Master of Applied Information Technology
The Master of Applied Information Technology is a level 9 programme. It can be completed full-time over 18 months, or part-time over a longer period.
This programme enables students to undertake an extended programme of study, combining coursework with research, in order to prepare for further study or obtain a more senior position in their field of Information Technology.
It has 2 pathways – the thesis pathway and a research project pathway.
- The thesis pathway is considered to be a research-based masters programme. It includes a level 9 thesis module and aims to prepare students for further studies, such as a doctorate.
- The research project pathway is considered to be a coursework-based masters programme. It includes a level 9 research module (a shorter form of the Thesis module). It aims to prepare students to obtain a more senior position in their field of information technology. There is a possibility of an industry internship to be integrated into this pathway.
Entry requirement: A Bachelor’s degree in computing or information technology.
English language required with IELTS score of 6.5 in the academic band, with no individual band score lower than 6.0.
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