Making the right decisions about how to use technology becomes more and more critical, and that’s why there are great career opportunities for graduates who have skills in technology management. At the end of the course, you will be able to examine the characteristics of business information systems, how they are designed, and how they can be successfully implemented in the working environment.
The course is suitable for individuals with a management background wishing to specialise in information system technology or technology specialists wishing to move in to managerial roles
Computer Systems; Data Wrangling; Database Systems; Digital Business Environments; Information Systems Engineering; Management of Software Projects; Security Audit & Compliance; Strategic Information Systems Management; User Experience and Service Design; Masters Dissertation.
A 2:2 Honours degree, or equivalent, in any subject, but preferably with some computing, information systems or a business component.
12 months (September) 18 months (January)