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Graduate Diploma/MSc in Management of Information Systems Strategy (MISS)


*Please note that these details do not relate to the Springboard+ Graduate Certificate. Please see Springboard for specific course information. 

Information Systems are at the core of all leading-edge enterprises. The effective, efficient and safe management of those systems is now mission critical to all organisations. This online programme in Management of Information Systems Strategy will develop learners confidence to manage in an environment where IS both drives and serves business, to align Information Strategy with the overall business strategy and to contribute to ongoing Information Strategy development. As the student progresses, understanding of the role of IS/IT plays in an organisation’s innovation, management and administration will grow. Learners will also gain a critical awareness of current challenges and new insights associated with the management of IS in high-technology manufacturing or services environments. Finally, learners will develop the range of investigative and analytic skills required to equip them to assume more senior roles within organisations.The programme will be of particular relevance to managers or aspiring managers in information systems and technologies in the financial, public or private sectors, or if you’re self-employed in the field.

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CollegeDublin City University (DCU)
Course LocationGlasnevin, Dublin
Location PostcodeDublin 9
Course CategoryEducation & Teaching
Awarding BodyDublin City University
Awarding Body DetailsGraduate Diploma/MSc in Management of Information Systems Strategy (MISS)
Entry RequirementsGeneral Entry Requirements There are five entry routes to the programme: A Level 8 or higher degree in a relevant discipline (Engineering, Science, Business or Information Technology) from a recognised higher education institution. Chartered membership of an institution such as the Institute of Engineers of Ireland or a professional body such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants. A Level 7 qualification in a subject in a relevant discipline or non-chartered membership of a professional body, along with at least three years relevant managerial work experience. A level 8 qualification in a non-relevant discipline along with at least three years relevant managerial work experience. Evidence of substantial relevant managerial work experience. Such applicants will be required to submit a CV and Personal Statement in support of their application and may be required to attend for interview. In the case of all applicants to Dublin City University evidence must be provided of competence in the English language. The English Language requirements of DCU can be found here. Qualification Graduate Diploma/MSc in Management of Information Systems Strategy Fees Full time EU Status Fee €1,885 per mod Non EU Fee €2,825 per mod
Carear PathThis programme will provide you with a range of competencies in Information Systems and Technologies together with the theoretical framework which will support, enhance and develop your existing practical knowledge. It will enable you to manage confidently and strategically in an environment where information systems both drive and serve business. Furthermore, this degree will add long term value to your career as high level academic qualifications are becoming increasingly important to organisations’ recruitment and promotion policies. Graduates of this programme are currently both self-employed and employed in a wide range of organisations in both the public and private sectors.
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