Master in Information Technology

Curriculum

The program consists of thirty-six (36) units of which twelve (12) units are core subjects and eighteen (18) units are specialization subjects. A six-unit independent study completes the program through an innovative development project.

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) graduate program aims to develop among its students the knowledge of information technology (IT), concepts, techniques and principles to provide solutions to problems of organizations and society. It offers a smooth and efficient transition from knowledge and skills gained in the undergraduate studies to a more strategic skill set in systems application development, applying multidisciplinary approaches on the use of IT to enable efficiency and success in business.

Core Courses
Operating Systems
Databases
Design of Computer Networks
System Programming

Specialization Subjects
Programming Languages
Network Management and Administration
Project Management
Embedded Systems
Multimedia Systems
Quality Assurance

Independent Study
Project

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