1 degree programme – 2 areas of specialization

IT Product managers work at the interface between computer science, the IT market and society – it's your job to define the commercially successful and sustainable products for the digital society of the future. There are many exciting job prospects open to you in the areas of IT service management, sofware marketing or in the development of new product strategies.

Start together - decide on your area of specialization later

The clear structure of this interdisciplinary programme gives you a broad grounding in IT product management skills. Then, after completing the basic programme, at the beginning of the 3rd semester you choose to specialize either in Software processes or Socio-informatics. Both in-depth areas of specialization will prepare you well for an exciting career in the booming software and services market. The international focus of the programme further improves your job prospects.

Software processes

Become an expert on the entire life-cycle of a software product - from the design, through the development and product launch, right up to the end of the product life and replacement with a new product. As a product manager, knowledgeable in all IT processes and familiar with the wishes and requirements of customers, you will implement this broad-ranging knowledge in the development of the products.

Socio-informatics

Informatics for the society of tomorrow – Socio-informatics is a new and dynamic area of computer science. You research and recognize trends in our digital society and develop new product strategies.

You will also be trained  to use standard computer science, social science and management tools during your course. Driven by social change, you will design futuristic software systems for large user groups.

Quick Information

Degree awarded Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Undergraduate/postgraduate degree undergraduate
Duration of programme 7 semesters
Areas of specialization Software Processes or Socio-informatics
Delivery full-time
Campus Furtwangen
Programme begin summer semester (March) and winter semester (October)
Application deadline(s) 15 January & 15 July
Restricted intake yes
Language of instruction German
Academic entry requirements university entrance qualification
Language requirements fluent in German
Pre-sessional course / Foundation course requirement none
Additional requirements none
Tuition Fees none
Programme accreditation ACQUIN accredited
Contact SDek-ITP@hs-furtwangen.de

Further Information in German

As this programme is taught in German, please click here for more more detailed information in German on the IT Product Management Bachelor Programme.

Contact Information

For more information about programme please contact: SDek-ITP(at)hs-furtwangen.de