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Curriculum

Modules and Courses

The four semester lasting Master program comprises a workload of 120 credits. The program is structured modularly. In the following table, the examination subjects are specified by means of title, course type, credits (ECTS) and semester hours. For the three partner universities of the University of Graz only the module names and sub-module names are given.

In the column “O/OS/E” it is specified whether a module/a course is obligatory (O), obligatory selected (OS) or elective (E). Obligatory selected modules/courses are modules/courses which must be selected from a list/contingent of offered modules/courses. The description of the modules can be found in the following.

The first academic year takes place at the home university (modules A1 – A4), the mandatory stay abroad is in the second academic year (modules B1 – B4).

  Module title/examination subject Course type O/OS/E credits semester hours
A3 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (only for students from Chungbuk National University in the 1st academic year) 60  
Module A3.a Technology and Culture   O 10  
Module A3.b Special Topics on Data Mining   O 10  
Module A3.c E-Government   O 10  
Module A3.d Knowledge Management   O 10  
Module A3.e Selected Topics on Management Information Systems   OS 10  
Module A3.e1 Supply Chain Management   OS 0-10  
Module A3.e2 Economics of Information Security   OS 0-10  
Module A3.e3 System Dynamics   OS 0-10  
 
  Module title/examination subject Course type O/OS/E credits semester hours
B1 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (only for students from the University of Graz and the University of Hildesheim at Chungbuk National University in the 2nd academic year) 60  
Module B1 Selected Topics on Management Information Systems   OS 24  
Module B1.a Technology and Culture   OS 0-10  
Module B1.b E-Government   OS 0-10  
Module B1.c Knowledge Management   OS 0-10  
Module B1.d Supply Chain Management   OS 0-10  
Module B1.e Economics of Information Security   OS 0-10  
Module B1.f System Dynamics   OS 0-10  
Module B2 Korean Language and Korean History and Culture   OS 10  
Master thesis     20  

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Description of the modules provided by Chungbuk National University

Module A3.a and module B1.a: Technology and Culture

    Content:
      Two different approaches to technological change, factors affecting the adoption of telecommunication innovation, the military-industry complex, the social impact of telephone, radio/TV in daily lives, digital life, wired life, etc.
    Learning Objectives:
      To understand the nexus between technology and culture from a holistic view by focusing on both contemporary changes and on historical continuities in technological innovations.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, discussions
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each academic year.

Module A3.b: Special Topics on Data Mining

    Content:
      Concepts and applications of Data Mining (DM) and its techniques including association rule, decision tree, cluster analysis, neural networks, and so on. Hands-on practices of DM software will also be included.
    Learning Objectives:
      To understand data mining concepts and their algorithms and to cultivate mining skills for a variety of business cases.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, discussions, projects
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each academic year

Module A3.c and module B1.b: E-Government

    Content:
      E-Government with an emphasis on the public administration reform via IT applications for the better services to civilians, brief history and background of Korean e-Government, notable achievements and key success factors, and emerging issues and challenges, field trips for some exemplary cases, etc.
    Learning Objectives:
      To learn the lessons from the e-Government experiences in Korea, understand principles of e-government implementation within the framework of enterprise architecture (EA) to fit current situational change.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, discussions
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each academic year.

Module A3.d: Knowledge Management

    Content:
      A range of strategies and practices used in an organization to identify, create, represent, distribute knowledge, and to enable adoption of insights and experiences comprising knowledge, either embodied in individuals or embedded in organizations as processes or practices.
    Learning Objectives:
      To understand what KM is all about, the objectives are three-folded: 1) techno-centric focus on social media and other technologies that enhance knowledge sharing and creation, 2) organizational focus on how an organization can be designed to facilitate knowledge processes best, and 3) cultural focus on the interaction of people, identity, knowledge, and environmental factors as a complex adaptive system akin to a natural ecosystem.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, discussions, oral presentations
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each academic year.

Module A3e: Selected Topics on Management Information Systems

Module A3.e1: Supply Chain Management

    Content:
      The practical applications of theories in production and logistics, and investigations on how to apply information technology in selected domains.
    Learning Objectives:
      To cultivate basic knowledge of Supply Chain Management (SCM) and apply information technology to cope with SCM issues.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, discussions.
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each acadmic year

Module A3.e2: Economics of Information Security

    Content:
      Economic analysis methods of information security investments to support information security managers' decision-making process.
    Learning Objectives:
      To understand quantitative and qualitative analysis methods for information security investment alternatives and their portfolios.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, homework, oral presentations
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each academic year

Module A3.e3: System Dynamics

    Content:
      The applications of systems thinking, integrated systems modelling, and system simulation for the societal and business problems will be made, following the understanding of basic concepts of system archetypes and the nature of system dynamics.
    Learning Objectives:
      To improve understanding of the ways in which socio-economic entity's performance is related to its internal structure and operating policies, and to gain hands-on experience in developing and testing computer simulation models in diverse settings.
    Teaching Methods:
      lectures, discussions
    Presumed prior Knowledge:
      -
    Offered:
      each academic year.