The program faculty consists of some of the best recognized educators in the world from NU and partner universities.
A student enrolled in the CIT-Informatics (INF) program would be targeting one of two degrees, either
- a Master’s of Science in CIT (MSCIT-INF) – this degree allow alumni to continue PHD later
- a Master’s of CIT (MCIT-INF). -this degree doesn’t allow alumni to continue PHD later
The study structure for students pursuing a Master’s degree in the INF track is as follows:
|CIT Common Core Courses||3-6 Credits||3-6 Credits|
|INF Track Core Courses||6 Credits||6 Credits|
|Elective Courses||12-15 Credits||18-21 Credits|
|MOT/ Business Courses||3 Credits||3 Credits|
|Thesis / Project||9 Credits||3 Credits|
|36 Credits||36 Credits|
|* Each course is 3 credits|
Students enrolled in the INF track take 6 credits as common core and 12 credits as MSCIT elective courses (18 credits in case of MCIT).
“INF Track Core Courses” serve to identify the students’ specialization.
All MSCIT and MCIT Students must complete 3 credits of Management of Technology or Business courses, as approved by the program director.
MSCIT students must successfully complete and defend a Master’s thesis. MCIT students must complete 6 cr hrs of course work and submit and present a project document (3 cr hrs) in lieu of thesis.
INF Master program :
- CIT Common Core Courses
|Course Title||Code (if any)|
|Fundamentals of Networking||CIT-606|
|Formal Methods and Computer Algorithms||CIT-645|
- Master’s in CIT – Informatics *
|Image Processing and Computer Graphics||CIT-643|
|Statistical Analysis and Machine Learning||CIT-651|
|Practical Machine Learning/Data Mining||CIT-653|
III. CIT Elective Courses
The Elective courses are any courses from CIT Courses list that are not attended as Common Core courses or Track Core courses.
- For a list of courses, please check the CIT Courses Details”
IV. MOT/Business Courses
|Course Name||Course Number|
To apply to this program go to Admission