Software Entrepreneurship


ModuleSubject #SemesterECTS creditsContentQualification objectivesLearning outcomes
Language Module 1 GermanAIN2-00116- Verbal communication: monologue, dialogue, presentation (planning, preparation, execution of presentation, rhetoric and body language);- Development of corporate applications: (enterprise and its environment, business processes and operational organization, internal and external corporate communications, software development companies in Germany, information sources and methods of work, presentation elements, visualization);- Flexible project management: roles in Scrum teams (Scrum Master, product owner, developer), meetings in the Scrum process, features in distributed development, features of multiple teams, communication in flexible teams.- Development of general language skills at B1 level;- Development of language skills on specific topics in entrepreneurship development and flexible project management at B1 level;- Increased awareness of business administration and economics
Agile Project ManagementAIN2-00412- Project and process management models;- Basic concepts of agile development;- Detailed introduction to SCRUM methodologyStudents can manage complex projects using agile methods. They know the different roles in agile software development and can complete them.
Introduction to business administration & economicsBIN2-00114- Subject, methods and history of business administration - Fundamentals of Business Administration - Constituent decisions (legal form, location, business combination)- Corporate governance (fundamentals, target system, planning and decision-making, organization, human resource management, monitoring, information management, accounting, control)- Production (fundamentals, production planning, production and cost theory, integrated production planning and management)- Sales (fundamentals, objectives of sales and marketing policy, collection of information in the field of sales, sales policy tools)In the Introduction to Business Administration, students will receive a comprehensive overview of the problems that business economics copes with. In order to identify the similarities and differences between business and economics, the lines of economic activity development and its scientific analysis will be outlined here. Students will learn how operational decisions are made in the enterprise, which they will examine against the backdrop of economic, political, social and technological conditions.
module catalogue Nr. 1 MasterMOD_CAT_1_Master114
Enterprise Application DevelopmentAIN2-00516- Spring, JEE;- architecture and components for complex applications;- distribution and communication mechanisms;- UML models for complex applications;Students have a thorough understanding of the design, modelling and development of complex enterprise applications. They can use different enterprise frameworks and component architectures and evaluate their specific task. They can develop complex applications.
Technology & business modellingBIN2-00214Design capabilities in the e-distribution business model;- E-commerce application process modelling;- Design and standardisation capabilities in e-catalogue management;- Application architecture;- Trust infrastructure (e-signature);- Design and implementation of online shops.Students understand multi-channel sales solutions and know the specifics of web sales. They know what actors and roles exist in e-commerce, what phases of commercial transactions, design options for business models exist in sales. There is a particular interest in e-procurement and the business-to-business (B2B) market.
ManagementBIN2-00314"The essence and categories of management". "Managerial effectiveness""Strategic Management"" Types of organisations""Decision making process""Decision-making methods in risky situations""Performance motivation""Managers in the organisation""Some practical techniques of persuasion and influence"With the emergence and development of market relations, management has become a real factor in the sustainable development of enterprises in various fields of the economy. Dynamic changes in the organizational and legal conditions of business in the country, increased competition and increased requirements for the quality of products and services strongly indicate that only effective management is able to ensure the preservation and sustainable development of the organization. The market economy places high demands on the qualifications of specialist managers. Their knowledge of the problems of management theory and practice is mandatory. Without this, it is impossible to work effectively in the field of production management, transport, trade, etc.
Language Module 2 GermanAIN2-00226- Verbal communication: monologue, dialogue, presentation (planning, preparation, execution of presentation, rhetoric and body language);- Development of corporate applications: (enterprise and its environment, business processes and operational organization, internal and external corporate communications, software development companies in Germany, information sources and methods of work, presentation elements, visualization);- Flexible project management: roles in Scrum teams (Scrum Master, product owner, developer), meetings in the Scrum process, features in distributed development, features of multiple teams, communication in flexible teams.- Development of general language skills at B2 level;- Development of language skills on specific topics in entrepreneurship development and flexible project management at B2 level;- Increased awareness of business administration and economics
System Specification and Requirements ManagementAIN2-00724- Functional and non-functional requirements;- Interviews and documentation of methods;- Requirements for Worksheets;- Consideration of technical, economic and psychological requirementsStudents can develop requirements for complex projects with customers. They can conduct interviews with stakeholders and document in an appropriate form. They can assess changes in requirements during the development process, as well as their consequences.
Enterprise Application DevelopmentAIN2-00824- Spring, JEE;- architecture and components for complex applications;- distribution and communication mechanisms;- UML models for complex applications;Students have a deep understanding of the design, modelling and development of complex enterprise applications. They can use different enterprise frameworks and component architectures and evaluate their specific task. They can develop complex applications.
module catalogue Nr. 2 MasterMOD_CAT_1_Master224
Project Modul BIN-1: Start up Coaching 1 - Business modellingBIN2-00428As part of the work of the student project (student council), current business knowledge should be available. They should also focus on:- Advice for the private enterprise network;- Advice for investment and rationalisation or export projects;- Business translations and market changes of various types;- Advice on recovery.Deep of acquired skills in design and management - Practical and creative implementation of acquired skills and knowledge in specific consulting projects, in individual enterprises, taking into account specific operational situations;- development of skills in conceptual preparation of strategic decisions related to market development (environmental analysis, industry analysis, company analysis, development of work strategies), as well as measures and steps to implement strategic decisions).
Finance & accountingBIN2-00624- Conceptual foundations of internal accounting (external and internal accounting as elements of corporate accounting; accounting purposes / systems and the basic structure of IRW)- Accounting for the accounting of total costs (accounting basics, cost type, record / review of the selected cost)- Cost accounting for FCC on accounting of full cost (the basics of accounting for FCC, the formation of cost centers, the cost of proportional distribution as a tool for accounting for FCC, internal distribution of activities, the creation of sets of calculations)- cost accounting by calculation (basics of cost accounting, basic methods of accounting for unit costs) calculations (accounting goals and principles of cost estimation, cost of systems (single multi-stage accounting / margin profit, cost as a tool to support decision-making (product, program, process)After successful participation in the classes, students will acquire basic knowledge of management accounting. They are able to distinguish between accounting skills and computational thinking, can argue for measurements, concepts and categories of internal accounting. In application-oriented methods, students acquire skills (technical and methodological competence), distinguish between various cost accounting/internal accounting options, understand and can evaluate their informational content. In addition, they will be able to develop a simple form of cost accounting / internal accounting of the company.
Немецкий язык 3AIN2-00336- Verbal communication: monologue, dialogue, presentation (planning, preparation, execution of presentation, rhetoric and body language);- Development of corporate applications: (enterprise and its environment, business processes and operational organization, internal and external corporate communications, software development companies in Germany, information sources and methods of work, presentation elements, visualization);- Flexible project management: roles in Scrum teams (Scrum Master, product owner, developer), meetings in the Scrum process, features in distributed development, features of multiple teams, communication in flexible teams.- Development of general language skills at the C1 level;- Development of language skills on specific topics in the field of entrepreneurship development and flexible project management at the C1 level;- Increasing awareness in the field of business administration and economics.
Project Module AIN-2: System MaintenanceAIN2-01234Independently supervised maintenance and development of the complex, non-independent application is created in large teams.Students can be incorporated into existing software, where they reorganise and integrate new functionality. They learn from their own experience how the software should be designed to remain in service longer.
Business processes in software developmentAIN2-01334- Business process modelling languages, in particular EPC and BPMN - Formal semantics of business process models - Reference models - Optimization of business processes - Parameter estimation - Modelling business processes - Functioning workflow management systems, BPEL, web-based integration services - Workflow - Formal definition of business rules - Functioning of business rules EnginesStudents know the importance of business process modelling in the context of requirements analysis and model-based development. They can analyse business processes and graphical business process models, create and use them. They can also use these models to identify opportunities for optimization in business processes. Students are familiar with workflow management systems procedures and business rules.
Finance & accountingBIN2-00634- Conceptual foundations of internal accounting (external and internal accounting as elements of corporate accounting; accounting purposes / systems and the basic structure of IRW)- Accounting for the accounting of total costs (accounting basics, cost type, record / review of the selected cost)- Cost accounting for FCC on accounting of full cost (the basics of accounting for FCC, the formation of cost centers, the cost of proportional distribution as a tool for accounting for FCC, internal distribution of activities, the creation of sets of calculations)- cost accounting by calculation (basics of cost accounting, basic methods of accounting for unit costs) calculations (accounting goals and principles of cost estimation, cost of systems (single multi-stage accounting / margin profit, cost as a tool to support decision-making (product, program, process)After successful participation in the classes, students will acquire basic knowledge of management accounting. They are able to distinguish between accounting skills and computational thinking, can argue for measurements, concepts and categories of internal accounting. In application-oriented methods, students acquire skills (technical and methodological competence), distinguish between various cost accounting/internal accounting options, understand and can evaluate their informational content. In addition, they will be able to develop a simple form of cost accounting / internal accounting of the company.
Business planBIN2-00734- Writing a Business Plan, 12 Steps - Strategic Management - Market analysis - Marketing plan - Operating Plan - Development Plan - Costs - Financial plan - Proposal plan - Production PlanOne of the methods of planning economic activity in a market economy is a business plan. The business plan allows you to outline the range of problems that an enterprise faces when implementing its goals in a volatile, uncertain, competitive economic environment.
Legal aspectsBIN2-00834- Copyright - Patent Law - International patent law - Model Law Utility - The Law on Design - trademarks and designations rights - Competition LawStudents will learn to identify and evaluate life issues from a legal point of view. This includes, firstly, providing basic legal knowledge. Secondly, students should be trained to accurately analyze the situation and create a logical scheme of arguments as a result.
Big Data (no programming exercises)BIN2-00934- Large-volume data storage technologies;- Processing of large amounts of data;- Data mining;- Ethical issues in the context of big data are in the focus of SWEP without practice.Students can assess the range of applications and limits of Big Data technologies. They know the ethical issues involved. ISSE students have hands-on programming experience with big data technologies.
Master ProjectAIN2-016428
Master SeminarAIN2-01742
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