The supplementary subject in IT and organisations qualifies you for admission to the Master’s degree programme in information studies.
A supplementary subject in IT and organisations (perhaps in connection with a Master’s degree in information studies) qualifies you for work in the following areas:
- IT consultant in small or large IT companies: Working with the implementation and specification of complex IT solutions.
- Human resources, organisational communication: You acquire knowledge of organisational analysis and change processes that you can use in connection with HR functions and organisational development.
- Project management and IT strategy development.
- System development and design: User-driven design is the key expression in IT and organisations. You learn to analyse user needs and to design user-friendly technology.
- Teaching, research and communication – mainly within the IT industry.
The supplementary subject provides you with competences that enable you:
- To apply different IT tools and systems that support system development processes, and the ability to assess formalisation possibilities and limitations within specific system development work.
- To assess, analyse and perform in the interaction between information technology, people, organisations and society.
- To participate in system development and information projects and facilitate communication between different academic perspectives/fields of study.
- To use analytical concepts to understand the interaction between companies and society and the companies’ use of information technology.