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Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics


Looking at programming, algorithms, data, software, and much more besides, the minor study program in Informatics will give you an introduction to the basic principles of informatics.

You will acquire fundamental knowledge about the methodology and techniques used in the field of informatics, and explore these in more detail within a branch of informatics of your choice. The minor study program in Informatics equips you with the tools for algorithmic thinking, enabling you to analyze and solve the problems presented by your major program's area of study from an informatics perspective.

Career prospects

The minor study program in Informatics will add an IT component to your major study program. You will acquire the necessary skills in your area of specialization to ascertain and analyze informatics requirements in conjunction with users and customers, design informatics solutions, test and implement informatics systems, and consult on technology and application issues. The spectrum of potential employers ranges from major companies to small firms.

Minor other

Informatics is available as:

Minor program (30 ECTS credits)

Can be combined with the following major programs:

Business and Economics
Banking and Finance
Business Administration

Minor program for students from other faculties (30 or 60 ECTS credits)

This minor study program can be combined with a major study program in accordance with the provisions set out in your program.

Weiterführende Informationen

How to proceed?

You plan to pursue a Bachelor's program at our Faculty. Information on the next steps you need to take is available here.

Application and admission: For assuming studies at our Faculty, you first need to apply to the University of Zurich.
Application and admission

Changing program: Being a student at our Faculty, you have come to the conclusion that another study program might fit your interests even better.
Changing program

Regulations: You will find everything you need to know about your studies in the regulations.

Questions on your program of studies: You are pursuing studies at our Faculty and have specific questions? Our academic advisors or the Dean's Office are ready to help you.