|Deggendorf Institute of Technology||7 Semesters|
|Bachelor of Science||Onsite|
The Bachelor’s program, Health Informatics, enables its graduates to carry out both scientifically founded and ethically insightful work on the basis of a systematic approach. The integrated practical study semester, which takes place in selected healthcare institutions, organizations, and businesses in close coordination with the DIT, helps to achieve this goal.
In achieving the outlined qualification goals, the program’s applied orientation is of special importance.
The application and transfer of scientific knowledge to concrete, current issues in the field of healthcare informatics will be ensured through the program’s focus on various fields of application. The content and structure of the course open up the opportunity for students to gain in-depth, interdisciplinary, and process-oriented insights into an area of the application early on in their studies.
The Bachelor’s program Health Informatics comprises six theoretical semesters, one practical semester, and finally, a Bachelor’s thesis. The Bachelor’s thesis can be written in German or in English.
For all courses, ECTS credit points (European Credit Transfer System) are awarded.
After having successfully completed the program and the Bachelor’s thesis, students will be awarded the academic degree Bachelor of Science (BSc).
Higher education entrance qualification
Free Of Cost
15 April - 15 July for October entries (winter semester)
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We are still expanding rapidly 25 years after our foundation in 1994, and we have evolved into one of the most international, pioneering universities of applied sciences. In 2015, we established an international campus with programs conducted exclusively in English. Our total student population of 7000+ includes 20% international students. Study groups rarely include more than 50 students to ensure not only a personal atmosphere but also individual support and excellent qualifications. Moreover, we follow the “National Code of Conduct for German Universities Regarding International Students”, which grants international students the same rights, services, and assistance as EU students.
15 April – 15 July for October entries (winter semester)