Our Postgraduate Programmes
MC04 - MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT MITM (Master by Coursework)
Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology (FCSIT) mission is to be the first-choice institution, recognised for its dynamism, innovative and first-rate tertiary education programmes, visionary goals alongside excellent research and professional services in related expertise, FCSIT offers a wide range of courses in the field of computer science and information technology (IT), and provides suitable opportunities in research to fulfill the demands of the country and its modern graduates.
The programme will provide students with an understanding of IT project management concepts and principles. Besides the project management, another important component is to expose the students with an overview of business intelligence and its practical applications in the business environment. This programme is suitable for students with little or no programming experience. It aims to build an understanding of computational thinking concepts, approaches and tools. Computational thinking is a fundamental skill that focuses on the process of abstraction and combines mathematical and engineering thinking when solving problems. In addition, the program also explores ethics related to IT, highlighting issues and ethical use of IT as a communication medium
MITM programme is opened to candidates from various background who are aiming to tailor their postgraduate studies according to their needs or their employer’s. The programme provides a wide and in-depth knowledge of the areas of IT and its state-of-the-art application. The course contents cover in the programme are relevant and in-line with the needs to produce a highly skilled workforce in the field of IT. Besides, the elements of Industrial Revolution 4.0 are implemented in this programme.
The programme will be offered at our main Campus in Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. Students are required to complete 40 credit units of courses and pass with a minimum grade of B- along with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.00. Candidates must complete the following modules: six core modules, totaling 23 credits. Two specialisation courses, totaling 8 credits and one project paper with 9 credits.