Experts with a good understanding of organizational principles and practices, who can act as a bridge between the technical and managerial departments in the organization and, thus, enable a harmonious work, are becoming increasingly sought-after personnel in the well-developed economies. A graduate of this Study Programme is capable of managing the organizational and informational business processes within the organization and, therefore, improve the organization’s operation and increase its successfulness and competitiveness.
Key tasks of the graduates of this Programme in practice are:
- To organize and manage the information systems,
- To plan, develop and implement the organizational systems to meet the needs of organizations,
- To use the information/communication technologies in order to connect with the organizations suitably.
The types and cycles of study of the Organizational and Management of Information Systems Study Programme:
Undergraduate Studies (First-Cycle)