Dutch-taught Master of Business Engineering: Management Information Systems
1. The master will be able to distinguish and define the concepts of specific domains of business administration, information systems, and ICT at an advanced level, in addition to describing the current scientific discussion and the newest national and international developments within these domains.
2. The master will be able to update and supplement his/her knowledge of specific business economic domains through the critical analysis of various national and international sources, relating this knowledge to the technological aspects of these domains.
3. The master will be able to use his/her analytical insights and methodological training to conduct scientific research properly, whether independently or in a group. The master knows the possibilities and the limitations of various research methods.
4. The master will be able to critically evaluate the results of his/her own or other scientific research, using them as a foundation for proposing appropriate solutions to complex problems.
5. The master will be able to communicate and report effectively and persuasively at an academic level to professional audiences.
6. The master will be able to conduct (consulting) projects efficiently and effectively within multicultural, international and multidisciplinary teams.
7. The master will recognise the ethical and sustainability aspects of business operations in a globalising world, integrating these aspects into a global conceptual framework and making a socially responsible contribution to quality improvements in business processes.
8. The master will be able to chart the interaction between global societal change and the functioning of organisations, and he/she will be able to assess their impact on business decisions.