Ranked # 20 Top 100 Best Regional Masters Ranking in "Information Systems Management"
In a context where Information Systems and Technologies are a key factor in the competitiveness and success of organizations, having the skills to understand these resources and to know how to manage them is fundamental. The master's objectives are to train technicians and managers with high competence in the fields of planning, analysis, development and security of organizational information systems. It is a master's degree of a professional nature, allowing career prospects to be extended to participants by developing their technical and scientific potential in the area of information systems management.
The master's degree is mainly intended to complete a first-cycle education offered by a degree in management, computing, engineering, economics, mathematics, or other degree deemed appropriate. Its recipients are managers, technicians and consultants of information systems and technologies, or recent graduates wishing to specialize in the area of information systems.
Access Skills and Selection Criteria
Applications from holders of national or foreign higher education equivalent to the 1st cycle in the fields of business, engineering and social sciences in general are considered. Other applications considered appropriate by the scientific and pedagogical committee are also evaluated. Candidates are judged on the basis of the final grade of the 1st cycle, the curriculum analysis and a possible interview.
In order to enrich the experience gained in this master's degree, students will be able to participate in an SAP ERP initiation program to be taught at the University of Saarbrücken, Germany, as well as visit SAP and some of its partners on a trip. a week to Saarbrücken. Students attending this SAP program will be awarded a certificate of participation issued by the University of Saarbrücken.
The master's degree is organized in four semesters, totaling 120 credits. The first three semesters are fully completed with the curriculum component making a total of 78 credits. The fourth and final semester is devoted to the preparation of the TFM (final master's work) - dissertation, project work or internship - totaling 42 credits (of which 12 credits are obtained in the 3rd semester).
About the School
The first school of Economics and Management in Portugal, ISEG belongs to the University of Lisbon, the largest Portuguese University. ISEG Lisbon is internationally recognized and accredited by AACSB ... Read More