The Interdepartmental Programme of Postgraduate Studies in Information Systems – University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, operates since 1996.

It focuses on the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to Economy, Society, Education, Business Administration, Finance and Accounting and in the promotion of academic research in the related fields.

More specifically, the programme aims at the:

  • advancement of knowledge in the related fields
  • promotion of academic-scientific research
  • preparation of scientists capable of following an academic career and
  • successful response in the market needs for high-skilled employees in companies-institutions of the private and public sector.

The Programme leads to the following academic titles:

Until now, the Programme has awarded 450 M.Sc. Diplomas and 6 Ph.D. Diplomas.

Management-operation

The Programme is managed by a by a six-member Board (Interdepartmental Committee) and operates according to the Official Regulations of Interdepartmental Programmes of Postgraduate Studies of University of Macedonia.

Faculty

The Academic Staff of the Programme is comprised of 26 academics-professors from University of  Macedonia, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki. External speakers are also invited, for lectures and workshops in specialized topics.

Infrastructure

The Interdepartmental Programme of Postgraduate Studies in Information Systems has 2 computer labs, with 47 PC stations in total, where the programme’s courses are taught. Use of the computer labs is free to all the postgraduate students of the programme (Master’s diploma students and Ph.D. candidates), according to the time schedule of the labs, which is announced in the beginning of each semester.

Postgraduate students can also use the facilities and electronic resources of the Library of University of Macedonia and the services of the Erasmus Office, the Career Office etc.

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