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This interdisciplinary MSc has been designed to educate the next generation of IT management professionals. It is the first Masters degree to be endorsed by e-skills UK (the Sector Skills Council for Business & IT) and is recognised as a producer of multi-skilled graduates who are highly sought after by industry. Read more
This interdisciplinary MSc has been designed to educate the next generation of IT management professionals. It is the first Masters degree to be endorsed by e-skills UK (the Sector Skills Council for Business & IT) and is recognised as a producer of multi-skilled graduates who are highly sought after by industry. You will develop the latest skills and knowledge in computing and management relevant to the provision of high quality IT services in business settings.

The course, taught in conjunction with the Business School, will enable you to work in system development at management level, employing systems in a strategy that provides maximum competitive advantage for the business. Aimed at graduates with a numerate degree or strong evidence of numeracy skills, it offers an excellent grounding in the creation and management of systems.

This degree will prepare students to be technology enabled graduates, ready for management roles in IT related aspects of business. The management aspects of the course are focused on the development of new business ideas, the management of business change and the management of existing business. You will also develop an appreciation of the technical aspects and challenges of modern IT systems.

The course is focused on providing you with the skills required for the modern business environment. You will have the opportunity to learn about large-scale IT systems in the public sector and private companies through engagement with industry. ‘Guru’ lectures will be given by IT professionals as part of the programme, and participation in industry leading schemes such as ITIL will allow you to further develop your IT and project management skills.

Students will also undertake a Company project, involving an IT management placement over the summer with a company in a relevant field.

Programme Structure

This programme is modular and flexible and consists of nine compulsory modules totalling 165 credits and one optional module.

Compulsory modules

The compulsory modules can include; Managing Operations; Strategic Innovation Management; Strategy; Marketing Strategy; Managing IT Projects; ITMB Case Studies; Software Development for Business; Networks, Data and Information; Business IT Project

Optional modules

Some examples of the optional modules are as follows; Services Marketing; Accounting for International Manager; Managing in a Multinational Context; Nature-Inspired Computation; Evolutionary Computation & Optimisation; Machine Learning; Level 3 Computer Science Module;

The modules listed here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.

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