Hier noch ein paar Belegstellen von Englisch-Muttersprachlern - die meisten Google-Treffer sind nämlich von deutschen Unis und damit wenig aussagekräftig:
" The Business Informatics group (BiG) at the University of Bolton, in association with European Social Fund, is offering fundedfree short courses in Business and Information Communication Technology (ICT) subject areas. Successful completion of these courses can lead to post graduate qualifications (Pg Cert/ Pg Dip/ MSc).
The emphasis of this programme is to develop your expertise in the application of information communication technologies (ICT) in business. These programmes aim to improve the knowledge base of the North West of England through continuous professional development."http://data.bolton.ac.uk/uni/research/big.html
"The European M.Sc. in Business Informatics programme at Dublin City University was established to help young, ambitious computing professionals and graduates to develop practical skills along with a solid foundation in management and business theory."http://www.computing.dcu.ie/europeanmbi/
"Informatics covers the collection, classification, storage, retrieval and dissemination of recorded information. Business Informatics, is a well established field and is involved with designing information systems for maximum utility and value in an organisation. This involves looking at how people work and how organisations function, as well as the design and implementation of IT systems that support their operation."http://www.staffs.ac.uk/courses/undergrad/bus...
"Dalhousie University invites applications and nominations for the
Killam Chair in Business Informatics. This new position has been
created as part of an expanded initiative in the Faculty of
Management, which comprises four Schools (Business
Administration, Library and Information Studies, Public
Administration, Resource and Environmental Studies) with
increasingly integrated teaching and research activities."http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/idom/irlist/new/1997...
"Dublin City University is hosting the 2nd International Business Informatics Challenge 2007. They invite Bachelor and Master students to submit Papers and real-live Case Studies illustrating how technological solutions were developed and/or applied for effective information systems to solve the business needs of organisations."http://www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/student_centra...