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Bachelor: Public Sector Informatics


The disciplinary border separating economy, politics, management and culture in former times becomes blurred, multidisciplinarity wins increasingly in meaning. Information and communication technologies as a driver of these changes become more and more relevant in the management oriented political and administrative sciences. To understand the new challenges resulting from this development, students are getting an introduction to public sector informatics and business informatics in this module.
By the use of selected concepts, models and tools the different functionalities, operation areas and chances of modern information and communication technologies are demonstrated for administrative and business praxis.
Thus a basic understanding is produced for organisational process and the use of computers and IT-systems to the fulfilment of public tasks and economical interests.

The students receive a general idea about the possible field of application of information and communication technologies in political, administrative and economical context. They are enabled to work independently with new models and technologies and to apply this knowledge to existing political, administrative and economical theories and context.
The programming of computers is no component of the module.

LV 123191 E-Government - Introduction to Public Sector Informatics (Spring Term)

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  • Public Sector Informatics, Electronic Government and Electronic Governance
  • Players of E-Government in the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Secure Documents: Files, Certificates, Data Privacy and Data Security
  • Secure Communication: Identification, Signatures, Delivery, Trust
  • Open Government: Opening of State and Administration
  • E-Participation: Citizen Involvement with the Web 2.0
  • Transparency, Open Budget and Open Government Collaboration
  • Open Innovation in the Public Sector and Open Societal Innovation
  • One Stop Government and Portals for the Public Sector
  • Use of Information Technology in the Civil Service: Identities & Civil Registers
  • Use of Information Technology in the Finance, Tax and Customs Administration
  • E-Justice: Use of Information Technology in the Justice
  • E-Health: Use of Information Technology in the Health Administration

LV 123192 Information Systems & E-Business - Introduction to Business Informatics (Fall Term)

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  • Informatics
  • Business Informatics
  • Planning, Building And Running of Information Systems
  • Information Management, Data Management And Knowledge Management
  • Office Information Systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Internet, World Wide Web, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0
  • Portals and Marketplaces
  • Electronic Business and Electronic Commerce
  • Management Supporting Systems
  • Business Intelligence

Master: Public Sector Informatics, Business Informatics and Media Informatics

The disciplinary border separating economy, politics, management and culture in former times becomes blurred, multidisciplinarity wins increasingly in meaning. Information and communication technologies as drivers of these changes possess a large relevance for management oriented politics and administrative sciences. In order to understand and to master the challenges resulting from this development, the students receive a deepened knowledge of public sector informatics and business informatics based on selected cases where information and communication technologies are used to modernize the public sector.
With this module, the existing knowledge should be deepened and the understanding of new technologies should be strengthened. The aim is that students will learn the relevance and the possible uses of information technologies for government modernization, organization and process.
The students acquire knowledge of current trends, new concepts, models and tools of the information technology. They become familiar with possibilities in the political and in the public sector and should be able to solve situations where they have to prepare and to make strategic decisions with using new technologies. The programming of computers and computer networks is not part of the module.

LV PPM 243121 Electronic Government (Spring Term)

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  • Philosophy, Methods and Models of Public Sector Informatics
  • Digitale Verwaltung 2020 - The e-government strategy of the new federal government
  • Cross-government Collaboration with the IT Planning Council
  • Public Sector Reforms and Disruptive Transformation through ICT
  • Citizen Line D115
  • Points of Single Contact 2.0
  • Social Media in Public Administration
  • Open Government and Transparency 2.0
  • National Action Plan Open Government Data
  • Open Societal Innovation for the Public Sector
  • Open Budget 2.0
  • Citywikis and Regiowikis
  • E-Government in T-City Friedrichshafen
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  • The Digital Government 2020
  • National G8 Open Data Action Plan for Germany
  • Open NRW – Idea and Reality
  • Parliamentary Openness
  • Limits for Openness, Publicity and Transparency
  • Internet of Things in the Public Sector: Verwaltung 4.0
  • Smart Government and Smart Agencies
  • Smart Cities
  • Open Innovation in the Public Sector
  • Liquid Democracy
  • Open Access
  • Social Communities and Citizenship 2.0
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  • Methods of Business Informatics
  • Internet of Systems: WWW, E-Business and E-Commerce
  • Internet of Humans: Social Media, Social Commerce, Apps and Web 2.0
  • Internet of Data: Big & Open Data and Semantic Web
  • Internet of Things: Intelligent Objects and Cyberphysical Systems
  • Internet of Services: Cloud Computing and Web Services
  • Industry 4.0: Smart Factory and Open Business Process Chains
  • Energy 4.0: Smart Grids and Electro-Mobility
  • Mobility 4.0: Smart Transportation
  • Connected Cities and Regions: Smart Cities and Smart Countries
  • Smart Home, Smart Living and Green IT
  • Future of the Health Industry in the Digital Age
  • Future of the Book Trade in the Digital Age
  • Future of the Department Stores in the Digital Age
  • Future of Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft & Co in the glassy NSA-Age
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  • Transformation in the New Media Economy
  • The Disruptive Transformation Power of Social Media
  • The Future for Newspapers and Publishing Houses in the Digital Age
  • The Future for Radio Stations in the Digital Age
  • The Future for TV Stations in the Digital Age
  • The Future for Movie Production in the Digital Age
  • The Future for Musicians and Music Production in the Digital Age
  • The Future for Imagination Arts in the Digital Age
  • The Future for Performing Arts in the Digital Age
  • Open Culture
  • Augmented Reality
  • Data Journalism