About this course
The master’s program is a four semester program for students interested in information technology and its role in today's business environment. Offered jointly by the School of Business and Economics at the Faculty of Business, Economics, and Law situated in the city of Nuremberg and the Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Engineering in Erlangen, the program’s curriculum includes courses in the fields of international information systems management, database systems and software engineering. The international nature of the program is fostered by its participants coming from many different countries, the mandatory study abroad period and courses focusing on the international aspects of information systems management. Graduates of the program are ideally suited for leadership roles at the interface between management and IT of global companies.
- Above-average university degree in management, economics, engineering, computer science, information systems or an IT-focused engineering subject
- Good English proficiency required, e.g. 85 points in TOEFL iBT, Cambridge CAE, Unicert III
- A minimum of German proficiency at the GER A2 level