The Business IT department is committed to high quality, business-relevant educational programs that result in employment for our graduates and delivers relevant research-based knowledge to IT managers via our professional part-time programme, the Master in IT Management.
We also conduct world-class research on various aspects of management information systems such as innovation and new process models, digital democracy, digital change management, innovation and society, and cybersecurity, as well as business and management foundations. We offer an undergraduate program in Global Business Informatics and a Master’s program in Digital Innovation & Management.
The department consults extensively with the Danish and international ICT business community via its Business Innovation Lab, BuILD. The department has approximately 30 PhD qualified academic faculty and 10 PhD scholars.
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