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MSc Strategic Information Technology Management

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  • Objectives
    This programme is aimed at graduates who wish to maximise their potential within the computing information management area Also available as a more specialised MSc Strategic Information Technology Management (Health) - designed to meet the requirements for the NHS Professional Award in IM&T in Healthcare at Vocational Level Five The course is delivered in block mode - each module will consist of a reading period in which you will be expected to carry out some preliminary work, followed by four days at the Telford Campus (this will incorporate a weekend) where formal teaching will take place This will be followed by an assessment period in which you will have set work to be completed by a specified date Blocks are offered at approximately monthly intervals and can be tailored to suit your own circumstances For students in suitable employment, up to two modules of work-based learning may also be available as an option Computing graduates or graduates with suitable commercial computing experience will study six core modules, two electives, plus a research project The framework for IM&T awards incorporates modules of 20 credits at Level Five which are mapped to a combination of standard academic credits plus additional work-based credits
  • Entry requirements
    You should have an Honours degree - if this is in a computing or information systems-related subject, or you have substantial IT-related experience, your choice of modules will be increased Graduates of other related disciplines will follow a more restricted programme All applicants should have an academic or commercial background in either IT or business In exceptional cases non-graduate applicants with substantial commercial experience will be considered
  • Academic Title
    MSc Strategic Information Technology Management
  • Course description
    Future prospects

    Designed to meet the needs of computing professionals, managers and consultants who deal particularly with organisational change and strategic issues in the context of information within an organisation

    Typical modules may include

    -Applied Strategic IT Planning
    -Consultancy Skills for Information Systems
    -Organisational Requirements Analysis
    -Project and Programme Management
    -Research Tools for Information Systems Evaluation
    -Strategic Role of Information Systems and Information Technology

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