Information Management

                                      The Information Management Program is offered by the Faculty of Management and Business (FAGEN), at Federal University of Uberlandia (UFU).

The Information Management Program (IM Program) main objective is to teach the best joint practices of Business Management and ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) to create solutions to the information society. The program sits on a four pillar curriculum: engineering level quantitative formation (to which a strong statistical basis is added), management training, training in information technology (IT), and entrepreneurship groundwork.

Core classes in the IM Program cover Programming, Business Plan, Database Management, Business Problem Solving, Data Analysis, Project Management, Applied Statistics and Probability, Business Models, Tech Business Development, Finance, Business Strategy, Innovation, Business Intelligence, Math and Mix Marketing. In addition, IM Program use electives to investigate new possibilities of information management, especially those that deal with information technologies to achieve high levels of strategic business value, like Computer Science, Economics, Government and Creative Industries. See full course catalog here

See how important Information Management is becoming, and how you can be a part of it:

INFORMS Analytics:
The Analytics Section of INFORMS

Spiegel: Living by the Numbers: Big Data Knows What Your Future Holds

New York Times: The Age of Big Data

Wall Street Journal:
So, What's Your Algorithm?

Forbes: Big Data as Superhero: Fighting Crime and Boosting Security

Washington Post: 'Big data' from social media, elsewhere online redefines trend-watching

MIT Sloan Management:
What’s needed to transform companies’ use of analytics

El País: ‘Big data’ a la velocidad de la luz

Wall Street Journal: Big Data Gets Master Treatment at B-Schools

The Guardian: Ford and Nike use big data to make smarter sustainable design

HuffPost Tech: Big Data Heroes - Hiring and Retaining Analytic Rock Stars

Want China Times: Big data key to success of modern businesses: Alibaba founder

To find out more about the program, please click here.

Subpáginas (1): Course Catalog & Syllabus