Specialization in Information Systems and Technologies Management - Working Hours Format
The Master Program in Information Management, with a specialization in Information Systems and Technologies Management, is ranked as the best Master degree Program in Information Systems Management in Portugal and the 2nd best in Western Europe by Eduniversal, international agency that publishes an annual ranking of the best Master degree programs and MBA in the world.
It is aimed at those who have roles in Information Systems (IS), namely managers and experts in the coordination and development of IS projects, IT auditing, quality control and strategic management of IS.
The working hours format is particularly aimed at young graduates and professionals to study in full time.
The main goal of this program is to train technical staff and managers, to be able to:
- Develop strategies, methods and tools for knowledge management and information systems;
- Analyze the contexts of organizations and their significance in establishing innovative methods based on the - most recent technological advances;
- Master the processes and tools used to store, organize and to access information in business;
- Use the information as an organization’s key asset and its use to reduce uncertainty related to decision-making;
- Create and develop information systems and technologies that meet the information needs of organizations.
Access to other programs
Miguel de Castro Neto
For the conclusion of the curricular component, it is necessary to obtain a minimum of 60 credit units (ECTS). The curricular component of the program includes two semesters and corresponds to a postgraduate program diploma.
To earn the Master degree program in Information Management, with a specialization in Information Systems and Technologies Management, the student must develop a scholarly thesis, work project or a professional internship, carried out in the third semester.
This path is an option of
Master in Information Management
Conditions of admittance
The requirements for the applications are: a degree in a compatible field (complete until September 2020); analysis of the applicants' academic and professional curriculum.
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