Learning outcomes

The master's programme in Informatics: digital economics and leadership  offers a mix of computer and business administration courses, and provides yo the knowledge and skills that allow you to make the connection between system and business development.

After completing a master's degree in Informatics: digital economics and leadership, you have achieved:

Knowledge

  • You have research-based knowledge of how digital technology is developed and put to use.
  • You have a good understanding of theories of technology development and digital economics.
  • You have knowledge of platform economics and the development of digital ecosystems.
  • You know the business and organizational opportunities and challenges of digitalization and digital management.

Skills

  • You have skills in digital strategy, technology and organizational development.
  • You can develop and implement business models for digital concepts and solutions.
  • You can lead multidisciplinary teams in development and change processes.
  • You can plan and manage the selection and integration of advanced digital technology.
  • You can apply relevant research methods.

General competence

You can participate in projects in a knowledge-based, critical and professional way:

  • You can use your knowledge in a reflected way and put them into a social framework as a basis for assessments and choices.
  • You can apply an independent and critical view of your own and others' work and can create and recognize well-founded professional arguments.
  • You have a reflected relationship with your own knowledge and expertise
  • You are academically curious and keep up with the professional development.
  • You know well the importance of your own field of study in society and business, and you can discuss ethical issues in the digital economy. Has operational competence, including ethical and methodological competence, to take responsibility for the management of digitalization.

You can apply your knowledge and skills to new areas to gain new insights:

  • You can see professional relationships and put things into a bigger perspective.
  • You can transfer ideas to new areas and think innovative and innovative.
  • You can find good professional issues and explore them, both alone and in collaboration with others.
  • You know well the importance of your own field in society and business, and you can discuss ethical issues.
Published Apr. 10, 2019 3:38 PM - Last modified July 15, 2021 10:09 AM