The content of this program is designed to provide students the required scientific background on management systems, business and information technologies in the global competitive business environment and enable them to work on scientific research studies. Courses and research projects of the program are designed to provide the necessary background for students in implementation, development and application of management information systems. This program has thesis and non-thesis options both of which offer a variety of courses including Organizational Management, Information Systems and Technologies, System Analysis and Design, Database Management Systems and Business Intelligence. Besides, students benefit from academic activities including applied projects, conferences and seminars.
Students in the Management Information Systems Master’s Program use computer laboratories which are equipped with advanced technologies and various digital software programs to apply the theoretical knowledge received in classroom settings. Working with experts in various research areas helps students to build knowledge about scientific research, the development of methodologies, writing and presentation techniques as well as preparing them for their future careers. For instance, students use real life data from industry on Oracle Business Intelligence Software to apply their theoretical knowledge received in the Business Intelligence course. Also, students use Wacom tablet to carry out research on e-signature applications which are commonly used in the business world today. Additionally, other research areas include e-commerce, e-learning, e-business, data mining and business intelligence.
Students who graduate from this program will master developing information technologies that will help them to continuously improve themselves. Besides, Management Information Systems experts are dynamic professionals who create a good connection between people and computers, and have good relationships with people from all positions. Therefore, graduates of this program will mainly have the opportunity to work in information management centers, project development, research and development centers, software and programming, and consultancy sections of companies, governmental offices and non-profit organizations. Possible job positions include management information systems experts, consultants or coordinators, project managers, data or system analysts and database administrators.
Institute of Graduate Studies and Research
Çevik Uraz Center, CU244
Tel: +90 392 671 1111 Extension: 2214-2228
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