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This applies to all students who have started their studies by the winter semester 2017/18.

Dear students in the degree program,

Please note that students who started their studies up to and including the winter semester 2017/18 will complete their studies in the program structure that is valid up to this point in time, including the examination regulations on which they are based. For students starting their studies in the winter semester 2018/19, an updated program structure and examination regulations apply. 

Media, IT & Management dual B.Sc. (before reaccreditation)

SEMESTER 1
25ECTS/16HRS/WK
SEMESTER 2
25ECTS/15HRS/WK
SEMESTER 3
25ECTS/16HRS/WK
SEMESTER 4
25ECTS/15HRS/WK
SEMESTER 5
27,5ECTS/15HRS/WK
SEMESTER 6
27,5ECTS/15HRS/WK
SEMESTER 7
25ECTS/10HRS/WK
Principles of Media Economics
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Principles of Journalism
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Accounting
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Investments & Finance
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
BIS/ Web Analytics
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Media Marketing Online Communication
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Management incl. Business Planning
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Mathematics/Statistics
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Media Techniques I
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Media Techniques II
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Media Systems I
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
Media Systems II CMS
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
P & O (incl. Change Management)
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
IT Security
5ECTS/2HRS/WK
Introduction to Information Systems
5ECTS/3HRS/WK
English
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Business Process Engineering
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Media Law
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
E-Business
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Option I
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Human Interaction Usability
5ECTS/2HRS/WK
Programming
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Web Programming
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Software Engineering
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Multimedia Database and Network
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Project Management
5ECTS/2HRS/WK
Option II
5ECTS/4HRS/WK
Bachelor's Thesis
10ECTS/2HRS/WK
Methodology/ Classification/ Presentation
5ECTS/2HRS/WK
Statistical Application Project (market research)
5ECTS/1HRS/WK

Social Interaction
5ECTS/2HRS/WK
Book Project
5ECTS/1HRS/WK
Applied Project
15ECTS/2x1
HRS/WK

Adjustments to the module structure

The focus on the "T profile" has been intensified in the study plan. The three generalist pillars (management, IT and media design) now run consistently through all modules. In addition, there is the special component "Projects & Specialization", in which students can specialize in their respective field of competence, as well as a pillar with "interface subjects".

Modules (re-naming, shifts, new modules)

  •  Programming is replaced with the Basics of Media Informatics course
  •   Basic IT is renamed Basic Information Systems
    • Project Management will be shifted from the 5th to the 2nd semester and will be held in English
    • Mathematics/Statistics is replaced by Statistics
    • Media Technology I (Typography and Print) is renamed Media Design I (Typography and Print)
    • Basics of Journalism is renamed Journalism and Storytelling
    • Web Programming is replaced by Programming I (Frontend Development)
      • Statistical Application Project is renamed Statistical Market Research Project and moved from the second to the third semester
      • Media Technology II (Image, Light, Sound) is renamed Media Design II (Image, Light, Sound)
      • Instead of the module Social Interaction, the module Digital Communication will be offered in the future. This will take place in the sixth semester.
      • Software Engineering is replaced by Programming II (Backend Development)
      • Media Systems I is renamed Media Systems I (Media Production)
      • Multimedia Databases and Networks will be renamed Databases (in the first semester, the subject Networks will be covered in Basics of Media Informatics and in the module Digital Communication)
      • Business Process Management is moved from the third to the fifth semester
      • Book project will be replaced by Multimedia project
      • Business Intelligence Systems/Web Analytics is renamed Data Analytics and Analytical Information Systems
        • Marketing will be moved from the sixth to the fifth semester and will be held in English
        • The Digital Communication module is added
        • Additional electives are offered (including IT product management, Extended and Virtual Reality - New Possibilities in Customer Communication
        • Human Interaction Usability is being renamed Human-Computer Interaction

        Dates and exam schedules

        The lecture and examination schedules of the degree programs of the School of Business are completely available under HIP.

        Who to contact

        Thomas Becker
        Degree program director
        T +49 6131 628-3213
        thomas.becker (at) hs-mainz.de
        Sven Pagel
        Degree program director
        T +49 6131 628-3321
        sven.pagel (at) hs-mainz.de
        Gunther Piller
        Examination Board
        T +49 6131 628-3244
        gunther.piller (at) hs-mainz.de
        Julia Schneider
        Degree program coordinator
        T +49 6131 628-3415
        julia.schneider (at) hs-mainz.de