B.Eng. Technische Informatik
Study programme of Wilhelm Büchner Hochschule
There are numerous interfaces between technology and information technology. They ensure, for example, that we buy our train tickets from machines and travel more safely by car. People, machines, and methods are united by Technical Informatics—and the development potential is enormous. This symbiosis will continue to produce groundbreaking innovations in the future. Cyber-physical systems are particularly significant in the context of digitalisation and automation. The basics of this are taught in this degree programme and then practically applied in the specialisations.
Why enrolling in this programme?
INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED DEGREE
This degree programme offers an interdisciplinary and academic education that is multi-accredited and globally recognised.
START AT ANY TIME
There are no fixed start or semester dates. You can start your studies at any time.
FREE TRIAL PERIOD
Test your distance learning programme free of charge and without obligation. If you are not satisfied, you can simply cancel your study contract within the first four weeks without incurring any tuition fees.
SUPPORT ALL AROUND
Personal contacts such as study advisors, professors, and tutors are available to answer all your questions throughout your studies.
Study materials are available in both printed and digital form, so you can study any time and anywhere. At the online campus you will find webinars, learning videos, selected specialist literature, software tools, digital flashcards as well as exercises and practice exams.
FLEXIBLE ORGANISATION OF YOUR STUDIES
With a mixture of self-study, voluntary, or less compulsory attendance events and individual communication with professors, tutors, and fellow students, you can organise your studies according to your wishes.
Accreditations & awards
The Wilhelm Büchner University of Applied Sciences has been state-recognised by the Hessian Ministry of Science and Art since 2008. This recognition gives you the assurance that all Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes correspond to the programmes offered by state universities in terms of the level of their learning content and objectives.
Institutional accreditation by the Science Council in 2016 for a period of five years.
Accreditation of the study programmes by the renowned accreditation agencies ACQUIN (Accreditation, Certification & Quality Assurance Institute) and ZEvA (Central Evaluation and Accreditation Agency Hanover).
State approval of each Bachelor's, Master's and certificate study programme by the ZFU (State Central Office for Distance Learning).