and Design (GER)