The Master of Science in Electronic Business and Knowledge Management (MScEBKM) programme has been constructed based on the realization that both e-business and knowledge management are critical components of the contemporary organisational environment. Business professionals need to understand the profound changes in the business environment, supply chains, organisational infrastructure and forms enabled and introduced by e-business. Further, they need to understand how organisations can leverage their employees’ skills and knowledge. The programme covers a wide range of objectives, spanning technical, managerial and organisational change topics.It aims to educate and train a new generation of managers, professionals and entrepreneurs to understand the principles of e-business, the impact of e-business on business and management, and its potential for strategic advantage in organisations.
- Knowledge Management
- Problem Solving
- Global Applications
|Schedule||Part-time and full-time|
|Presence of students||On-campus|
|Enrollment capacity per term||60|
|Average number of applications per term||400|
|Total number of enrolled students||60|
|Tuition and fees per year||131100.00 HKD|
A broad introduction to Information Systems and E-Business that is taken by most MSc students who do not have an IS background
The course functions as an introduction to first year MSc students who need to learn the basics of IS research methods, as they apply in organisational contexts. The course is designed to support the projects that they will take in other courses
This is a cap stone course that builds on IS6921 and IS5313 in particular, examining how Information Systems and Knowledge Management applications are implemented in organisations globally.
This course aims to:
Introduce students to the foundations of global information technology (IT) and knowledge management (KM) consulting;
Prepare students to take on practical consulting assignments related to the development of global IT and global KM;
Ensure that students are familiar with current methodological tools and techniques appropriate to IT and KM consulting;
Provide the skills to bridge the gap between clients and consultants, with particular focus on communication and problem diagnosis.