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Master of Science (Information Technology) by Research **
A Master of Information Technology (MIT) programme is a graduate-level academic program designed to provide students with advanced knowledge and skills in various aspects of information technology. This program is intended for individuals who already possess a bachelor's degree in a related field and wish to further specialize or advance their career in the dynamic and rapidly evolving technology field.
A Master of Information Technology (MIT) program is important for several reasons, as it plays a critical role in addressing the complex challenges and opportunities presented by the rapidly evolving field of information technology.
As graduates, you are highly in demand to perform in a senior or managerial role. Organisations are always looking for professionals with strong managerial skills and abilities as it determines the success of their business.
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This programme is designed, delivered, assessed and awarded by SEGi University through the SEGiUniDigital Platform.
IELTS 6.0 is required if the applicant's prior education was not delivered in English.
i. A Bachelor’s Degree of Computing or in the area of science and technology or related to computing, with a minimum CGPA of 3.00;
ii. A Bachelor’s Degree of Computing or in the area of science and technology or related to computing, with CGPA below 3.00 but above 2.50, can be accepted subject to rigorous internal assessment process;
iii. A Bachelor’s Degree of Computing or in the area of science and technology or related to computing, with CGPA less than 2.50, with a minimum of 5 years working experience in a relevant field may be accepted.
- Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology) by Research
The programme prepares you for one of four likely career paths; a career as an academician in an institution of higher learning, a consultant in the lucrative IT industry, a technopreneur or research careers in industrial R&D or government-funded research institutions.