The Master in Information Technology (MIT) is a professional program that emphasizes the acquisition of concepts and technologies preparing and enabling the student for the industrial practice of systems integration, system administration, system planning, system implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a system and its component.
MIT is a two-year graduate program that introduces students to advanced theoretical and practical aspects of Information and Communications Technology.
It combines knowledge in organizational systems, information security and management, and service management, which aims to equip professionals with the tools, knowledge, skills, and understanding of the latest technologies that are used in today’s business and organizations.
Upon completion of the Master of Information Technology program, the graduates are able to:
a. Demonstrate intellectual curiosity and creativity by applying advanced knowledge of computing, science, and mathematics in conceptualizing solutions to complex computing / IT-related problems
b. Identify, formulate, research literature, analyze and solve complex computing / IT-related problems and requirements reaching substantiated conclusions using principles of mathematics, and relevant domain disciplines
c. Design, implement and evaluate different computer-based systems, processes, components, or programs to meet desired needs and requirements under various constraints
d. Integrate effectively the advanced IT-based solutions into the user environment with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental concerns
e. Create, select, adapt and utilize appropriate advanced techniques, resources, skills and modern computing tools with an understanding of the limitations to attain intended goals
f. Perform responsibly as self-driven individual and work collaboratively and respectfully as a leader in diverse development teams and in multi-disciplinary settings exercising integrity and accountability
g. Communicate effectively in both oral and in written form by being able to deliver and comprehend instructions clearly and present persuasively to computing community and to diverse audience about complex computing related ideas and perspectives
h. Act in recognition of professional, ethical, legal, security and social responsibilities in the utilization of information technology
i. Engage in independent or self-learning as recognition of the importance of continuing one’s own intellectual growth as computing professional
j. Apply computing knowledge of diversity and multicultural competencies to promote equity and social justice in the community
k. Apply and practice expertise in specialized field of Information Technology with the end view of contributing to the local and national economy