The master’s programme in IT management is designed for those who want to affect the ways in which IT is applied to make a positive change. The programme gives you the opportunity to combine knowledge from your bachelor studies with new insights on IT and its application in business and organizing through projects, case work and thesis work. The program thus gives you the possibility to develop a unique competence profile. With a master’s degree in IT management you are equipped to act as the link between organizations and IT. You have a strategic perspective and see the development potential in new IT. You have the capability to evaluate organizations and businesses, design appropriate IT solutions, and manage changes in the organizational process required for implementing a new IT solution. The program gives you the skills to work with a scientific approach and prepares you for qualified tasks in areas such as evaluation work, planning, and development work.
- Digital Innovation
- Project Driven
- Collaboration with the industry
- Information science
- Specialisation: IT Management.
|Presence of students||On-campus|
|Tuition and fees per year||135000.00 SEK (for students outside European Economic Area)|
Information technology (IT) is transforming business models, structures and processes, and the instruments for innovation and organisational performance. IT is no longer only a functional resource, rather it is now integrated into the very fabric of many organizations. This course provides an overview of how organisations are using IT in their operations and how envisioned performance improvements can be realized. The focus of the course is on digital transformation which requires an understanding of 1) what the organisation is trying to accomplish, 2) what IT can do, and 3) how to leverage what IT can do to facilitate or enable what the organisation is trying to accomplish. To facilitate development of such understanding, the course deals with issues such as: How do information technologies improve and transform processes, business models, and innovation activities? What structures, processes and managerial actions allow organisations to achieve and sustain organisation performance by leveraging IT? How can we use IT to improve work processes and practices? To explore such issues, the course outlines topics such as business platforms, IT infrastructure, competition in digital markets, IT investments, IT risk management and IT governance.