Organization and Management of Information Systems

The name of the Programme: Organization and Management of Information Systems

The title obtained by the graduate: diplomirani organizator informatik (UN), diplomirana organizatorka informatičarka (UN) (University Degree)

Duration: The study takes 3 years (6 semesters).

The objective of the Programme: The main objective of Organization and Management of Information Systems study programme is to equip graduates for starting careers in the field of Information Systems by conducting research, as well as developing useful technical, analytical, communication and leadership (managerial) competencies. Students will evolve competencies of a team member and an independent associate able to fill typical roles for an academic graduate student in the field of IT and organization programme. The study programme is focused on the research and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for continuous operation of information system and the application development with advanced tools in companies of different industries and sizes, as well as in public and state sector. During their studies, students become acquainted with different work environments and problem-solving methods related to research, development, operation and maintenance of information systems.

Subject-specific competences

The academic graduate of organization and management of information systems programme is able to:

  • develop ICT and provide ICT support for end users and present ICT solutions to customers,
  • process analysis for assessing IT needs and requirements,
  • implement software solutions and train end users to use software solutions effectively,
  • Design and develop databases,
  • manage existing databases,
  • analyse, model and optimize business processes,
  • develop and select software solutions,
  • participate in the process of developing architectures, information systems, mass data processing and Internet of Things,
  • analyse data with modern tools, develop and apply appropriate machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to solve typical problems in business, public and state government,
  • develop software and use development tools,
  • communicate with technical and business professionals for mapping end-user needs into well-defined requirements,
  • understand business problems and find appropriate solutions using information technology,
  • apply and implement standards in the field of information systems,
  • introduce, use and maintain cybersecurity tools and procedures; and
  • lead teams of different profiles in information system development projects.

(Upon successful completion of study, students acquire the academic title of Diplomirani organizator informatik UN)

Profile of a graduate

Typical graduate jobs are: Information Technology specialist, Software Developer, Organizer, Application Administrator, Database Administrator, Information Systems Developer, Assistant in ICT Customer Support, System Analyst, Data Analyst, Software Analyst, IT Manager. Graduates can pursue careers and specialization in a broad field of technical, analytical, communication and management segments of information systems.

  • Curriculum
  • FIRST YEAR: 

    Course unit Lecturer ECTS Contact hours
    Quantitative Methods I A. Žnidaršič 6 102
    Business English A. Tratnik 5 51
    Law  In  Organization A. Igličar 5 63
    Organization  And Management Theories  P. Šprajc 6 60
    Organizational Behavior G. Miglič 6 63
    Organization Of Business Processes T. Kern 7 63
    Human Resource Management M. Bernik 6 63
    Computer Science And Informatics R. Leskovar 7 63
    Information And Communication Technology B. Šmitek, B. Werber 6 69
    Introduction to Business Management M. Marič 6 63

    SECOND YEAR: 

    Course unit Lecturer ECTS Contact hours
    Databases U. Rajkovič 7 63
    Systems Analysis R. Leskovar 8 63
    Business Application Development B. Werber 7 63
    Risk Management And Crisis I. Podbregar 8 90
    Business Information Systems A. Pucihar 6 63
    Quantitative Methods III A. Brezavšček 6 75
    Quantitative Methods II J. Jerebic 6 78
    Business Model Innovation A. Pucihar 6 63
    Elective subject 1   6 75

    Second Year - Elective subjects (student selects one of the following elective subjects):

    Subject Lecturer ECTS Contact hours
    Electronic Document Management Systems B. Šmitek 6 75
    Marketing G. Vukovič 6 75
    Labour Law B. Vavtar 6 75

    THIRD YEAR: 

    Course unit Lecturer ECTS Contact hours
    Business Communication M. Ferjan 6 63
    System Modeling And Simulation A. Škraba 6 63
    Digital Business A. Pucihar 6 63
    Project Management T. Kern 8 63
    Information Security A. Brezavšček 6 63
    IT Project R. Leskovar 6 63
    Elective subject 1   6 63
    Elective subject 2   6 63
    Diploma Thesis Z. Balantič, A. Žnidaršič 10 10

    Third Year - Elective subjects (student selects two of the following elective subjects):

    Subject Lecturer ECTS Contact hours
    Decision-Making Process U. Rajkovič 6 63
    Web Programming A. Baggia 6 63
    Java Programming Language

    A. Škraba 

    6 63