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Management Information Systems

The aim of the Course:

The aim of the Course is to further educate academics who are specialists in one branch of the MIS domain, are capable of carrying out scientific research in their field of specialisation  and who can contribute to the literature through their research work. Graduates of the Management Information Systems PhD Course are expected to lecture in university departments such as Management Information Systems, Information Systems and Business. A further aim of the programme is to enable graduates to take part in research projects either as directors or as researchers.

Students enrolled in the Management Information Systems Doctorate Programme will have the opportunity to study subjects such as computer programming languages, computer and network technologies, databases, distributed process calculations, technology trends, standardisation, e-commerce, the management of software projects, mobile and embedded systems and system analysis and design.

Upon conclusion of the core modules, a student enrolled in the programme has to write a PhD dissertation that will contribute to literature in the field. In order to be allowed to undertake the doctoral thesis, it is necessary to be successful in the Doctoral Proficiency examination and to give a seminar on the research topic.

Academic Program (Thesis)

Academic Program (Non-Thesis)