With the world's growing dependence on information systems, qualified professionals are needed to perform a wide range of IT-related jobs including development of new software and applications, maintaining networks, ensuring information security, and overseeing major technology implementations.
With a Master’s degree in IT, you can gain in-demand skills that make you more valuable in today's job marketplace.
Any Bachelor degree preferably with one paper in Mathematical Sciences such as Mathematics, Operation Research, Statistics or Computer Science.
|I||MIT101||Advanced Computer Networks||4|
|MIT102||Advanced Database Management System||4|
|MIT104||Software Testing and Quality Assurance||4|
|MIT106||Open Source Technologies||4|
|MIT1RP||One Week Residency Program(2 Mandatory out of 3 programs per year)||2|
|IV||MIT201||Software Project Planning and Management||4|
|VI||MIT2PV||Project Work and Viva voce Examination||8|
|MIT1RP||One Week Residency Program (2 Mandatory out of 3 programs per year)||2|