ITKO IT, communication and organisation is an MSc study programme in Information Technology under it-vest which has been developed and planned by Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, and the University of Southern Denmark in Odense.
The MSc in IT, Communication and Organisation provides you with the qualifications needed to undertake demanding technical, developmental and managerial assignments involving communication and information technology in enterprises and organisations.
Emphasis is on graduates being able to take account of strategic, communicative and organisational aspects when new IT systems are to be developed and implemented. At the same time, the study programme aims to develop your ability to take part in project work, enabling you to take on development and management tasks and responsibilities.
Job and career
Holders of the MSc in Information Technology degree build bridges between programmers and users, both internally and outside enterprises.
At the same time, they are the ones who can communicate the strategic and managerial consequences of the new technology.
The graduates, who tend to find jobs very quickly, have typically been employed as:
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Below is an outline of the courses for Master of Science in Information Technology (IT, Communication and Organisation)
The general rule is that you must have passed the corresponding Bachelor's degree in international business communications or business administration to be admitted.
In addition, if you wish to apply for a master taught in Danish and your educational background is non-Danish, you must demonstrate proficiency in Danish corresponding to Studieprøven i dansk for fremmedsprogede. For admission to MSc degrees and cand.it. Studieprøven must be passed, while for admission to MA programs Studieprøven must be passed with at least a grade of 10 in each subtest.
For graduate programs where the language of instruction is English an English proficiency at B-level is required. Also the following English Tests are acknowledged at Aarhus School of Business:
No work experience is required.
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