Information Systems Management
The Information Systems Management Master’s degree is designed to train managers in how to think about and incorporate IS management into the company’s overall strategy and improve IS decision-making, notably with regard to overseeing and monitoring production procedures for the supply chain or service systems.
This Master’s program, developed in response to changing business processes, is designed to directly address business needs in these areas by giving students the tools to master a variety of methodological and instrumental approaches. These strategies form the basis of business intelligence systems that make greater use of IS in order to make the decision-making process more effective and efficient. Proper corporate governance of Information Systems is also an integral part of the training.
- Mastery of technical and organizational issues
- The ability to rigorously track the stages of a project
- Instructional methods for convincing stakeholders
- The ability to explain the importance of information systems, coordinate the process of adapting IS to a competitive environment and enhancing its use in decision-making
- Mastery of IS-specific business terminology
This is a two-year Master’s degree program, possibly supplemented with an interim year between M1 and M2 for initial training. M1 is offered as an apprenticeship. M2 can be performed as initial training, an apprenticeship or continuing education.
The first year provides general training in management functions (auditing, control, marketing, accounting, finance, HR, logistics) and the fundamentals of information systems.
The second year offers a choice between two tracks that offer sizable opportunities: Information Systems Management (ISG), Extended Enterprise Information Systems (EEIS).
Please note: students who complete the IS Management M1 (Apprenticeship) will continue their studies in one of the major’s three open M2 Apprenticeship programs (two-year apprenticeship contract).
Career preparation will include courses in English and the TOEIC for all students, as well as workshops on preparing a CV/cover letter and job placement assistance.
- M1 Information Systems Management
- M2 Information Systems Management track (265)
- M2 Extended Enterprise Information Systems track: auditing and consulting (243)
At the conclusion of the four semesters, students can choose from the following careers: Organizational Consultant; ERP and Business Intelligence Consultant; Auditor; Business IS Manager, IS and Organizational Consultant; Change Management Manager; IS Project Manager; Enterprise Information Manager; Project Manager; Information Systems Architect.
Manager of the Master's : Camille ROSENTHAL | email@example.com
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