Language of instruction: German

This master program places emphasis on the project-like implementation of plans and process approach in various business areas.


This is the right program for you if you wish to close the gap between organization and information technology.

The Business Process Engineering & Management (BPM) master program connects the management of corporate IT knowledge with the understanding of business needs.  The program emphasis is on project-like implementation of plans as well as the process approach in various business branches.

At the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, transfer of knowledge and networking go hand in hand.

Our graduates are able to think in a structured manner, interlink themes and create solutions.

Silke Palkovits-RauterProgramme Director

Degree programme

Master’s programme - 4 semesters
Computer science programme focussing
on business processes from a
technical and economic point of view

Academic degree

Master of Science in Engineering - MSc

Programme structure

Part-time (usually every two weeks; Friday 2:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m., plus an additional two on site blocks per semester--all day, Thursday-Saturday) 30-50% distance learning.

Available study places


Place of study

7000 Eisenstadt, Campus 1

Language of instruction


Completion of a post-secondary level programme of at least three years at an accredited domestic or foreign educational institution, e.g. a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree from a university or a university of applied sciences.

Apply online before 31 May. After this date, you can only apply for remaining free places.

Programme features

The Business Process Engineering & Management degree programme distinguishes itself through

  • the unique combination of a technical as well as economic point of view of business processes and their support through information technology, with a specialisation in IT governance.
  • courses preparing students to acquire nationally and/or internationally recognised standards and certificates, such as ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) and SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture).
  • an excellent didactic structure:
    • blended learning enables part-time students to optimally combine work and study.
    • needs-based introductory modules depending on students’ prior educational background, including introduction to information and communication technology or introduction to business administration.
    • Projects in industry and case studies.

Occupational areas

Potential employers include national and international companies as well as medium-sized businesses.
Graduates of this programme work in areas such as:

ICT support of business processes
as business process managers, managers and/or employees working in development teams within the software sector

Development and implementation of ICT strategies
as solution architects, infrastructure architects, IT managers, developers, IT controllers

Implementation of corporate strategies
as enterprise architects, persons responsible for handling IT governance issues and/or IT compliance

as ERP system consultants, consultants for IT governance issues and/or IT compliance