Department for Management and Information Technologies

A brief description of areas that are studied at the Department

In view of the fact that a contemporary literacy must be regarded to a large extent through the level of knowledge that a person has from the area of use (application) of information technologies, the study programmes designed and performed by the Department for Management and Information Technologies offer to its students different levels of knowledge from the area of business informatics, business information systems, management of information systems, and all that in order to prepare students for ever more demanding labor market.

Programs have been designed with the basic aim to prepare students to become familar with theoretical and conceptual bases of business informatics, management of information systems, business information systems, management of information technologies/resources, analysis and design of business IS, basics of programming and development of business applications, as well as the application of IT tools in the contemporary business transactions. The courses studied within the Department for Management and Information Technologies are: Business Informatics, Systems for Support of Decision-making, Management of Information technologies, Theory of System and Information, Analysis of Business Processes, Business Application of ComputerN and Telecommunciations, etc. The complete list of courses can be seen in the ECTS Catalogue of Courses.

Department name and General information on the Department

Department for Management and Information Technologies

A development of global economy has been characterized by processes of transformation from the industrial towards information and innovation society, together with the promotion of knowledge, as well as information as the important business resource. In such processes, the role of information technologies is crucial, together with management and its application in practice.

In such an environment, only the companies that can usee in an efficent and effective manner information technologies can succeed; as well as those firms that can create innovative products and render services by applying IT in order to be more competitivie and more succesful in today's turbulent environment. Yet another key aspect within the contemporary business systems happen to be human resources that must be thoroughly educated within the comorehensive set of IT skills and competences in order for their compamy to become ready to respond to the market needs.Students have a chance to acquire basic competences from the contemporary technologies, and the specific and advanced levels of know-how from the contemporary information management, and the role of IT in the modern management and business operations.

Concentration of Studies (per Cycles of Study)

Department for Management and Information Technologies offer its students study programs in the two concentration lines in the First (BA) Cycle of study: 'Management and Information Technologies' and 'Development of Business Information Systems'. On the Second (MA) Cycle of Study, the concentration lines of study offered are: 'Management and Information Technologies', and the line 'Strategic Information Management', in collaboration with the Faculty of Economics from Zagreb, Croatia.

The concentration lines study: 'Management and Information Technologies' and 'Development of Business Information Systems' have been designed from the perspective of contemporary business dealings and ever more pronounced need to prepare the necessary professionals for today's companies that will be able to use information technologies in an efficient manner, manage information resources, and manage business systems with the application of IT.

 

Management and IT (Second Cycle)

The goal of these studies id to deepen students' knowledge, competences and skills from the area of management and information technologies.

Strategic Information Management (Second Cycle)

The aim of this MBA study programme is to acquire additional knowledge, competences and skills from the area of contemporary information management. The line of strudy is meant for the IT professionals with the experience in the field, or who have intention to work in information management or the company management (CIO-CEO positions).

Department members

Prof. dr Zlatko Lagumdžija

Management of Information Systems

zlatko.lagumdzija@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Prof. dr Nijaz Bajgorić

Development of Business Information Systems

nijaz.bajgoric@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Prof. dr Aida Habul

Development of Business Information Systems

aida.habul@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Prof. dr Savo Stupar

Development of Business Information Systems

savo.stupar@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Dr Tarik Zaimović, Assistant Professor

Management of Information Systems

tarik.zaimovic@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Dr Amila Pilav-Velić, Assistant Professor

Development of Business Information Systems

amila.pilav-velic@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Kemal Kačapor, MA, Teaching Assistant

Management of Information Systems

kemal.kacapor@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Lejla Turulja, MA, Teaching Assistant

Development of Business Information Systems

lejla.turulja@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Amra Rizvić, MA, Teaching Assistant

Management of Information Systems

amra.rizvic@efsa.unsa.ba

 

Supporting members:

 

Dr Elvedin Grabovica, Assistant Professor,

e-mail: elvedin.grabovica@efsa.unsa.ba

Area of Research: Management of Information Systems

 

Semir Ibrahimović, MSc,

e-mail: semir.ibrahimovic@efsa.unsa.ba

Area of Research: Development of Business Information Systems