Masters of Science in Information Technology

With the world's growing dependence on information systems, qualified professionals are needed to perform a wide range of IT-related jobs including development of new software and applications, maintaining networks, ensuring information security, and overseeing major technology implementations. With a Masters degree in IT, you can gain in-demand skills that make you more valuable in today's job marketplace.

Semester I

  • IT Management
  • .Net based Enterprise
  • Algorithm and Program Development using C
  • Capstone Project (Block: I, II, III)

Semester II

  • Operating System
  • Object Oriented Software Development using C++
  • Algorithm Analysis and Data Structures
  • Capstone Project Report (Block: IV, V, VI)
  • Capstone Project

Semester III

  • Design and Development of Databases
  • Software Engineering Practices
  • Advanced Computer Networks
  • Capstone Project Report (Block: VII, VIII, IX)

Semester IV

  • Elective 1
  • Elective 2
  • Project work

Total Credits: 60

  • Analyze problems and recommend need-specific solutions in a wide range of applications
  • Good exposure for the students to enterprise IT and software management. Analyze, design, develop and evaluate high-end computing systems
  • Undertake challenging projects and carry out project management and evaluate emerging technologies
  • Recommend appropriate information technology solutions based on organizational / business needs

Any Bachelor degree preferably with one paper in Mathematical Sciences such as Mathematics, Operation Research, Statistics or Computer Science.