Bachelor in Information Systems Management
- Core Courses
- Obligatory Courses
- Final project
- Credits needed to graduate
Subjects marked with an *: these courses include a TechLab in which students design and build technology solutions to business problems. TechLabs involve either hands-on programming or practical experience using enterprise system software.
Note: This study plan may be subject to change.
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In your first year you will dive into the world of technology and innovation management and learn the fundamental concepts of information technology. You will use hands-on technology and programme in a variety of coding languages, and understand how different technologies can be applied to optimize business performance across all business functions, like marketing, finance and IT.
During your second year you will delve further, building and harnessing the power of new technologies and innovations. You will start experimenting with databases and data modelling, build information technologies for businesses and management information systems to solve complex business problems. You will continue your path towards becoming an expert in Digital Transformation and Strategy, where you will become capable of managing projects to build the digital future.
As you progress into year three, you will start experimenting with more complex and advanced technologies. You will jump into the world of data and analytics, networks, cybersecurity and business intelligence. You will also develop managerial skills by understanding the impact that consulting projects have on businesses and operations. During this year, you will also have classes and workshops aimed at developing the soft skills needed to become successful managers.
Your fourth year will include advanced courses in technology and programming, giving you a deeper understanding of how these systems are built and applied to the business world. You will also do an internship, where you’ll put into practice the knowledge acquired during the past three years. Your classes will cover topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics and other technologies that are changing the world at a rapid pace. During this final year you will develop and present your final project where you will have the chance to explore a topic that you feel passionate about; it might even be your own start-up!