Duration: 2 semesters
Tuition fee: 4000EUR/semester
Program: Alfred Nobel Open Business School Switzerland & Collegium Humanum Warsaw Management University
Master of Business Administration (MBA) postgraduate study program in the field of IT management, organized by Alfred Nobel Open Business School Switzerland in partnership with Collegium Humanum Warsaw Management University, is one of the most recognizable and prestigious managerial qualifications.
The study program is a postgraduate course conferring the highest managerial qualifications and is aimed at experienced high-level managers as well as business people.
The curriculum enables the students to effectively supplement their academic education and develop practical management as well as supervisory skills. During the studies, our students gain the knowledge necessary to implement different management methods consistent with the ideas of the “Agile” philosophy in every area of ​​an organization’s functioning.
Our offer is addressed primarily to management, members of statutory bodies of companies with state treasury shareholding, directors of commercial companies, managers, or those who want to hold managerial positions in the near future. The aim of the program is to enable students to make the best use of their knowledge and skills across various fields of business related to the broadly understood area of ​​Information Technology.
Graduates will acquire a comprehensive overview of management and development, while improving their knowledge, competencies, and skills, thus becoming renowned specialists in their respective fields of practice.
Our graduates gain qualifications enabling them to work in managerial positions in the field of IT management, gaining a competitive advantage and increasing their value as well as attractiveness on the wider labor market.
Training is provided online with lectures, videos, and consultant assistance.
The course ends with the submission of a thesis and its defense.
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Computing Research Methods
Database Design and Development
Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory Issues
Innovative Technologies in Computing
Managing a Computing Project
Software Development Methodologies
Strategic Management Information Systems