MSc in Information Science and Technology Management (Full-time)

Integration of information science and business management

In today’s globalized marketplace and knowledge-based society, advancement in information technology is fundamental to success. The MSc in Information Science and Technology Management (MSc in ISTM) is a curriculum-evolution of the long-established full-time programme of MSc in Information and Technology Management. It is designed to equip students with business and management principles and practices of information technology as well as in-depth related technical knowledge and broad business skills for pursuing a successful career in many parts of the world.


With synergy of the strength from the Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics (DSE Department), CUHK Business School and the Department of Information Engineering (IE Department), Faculty of Engineering, MSc in ISTM covers topics of latest developments in both theories and applications of information science, technology, and business management, such as big data management, blockchain, business intelligence, fintech, information security, internet of things, project management, social media analytics, etc. The programme provides solid training to students while accommodates their different interests and background.

Key Facts

Programme commencement
The first cohort of MSc in Information Science and Technology Management will commence in September 2023.

Full-time: 12 months

Entry requirements
– A bachelor’s degree with at least second-class honours or grade B from a recognised university, or an equivalent professional qualification.
– Please also see our GMAT/GRE and language proficiency requirements.

Language of instruction
English (Cantonese and Putonghua may be used in Advanced Information Systems Practicum.)

The tuition fee for the academic year 2023/24 is HK$280,000.

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