Master of Information Technology- MIT:
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Programme Description:

Masters in Information Technology (MIT) at International University of East Africa is a two (2) year postgraduate degree programme which focuses on imparting practical, managerial and research skills in Information Technology (IT) to students at a postgraduate level. This programme is in line with the university's mission, which is “to provide an excellent education that includes practical experience and skills”. Students who complete this degree programme will have gained an in-depth knowledge which they can use to analyse and solve problems using ICT field, advise organizations on technology options and head IT departments, among others.

Courses Offered

Master of Information Technology- MIT

TRADITIONAL LEARNING

 

COURSE CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1

MIT710

Fundamentals of Information Technology

MIT711

Web-based Information Systems

MIT712

Programming

MIT713

Seminar Series I

MIT714

Research Methodology

ELECTIVES (Choose 1 elective course)

MIT715

Systems and Organizations

MIT716

Computer Networks

MIT717

Cyber Law and IT Ethics

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2

MIT720

Database Systems Development

MIT721

Human Computer Interaction

MIT722

 Advanced Operating Systems

MIT723

Virtualization and Cloud Computing

MIT724

Seminar Series II

ELECTIVES (Choose 1 elective course)

MIT725

IT Infrastructure Management

MIT726

E-Commerce

MIT727

Information and Network Security

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1

MIT810

Software Engineering

MIT811

Enterprise Network Implementation and Management

MIT812

Big Data Analytics

ELECTIVES (Choose 1 elective course)

MIT813

Agile Web Development

MIT814

Information Security

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2

MIT820

Individual Research Project

Master of Information Technology career paths

i. IT Director

ii. Chief Information Officer (CIO)

iii. Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

iv. Information Technology Project Manager

v. Information Technology Specialist

vi. ICT consultant

vii. Teaching and Research in IT