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Postgraduate Programmes DHM

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Master of Science (Information Technology)

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The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSc.IT) is a program designed to meet the needs of the market for expertise in Information Technology. The program is intended to address the increasing demand in the work-place for IT professionals with a broad and sound knowledge of both technical and managerial skills.

The course is structured to focus on issues surrounding the development, implementation and management of information systems. Course units focusing on applied computer skills are emphasized to address the needs of students from various backgrounds who wish to build careers in the field of information technology. The course also offers leadership and management skills preparing students to take up leadership roles in the IT industry.

Students are prepared to work as information management personnel, system designers and developers, senior level managers in IT, academics in IT, etc. The programme opens the way for candidates who may wish to develop and further their knowledge in IT through research, with the intention of progressing to doctoral levels.

 

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Doctor of Philosophy (Information Technology)

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The Ph.D. programme offered by the Department of Information Technology is a research degree program. The program is designed for students with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from a variety of disciplines recognized by the University Senate. The doctoral program is intended for serious students who desire to make significant scientific research contributions to the field of Information Technology. While course work is required, it is important to understand that satisfactorily completing course work is not the goal of a doctoral program. A doctoral candidate is required to produce a publishable doctoral dissertation based upon the candidate’s original research. The dissertation must necessarily advance the body of scientific knowledge that underlies the discipline of Information Technology.

A critical component of a doctoral candidate’s development is the dissemination of scientific information. Doctoral candidates are routinely expected to author by themselves or co-author with their professors and fellow students scholarly papers for submission to scientific journals and conference proceedings. Doctoral candidates should also be prepared to present these research results at various national and international conferences.

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