A student studying information technology may take a variety of technology courses and explore themes such as artificial intelligence, programming, hardware and software. They may learn how to determine the technological needs of organizations and to implement the proper solutions.
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This Masters program in Business Informatics focuses on the planning, development, and application of information and communication systems for all kinds of organizations, and the more effective management of a business based on these systems and supporting technologies. [+]
This program comprises 10 modules and a Master’s Dissertation and has three sequential exit points relating to 30, 60 and 90 ECTS accumulated totals, entitling the student to a Post-Graduate Certificate, Post-Graduate Diploma and Master of Business Informatics.
The program is being delivered in collaboration with Haaga-Helia - University of Applied Sciences. Lectures will take place on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings, allowing for a flexibility of study. Further information on this program may be obtained from the Office of Part-Time courses (Tel. 23987142 or email: email@example.com).
Study Units:Applied Research and Development Business Intelligence Aligning ICT and Business Strategy and Small Business Growth Business Models & E-Business Business Analytics Leading Change Data Warehousing Program Management Best Practices ICT Management in Practise – Case Study Sourcing and Vendor Management Cloud Computing Research Project/Dissertation at 30 ECTS [-]