Comments about Information and Systems Architecture, Master in Science - At the institution - Coventry - West Midlands
Typically students on this course will have completed an undergraduate programme in some aspect of computing or IT and spent at least two years working in a responsible position, involving some aspect IS/IT development or support.
Information and Systems Architecture, Master in Science
The key role of the Information Architect and System Architect have emerged in recent years, particularly in response to the skills requirements of large organisations. This senior IT role has been adopted by several organisations for ensuring co-ordination and intergration of IT functions and the related system infrastructure.
This course aims to provide a range of skills and related knowledge to support people already employed as Information or System Architects, but also aims to develop capabilities for those aspiring to such a role.
Reasons to choose Information and Systems Architecture, MSc
This course will be of interest to people with experience in IS/IT systems development projects.
The increasing heterogeneity of distributed system components within most organisations is giving rise to a challenging role requiring diverse and complex skills.
The information or systems architect has proved to be a necessary role both during development of IT projects and after implementation.
The core curriculum includes coverage of change management and a strategic consideration of networking and architectural issues.
A wide range of options is available to allow individuals to tailor their programme to meet specific needs and interests.