Content and goals of the course
- Students are confronted with international IS challenges in interdisciplinary business contexts.
- We teach you how to address real-world IS problems and to create application-oriented solutions based on sound methods rooted in robust theoretical frameworks and a well-founded evidence base.
- Contents, topics and case studies of this semester will be provided in cooperation with the chair’s business and research partners. Details will be presented in the kick-off.
The course consists of several seminar sessions. Work will be done in groups of three to five students. The kick-off takes place on May 11, 2017 at 6 pm in room 4.154 LG.
Course Registration for the summer semester 2017
Please apply until April 28, 2017 by using the following Google Form: Registration
Registration is mandatory.
Grading and Exam ID
- Grading: seminar paper, midterm and final presentation.
- Exam ID: 37503