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International Enterprise Information Management (IEIM) is an international degree programme run by the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) (www.hs-neu-ulm.de) and including a mandatory semester abroad either at Oulu University of Applied Sciences (http://www.oamk.fi/en) in Finland or Kingston University (http://www.kingston.ac.uk/) in England. The entire course is taught in English.

The master's degree programme educates future experts and executives in the field of IT and information management. Students learn to manage the resource 'information' in an enterprise context based on an optimized approach and understand how the respective information systems (IS) required therefore are planned, built, run and operationally managed.

Career Options

Graduates will be able and qualified to work in the strategic or operational planning and control of IT in international enterprises and organizations. Typical working areas will range from IT project management to controlling to IT-related management functions.

In addition, graduates might pursue a career in the IT services industry, i.e. in consulting, technical sales, project or quality management, product or service management or software/enterprise architecture.

The obtained master's degree (M.Sc.) will qualify the graduates according to international standards also for obtaining a Ph.D. in the field of Information systems Research (ISR), e.g. in cooperation with Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences or Kingston University.

Curriculum

In their first study semester participants will learn the relevant methodologies of information systems at the HNU. In the second semester, they will go abroad either to Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Oulu, Finland, or Kingston University near London, UK for specialization. Participants complete their studies by an International Industry Case Study and writing their master thesis with one of the three partner universities.

First semester

Enterprise Information Systems:
- Enterprise Application and IT-Management
- Enterprise Application Engineering
- Consulting
- IS Research
- Business Information Management

Strategic Management
- Corporate Performance Management
- BI Strategy
- Data Management
- BI Platforms and Tools

Second semester

Oulu University of Applied Sciences:
- Lab Module 1 (e.g. Health IS Lab, Automotive Lab, Game Development Lab
- Lab Module 2 (e.g. Health IS Lab, Automotive Lab, Game Development Lab)

Kingston University:
- Modelling Enterprise Architectures
- Data Management and Governance

Third semester

Practical international Case Study:
- Business Administration in Practice
- Internationale Case Study regarding applied research
- Master thesis and Seminar

Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) provides Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes in business management. Thanks to partnerships with business companies and lecturers with management experience, the courses are very much practice-related. The HNU promotes cultural and social skills, and international mobility. Small study groups enable an
intensive mentoring and create a familiar atmosphere.

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