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Option supervisor: Michel Mainville
Students learn to analyze, plan, develop, roll out and monitor a company’s information technologies while combining their technological, strategic and human dimensions.
Option supervisor: Yannick Brière
Information security is a major concern and a real challenge, but professionals who have a good understanding of both the technology and the needs of the organization are scarce. With this 30-credit program, become one of these analysts with multidisciplinary skills!
Certificate in Electronic Business Management
This 30-credit program provides students with the knowledge and know-how required to carry out a complete and successful business analysis and enterprise resource planning (ERP) management process.
Certificate in Information Systems and Business Analysis
Looking to become a business analyst? This 30-credit program will teach you how to analyze corporate IT projects in order to offer effective technology solutions to your clients.
Option Supervisor: Camille Grange
This program trains the next generation of E-Business analysts and mangers. By the end of it, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the impact that technological changes have on the socioeconomic and organizational spheres. You will also have acquired the strategic acumen needed to act on the business opportunities that arise thanks to the Web and the digital econmy.
Option supervisor: Ryad Titah
The HEC Montreal Ph.D. specialization in Information Technologies prepares students to become high-level, autonomous researchers. The curriculum emphasizes the mastering of research methods and the gaining of in-depth knowledge of the information technology literature. The knowledge thus acquired is applied during the conduct of the Ph.D. thesis. Over the course of the program, students are strongly encouraged to prepare – in collaboration with their supervisors – conference paper presentations and journal manuscript submissions.
Option Supervisor: Jean Talbot
Information Technologies option (in French)
Option supervisor: Alina-Maria Dulipovici
Students learn to analyze the IT needs of a company’s departments, design information systems or improve on existing ones. You will also learn to recognize growth opportunities and effectively manage IT resources.
Option supervisor: Camille Grange
You will develop a comprehensive understanding of the problems related to e-commerce by tackling legal, management and IT issues, and you will learn how to effectively incorporate e-Commerce technologies and solutions in organizations. The combination of know-how and field experience that this program offers will give you an edge in an increasingly competitive business environment.