Master`s degree programme in Information Systems (MSc) at University of LiechtensteinMaster 15.03.2018
The Master’s programme in Information Systems, with its majors in Business Process Management, Data Science, and Data & Application Security provides well-grounded methodological competences at the intersection between information technology and business required in the digital world. With this, the programme focuses on skills related to improving organizational efficiency and innovativeness using the transformative power of information systems.
The programme has been developed based on industry demands and is aimed particularly at fostering professional careers in international settings. As a part of international project teams, students develop social competences that are highly relevant in the dialogue between various stakeholders and business sectors. Graduates of the Master’s degree programme in Information Systems are thus well prepared for a career as future leaders in internationally operating businesses.
The specialisation in Business Process Management focuses on methodological competences for the analysis, implementation, improvement, and continuous management of business processes. The specialisation in Data Science focuses on methodological competences for turning information into competitive advantage and innovation. The specialisation in Data & Application Security focuses on methodological competences in addressing threats to the security of data and applications and in assessing risks associated with these threats.
Master of Science in Information Systems (MSc).
The completed degree qualifies students for admission to doctoral degree programmes.
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Master of Science in Information Systems (MSc)
Language of instruction: English
Programme start: September or February*
Duration: 2 years full-time
Credits: 120 ECTS
Intake: 35-40 students
Application deadlines: Rolling admissions - final deadlines for the September intake: 30 June (EU/EEA and Swiss citizens), 31 March (other citizens). Final deadlines for the February intake: 30 November (EU/EEA and Swiss citizens), 30 September (other citizens).
Tuition fee: CHF 950,- (EU/EEA and Swiss citizens); CHF 1‘250,- (other citizens) per Semester
Application fee: CHF 100,-
*Please note: The programme may take 5 semesters to complete when starting in the summer semester (February) because not all of the courses are offered in winter and summer semester. In case of any questions, please contact us on email@example.com.