BSc Information Management

“The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil,
but data.”
(The Economist 2017)

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The Information Management Undergraduate Programme aims to train professionals with strong analytical skills, able to collect,
organize and analyze organizations’ information, translating
it into a strategic resource that allows them to innovate,
develop competitive advantages and predict new market trends.

In this degree, it is intended that students acquire skills to
perform new functions in the information society and knowledge.

Main Study Themes

Master a set of techniques and methodologies for data collection
Understand the paradigms and technologies currently used in the management and dissemination of information
Develop models for the establishment of information flow to improve the processes of decision support and business management
Master the tools and processes used for the storage, organization and access to information in a business context
Master the statistical and computational tools for treating information such as to reduce uncertainty associated to decision making
Know how to transform data into useful and relevant information, using language accessible to various decision centers

Career Opportunities

Business Process Manager, Business Analyst, Data Analyst, Information Manager, Specialist in Analytical Marketing, Specialist in Data Science applied to Management, Specialist in Decision Support Systems.


IT companies, Banking, Insurance, telecommunications, marketing and market research, consulting, logistics and distribution.

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BSc in Information Management Structure

  • Advanced Topics in Mathematics;
  • Technical English;
  • The Portuguese Experience (two modules)
  • Introduction to Project Development
  • Business Management
  • Computation I
  • Economics Analysis
  • Information Systems
  • Linear Algebra
  • Mathematics Analysis I
  • Computation in Statistics & Information Management
  • Information in the Society
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics Analysis Ii
  • Personal Development I
  • Statistics I
  • Data Analysis
  • Data Treatment
  • Databases I
  • Geospatial Intelligence
  • Statistics II
  • Databases II
  • Economics I
  • Enterprise Information Systems
  • Statistics III
  • Survey
  • Business Process Management
  • Computational Methods for Optimization
  • Data Mining
  • Econometrics II
  • Market Research
  • Personal Development II
  • Final Semester (Student will choose from the below):
    • Applied Economy
    • Digital Innovation Project
    • Entrepreneurship and Projects Analysis
    • Forecasting Methods
    • Geospatial Analysis
    • Information and Law
    • Information Systems Seminar
    • Intelligent Systems
    • Mobile Apps Development
    • Remote Sensing
    • Risk Management
    • Smart and Sustainable Cities
    • Web Analytics
    • Web Marketing & E-Commerce

We regularly review our course content to make it relevant and current for the benefit of our students. For these reasons, course modules may be updated.