In the first week of 2016 an ERP Crash Course is held. Although designed for students of the master programme Automation&IT with an engineering background, students of the Master program “Computer Science / Information Systems” may join who have little experience with ERP systems. Classes begin: 4th January 2015, 11 a.m. (room 2108); topics: –… Mehr »
In the second week of 2015 an ERP Crash Course MS Dynamcis NAV 2013 is held. Although designed for students of the master programme Automation&IT with an engineering background, students of the Master program “Computer Science / Information Systems” may join who have little experience with ERP systems.
CUAS recommends and supports our students cooperating with industry. Companies are welcome which offer interships or support master theses for our students, especially if the scope is well correlated with our curriculum scope in our master programme.
In the winter semester 2014 the series of Guided Projects in our program begins. There are projects of the different types A and B:
CUAS has been designated a Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance Premier Member because of its higher level of commitment to engaging in the DynAA community and to enriching the student experience with Microsoft Dynamics in the classroom! CUAS’ institute of computer science is using Microsoft Dynamics NAV in Bachelor und Master’s courses for educational issues. Applications… Mehr »
In-Memory Technology and SAP HANA in the Enterprise Architecture – the final countdown for Data Warehousing? Speaker: Martin Peto (Stellwerk Consulting GmbH / Cologne) Date: Mittwoch, 28th May 2014, 12:30 Location: CUAS, Campus Gummersbach, Room 3103 Abstract: Hasso Plattner a co-founder of SAP AG and co-worker in its strategic think tank claims that SAP’s in-memory,… Mehr »
First-semester students of our Master program “Computer Science / Information Systems” should have a basic knowledge about ERP systems coming from their undergraduate studies. For those who want to close an ERP’s knowledge gap, there is a possibility to join a ERP crash course.
The term “information system” may be interpreted as an information & communication technological system which supports operations, management and decision making. This is one of its valid definitions but it differs from our point of view