Business Information Systems

Prof. Adrian Munteanu, PhD.
Assoc. Valerică Greavu-Şerban,

Computer Programming or Information Systems Analysis/ Projection (or equivalents in Programming Engineering, Finance-Accounting Information Systems), Databases.


  • Compulsory Courses
    Object-Oriented Analysis and Projection
    Multilayer Applications Development
    Database Logic in Business Applications
    Project Management
    Decision-Assisting Systems
    Elective Courses – five courses from the package
    Linux Systems Administration
    Mobile Business Applications
    Data Repositories
    Science, Technology and Society
    IT Applications Testing and Evaluation
  • Compulsory Courses
    Research/ Documentation Internship and Master’s Thesis Elaboration
    Elective Courses – four courses from the package
    Service-Oriented Architectures
    CRM (Customer Relationship Management)
    E-Communication and E-Documents
    IT Governance
    Polyglot Persistence and Big Data
    Hybrid Intelligent Systems
    Elective Courses – one course from the package
    Organisational Behaviour
    Advanced Financial Accounting
    Econometrics 2
    Economy and Globalisation
    Financial-Accounting Reporting
    Elective Courses – two courses from the package
    Advanced Analysis and Projection
    Information Systems Audit
    Data Repositories
    Advanced Programming

The Programme is designed to meet the demands of the IT market in Romania, although many of the Master’s graduates are currently working in the EU and extra-European space.

An increase in the IT market in Iași is forecast for the period 2015-2020, with increasing numbers of Western-European companies planning to open subsidiaries in Iași or expand their current operations.

Most BIS graduates (over 70%) start working in IT before completing the Master’s programme.

Advantages of the programme: practical orientation; mostly project-based assessment; ongoing assessment during the semester, without massive focus during the exam session; flexible schedule; contact with employers; internships in specialised companies; positive atmosphere.

Starting with 2015-2016, some of the courses have been taught in English, together with the “English branch” of the programme (Software Development and Business Information Systems), thus meeting a major demand of IT employers.