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Bachelor Program

B.Sc. Digital World

Overview

The Bachelor’s program Digital World is a research-oriented degree program aimed at first-year students with a strong digital affinity and a keen interest in the world of digitality. The program teaches basic scientific skills as well as specialist knowledge and skills in economics and information science. In addition, students acquire basic methodological, social and personal skills. During the course of the studies, the students will be specifically prepared for life and work in the digital world – a world in which time and gravity no longer play a role, making it significantly different from the real physical world.

The Bachelor’s program brings a fundamental understanding of the processes, skills, and knowledge needed to craft impactful digital experiences. The groundbreaking program partners provide a breadth of theory, technologies, and interdisciplinary perspectives.

Digitalization or digital transformation is one of the greatest challenges of our time and affects all areas of the economy, government, society and everyday life. Thus, professionals with the skills to work in highly digitalized environments are in high demand. The graduates of this program will have a broad basic knowledge of theories, concepts, methods, techniques and procedures for understanding the functional and design possibilities of digital technologies in the areas of business, science, and society, such as the planning and application of digital technologies or the development of business models and processes.

We welcome students with a strong interest in and true passion for digitalization and digital technologies, and are looking for people with ideas about how their unique perspective and diverse experiences can contribute to this young and fast-evolving industry.

Program Objectives

  • This Bachelor’s program equips students with state-of-the-art knowledge and skills in digital technologies in different sectors, such as business, healthcare or energy and the necessary economic, legal and technical foundations.
  • It fosters creativity and innovation skills to contribute to the development of new strategies, applications, and solutions and enables the students to actively contribute to the successful digital transformation in the various fields of application.
  • Students acquire key skills for taking on responsible tasks in the digital transformation in business, science and society. The Bachelor’s degree program enables them to act in a solution-oriented manner, present and communicate results to decision-makers in an understandable way and critically discuss new ideas, concepts and topics.
  • It qualifies the students to present the results of fundamental research questions and implementation work for a specialist audience and in a generally understandable way.
  • It equips the students with sound basic knowledge in research methods and practice, enabling them to carry out fundamental development and research work independently.
  • The graduates will be able to take on positions in interdisciplinary teams or to gain further professional and/or academic qualifications in a subsequent Master’s degree program.

Exemplary Study Program

(180 ECTS, 12 Quarters, 22.500 €)

Unique Features

  • Applicable across multiple industries: IT, business, entertainment, consulting, logistics, manufacturing, and many more.
  • Prepares students for careers in industries that are in urgent need for digital professionals, including research, development, entrepreneurship and management.
  • Enables interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange of ideas between students across different disciplines.
  • Students work individually and in teams to conceptualize, research, plan and deliver a series of projects.
  • Develop critical evaluation, conceptual thinking and communication skills for diverse media and audiences.
  • Engage with external communities of researchers and attend professional events, festivals and seminars with industry practitioners. Refine their practice in a relevant, real-world context.

Why study this MBA?

  • Digital professionals are sought after in all parts of the world and in all industries.
  • A Bachelor’s in Digital World provides a comprehensive education in emerging digital technologies, preparing graduates for successful careers in various sectors.
  • The broad digital and technical education lays the foundation for further studies in the field of digitalization in a wide range of industries.
  • The Bachelor’s degree opens doors to innovative work, entrepreneurial ventures, and positions graduates as professionals in the digital transformation of society.

Why German UDS?

  • At the German UDS, the students combine theory and critical thinking with practical experimentation and application.
  • Throughout the years, the students learn from pioneering thought-leaders and work with internationally significant industry partners.
  • This collaboration allows the students to create innovative work in virtual and extended realities.

Career Outlook

  • Graduates of the Digital World Bachelor’s program have unique and diverse career prospects in a rapidly growing field. The Bachelor’s program prepares students to become well-equipped professionals in the field of digital technologies and actively contribute to the future of these.
  • They are expected to take up take up positions in business, science and society in particular where the application of digital technologies, the development and introduction of digital business models and cooperation in interdisciplinary teams in a digital context play an essential role. (e.g.).
  • Typical future workplaces of the graduates could be a broad spectrum of opportunities, from technical roles to strategic positions that leverage digital technologies to solve complex problems, innovate, and drive growth. The versatility of skills acquired allows these graduates to adapt to various industries and roles as the digital landscape continues to evolve

Register your interest to be notified when registration opens (15th of May 2024)