Master Enterprise Information Systems

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  • Objectives
    The course is suitable for enterprise consultants, project leaders and managers, and marketers. It is also aimed at those who need to obtain and to understand business intelligence and performance management systems, such as business systems analysts and designers, database administrators (who need to support enterprise software and manage the architecture), application programmers, and warehouse application developers. Moreover, experienced analysts and designers will find the course provides a valuable opportunity to update their knowledge and skills, especially if they need to take full advantage of the benefits of warehouse architectures and designs to deliver performance management and business intelligence to existing database systems.
  • Entry requirements
    You require a good Honours degree in a scientific or computing discipline or business systems area. It is also possible to undertake study with a good background of experience.
  • Academic title
    MSc Enterprise Information Systems
  • Course description
    This course has been added to our successful information systems and IT portfolios in order to meet a growing demand for in-depth understanding of enterprise information system issues.

    Course Content
    The course deals with a range of performance management systems issues. These cover customer relationship management, supply chain and financial planning systems, business process engineering and the underlying data warehouse design, multidimensional data models, database management architectures and ETL (extraction, transformation and loading of data). We also cover enterprise resource planning issues and consider the effect of automated business performance management and compliance across the enterprise.

    Core modules
    - Database Languages
    - Data Warehousing and Data Mining
    - Enterprise Applications
    - Enterprise Resource Planning
    - Postgraduate Project
    - Postgraduate Project Preparation and Planning

    Options, choose from
    - Advanced Issues in Database Systems
    - Business Dynamics and Strategic Modelling
    - Corporate Systems and Data Management
    - Database Administration
    - Distributed Systems Programming
    - Interoperability in Data Centric Applications
    - Management Accounting and Financial Modelling
    - Statistical Data Mining
    - Statistical Modelling
    - Free Choice Module

    Teaching and Assessment
    The course is delivered in a modular format that consists of a range of core modules essential to understanding the subject area and a range of optional modules which will allow you to develop your own range of interests. You are able to pursue in-depth study in your chosen area by means of a dissertation.

    Associated Careers
    This course develops the whole range of performance management tools from ETL to front-end software. The employment sector is in high growth and is likely to remain close to the business centres. Thus, an MSc in this subject provides a possible career path in a domain specific area or in the development or management of supporting tools; it also possesses potential for further academic study of how these new technologies affect organisations.

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