Humanities & Social Science,
CourseInformation Systems Management MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert
Full-time | With optional one year placement available | 18 months for January intake
Studying Information Systems Management MSc at DMU will expose you to recent developments in both modern theory and practice, from learning about the technical side of programming and systems to understanding the organisational context in which they sit. You will benefit from established academic expertise thanks to our 50-year history of teaching computing, and you will have flexible access to a range of laboratories. An optional placement year will give you the chance to build industry contacts and develop transferable skills.
Further your professional development and use this course as a springboard to a management-level role in this rapidly growing area of employment.
Course modules include:
Computer Systems and Networks
Management of Information Systems
Human Factors in Systems Design
Organisations and businesses are looking for expertise in this rapidly growing field, because they rely on information systems to enable operations and support decision making.
Our internationally recognised Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility has valuable input on to the course. Our experts collaborate with worldwide partners to give authoritative advice, assess implications and shape codes of practice, allowing you to understand the current research issues.
We have more than 20 computing laboratories equipped with machines ranging from HP dual-boot, all-in-one computers and high-specification machines, to customised cyber security facilities. You will also have access to a wide range of industry-standard, general purpose and specialist software.
Benefit from our well-established academic expertise in computing technology spanning more than 50 years.
Choose to do a year-long work placement to gain valuable experience and skills, as well as networking opportunities to build your industry contacts.
Enhance your professional development and use the course as a springboard to a management-level role.