Education

Master of Science in Information Systems (MScIS) | Master of Law in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies | PhD in Information systems
 

Master of Science in Information Systems (MScIS)

The Master of Science in Information Systems allows students to acquire advanced skills in New Information and Communications Technologies (NICT) for use within organisations. Subjects are studied with a balanced multidisciplinary approach and cover both information technology and management techniques. The Master's degree thus trains high-level specialists with the skills needed to design, manage, evaluate and implement IT services and applications.

This Master's degree represents the outcome of the experience acquired over more than 25 years, as it is the direct continuation of the former "Postgraduate Diploma in Information and Organization (DPIO)".

3 semesters | 90 ECTS | Teaching in French and English

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Master of Law in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies

The Master of Law in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies results of a collaboration between the Law School and the School of Criminal Justice of the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration and the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC Lausanne).

3 to 5 semesters | 90 ECTS | Teaching in French only

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PhD in Information systems

The doctoral program in Information Systems supports doctoral students in developing their ability to complete an independent scientific study and to add to the body of knowledge in research fields that are closely related to new technologies and digital innovation. Successful applicants must hold an MSc degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, or an equivalent degree (with a minor in Information Systems / min. 30 ECTS). The Ph.D. in Information Systems opens the way for an academic career, and it also offers employment opportunities in consulting, large corporations, or public institutions. The Ph.D. is also an excellent starting point for entrepreneurial activities.

Undertaking doctoral studies requires a strong personal commitment for three to five years. During the first phase, the doctoral candidate acquires methodological skills and domain-specific knowledge through a tailor-made course program (minimum 12 ECTS). The candidate also performs a critical reading exam and defends a thesis proposal. The second phase is dedicated to research projects, and the candidate prepares submissions to international conferences and journals in Information Systems and Computer Science. Candidates complete their Ph.D. with the defense of their dissertation.

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