Master of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or related discipline, Mathematics or related discipline of at least Upper Division Second Class Honors, or an equivalent qualification from an institution recognized by Senate.
- Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or related discipline, Mathematics or related discipline of at least Lower Division Second Class Honors plus at least two years relevant experience, or an equivalent qualification from another institution recognized by Senate.
The program takes a minimum of 4 semesters and a maximum of 8 semesters. To graduate with the Master of Science in Information Technology degree, a candidate must pass all coursework, one seminar, publish at least one journal paper, and pass the Master thesis defense.
- Apply research skills to solve problem in Software Engineering, IT projects, Networking, Image Processing and Data management.
- Apply management and leadership knowledge and skills in IT project management, data management, network design and administration and software development process management.
- Apply Data mining techniques to analyze and extract information from vast amount of available data and digital images.
IT Project Manager (in software and networking projects)
Researcher in Software Engineering, Networking, and Data science
Tutorial Fellow /Assistant Lecturer in Higher learning Institutions