The master's program in IT Management (On-the-Job) at Mainz University of Applied Sciences is a continuation of the dual bachelor's program in Information Systems or similar degree programs in the fields of Business Administration or Computer Science with a focus on Information Systems. However, this degree program can also be interesting for graduates with a diploma who are aiming for an international career in the field of IT management
The master's program goes more in-depth into the topics in the field of information systems, imparts well-founded know-how in the field of IT management and promotes management skills in particular. In this way, you will be excellently prepared for demanding specialist and management tasks in private companies and in public enterprises and organizations.
What's in store for you
The modular degree program is divided into the following five areas:
- Application (research)
You can also choose your own focus using an elective.
Each module of the study blocks ends with an independent examination.
Within the framework of a multi-semester research module, subject-specific questions are gone into in more depth. The master's thesis completes the degree.
An international orientation is made possible by several English-language courses.
Your professional prospects
The program is aimed primarily at future managers or experienced managers who would like to broaden their career prospects.
The curriculum is designed to enable you to quickly familiarize yourself with complex, IT-specific problems and to develop suitable solutions within IT projects and team structures. The aim is to put you in a position to take on international management tasks.
Companies can use this model for targeted personnel and executive development. Through the integration of work and study, scientific findings can be implemented quickly and efficiently to solve practical problems.
- Management and ICT
- ICT Systems in Companies
- ICT Resource Management
- Research Methods for Business Studies
- Enterprise Architecture Management
- ICT Infrastructure and Integration Management
A degree in Information Systems, Business Administration, Computer Science or a similar degree program with an academic diploma or bachelor's degree from a university, a university of applied sciences or an equivalent university in Germany or an equivalent degree examination completed abroad.
The degree must have at least 180 ECTS credits and ECTS grade C. If no ECTS degree is shown in the certificate, admission is possible up to a grade point average of 2.5.
You need relevant professional employment, which must be proven by a cooperation agreement between the company and Mainz University of Applied Sciences.
You must prove your knowledge of the English language by means of:
TOEFL iBT score 79 (as of 2008)
TOEIC 750 points
ILEC (Level B2)
the acquisition of at least 30 ECTS credits from economics courses that are taught and tested entirely in English and for which the last exams have been completed within the last two years.
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- Semester fee: approx. €330
Living costs for Mainz
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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