University College Dublin
Ranked among the Top 1% of institutions worldwide and one of the few elite business schools to hold the ‘Triple Crown’ accreditation from AACSB (US), AMBA (UK) and EQUIS (Europe), University College Dublin (UCD) delivers top quality Master’s Degrees to help professionals fulfil their goals.
All Degrees awarded by University College Dublin (UCD), with programmes delivered via Kaplan in Singapore, are accredited by the Chinese Service Center of Scholarly Exchange (CSCSE), an affiliation to the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.
The Master of Science (MSc) in Information Technology programme is designed for professionals who wish to achieve mastery in Information Management, accelerate their career growth and build their network with like-minded business leaders. The programme offers a solid foundation in key areas of Electronic Commerce, E-Business and Information Technology Management.
Students will acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge, analytical skills, and methodologies to grow their career in the world of Digital Business and Information Technology.
Structure and Content
This Master’s Degree programme may be completed in a minimum of 18 months on a part-time basis. Below is the programme structure:
- Organisational Behaviour
- Global Strategic Management
- Corporate Financial Management
- Research Paper 1
- Research Paper 2
- Fundamentals of E-Business
- Management Support Systems
- Strategic Information Management for Competitive Advantage
Research Papers 1 and 2 This Master’s Degree programme accepts a wide range of qualifications, which includes:
- Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline
- Applicants with no Bachelor’s Degree but possess relevant professional qualification and work experience will be considered on case-by-case basis
In all cases, the final decision for admission to the programme rests with the University.
Applicants are required to meet the University’s English language requirement.
Each module is delivered over a period of 9 weeks. The lessons are typically held on the third week for 5 consecutive days (Inclusive of weekdays and weekends).
Each module is supported with 24 contact hours. Classes are generally conducted on weekends and evenings on weekdays.
Each module is assessed by any combination of class participation, written assignments, projects and examinations. Assessment methods may vary according to individual module requirements.
Graduation and Degree
Students who successfully complete and pass the modules stipulated in the programme structure will be awarded the Master of Science in Information Technology Management from University College Dublin.
The Master’s Degree will be the same as that awarded to on-campus graduates.
The total fee covers university registration, lectures/tutorials/workshops and assessments such as assignments/tests/examinations/projects (where applicable), programme materials in digital format, Degree (if earned) and transcript.