The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program uses an
approach that integrates key ideas from information technology, systems
management, and decision science. Through this integrated approach, students
gain a firm understanding of and appreciation for the power of information
and the systems created to supply and manage that information. Advanced
problem-solving skills (e.g., business analysis, process engineering,
systems correctness and performance) are emphasized throughout the program
that includes object-oriented analysis, comparative methods in software
engineering, telecommunications, project management, client-server
architectures, strategic planning, and database theories.
Admission to the MIT program is open to graduates of BS Computer
Science, BS Information Technology and or Computer Engineering. These
degrees must have been obtained from universities or colleges of recognized
standing. Graduates of Post Baccalaureate in Computer Technology are also
qualified to enroll.
Applicants for Advanced Studies should pass the OU Entrance Examination
and the interview. The following should be submitted to the PUP Open
If the student has not taken undergraduate courses in a field of
specialization, he is required to take twelve (12) units of qualifying
courses to be determined by the Academic Program Chairperson unless
otherwise specified in the curriculum;
The student may take more than the prescribed units in any distribution
in the curriculum to meet his career objective and professional needs;
Free electives may be chosen from among the courses offered which are
outside the required subjects in the studentâ€™s curriculum;
If the student has completed courses substantially equivalent to the
required courses, he may waive the latter by application to the Dean.
Choose an area of specialization:
Specialization: Network Administration (choose any 2 subjects)
Specialization: Database Administration (choose any 2 subjects)
Specialization: Managing Information System (choose any 2 subjects)
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