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MS and PhD Information Technology

Duration

18 months (Evening Program)​​

Credit Hours

30

Start Date

 

Campus

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS), NUST, Islamabad

Program Description

NUST School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a Master's degree program in Information Technology. The degree aims to equip graduates with a range of technical and managerial skills needed for the successful implementation and management of Information Technology in today's competitive world of business. MS-IT graduates develop an understanding of IT related business, marketing and accounting procedures apart from a sound grounding in technical concepts pertaining to IT, so that they can develop effective IT solutions for all levels within an organization.

Unique Feature

MS-IT is specially designed to not only acquaint the students with the currently prevalent technologies but also to take the students to a level where they can conduct their own independent research. NUST-SEECS provides students with the state-of-the-art lab facilities and equipment for research and hands on implementation of their course curriculum.

Specialization Tracks 

MS-IT is an 18 months program consisting of 30 credit hours in four semesters. Emphasis areas offered in the MS-IT program are:

  • E-Commerce Technologies
  • Database Technologies
  • Network Technologies
  • Object Oriented Technologies
  • Outcomes of Program 

    NUST-SEECS places a high premium on quality research as a gateway to new horizons of scientific knowledge and discovery. It enjoys an extensive research network and collaborates with elite centers of research and teaching all over the globe which includes high profile universities and research centers in USA, UK, France, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, Korea, and China. Due to this extensive research network, SEECS researchers get opportunities of visiting world-class research labs, both for short and long-term projects. These well-sustained linkages have paved the way for exchange visits of world-renowned researchers and have also provided a platform to attract funding for various research projects.​