It is one of the general objectives of the graduate degree programme to prepare the students for the highly competitive job market and give them the necessary experience and skills so that they are motivated, knowledgeable, and confident individuals in their future careers, whether in the job market or in the academic world. The primary educational objective of the Master of Science degree program is to expose students to the latest developments both in hardware and software of computer information systems and business administration, and to provide them with the appropriate tools and skills to understand and contribute further to these developments by carrying out research in these fields. The Master of Science degree program provides all the necessary education and immediately applicable skills to enable students to be more productive and progress to higher ranks with the aim of being leaders.
This master’s degree empowers graduates to deal with a wide range of IT disciplines and equips them with the management skills that they need to become IT managers and IT experts in their future jobs. The wide range of technologies presented on the master’s degree and the analysis and development of real cases provide a realistic scenario in which students are guided through their initial contact with real-world cases. These professionals are highly in demand, as all kind of industries need IT experts and managers in their organizations.
The main objectives of Computer Informations Systems Masters degree programme are outlined as follows:
- To acquire graduates common competencies that are essential for carrying out fundamental processes in their life-long profession and learning within society.
- To equip graduates with common technical competences that are associated with the demands of the professional, academic and research areas associated with their degree
- To acquire graduates specialized comptencies which are common desired skills for all three tracks (A, B, C).
- To provide graduates in-depth specialized competencies in the programm specific areas of computer science, information systems, software engineering and information technology to solve complex problems in specific academic, professional or social settings.