Master Digital Enterprise Management - London - Greater London - University of Westminster - I15368

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  • Objectives
    The course is aimed at those interested in developing skills in the area of management of technology and those who see themselves working in a managerial or organisational role rather than a practical technical post. It is particularly aimed at students wishing to move into management from technical areas, and those in management wishing to develop specialist skills in the management of information technology and systems. The course also aims to attract either current IT professionals seeking to move to management or generic managers for whom knowledge of technology management will be advantageous for career development.
  • Entry requirements
    The course is aimed at those interested in developing skills in the area of management of technology and those who see themselves working in a managerial or organisational role rather than a practical technical post. It is particularly aimed at students wishing to move into management from technical areas, and those in management wishing to develop specialist skills in the management of information technology and systems. The course also aims to attract either current IT professionals seeking to move to management or generic managers for whom knowledge of technology management will be advantageous for career development.
  • Academic title
    MSc Digital Enterprise Management
  • Course description
    Introduction
    This is a new MSc that emphasises the business perspectives of IT management. For many organisations business is increasingly conducted globally and online. There is a resultant need in organisations for key people who can understand and manage the technologies required. This course emphasises business and management issues as well as the use of information technology for competitive advantage. It develops a broad range of the business, technical and managerial skills highly regarded by employers.

    Course Content

    Core modules:
    - Management Dimensions of Information
    - Enterprise Data Management
    - Web Resource Management
    - Project Management using Prince 2

    Project modules:
    - Web Server Management Project
    OR
    - Information Management Project

    Plus THREE of the following Optional Modules:
    - The Network Enterprise
    - Web Applications Development
    - Decision Support for Managers
    - Managing Digital Enterprises
    - E-Government
    - Leading the Knowledge-Based organisation
    - Managing Technology Services
    - Business Process Integration with SAP

    Facilities
    This course is supported with the latest IT equipment and software in a number of computer labs. There is also wifi access throughout most of the campus, and several computer labs dedicated to postgraduate students only. The library is open 24/7 and has an enormous stock of books, journals and on-line databases to help you with your studies. The Campus has been recently refurbished and has a suite of rooms and facilities reserved for the sole use of Postgraduate Business students.

    Teaching and Assessment
    Our teaching methods reflect a flexible approach to teaching and learning that combines case studies, group work and practical assignments. In particular, emphasis is placed on the needs of the modern manager in the business and organisational context of their work in information technology management.

    Teaching staff
    The teaching team have extensive experience in the areas of information management and IT. They are highly qualified, both as teachers and within their subject area.

    Assessment
    Each module is assessed either by coursework only, or by coursework and exam. Coursework typically covers a broad range from business reports and case studies to computer-based assignments.

    Research
    Most members of the teaching staff are part of Westminster Business School’s centre for Business Information, Organisation and Process Management’s (BIOPoM). Most members of the teaching team belong to BIOPoM and do research in the areas of: e-Business, e-Government, Knowledge Management, Process Modelling etc BIOPoM has attracted a large number of external members from around the world.

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