MSc. Information & Communication Technology
This programme is primarily informed by ICT knowledge generation and application (skills). It takes a scientific approach to the study of ICT and is therefore guided principally by the understanding and application of theory.
Thus, the programme aims to equip students to:
- to equip students with scientific knowledge for analytical thinking in ICT development and management
- to produce professionals that are able
- to engage in systematic thinking about the relationship between ICT and social systems, and
- to suggest innovative solutions.
- to produce ICT academics and professionals required at various levels of the social, economic and industrial development of Ghana and elsewhere.
- to prepare students for advanced research and dissemination of knowledge at the PhD level.
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.
The table below is a summary of the titles of all courses within the programme. All the courses have 3 credits except the MSc Project which has 6 credits.
|ICTE701||Computer Systems||ICTE706||Decision Support|
|ICTE702||Advanced Data Communication & ICTE707||Wireless Network|
|Computer Networks||Architecture & Design|
|ICTE703||Research Methods||ICTE708||Software Engineering|
|ICTE704||Professional Issues in ICT|