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Course content

The MSc in Information Systems is an AACSB accredited program with thematic specialization opportunities in information management, process management, business intelligence, and business networking. The program provides disciplinary concentration on information systems, computer science, statistics and business administration. The research track facilitates a fast track entry into PhD studies.

Who is the MSc in IS for?
Business and IT graduates seeking a career managing the delivery of ICT-enabled innovation to business and other organisations
• in an it environment
• in a consultancy company
• in a start-up or
• in a research institution.

The Department, the University and the City

As part of the Muenster School of Business and Economics, the department of IS emphasizes interdisciplinarity and maintains close links with numerous groups across the university, including law, medicine, psychology and communication science. Both the School and the Department have received very favorable rankings.
The department of IS hosts the European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS), which provides a international network of research and exchange opportunities, and thus facilitates research led teaching. ERCIS Launchpad is an annual business ideas competition.

The University of Muenster with its 40.000 students shapes the atmosphere of the City of the Science Muenster, in the West of Germany, 50 km from the Dutch border.
The University of Muenster does charge an administrative fee of 210 EUR/ per semester but NO tuition fees for its programs.

The Programme starts in Summer and Winter.




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