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Master in Information Technology

The MIT program's Curriculum is designed to suit the needs of recent graduates with a background in Information Technology and related fields to prepare and expose them to the challenges of rapidly advancing technologies. The program is ideal for upgrading qualifications for those who aspire to move forward to technical management positions. The program also provides a Capstone Project where the participants build a final product that applies all of the competencies learned to a specific enterprise.

Highlights/Strengths of the Program

The MIT Program will enable its graduates to:

       1. Engage in continuing professional development and/or post-graduate education in adapting continuous technological changes in IT and its related fields.

  1. Have the ability to demonstrate strong analytical and critical thinking in designing, implementing and managing technological solutions to organizational problems.
  2. Have the ability to demonstrate technical skills in developing and promoting research to cope with IT emerging technologies and methodologies.
  3. Communicate effectively as an IT professional and collaborate with others of varying roles including users, peers and higher management.
  4. Demonstrate ethical behavior as an IT professional and sensitivity to the impact of technology on society.


  • Apple
  • Microsoft
  • Cisco Networking Academy
  • Google
  • SiteGround
  • Maxcon
  • Certiport
  • Oracle


Program Recognition

  • Level I Accredited status by PACUCOA