Presentation on theme: "Business Information Technology. Agenda Presentation I •Welcome •BIT bridging business and IT •From research to education –IS&CM group –IS group •MSc."— Presentation transcript:
Business Information Technology
Agenda Presentation I •Welcome •BIT bridging business and IT •From research to education –IS&CM group –IS group •MSc BIT 2008 program •Master thesis assignment •Career perspectives
Welcome! Programme director : Prof. Dr. Jos van Hillegersberg Cap. C106) Co-ordinator Education: Céline Heijnen, MSc. Cap C003; 3200)
A BIT of History •1993 BIT…is born
A BIT of History • –BIT advisory board installed
A BIT of History • –1st lustrum –Seminar by professor Enid Mumford Manchester Business School
A BIT of History • –De UT-opleiding BIT komt als beste uit de bus in het visitatierapport dat de VSNU gisteren publiceerde.
A BIT of History • •BIT ranked 1st in the Netherlands
A BIT of History •Sept 2007 –BIT coordination shifts to the school of management and governance –BIT remains a 50/50 collaboration between the schools of Computer Science (EWI) and Managment and Governance (MB)
Bit Advisory board Deans MB EWI, OLD, Chairman OLC Bus.representatives Bit Advisory board Deans MB EWI, OLD, Chairman OLC Bus.representatives BIT Governance Dekanen MB en EWI OLD voorz OLC BIT Governance Dekanen MB en EWI OLD voorz OLC InBitWeen Stress Interactief OLC chair Director (OLD) Educ Committee OLC Examen- Committee Examen- Committee Coordinator professors CS courses IEM/BA Courses BIT courses PR&Communic Office Edu Affairs
IS (Information Systems) DB (Databases) ISCM Information Systems Change management OOHR Operations Management Human Resources SE (Software Engineering) CS courses IEM/BA Courses BIT courses Finance and Accounting OOMPL Operations Management and prod. logistics SOR (Stochastic OR)
CTIT Meeting March 2008 IS&CM: Research Themes Information Systems for a Networked Organized World (IS4NOW) –1. Agent & services based adaptive (on-demand) –2. Methods for (globally) Distributed development –3. Change management and implementation –4. Business models, adoption & management –5. Knowledge management & sharing
CTIT Meeting March Agent & services based adaptive (on-demand) IS4NOW
CTIT Meeting March Methods for (Globally) Distributed development of IS4NOW Tools and methods for global software development using social networks
3. Change management and implementation of IS4NOW
CTIT Meeting March Business models, adoption & management of IS4NOW EU project Myotel Telemedicine EPD in de zorg E-Health
CTIT Meeting March Knowledge & information services in IS4NOW
The programme (1) •Two-year programme (120 EC) •Degree: master of Science (MSc) •Education type: full time •Numerus Fixus: no •Language: English
Final project (30 EC) Research (10 EC) Electives (20 EC) Integration in business networks (20 EC) System Lifecycle (40 EC) 120 EC The programme (2)
System Lifecycle Code CourseQuartile Design of Software Architecture E-Stratigizing Specification of Information Systems Implementation of IT in organizations ICT Management Architecture of Information Systems Business development for IT-projects Software management 4
Integration in Business Networks Code CourseQuartile Business Process Integration Lab Business development in networks E-Commerce Computer supported co-operative work2
Special electives •Traineeship •“Studiereis” •Courses at other faculties
Graduation •Student is in control: manages master assignement and committee •Committee minimally includes 3 people: –1 scientific stafmember of EWI –1 scientific stafmember MB (of which 1 is filltime UT staff)
Graduation (II) •Max. 10 EC still open when starting master assignement. •Admission of the assignement by at least one member of the committee •Research proposal of the Assignement within one month approved, signed and sent to bij BOZ •In time application for Admission in the exam board meeting.
Practicalities: SMG Website! -Schedule (‘rooster’) -Study guide -Note: rules for ‘Academic Offence’ -Regulations: student charter and exam regulations -News -… and more
Practical information •Books: Student Association Stress •Syllabi/Readers: Union Shop Bastille •Campus map •Student number and UT address! E.g. Check this account regularly!
Internet applications (see study guide) •VIST (Course Information System) •TAST (Enrollment Exams) •TOST (Grades online) •Teletop (Electronic Learning Environment) Access: with student number and password (letter from ITBE within 2 weeks after registration)
Useful Contact information •Student counselor –Mr. Bert van Rein –Capt E006a. Appointment: •Bureau Educational Affairs (BOZ): SP209 •Programme coordinator –Ms. Celine Heijnen, MSc. (Tel ) –Capt C006. Appointment: •Programme director secretary –Ms. Sonneveldt, Capitool C/D 1e,
‘WANTED’ •To inform prospective master students about our master programme Business Information Technology we are looking for master students who want to join our BIT Promotion Team. Please step forward and contact Céline Heijnen
Lustrum activities •Breakfast due to the opening of the Lustrum week & presentation of the first Lustrumbook •Sports & culture activities •Study related company visits •Conference ‘Open Innovation and Creativity’ •Friday evening 21 st of November: Big lustrum party at the University! You will receive more information about the lustrum activities by soon!
3rd Lustrum BIT •November seminar with BIT alumni in Grolschveste stadion •Soccer match FC Twente •For more information join the BIT alumni group in LinkedIn for free!!: