IT Management


As a Master student in IT Management we will accompany you on a journey through the interesting
information management world:

  • You will obtain a better understanding of cybersecurity and IT governance.
  • You will get insights into the art of IT strategies designing through business processes' investigation.
  • You experience the value of implementation of IT services across diverse people, departments, technologies and processes.
  • You investigate strategies for excellent software conceptual design.
  • You will be provided with international practices of executing unique projects of information management.

Order of Study


The first semester focuses on updating and expanding your technical expertise in compulsory subjects of "General Management":

• Service Operations & Organisation
• Performance Measurement & Management
• International Business Ethics
• International Corporate Governance
• International Economic Policy
• Advanced Research Methods
• Applied Statistics
• Language Course I


This semester expands your expertise in:
• International Negotiation Skills
• Leadership
• Language Course II

Under the technical supervision of your lecturers you can choose four out of six possible areas (elective courses) to define a first foundation stone of your personal expertise profile:
• International Organizational Behavior
• Advanced International Human Resources
• International Management Accounting & Control
• International Marketing
• International Financial Management
• International Financial Accounting


In the third semester you will gain knowledge of Strategic Service Management and expand your specialisation in IT Management:

• IT Project Management
• IT Service Management
• IT Governance & Compliance
• IT Architecture Management
• Software Engineering


This semester is all about completing your studies by writing your Master Thesis as an independent scientific paper for solving a management task under expert supervision of professors and lecturers.

• Master Thesis
• Colloquium

The courses are held in lecture and seminar format. There are about 30 students per class – this encourages dialogue between professors and students.