Postgraduate Study

Master Program

Postgraduate students in information systems will be prepared as leaders and innovators in the global competition in the field of information systems. Other skills will also be given to this program such as critical and analytical thinking, leadership, communication, working in teams as well as being creative in developing and implementing information systems solutions.

Master of Information Systems Department masters accommodate a curriculum tailored to input from JSI-ITS graduate user companies, recommendations from professional associations (AIS and ACM), and analysis of IS / IT professional trends and opportunities for future JSI-ITS graduates. DSI graduates also adopt the method of grouping jobs (jobs) in the field of IS / IT (Robert Half Technology, 2008). For this reason, the 2014-2019 JSI-ITS curriculum aims to produce graduates who are able to carry out 4 (four) roles, namely:

  1. Information Systems Developer (IS Developer), which is a role that includes designers, makers, testers, evaluators, business rules makers, to prepare resources supporting information systems (SI) so that the goals / problems of an organization’s business can be achieved / resolved efficiently and effectively through assistance SI. This role can be carried out, among others, by the IS / IT Project Manager, System Analyst, Business System Analyst, System Designer, Programmer, and Application Architect.
  2. Consultant & System Integrator, namely roles that include supervision, evaluation and consultation of information technology (IT) solutions, as well as integration of various business processes that are facilitated by IS / IT including at the enterprise level. This role can be carried out, among others, by IS / IT Consultants, Practice Managers, Enterprise Architects, and ERP Specialists.
  3. Database Specialists, ie roles that include designers, builders, maintenance (including updating), to database analysis. This role can be done, among others, by Database Designer, Database Programmer, Database Administrator, Data Analyst (Data Analyst), Data Warehouse Analyst, and Business Intelligence Analyst.
  4. SI Academics (IS Academician), namely the role associated with an intellectual attitude such as critical, analytical, and producing scientific work. This role can be accomplished by, among others, Masters of Information Systems.
    Later, Information Systems masters graduates can fill a variety of roles from instructors, consultants and professionals such as system analysts, system integrators, project managers, data administrators, professionals in infrastructure and networks, product and service manager, and software developers.

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