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Course summary

Why choose this course? This course is ideally suited to you if you have limited, or no experience of IS/IT management or if you are an existing IS/IT practitioner seeking to enhance your IS/IT management skills. On this course you will develop both a depth of knowledge and understanding of the management of information systems (IS) and information technology (IT) and skills to reflect a high level of professional competency and leadership. These will enable you to apply what you have learnt to a business context in all types of organisation. In addition, you will be able to integrate advanced theoretical concepts with contemporary and relevant applications within appropriate frameworks. On this course you will develop both academic and professional skills that will help you effectively manage research and problem-solving. You will be able to demonstrate critical reflective analysis through continuous evaluation, analysis and synthesis of concepts and contexts, key skills for a successful IS/IT manager.

Modules

Typical modules may include: research methods and study skills; project and programme management; systems acquisition management; business analysis and consultancy skills; e-business design management.


Entry requirements

A lower second honours degree or equivalent in a related subject. A Postgraduate Certificate in a related subject or equivalent with a minimum of grade C in all modules. International Applicants: Your qualifications need to be deemed equivalent to the above entry requirements.


Fees and funding

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Information Technology Management at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS