This is a rigorous 2-year programme aimed at providing advanced management information systems training to highly qualified degree holders. It is geared towards developing the research capacities of participant students and is positioned as a breeding programme for doctoral candidates in Information Systems. The emphasis is research and students spend the entire second year in the programme writing an MPhil thesis under supervision. MPhil Management Information Systems students take such courses as Theories in Information Systems, Technology Leadership and Knowledge Management, E-Business, Business Information Systems, and Systems Analysis and Design.
The aim of this programme is to equip graduates with critical and analytical skills for researching, teaching and defining solutions to the opportunities and challenges in adopting, implementing and using information technology in firms and institutions. The programme is aimed at participants who are seeking into develop careers in academic and research institutions or in fields which require the teaching and research on information systems.
In relation to the above aims, the following objectives are outlined:
A good first degree (at least a Second Class Lower) in a relevant field of study from any recognised university and a minimum of three (3) years work experience. There is one admission in August every year. An entrance examination or interview may be conducted.
YEAR ONE - First Semester
YEAR ONE - Second Semester
YEAR TWO - First Semester
YEAR TWO - Second Semester
*New courses being introduced as part our upcoming programmes in MBA Operations Mangement and Logistics and our revisd MBA MIS programme
The primary goal of the department is to equip graduates with the philosophical, critical and analytical skills for researching, teaching and developing sustainable solutions to the opportunities and challenges in adopting, implementing and using information systems in the local communities, firms, institutions in Ghana, Africa and beyond.