Master In Information Technology

The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program is a two-year non-thesis graduate program for professionals and educators who want to advance their knowledge and skills in Information Technology. Subsequently, the program aims to provide and equip graduate students with the competency used in today’s Business-IT environment.

The MIT curriculum is composed of thirty-three (33) units of coursework comprising of core courses (15 units) and specialization courses (18). A capstone project (6 units) is the terminal activity of the graduate student, which must be presented in a local or international research forum.