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Management Information Systems Master’s Program (without Thesis)

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The Masters in Management Information Systems (MIS) program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the role of information systems in modern organizations. The program covers topics such as database management, Technical foundations of Business Information Systems, Data Mining and Knowledge Acquisition, project management, and Innovation and Knowledge Management. Students will develop the technical skills needed to manage complex information systems and the business knowledge required to understand how these systems can be used to support organizational goals. Graduates of the program will be well-equipped to pursue careers in a variety of industries, including technology, finance, healthcare, and government.

Programme Curriculum

The non-thesis MIS Masters program consists of at least ten courses with a total of 30 credits and not less than 90 ECTS, and a term project course. The student has to register for the term project at the end of the second semester at the latest. Students must register for the term project course in the semester in which the term project course is taken and submit a written project and/or report at the end of the semester. The term project course is non-credit and is evaluated as successful or unsuccessful.

The duration to complete the non-thesis MIS Masters program is at least three semesters, at most four semesters, regardless of whether or not they are registered for each semester, starting from the semester in which the courses related to the program they are enrolled in, excluding the time spent in scientific preparation. At the end of this period, the student who fails or cannot complete the program is dismissed from the higher education institution.

The Masters in Management Information Systems program can be completed within one and half

years of full-time study. Students must successfully complete one University core course (Scientific Research Methods and Publication Ethics), one Departmental core course (Technical Foundations of Business Information Systems) and two electives in the first semester. Upon completing this semester, they will be required to take four additional courses, including a seminar, one departmental core course (Managing Change in Organizations) and two electives. In the third semester, they will be required to prepare a Term Project, and complete two elective courses. Upon successful completion and defenses of the Term Project, they will be considered to have graduated from this program.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, graduates should be able to:

  1. Analyze complex business problems and design effective information systems solutions
  2. Develop, implement, and manage information systems that align with business strategy and goals
  3. Leverage emerging technologies and trends to create business value
  4. Communicate effectively with stakeholders at all levels of the organization
  5. Lead and manage information systems projects and teams
  6. Make informed decisions based on data and analysis
  7. Understand the ethical and social implications of information systems and their use in organizations.
  8. Perform in-depth academic research
  9. Carry out extensive academic research
  10. Through the writing of their thesis, students should be able to put their newly learned discipline knowledge into practice and demonstrate their ability to transfer that information to actual scenarios.


Course assessment usually consists of a comprehensive final exam, midterm, quizzes, case analysis, projects and participation in the class.

Letter grades are calculated based on the weight of the final exam, midterm exam, quizzes, case analysis, projects, assignments etc. and the actual numerical grades achieved in these assessment components. The semester grade point average (GPA) and grade point average (CPA) of the student are calculated according to the course grades.


The student has to complete 90 ECTS and all program requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 3.0 is required.

What makes us different

Our faculty members have extensive industry experience and connections that allow them to bring real-world examples and case studies into the classroom. Our program also offers specialized courses in Innovation and Knowledge Management.

Career Opportunities

There are many career opportunities for MIS masters degree graduates. Some of the most common job titles for MIS graduates include:

  1. IT consultant
  2. System Analyst
  3. Project Manager
  4. Database Administrator
  5. Data Analyst
  6. Information Systems Manager

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