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Information and Knowledge Management (M.Sc. Business Administration)

Course Description

Managing information and knowledge to improve organizational processes and develop business is essential in the modern economy. It provides you with a thorough academic understanding of innovative organizational and technological solutions to turn information and knowledge into advantage. You will be called on to think creatively and critically while searching for innovative solutions to the management needs of many types of organizations in both the public and corporate setting. It focusses on the interactions between the individuals, organizations and partners involved in turning information and knowledge into strategic value, and how these interactions benefit from innovative organizational and technological developments.

Entry Requirements

In order to gain admission to this specialization, you must have a bachelor’s degree (equal to the Dutch academic bachelor’s degree), including courses in E-Business, Information Technology, Knowledge Management, Business Statistics, Marketing and Strategic Management/Organziation and Management. Good comprehension skills in English are absolutely necessary for the master’s programme.

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