Graduates of the information systems departments are capable of designing, implementing, disseminate, and maintain information systems in a variety of roles in the workplace. The students acquire technological knowledge and experience as well as the organizational and inter-personal know-how required to understanding the meaning of an information system to the organization and the user. Special focus is placed on first-hand experience, including an industrial graduation project.
Graduate studies in the information systems department allow deeper exploration of a wide range of contemporary technologies: data mining, medical information systems, pervasive computing, and more. The center of the M.Sc. studies is a thesis work, directed by one of the department's faculty, which provides the student with an opportunity to experience academic research. The department also offers a master's degree without a thesis. M.Sc. graduates can proceed to senior industrial posts or to a research track which include doctoral studies.