Bachelor’s Programme and specialization studies in Information and Service Management

Studies in the Bachelor’s Programme in Information and Service Management (formerly known as Business Technology until 30.9.2017) will provide you with an overall view of different business functions and their interdependence, good analytical skills, a strong theoretical background and the ability to apply theories in business problems.
 


Bachelor’s Programme in Information and Service Management include courses in       

  • Information Systems Science
  • Logistics
  • Management Science
  • Technology Management and Policy
  • Quantitative Methods

You will learn about the key issues in management technology and ways of developing information systems and associated business processes and services. You will also learn to develop, analyze and implement logistic systems as well as innovation processes and new product commercialization.

Graduates will be able to use managerial tools (such as quantitative models and information technology) in planning and problem solving, and be familiar with issues and methods regarding development of business and information networks, as well as with concepts for sourcing, production, and distribution of goods and services.

Typical Jobs

The bachelor’s programme in Information and Service Management prepares graduates to work in diverse expert-level assignments as management consultants or independent entrepreneurs with assignments in the fields of financial management, information technology, logistics, marketing, or supply chain management.

 

Degree Structure

 

Information and Service Management courses in 2017-2018

 

 Suggested schedule

NOTE! This is only an example of how you can complete your courses in the ISM specialization area. Each student plans their own personal study plan. Please contact the study coordinator if you have any questions regarding the studies and timetables.