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Digital Engineering

This specialisation focuses on the vital tasks and skills involved in developing and implementing an entrepreneurial digital transformation.

Digital Engineering is a specialisation in the Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Management degree programme.

Digital engineering affects Industry 4.0 projects or the introduction of e-business with the help of digital assistants, for example. In addition to technological drivers (data science, neural networks, blockchain, social media, cooperation platforms, social bots, etc.), digital engineering provides the necessary understanding of the associated overall corporate transformation. A digital transformation cannot simply “be bought", in fact it requires a digitalisation strategy, digital business models and the subsequent engineering of business processes, organisation, skills and IT systems.

Manuel Bachler, student

"Students of the Digital Engineering specialisation learn in the corresponding modules and project work to accompany companies in the digital transformation. In addition to the compulsory modules, there is a wide range of other optional modules to help students tailor their studies optimally to their own interests."

Manuel Bachler, student

Thematic focuses

  • Planning aspects and processes of projects in the context of the digitalisation of business processes: change to digital
  • The basic principles of the technological drivers of digitalisation (machine learning, deep learning, Internet of Things and web technologies, etc.)
  • Understanding of digital business models and business cases
  • Technology management Dealing with hypes and business benefits
  • Agile project management and requirement engineering
  • Handling company data: processing, presentation and analysis
  • Data security and compliance
Alicem Azak, graduate and research assistant

"In order for companies to master the digital transformation, they depend on well-trained specialists. Graduates of the Digital Engineering specialisation get a good overview of important technological drivers and know their areas of application. The focus is on application-oriented technologies that can be implemented directly in practice."

Alicem Azak, graduate and research assistant
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