Compare Masters Programs in Information Technology Management in Europe 2019
Students interested in a career as a software applications developer, database administrator, or computer systems analyst may consider studying information technology management. Coursework typically includes learning about computer hardware and software, cybersecurity, and the development of computer applications.
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The master's degree program IT management and information system with the degree "Master of Science" (M.Sc.) ideally combines
The International Master’s in Management of IT (IMMIT) programme prepares students to act as intermediaries between business users and Information Technology specialists in an international environment
Graduates of the Service Management & Engineering master program have the ability to comprehend and evaluate how hardware and software developments in modern information and communication technologies influence the future service market.
IT Project Management students learn about the newest trends and how to create flexible project teams that will adjust the organization to the changing requirements of customers in a fast and efficient manner.
The Master in Digital Technology Management provides both these competencies by using a two stages approach: during the first cycle classic management courses as well as specialized courses for managing the digital transformation are taught to all the participants, while the second cycle provides the specific technical formation for the specialization in Cyber Security.
This master aims for the leadership of a successful enterprise in a digital environment. Boost your IT-knowledge with the necessary management and communication skills in order to align business & IT-strategy.
The M.Sc. in "Media, Management and Digital Technologies" (MMT) teaches topics related to the management and application of digital technologies, e.g. in the media and Internet industry. It is a two-year program fully taught in English and jointly offered by the Munich School of Management and the Institute for Informatics, both at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU).
The GITM major prepares students to become comprehensive project managers in the IT field. It is a combination of business processes and new technologies with a focus on change management and innovation, taking intercultural approaches into account.
The MS program is designed for those who want to extend their technical and programming skills to handling enterprise security challenges. Our comprehensive courses will provide a solid foundation in key technology including computer and network security, cryptography, enterprise security architecture analysis, etc. The graduates will learn to stay current on rapidly changing technology, adapt and control to new threats and start a successful career in enterprise security.