Programmes

BSc. Global Business Informatics
We offer a Bachelors degree in Global Business Informatics. This degree draws together a social and technical understanding of IT within a global context, preparing students for work in an IT world. Members of TiP teach a variety of courses as part of this degree, alongside colleagues in other research groups.

For more information and how to apply please see the Bachelor in Global Business Informatics website.

Master i IT-Ledelse og Strategi
We offer a Masters degree in IT Leadership and Strategy. This degree focuses on IT and management with a strong business and  leadership profile, addressing issues and challenges that occur when IT is to play a role in business and innovation, organization and development.
For more information and how to apply please see the Masters in IT Leadership and Strategy website (in Danish only).

Master i Organisation og Implementering
We also offer a Masters degree in IT: Organization and Implementation. This degree focuses on IT project management while providing both theoretical and practical training to ensure the project’s business value.
For more information and how to apply please see the Masters in IT: Organization and Implementation website (in Danish only).

MSc. Digital Innovation and Management
We offer a Masters degree in Digital Innovation and Management (E-business). This degree provides you with tools to generate ideas and develop radically new opportunities in a complex world. You will learn to see and create value by forming new relations between people, IT and society. Digital Innovation and Management has a strong international perspective and the programme is conducted in English.

For more information and how to apply please see the Master in Digital Innovation and Management website.

Masters and PhD Supervision

Members of TiP are happy to supervise both student projects and theses. Examples of our fields of expertise include:

  • Organizational analysis and design
  • Design, implementation and use of IT in health care settings
  • Standardization and customization
  • Globalization, technology and culture
  • Digital culture/cultures of computing
  • Technologically mediated computing
  • Technological and scientific controversy

Potential supervisors can be contacted directly by e-mail (see individual pages of researchers for contact information).

Courses

Past courses