Information and Decision Support Systems
Objectives of the Master of Informatics - specialization : Information and Decision Support Systems:
- Qualifying specialists who can build information and decision support systems based on modern approaches in management sciences, statistics, and information technologies, or prepare them for use in the work of institutions of various types, to meet the growing needs of decision makers for specialized cadres, tools, mechanisms, and information systems that help them in making important decisions that affect the work of their institutions.
- Contributing through research projects to developing solutions in the field of information systems and decision support for public and private sector institutions.
- Supporting scientific research in the field of information systems and providing the qualitative human resources necessary for the continued development of engineering and research work.
The duration of the study is two academic years and does not exceed three academic years; the first year is dedicated to academic courses and is divided into two semesters., while the second year is allocated to a research project according to the chosen specialization.
A- Core courses:
|Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Theories
|Accounting and Cost Analysis
|Statistics and Data Analysis
|Introduction to Economic
|Financial Management and Feasibility Studies
B- Specialized (Elective) courses:
|Enterprise Knowledge Management
|Human Resource Management
|Operations & Supply Chain Management
|Building Applications Using Web Services
|Strategic Management and Strategic Analysis
|Time Series and Forecasting
|Intelligent Decision Support Systems
|Advanced Marketing, E-Marketing, and Customer Relationship Management
|Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis
|Information Systems Development and Reengineering
|E-Business and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
|Process Modeling in Decision Support Systems
|Methodologies of Scientific Research