Master's Program in Business Information Technology in Czech Republic

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A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

Business information technology programs give students the skills they need to understand the connection between the information technology industry and private companies. Students will also learn how to apply I.T. principles in a corporate environment.

The Czech Republic, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. The country is bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the north. Its capital and largest city, with 1.3 million inhabitants, is Prague.

Top Master Programs in Business Information Technology in Czech Republic 2017

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Master in Control and Information Systems

Technical University of Ostrava
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Ostrava

The aim of the course is to cultivate engineers as specialists in the fields of automation, control systems, measurement, and sensors using cutting edge laboratories and expert instruction. The priority of the Branch is to teach students to approach technical problem solving creatively, and to deal with assignments in the field of measurement and control engineering independently and systematically – i.e. to acquire all skills that are necessary for work as an engineer. [+]

Best Masters in Business Information Technology in Czech Republic 2017. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Study Branch Control and Information Systems Branch Profile The aim of the course is to cultivate engineers as specialists in the fields of automation, control systems, measurement, and sensors using cutting edge laboratories and expert instruction. The priority of the Branch is to teach students to approach technical problem solving creatively, and to deal with assignments in the field of measurement and control engineering independently and systematically – i.e. to acquire all skills that are necessary for work as an engineer. Key Learning Outcomes - Knowledge The graduates have detailed knowledge in the technical areas they acquaint themselves with over the course of their studies. The students can focus in the following specializations: - Information Systems in Controls. - Automation and Information Systems in Industry. - Virtual Instrumentation. - Measurement and Control Technology in Medicine. - Skills You will become an expert in an up-and-coming branch of engineering. We will teach you how to measure, evaluate and manage the world around you using a computer. Our cutting-edge laboratories are not only used for teaching but also for the students to deal with technical problems of both science and practice. The students will learn to present their achievements in practical, project-oriented instruction. Within the projects they are encouraged to work as a team, which is what employers often require. - General competencies: The branch of Control and Information Systems is multidisciplinary and pervades a whole range of human activities. Our graduates find employment easily and are much sought after on the labour market. The students can continue their studies in Doctoral programmes. During the course of study, the students can participate in the projects drawn up for cooperating commercial firms. We will teach you to think up and implement a project and to sell the results of your work. Occupational Profiles of Graduates The graduates are primarily prepared to work in the sphere of control and information systems, particularly in the design and implementation of hardware and software for measurement and control equipment, in the planning, designing and preparation of software for control and information systems at companies engaged in the design and supply of electrical engineering and automation technology, and with the manufacturers of equipment complexes, machines, devices and transport equipment. The graduates can also find employment outside these industries, e.g. in the sphere of biomedicine or information technology. Admission Requirements Determined by Dean, may include entrance examination, specific courses taken during bachelor studies, other formal documents. Graduation requirement 120 ECTS Credits, Final state examination, Diploma thesis Course Structure Diagram with ECTS Credits 30 ECTS credit per semester. [-]

Masters of Quantitative Economic Analysis

University of Economics, Prague (VSE) - Faculty of Informatics and Statistics (FIS)
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The objective of the QEA study programme is to prepare highly educated, quantitatively oriented professionals. [+]

The objective of the QEA study programme is to prepare highly educated, quantitatively oriented professionals. QEA graduates will be able to use quantitative methods and tools in operational research, decision analysis, statistics and econometrics. They will have gained experience with using different software products and will be able to build comprehensive optimization and econometric models and provide deep statistical analysis. QEA graduates will be able to flexibly react to the needs of business practice and will be ready to work in multidisciplinary and multinational teams. QEA graduates will be qualified especially for positions in strategic, analytical and research departments of central government institutions, local or international consulting companies, large industrial firms, market research companies, banks and other financial institutions. Total workload (credits) 120 ECTS (ca 30 ECTS / semester; 1 ECTS = ca 26 hours of students’ activity: attending classes, studying at home, preparing assignments, etc.) Class format Traditionally, there are two types of classes at Czech universities: lectures (přednášky in Czech, abbreviated as p) and seminars (cvičení in Czech, abbreviated as c or cv). The main purpose of the lectures is to provide students with important theoretical background in the respective discipline. The seminars are usually more interactive, practically oriented, meant to discuss problems and apply the theoretical principles explained within the lectures to specific cases or use them to solve typical problems. Degree/Academic Title QEA Master Programme is accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (MEYS) as a second-cycle higher education qualification. According to the Czech legislation (Higher Education Act), graduates of the programme will be awarded the academic degree inženýr (engineer), which is the academic title awarded to graduates of master’s programmes in specific fields including economics, technical sciences and technologies. The degree’s abbreviation Ing. is to be used before the name of the graduate (e.g. Ing. Jan NOVAK). Graduates will be awarded an official diploma/degree certificate complemented by a diploma supplement corresponding to the model developed by the European Commission, Council of Europe and UNESCO. The diploma will state that the degree inženýr (Ing., engineer) has been earned in the study programme Quantitative Methods in Economics (code N 62 07), specifically in the field of study Quantitative Economic Analysis (code 6207T024). In terms of further university studies, holders of the degree are entitled to apply for admission to Ph.D. programmes. [-]

Masters of Information Systems Management

University of Economics, Prague (VSE) - Faculty of Informatics and Statistics (FIS)
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The ISM Master Programme is designed to train specialists in the development and management of information systems, existing either in business companies or the public sector, able to flexibly respond to the needs and challenges of the continuously changing IS/ICT and business environments. [+]

Best Masters in Business Information Technology in Czech Republic 2017. The ISM Master Programme is designed to train specialists in the development and management of information systems, existing either in business companies or the public sector, able to flexibly respond to the needs and challenges of the continuously changing IS/ICT and business environments. Thanks to its interdisciplinary approach, ISM programme provides its students with a combination of IT-related knowledge and management skills. ISM graduates will have gained knowledge especially but not only in the fields of information management, enterprise informatics management, project management, business process optimization, information systems audit, data mining and retrieval and will be ready to work in multinational teams and companies. Typically ISM graduates will be prepared to successfully perform in positions such as IT manager, project manager, IS auditor, knowledge engineer, business analyst or consultant. Total workload (credits) 120 ECTS (ca 30 ECTS / semester; 1 ECTS = ca 26 hours of students’ activity: attending classes, studying at home, preparing assignments, etc.) Class format Traditionally, there are two types of classes at Czech universities: lectures (přednášky in Czech, abbreviated as p) and seminars (cvičení in Czech, abbreviated as c or cv). The main purpose of the lectures is to provide students with important theoretical background in the respective discipline. The seminars are usually more interactive, practically oriented, meant to discuss problems and apply the theoretical principles explained within the lectures to specific cases or use them to solve typical problems. Degree/Academic Title ISM Master Programme is accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (MEYS) as a second-cycle higher education qualification. According to the Czech legislation (Higher Education Act), graduates of the programme will be awarded the academic degree inženýr (engineer), which is the academic title awarded to graduates of master’s programmes in specific fields including economics, technical sciences and technologies. The degree’s abbreviation Ing. is to be used before the name of the graduate (e.g. Ing. Jan NOVAK). Graduates will be awarded an official diploma/degree certificate complemented by a diploma supplement corresponding to the model developed by the European Commission, Council of Europe and UNESCO. The diploma will state that the degree inženýr (Ing., engineer) has been earned in the study programme Applied Informatics (code N 18 02), specifically in the field of study Information Systems Management (code 1802T038). In terms of further university studies, holders of the degree are entitled to apply for admission to Ph.D. programmes. [-]