Applying a strategic approach to the complexity of information system networks
Regular advances in equipment performance/price ratios, the emergence of new technology and the development of software packages, networks and telecommunications are driving the growth of diverse and complex information systems. At the same time, companies are expanding, launching mergers and acquisitions, and internationalizing.In this context, information systems departments need to manage increasingly sophisticated technology and continually redefine their business lines, responsibilities, powers and resources - in particular, in terms of management. But due to their educational background and orientation, IT specialists often have difficulty in resolving these managerial problems and perceiving how they relate to each other.
Graduates of this Advanced Master’s program find positions quickly. They work in departments dedicated to information systems, studies, information system architecture, IT resources hardware and logical architecture and IT resources management. They also take up positions as data administrators, auditors, consultants and information system strategists and planners.