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OverviewStudying Information Systems Management MSc at DMU will expose you to recent developments in both modern theory and practice, from learning about the technical side of programming and systems to understanding the organisational context in which they sit.You will benefit from established academic expertise thanks to our 50-year history of teaching computing, and you will have flexible access to a range of laboratories. An optional placement year will give you the chance to build industry
Studying Information Systems Management MSc at DMU will expose you to recent developments in both modern theory and practice, from learning about the technical side of programming and systems to understanding the organisational context in which they sit.
You will benefit from established academic expertise thanks to our 50-year history of teaching computing, and you will have flexible access to a range of laboratories. An optional placement year will give you the chance to build industry contacts and develop transferable skills.
Further your professional development and use this course as a springboard to a management-level role in this rapidly growing area of employment.
Teaching and assessments
The course can be studied either full-time over one year or part-time for two–six years, beginning in September each year (a January start date may also be available).
We take pride in producing globally employable graduates for business, government and research. Past students are now working in a wide variety of organisations all over the world, from small consultancies to large, multinational companies. Typical roles include IT managers, systems consultants, and software developers.
De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) offers the perfect combination of award-winning teaching and specialist facilities. Based in the centre of the bustling and multicultural city of Leicester, rich in cultural heritage, history, and diversity, making it feel like the world is on your doorstep, located in the heart of England, our campus blends the historical and the new and has provided an inspiring place to study for more than 150 years.
Studying a postgraduate course allows you to go further in your knowledge and your career. You can become a specialist, explore the frontier of your subject area with leading researchers, gain accreditation or change trajectory.
Students choosing our taught courses can benefit from academic teaching which directly complements industry experience and is also informed by world-leading research.
Distance learning at De Montfort University (DMU) is a flexible way to achieve a postgraduate qualification. It allows you to embark on a new subject area, enhance your knowledge from previous study, diversify your skillset or...