The short duration of the studies qualifies the students for working life and lays down the IT-specialised fundamentals for a direct career entry. The combination of the three subareas provides also excellent career prospects. These subareas offer a broad quality for various occupational fields in the area of information processing. One focus in particular lies in the job profiles concerning the implementation, operating and further development as well as the design and self-development of application software. There are also additional job possibilities in freelance and self-employed occupations.
Companies like SAP or the Software AG as well as companies of the energy- and environment sector register an increasing demand of qualified computer scientists with knowing in the field of business and sustainability. The branch association BITKOM expects 10000 new jobs in the IT in 2011 (Source: BITKOM: Branche im Stimmungshoch)
Beyond that there is the opportunity of deepening the acquired knowledge in one of the consecutive Master’s studies (Applied Computer Science, Media Computer Science, Digital Product Development: Mechanical Engineering) at the Environmental Campus.