View all MA Programs in Technology Studies in Europe 2019
Technology is broadly defined as a collection of processes which are used to create goods or services. Technology therefore refers to the knowledge of such processes, or the processes themselves, which are often embedded into machines or devices.
Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.
This computing course aims to produce high-quality, technically competent, innovative graduates that will become leading practitioners in the field of data analytics. Upo
MSc in Data Analytics
This computing course aims to produce high-quality, technically competent, innovative graduates that will become leading practitioners in the field of data analytics. Upon completion of this course, graduates will be able to:
Conduct independent research and analysis in the field of data analytics
Implement a research idea using the latest industry practices
Demonstrate expert knowledge of data analysis and statistics
Critically assess and evaluate business and technical strategies for data analytics
Develop and implement business and technical solutions for data analytics
About this Course
The course structure accommodates a wide audience of learners whose specific interests in data analytics may be either technically focused or business focused. All students will also gain exposure to pertinent legal issues and product commercialisation considerations associated with the data analytics field....
The programme encompasses algorithms analysis, network programming, distributed systems, databases, internet portals, artificial intelligence, neural networks and genetic
Degree to obtain: MA in Computer Science
Duration: 4 semesters (2 academic years)
Language of instruction: English
ECTS points: 124
The programme encompasses algorithms analysis, network programming, distributed systems, databases, internet portals, artificial intelligence, neural networks and genetic algorithms. In the course of the studies, participants get professional knowledge that enables them to work at the offices of public administration, as well as the institutions of the European Union. The graduates are awarded the Master’s degree in Computer Science.
The graduates of this programme will acquire: knowledge of the rudiments of Computer Science that enables them to solve computer problems single-handedly and implement their solutions, proficiency in programming, the understanding of computer's specification and complexity, basic skills in preparation, implementation and verification of computer software, ability to use computer tools in practice and knowledge that facilitates fast adaptation to dynamically changing computer reality. ...
This programme takes graduates from many disciplines and provides them with the skills to plan, design, build and promote effective websites. It is designed for people wh
The technical aspects of the teaching provide an understanding of the tools, technologies and principles used for the design and development of contemporary websites. This includes the creation of semantically correct markup, the separation of presentation from content (HTML and CSS) and compliance with web standards (W3C).
The functional aspects focus on the creation of websites with good information architecture that are accessible, usable and findable as a result of effective search engine marketing and optimisation (SEM/SEO). Students learn how people use the web, how they navigate web content and how they search for information. The aesthetic aspects of web design are considered in relation to graphic, artistic, typographic and business objectives, including corporate identity and branding....
Our academic calendar is based on a quarter system (1 quarter = 10 weeks). Because of the program's flexible structure and modular design, multiple starting dates are ava
Our academic calendar is based on a quarter system (1 quarter = 10 weeks). Because of the program's flexible structure and modular design, multiple starting dates are available at the start of every Quarter and of every Term, in October, November, January, February, April, May, July, and August. All campuses follow the same academic calendar.
Full-time students can earn a Master degree in 1 academic year of 9 months, for a total of 3 quarters of 20 credits each, or within 12 months when spreading the workload.
Part-time students can earn a Master degree in 2 to 3 academic years, depending on the number of courses attempted per quarter, the course selection and the course planning; earning half the typical number of courses equals twice the duration of the full-time program....
Belgium, Antwerp, Spain, Barcelona, Brussels, Madrid, Japan, Tokyo, Switzerland, Zürich, Lausanne, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Italy, Milan, Geneva+ 12 More
We live in an age where almost everything of what we do is connected to data. Big data and datafication - the increasing transformation of multiple aspects of everyday li
We live in an age where almost everything of what we do is connected to data. Big data and datafication - the increasing transformation of multiple aspects of everyday lives into digital data - pose great opportunities but also risks for contemporary societies. This new MA course addresses, explores and creatively utilises this transformation. We place an emphasis on current and future technologies and practices such as algorithms, artificial intelligence, big data, blockchain, data analytics and data mining, the Internet of Things, and others.
This multidisciplinary course brings together media/communication studies and computer science. It combines hands-on and applied approaches with theoretical learning and critical analysis. It will encourage collaboration, creative practice, group work and problem-based learning. You will apply tools and technologies to your own data challenges and projects, including from your existing professional or cultural, political, social and economic environments. The course also features optional modules from a range of disciplines across the University: Media and Communication Studies, Law, Computer Science, Politics and International Relations, Cultural Studies....
The programme educates specialists who are able to implement ICT solutions to management processes of enterprises.
The Innovation and Technology programme educates specialists who are able to implement ICT solutions to management processes of enterprises and thus help companies to grow through more added value created. Qualified students should have a bachelor's degree in economy or ICT related field.
Upon successful graduation, a student:
has an overview of innovation theories and innovation policy
has deep knowledge in the application of innovation or technology management
is able to collect, analyse and interpret data of company from strategic and operational level to measure the productivity of the company
is able to use different methods to analyse company business processes to propose improvements and to measure implementation efficiency
is able to do business with digital products and manage those
is familiar with developments in technology
is collaborative and can communicate with different stakeholders, is able to lead meetings and workshops
Art & design meet technology: The MA in Computing and the Arts combines two of our most popular creative study programmes to bring together what goes together: Media
Art & design meet technology: The MA in Computing and the Arts combines two of our most popular creative study programmes to bring together what goes together: Media Design and Audio Design. In the fields of creative programming, design thinking and technology as well as design, art and music we create a setup for success through a strong focus on practice-oriented study modules and real hands-on learning in cross-functional and interdisciplinary groups of highly motivated creative personalities.
Content, Objective and Course Structure
Computing and the Arts: Identifying problems and creating artificial and technological solutions informed by technology and artistic practice
Our MA Cyber Crime and Terrorism will expose you to the constantly changing nature of online crimes and criminal behaviour in order to understand the threats, trends, iss
Our MA Cyber Crime and Terrorism will expose you to the constantly changing nature of online crimes and criminal behaviour in order to understand the threats, trends, issues and responses in terrorism and cybersecurity as well as the crucial ethical questions.
Our MA Cyber Crime and Terrorism offers students the opportunity to:
Examine issues related to the cyber-realm from an interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional perspective which offers a unique look at the issues.
Engage directly with project work and with stakeholders who can provide insights and up-to-the-minute knowledge of the subject area.
Choose from a wide variety of modules available across the Hillary Rodham School of Law.
The opportunity to specialise in particular areas of cybercrime and/or online terrorism through an MA dissertation.
The focus of the programme is on understanding digital technologies as the key driver of public and private-sector developments across the world, and how to make sure tha
The focus of the programme is on understanding digital technologies as the key driver of public and private-sector developments across the world, and how to make sure that digitisation brings about sustainable and green growth and development.
The programme is suitable for those interested in understanding:
the heterodox perspectives of economic development processes, i.e. systems of innovation, evolutionary, post-Keynesian and other heterodox perspectives;
the dynamics of social and technological innovation and the role of different actors (entrepreneurs, large and small companies, citizens/users, governments) in these dynamics and in steering the directions of innovation;
the meaning and management of digital transformations, and its impact on economy, society and government.
IT Management experts are equipped to tackle the leadership positions within high-tech environments combining their strategic and operational understanding of technology
The Master of Arts (MA) in International Management is a 4-semester program designed to build upon your existing undergraduate studies enabling you to pursue a broader range of careers in business. Consisting of courses in finance, international marketing, management accounting, operations, ethics, organizational behavior and human resources, the program prepares you to excel in an ever-evolving and international workplace.
All courses are taught in English, with a range of teaching methodologies which are reminiscent of undergraduate teachings such as presentations and group projects coupled with real-world examples and case studies. The program provides a scope for greater specialization, with a precise academic and theoretical framework designed to help you become an expert in international management. This allows you to apply to more specialized roles and offers better preparation for a Ph.D. program in the future....
As IT Manager you will develop strategies to utilize data, information, and knowledge of your organization in order to achieve and develop strategic objectives. Working a
IT Management (M.A.) ‒ crossing the gap between management and technology
Information is a key asset in today's economy. Recognizing its value for an organization, taking advantage of its potential and harnessing its technologies lies in the authority of IT Management.
As IT Manager you will develop strategies to utilize data, information, and knowledge of your organization in order to achieve and develop strategic objectives. Working at the interface between leadership and information technology, you will conduct and supervise projects within and between international enterprises, non-governmental, or governmental organizations.
Facts & Figures
One study programme, three cities, countless experiences
In selected master programmes IUBH offers you the chance to switch during your studies between the German and Irish campus locations Dublin, Berlin and Bad Honnef.
Gain priceless experiences abroad
Expand your network with international contacts
No additional fees
A switch is possible every semester (at the end of each semester)
You are a full-time student
Your study programme is offered at your preferred campus location
What are the professional prospects in IT Management?
Be it in a bricks and mortar retailer or an online shop, in the finance sector or aviation, the travel industry or telecommunications; data affects business success in al
Big Data Management (M.A.) – The key to business success
Be it in a bricks and mortar retailer or an online shop, in the finance sector or aviation, the travel industry or telecommunications; data affects business success in almost every sector. A large amount of unstructured data collected needs to not only be stored, but also analyzed and effectively used.
As a big data manager, it is your responsibility to generate as much strategic use out of the data as possible. You will also coordinate corresponding projects, and act as the contact person between senior management, data engineers, and data analysts. You understand the principals of information management, as well as artificial intelligence, and have a feel for new technologies and their applications in a business environment. You are also able to process data to suit the company strategy by understanding your management’s needs. Lastly, you will use your expertise to critically analyze current advancements in the industry, differentiate between short-lived trends and realistic solutions, and present the best suggestions to senior management....