Management Information Systems master courses

Management Information Systems master courses

This master’s programme is for you who aim to participate in and make a difference in the digital transformation our society is facing. You will be the bridge builder between those who develop and those who wish to take advantage of the technology available.

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Study level
Exchange Programmes
Closing dates
Autumn: April 15
Spring: October 15
Credits
30 to 60 ECTS Master level
Start up
Spring 2020

Why study Management Information Systems

Digitalization of processes and services in the public and private sectors is an important concept and will likely increase on a global basis in the coming years. Through this programme, you will learn about current technology and reflect on the utilization of technology in various contexts.  The programme will focus on management of information systems, aspects of change management and use of technology.

The aim of the study programme is to enable students to understand how society, organizations and individuals use and influence the innovation of technology, and how to apply technology to their advantage.

Along with acquiring advanced insight into the relevant fundamental theory, you will study principal academic traditions in detail and learn to apply this insight through the study of related topics in depth

Career prospects

An MSc degree in Management Information Systems will qualify you for employment in various areas of the private and public sectors. You will be able to address topics and perform tasks related to implementation of information systems and use of technology in various private and public sectors, such as; health, government, transport, business consultancy, manufacturing, process industry, and the oil and gas industry.

You will be able to hold positions such as; IT-consultant, system developer, project associate, project manager, business analyst, and IT-advisor.

Admission requirements

The programme is open to international exchange students studying at one of USN's bilateral partner institutions. Exchange students must have completed at least 60 ECTS or equivalent within the relevant study field, and be officially nominated by their home university, to enrol.

Admission to the programme requires a good command of the English language, both spoken and written. An English proficiency equivalent to B2 (Cambridge) level is recommended.

Target groups are bachelor students in business administration, management, marketing, entrepreneurship, or related fields.

More information about nomination and application procedures can be found here.

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