The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program emphasizes on the acquisition of theories and technologies preparing and enabling the student for the industrial practice of systems integration, systems administration, systems planning, systems implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a system and its components. Thus, the program aims to develop the knowledge of Information Technology (IT) theories, techniques and principles, and skills in using IT to provide solutions to problems of organizations and society.
In order to achieve the goals of the program, the following are the student outcomes upon completion of the MIT degree. At the time of their graduation, MIT students will be able to:
- Apply core information technology principles and practices.
- Apply best software engineering principles and practices to develop and maintain stable, secure, scalable, and maintainable software.
- Collaborate in geographically dispersed teams to produce effective solutions to complex information technology problems.
- Recommend appropriate information technology solutions based on organizational needs and an evaluation of alternatives.
- Identify and discuss professional, individual, organizational, societal, and regulatory implications of information systems and technology.
- Select technologies, policies, and procedures to assure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and IT systems.
The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program commits to the vision of sharing knowledge, expertise, leadership, and professionalism in the field of Information Technology through facilitation, research, and systems development in building community of workers in a technology-driven society.