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1. Program Description
The Master of Information Technology (MIT) provides opportunity for students to undertake in-depth of today technologies and developments in various IT fields. The program provides a comprehensive postgraduate education in Information Technology which will meet the needs of those who wish pursue their master degree that will upgrade IT skills and competencies to their existing qualification or work experiences, or for those IT professional or recent graduates who are seeking to expand or update their knowledge and skills.
2. Program Objective
MIT aims to produce competent graduates that meet the following IT needs of business world today are:
  • Advanced IT skills in the area of networking, database and programming
  • Cutting-edge technology and tools
  • Analytical thinking, and problem solving skills
  • Broad perspective in business, technologies, and management
  • Communication and interpersonal skills
3. Learning Schedule
 Weekday Shift
Study Period 2 Years
Enroll Credits per Semester 13 Credits
Day Monday to Friday
Time 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Weekend Shift
Study Period 2 Years and a half
Enroll Credits per Semester 11 Credits
Day Saturday (Half day) and Sunday (Full day)
Time 7:30am - 12:00pm / 1:00pm - 5:30pm
4. Job Opportunities7. Prospective Students
Students who graduate this program will be able to apply their knowledge in the administration and management of Information Technology Systems such as:
  • IT Project Manager / IT Team Leader
  • Network Administrator / Manager
  • System Administrator / Manager
  • Database Administrator / Manager
  • Information System Developers / Manager
 The potential students for this program are:
  • Graduates of Bachelor of Sciences in the field of Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology, or any other computer-related degree
  • Graduates of Bachelor with non-Information Technology education may also be accepted. However, they require assessment and attend preparatory courses.
5. Graducated Program Requirement8. Curriculum
Students enroll for this program will be those who. The proposed program has the following requirements:
Graduated bachelor degree in the field of computer science and engineering or equivalent
  • Fulfilled all credit requirements (54 Credits)
  • Completed master project
  • Passed state examination
  • Core Courses (27 Credits)
    • Technology Management
    • CCNA Security
    • Data Management and Modeling
    • E-Commerce Technology
    • Software Engineering
    • Cloud Computing
    • Information Security
    • Advanced Database Recovery
    • Decision Support System
  • Professional Courses (18 Credits)
    • Microsoft Windows Server
    • Microsoft SQL Server (BI)
    • Business Solutions with Microsoft Sharepoint
    • Geographic Information System
    • Software Project Management
    • Enterprise Application with Microsoft Dynamic CRM
  • Management Courses (09 Credits)
    • Organizational Behaviors
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • IT Research Methodology
  • Elective Course
    • Thesis (Option 2) 12 Credits
6. Admission Requirement
Students enroll for this program will be those who. The proposed program has the following requirements:
  • Complete Application Form with 2 Photos with size 4x6
  • Original copy of transcript
  • Original copy of bachelor degree
  • Assessment exam