Master of Philosophy in Information & Communication Technology (MPhil ICT)
The MPhil ICT programme is informed by original research, and knowledge and skills acquisition around the development of ICT artefacts. It takes a philosophical and scientific approach to the study of ICT design; and is therefore guided principally by the development and application of technology and knowledge.
The programme combines knowledge and technology themes that will equip students with knowledge on the development and application of ICTs. Thus, students will be well-prepared to pursue Doctor of Philosophy degrees, and also to take a scientific approach to new ICT development and management in the industrial world.
Applicants must hold undergraduate degrees:
- Applicants must have a minimum of 2nd Class Lower degree in ICT, Computer Science or ICT related discipline from an accredited university.
- A formal interview may be used to determine the ability of all applicants to take and pass courses of the programme.
|ICTE701||Computer Systems||ICTE706||Decision Support Systems|
|ICTE712||Organisational Study of IS||ICTE703||Research Methods|
|ICTE708||Software Engineering||ICTE702||Advanced Data Communication &|
|ICTE704||Professional Issues in ICT||ICTE720||Research Seminar|
|Information and Network||GSOT700||MPhil Thesis|
|ICTE707||Wireless Network Architecture &|