Master of Science in Information Technology and Systems (90 ECTS)

Overview

The Master of Science in Information Technology and Systems provides fundamental skills in a variety of advanced ICT areas such as cloud computing, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT), with a focus on developing intelligent solutions through a blend of hardware and software. The programme focuses on software as a service infrastructure, information management, enterprise systems and eLogistics. A focus is also placed on systems strategy and management, business process innovation and cyber security. Key to the programme are network security and data management technologies, as well as software defined networking, and the new field of distributed hashing and computing, typified by distributed version control systems and blockchain based crypto-currency

Course Duration

5 Semesters

Entry Requirements

Relevant degree, MQF Level 5 qualification and adequate professional experience are also considered.

Careers & Progression

Graduates with a master's degree in information technology obtain the skills and knowledge necessary to work as IT managers. The career path for IT managers might lead to advancement as chief technology officer and eventually chief information officer.

Exit Strategy

Post-Graduate Certificate in Information Technology and Systems (30 Credits)
Post- Graduate Diploma in Information Technology and Systems (60 Credits)
Full Master in Information Technology and Systems (90 Credits)