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Information Systems degree: "Information Systems Management" specialisation

During the final year of the Master in Management, choose your specialisation in IS management on the Le Havre Campus.
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Programme taught in French
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Le Havre campus
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Classical route or work-study

Your information systems degree in a world-renowned Business School

With the M2 Information Systems Management, become an expert in the field of information systems (IS) management, mastering both the management of new technologies and that of processes and people.

Develop the knowledge of the principles necessary to understand the basic hardware and systems in order to manage data efficiently and, ultimately, to facilitate organisational decision-making. Master systems and strategy analysis and design techniques in real market environments. Open doors to a variety of functions and companies by equipping yourself with both technical and organisational knowledge.

This M2 specialisation of the Master in Management is available both in the classical route and as a work-study programme (under specific conditions for international students).

 

The Information Technology field is one of the fastest-growing employment sectors in France, according to Syntec Numerique. The ITa sector, for example, has grown by 4.2% in 2019. This demand is largely due to recent advances in cloud computing, SaaS, data storage and analytics (Big Data), and information security. Technology consulting firms have also created a variety of opportunities for candidates with a combination of technical skills, industry knowledge and real-world experience.

Jacques Verville

Information systems degree programme

The Information Systems Management specialisation of the Master in Management - Top 80 of the best Masters in Management worldwide in the Financial Times and QS rankings - consists of the following subjects:

  • Foundation: Information Systems Management
  • Programming
  • Databases (analysis and databases) & Big Data
  • Technical foundations
  • Cybersecurity
  • Information system integration
  • Research methodology
  • ...

With IS management courses, learn to manage information systems, networks and telecommunications. Work in consulting mode by adopting the appropriate methodologies. Develop your technical skills in web development and web design. Master process modelling, relational database management (Database & SQL) and Big Data.

 

Work experience during the information systems degree

Professionalise yourself throughout your course with the EM Normandie's Master in Management by multiplying the opportunities of internships, missions and challenges based on real company cases.

During the final year, two options are available in terms of professionalisation: spend up to 75% of your time in a company by opting for a sandwich course or opt for the classic course offering you numerous professionalising projects and punctuated by a final internship. 

Classical route

  • 1 two-week challenge "to develop a strategy for integrating practice within the company"
  • 1 ten-week mission "Develop and support innovative managerial practices using information systems"
  • 6-month internship in France or abroad from May to December

Work-study programme

  • 2 weeks per month in a company / 2 weeks of classes at the School, from September to April.
  • Then full time in the company until the end of the contract.

Career opportunities after the information systems degree

With the "Information Systems Management" specialisation, land your dream job in the IS field:

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Application Developer
  • Information Systems Consultant
  • Cyber security consultant
  • IS Security
  • Systems Analyst
  • IT Development Project Manager
  • Database Administrator
  • Business Intelligence Analyst
  • Systems Developer
  • Database Analyst
  • Database Management
  • Big Data (data warehousing & data mining)
  • Cloud
  • Web Developer
  • Network Administrator
  • Technical support specialist
  • Information systems manager
  • Liaison with IT users

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What are the advantages of a work-study programme?

By joining a company during your studies, you benefit from an exemption from your tuition fees. The work-study programme is a real social opening and allows students who would not necessarily have the means to finance these fees to access business schools. In the context of work-study courses, these costs are covered by the company and thus relieve you financially.

Each year, more than 1,500 students enter work-study programmes at EM Normandie.

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