In a context where the Systems and Information Technologies are a key factor in the competitiveness and success of organizations, having the skills to understand these resources and know how to manage them is critical. The Master's main objectives are to train technicians and managers with high competence in the areas of planning, analysis, development and security of organizational information systems. It is a master's professional nature in order to expand their career prospects to the participants by developing their scientific and technical potential in management of information systems.
The Master is intended primarily to complete training first cycle provided by a degree in management, computer science, engineering, economics, mathematics or other degree deemed appropriate. Your recipients are managers, technicians and consultants and information systems technologies, or recent graduates wishing to specialize in the field of information systems.
ACCESS QUALIFICATIONS AND SELECTION CRITERIA
Applications are considered national academic degree holders or equivalent foreign to the 1st cycle in the fields of business sciences, engineering and social sciences in general. Are also evaluated other candidates deemed suitable by the scientific and pedagogical commission. Candidates are assessed based on the final rating of the 1st cycle, curriculum analysis and a possible interview.
In order to enrich the experience gained in this Masters, students will have the opportunity to participate in an initiation program to SAP ERP, to be given at the University of Saarbrücken, Germany, and visit the SAP and some of its partners, a journey a week to Saarbrücken. Students who meet this SAP program will be awarded a certificate of participation issued by the University of Saarbrücken.
The Master is organized into four semesters, totaling 120 credits. The first three semesters are fully satisfied with the curriculum component for a total of 78 credits. The fourth and final semester is devoted to the elaboration of TFM (final paper Masters) - dissertation, project work or training - a total of 42 credits (of which 12 credits are obtained in the 3rd semester).
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