Degree and how to apply
Work Informatics programme you can attain a Master's Degree in Information Technology. The courses of the programme provide insight on the different aspects of work and the role of information technology in them. The signifigance of competence and managing changes in information system development projects are key issues. Other subjects within Work Informatics include enterprise architecture, information management, information systems evaluation,organizational implementation, usability and IT-ethics. You can also include in your degree courses from Abo Akademi and Turku School of Economics that are offered by Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS).
How to apply and the GITM contents and structure. The personal study plan will reflect the academic, business and practical interests of the individual student. This is why the degree looks and feels like you.
The optional studies in your degree can include cources offered by Turku Centre for Computer Scienc (TUCS) from the Information Systems field and ICT field in general. Amongst the possiblities are for example entrepreneurship, data security, product development, psycology and philosophy. Flexible Studies (JOOPAS) you may apply for studies at other Finnish universities to be included in your degree.
The Work Informatics programme offers a lasting and functional basis to many areas of Information Tehcnology. The degree consists of advanced studies and studies chosen by the student in personal study plan.
The degree is 120 study points and it includes:
- advanced studies in
Information Systems and Work Informatics 40 sp
- Research Methods, 7 sp
- other studies (major, minor etc) agreed in personal study plan 33 sp including Finnish language and culture, 5 sp
- Master's Project in Information Systems (Work Informatics) (10 sp) and
Master's Thesis (30 sp)
Other useful information:
IS advanced level courses
TUCS and more IS/ICT courses
Department of IT
Courses from Department of Management and from other units of Turku School of Economics (for optional studies)
University of Turku