NCC Education is delighted to announce a brand new online MSc offering in Strategic Business Information Systems (SBIS) through the University of Hertfordshire.
Students who have successfully completed the NCC Education Postgraduate Diploma in Strategic Business IT (PgD SBIT) can apply to the University of Hertfordshire for enrolment onto their MSc SBIS course from July 2010 for the September 2010 intake.
The MSc in Strategic Business Information Systems will enable students to:
Learn best examples of work practice in preparation for senior business roles
- Understand IT issues affecting global businesses today
- Progress to senior management positions in the IT profession
John Hobson, Principal Lecturer in Strategic Business Information, University of Hertfordshire says:
"The University of Hertfordshire is delighted to partner with NCC Education to offer their PgD SBIT students the opportunity to build on their existing knowledge and experience to gain a full master's qualification in Strategic Business Information Systems".
The MSc is taught wholly online through 'StudyNet', an online virtual learning environment, by experienced University of Hertfordshire lecturers. The support provided by the university is unrivalled with students receiving lecture notes, course materials, online discussion and group work facilities, interactive blogs, communication with tutors and fellow students, access to a digital library and a personal e-portfolio.
University of Hertfordshire
As the leading business-facing university in the UK, the University of Hertfordshire is focussed on developing new and creative approaches to learning, teaching and research. The university is a leader amongst UK universities in the use of electronic systems to support learning and has developed its own virtual learning environment 'StudyNet', which enables students to complete their course wholly online.
With a student community of 24,500, including more than 2,000 international students from over 85 countries, the university has a global network of over 165,000 alumni.