MIT

The Masters in Information Technology (MIT) curriculum is designed by closely following the courses practiced in accredited international universities, subject to the condition that the intake students are mostly from Bachelor in Masters in Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Application, Information Management, or Information Systems. The Masters in Information Technology (MIT) provides the knowledge, understanding and research skills to solve real-world problems with cutting-edge technology.

The MIT program avails to develop deep theoretical and practical knowledge in specific areas of information technology so that MIT graduates will have the intellectual and conceptual foundation to play leading roles in the development of the information technology industry. The MIT program curriculum covers the standard core and elective Information Technology courses. In addition, the program offers several courses that provide knowledge for both research and development information technology areas. The foundation and core courses are designed to meet the graduate program requirement, and the service courses are designed to meet the need of fast changing computer technologies and their application. All graduate students are required to complete at least 59 credit hours and they may complete maximum of 62 credit hours. The program is under Institute of Science and Technology (IOST).

Objective

The main objective of MIT program is to deliver comprehensive education in principles and practices on information technology so to provide students’ depth knowledge and research skills in the information technology domain including theories, programming practices, and application of computers.

MIT Program Highlights

  • Digital Economy & Marketing
  • Cloud & Mobile Computing
  • Cyber Security & Digital Forensic
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Digital Governance 

ELIGIBILITY

The student entering the MIT program must have completed Bachelor of Information Technology degree offered by TU or its equivalent. The program also admits students having Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Computer Science and Information Technology, Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Engineering in Computer and Electronics, Bachelor of Information Management, Bachelor of Information Systems, Bachelor of Computer Application of their equivalent.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

Prospective student can apply for admission by submitting a completed from as required by the general rule of the university. The students for admission are selected based on the scores in the entrance test conducted by the admitting college.

The admission for MIT opens around February/March.

Entrance Examination 

The total marks for the entrance examination will be 100. The questions will be objective, and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) will be asked from BSc or equivalent level from the related subjects. Students must secure at least 35% marks to pass the entrance examination. 

JOB PROSPECTS

As the field of information technology rapidly grows, so do the job opportunities. Many businesses and organizations are increasingly relying on technology which has increased the demand for skilled IT professionals. Individuals can choose between a government/public sector job like civil service or a private sector job where firms hire MIT graduates for project planning, management and other IT related departments. Alternatively, graduates can also choose to freelance.

Career Options in IT

  • Management Consultant
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Technical Writer
  • Innovation Manager
  • Video Game Designer
  • IT Manager
  • Cloud Architect
  • Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
  • IT Director
  • Senior IT Consultant
  • IT Recritment Consultant

CURRICULAR STRUCTURE

Semester I

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Full Marks
MIT501 Object Oriented Analysis and Design 3 75
MIT502 Advanced Database System 3 75
MIT503 Enterprise Applications 3 75
MIT504 Information Security 3 75
MIT505 Programming Language 3 75
Total   15 375

Semester II

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Full Marks
MIT551 Distributed and Cloud Computing 3 75
MIT552 Digital Marketing 3 75
MIT553 IT Project Management 3 75
MIT554 Intelligent Computing 3 75
MIT555 Seminar 1 25
  Elective I 3 75
Total   16 400

List of Electives

  • Internet of Things (MIT556)
  • Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis (MIT557)
  • E-commerce and E-business (MIT558)
  • Advanced Programming (MIT559)

Semester III

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Full Marks
MIT601 Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics 3 75
MIT602 Data Analytics and Visualization 3 75
MIT603 Digital Governance 3 75
MIT554 Term Paper 2 50
  Elective II 3 75
Total   14 350

List of Electives

  • Digital Economy (MIT605)
  • Mobile Computing (MIT606)
  • Human Computer Interaction (MIT607)
  • Database Administration (MIT608)

Semester IV

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Full Marks
MIT651 IT Entrepreneurship and Innovation 3 75
MIT652 Thesis/Project 8 200
  Elective III 3 75
  Extra Elective 3 75
Total   14 350

List of Electives/Extra Electives

  • Social Network Analytics (MIT653)
  • Software Testing (MIT654)
  • Network and System Administration (MIT655)
  • Web Technology (MIT656)
  • International Business (MIT657)