Management of Information Systems & Digital Innovation MSc develops your management and consulting skills for a professional career in which you help businesses to thrive in the digital age. Warwick Business School aims to create managers with a creative mindset to integrate IT and digital innovations in business.
You will develop your management and consulting skills for a professional career in which you help businesses to thrive in the digital age. This course is about how to better manage, strategise, and use digital technology for business purposes. You’ll get the opportunity to tailor your options to your own interests, giving you the opportunity to specialise in IT consultancy or programming/analytics, or gain an understanding of both disciplines. There is a choice of Dissertation or Business in Practice route. If you are considering further academic study (PhD) and you would like the opportunity to research a topic relating to digital innovation, the dissertation enables you to test and apply the techniques and theories you have gained. If you would like to develop further applied skills to suit your career aspirations, you can complete your studies with two elective modules and our applied Business in Practice module.
- Programming Solutions for Enterprise
- Data Analytics and Artifical Intelligence
- Cybersecurity in Business
- Digital Business Strategy
- Global Sourcing and Cloud Technology
- Knowledge, Work and Innovation
- Research Methodology and Dissertation or Business in Practice
Previously, a selection of the following options have been offered:
- Digital Marketing Technology and Management
- Information Systems Consultancy
- Digital Finance, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
- Programming Solutions for Data Analytics
Gain an excellent foundation in management theory and practical use of information systems, and learn to manage digital innovation to achieve business value. Our options make it possible to specialise in IT consultancy or programming analytics, or to choose elective modules to give insight into both areas.
We use real-life case studies and practitioner input at every opportunity and across all our compulsory and optional modules.
Each module will have between 27 and 35 hours of contact time, which will usually mean one three-hour session per week for one term, per module. Delivery of modules varies – some are taught over the course of a term, whilst others are delivered in an intensive 5-day block.
Assessment is a mix of individual assignments, group work, exams and tests.
Choice of Dissertation or Business in Practice route:
If you are considering further academic study (PhD) and you would like the opportunity to research a topic relating to information systems and digital innovation, the 8,000 word dissertation will enable you to test and apply the techniques and theories you have gained.
Business in Practice route
If you would like to develop further applied skills and specialist knowledge to suit your career aspirations, you can complete your studies with our applied Business in Practice module. You will develop deep functional and industry expertise with practical insights from our faculty and our CareersPlus & Corporate Relations team.
In total you will study six compulsory modules, two optional pathway modules, two open optional modules, and also complete the Business in Practice capstone module.
Skills from this degree
- Develop your management and consulting skills in the Information Systems and Digital Innovation sector
- Get hands-on experience with industry experts, using real-life case studies in your modules
- Access to dedicated CareersPlus service with specialist careers coaches
- Put your learnings into practice with the applied Business in Practice module
Minimum requirements 2:i undergraduate degree (or equivalent). We welcome applicants from a broad range of disciplines, and do not require you to have a prior knowledge of information technology
English language requirements Band B
IELTS overall score of 7.0, minimum component scores of two at 6.0/6.5 and the rest at 7.0 or above
We welcome applications from students with other internationally recognised qualifications. For more information please visit the international entry requirements page.
For up-to-date information concerning fees, funding and scholarships for Home, EU and Overseas students please visit Warwick's Fees and Funding webpage.
Additional Course Costs
Warwick offers further information on expected living costs.
This course may also include additional costs.
We have over £1 million of WBS Scholarships available to the strongest candidates to our Master’s courses. You will automatically be considered for a WBS Scholarship upon submitting your course application. Scholarship awards range from 15% of your tuition fee to a maximum of 50% for exceptional candidates.
Graduates from these courses have gone on to work for employers including: Accenture, Amazon, Arup, BAE Systems, BNP Paribas, CitiBank, Deloitte, Delphi, European Central Bank, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, Morgan Stanley, Nielsen, Rolls-Royce, Shell, UBS and Unilever. They have pursued roles such as: actuaries; business and financial project management professionals; chief executives and senior officials; economists, estimators, valuers and assessors, finance and investment analysts and advisers, investment/merchant bankers and taxation experts.
WBS CareersPlus service
We offer a comprehensive pre-arrival, student, and alumni careers service. You will have access to one-to-one career guidance appointments, CV checks and mock interviews.
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