Coordinate and manage digital transformation
As change agents, our graduates will guide companies into the future. They have the skills needed to coordinate and manage digital transformation in any industry. Furthermore, they will have what it takes to develop new digital business models. This master degree programme focuses on the required business administration skills, in combination with core competencies such as communication, cooperation, data mining and design thinking.
You are a student who wants to develop specific transformational capabilities that enable you to manage and support digitalisation processes in various corporate environments. As a change agent in corporate digital transformations, you will build the digital business models of the future.
As a graduate, you are able to understand the specific requirements placed on digital business models in all phases of the value creation process. This means that you will be able to plan, manage and comprehensively drive forward the digitalisation of production, service and sales processes.
The skills students acquire as experts in business process innovation are based on a combination of business administration expertise with IT and transformation management know-how. In addition, key competencies including communication, cooperation, problem solving and design thinking play major parts.
The concepts of traditional business-related subjects are linked with new approaches developed in light of digital transformation and innovation.
- Business Administration Qualifications
- Digital Transformation Qualifications
At a glance
- Duration: 2 years/ 4 semesters
- Format: part-time
- Language of instruction: English
- Academic degree: Master of Arts in Business (MA)
- Intake: annually, every year in September
- Study fees: per semester € 363.36 for EU/EEA citizens, € 3900 for non-EU/EEA citizens
For further details regarding
- the admission requirements,
- the admission procedure,
- important dates and deadlines and
- the online application
please consult our website www.fh-krems.ac.at.
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