Master of Science in Information Technology
A Master of Science in Information Technology (abbreviated M.Sc. IT, MSc IT or MSIT) is a two- year professional Master's degree in information technology. The MSIT degree is designed for those managing information technology, especially the information systems development process. The course of study is concentrated around the Information Systems discipline. The degree typically includes coursework in both computer science and business skills.
The Masters in Information Technology will prepare graduates to apply technology to real-world systems and problems. In addition to learning fundamental business applications, one will gain specialized skills specific to the IT industry. This combination of contemporary technical and management knowledge will provide a specialized skill-set that one will rely on now and throughout one’s professional career.
A Masters degree in Information Technology is highly valued by many employers seeking professionals with advanced degrees in the field of technology, practical leadership abilities and a broad technical understanding of emerging technologies in the IT field.
Candidates who have done BE/B.Tech /AMIE/B.Sc(C.Sc)/B.Sc (IT)" to 'BE / B.Tech / AMIE / B.Sc (C.Sc) / B.Sc (IT) from a recognized University or Bachelors Degree in any Discipline with more than two years of experience in IT industry.
The course is made up of 4 semesters which may be completed within a minimum duration of 2 years and a maximum duration of 4 years.