Master’s programme in Information Systems
MSc in Information Systems | 1 year | 60 credits
The Master’s in Information Systems provides you with outstanding career opportunities. After graduation, you can pursue a career that links technology, people and business. You can seek positions such as: systems architect, IT consultant, IS designer, IT project manager, UX designer, business and systems analyst, business process engineer and business intelligence analyst.
We offer you a world-class programme that provides you with the tools and skills to understand the design of information systems that address important organisational and societal challenges.
In this programme you will learn how information and communication technologies and artificial intelligence can be used to achieve strategic goals, and how to design and develop modern information systems which are flexible to the goals and needs of the organisation. You will gain a deeper understanding of the wider business context of information systems and how digitalisation affects organisations.
The courses are designed to help you practice the theory, models and tools on real and complex problems in information systems, as well as its design and development. You will also learn how to participate in and manage IS-related change and innovation projects in national and international contexts.
International Master Class
Students with exceptional study results during the first semester at the MSc in Information Systems, may compete for seats at the International Master Class (IMC) programme. The IMC makes it possible to add on an additional semester after completing the year at LUSEM at:
- KU Leuven, Belgium
- University of Economics, Czech Republic
- Aalto University, Finland
- University of Münster, Germany
- Université Laval, Canada
- University of Texas at Arlington, USA
The programme provides tools to further develop my skills in business and IT. The programme covers the relationship between IT strategy and business- and organisation strategy, current and future topics in IT, such as innovation and sustainability, and user centered design theories. The interaction with the teachers is very open – they are extremely helpful when you need to consult them.
Next programme start
26 August 2020
18 August 2020
15 January 2020
1 year, full time
SEK 120 000. EU/EAA citizens are not required to pay tuition fees.