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.)
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.
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.
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