Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology


Information and Communication Technology skills play a key role in promoting the economic development of a country. Modern business is shaped by technological change, competitiveness and globalization. In many organizations, Information Technology (IT) is the strategic asset, which drives competitiveness and supports alliances and partnerships. All this dictate the need for highly qualified manpower capable of both training and conducting research in the field. Advances in Information Technology (IT) have dramatically transformed the way in which our entire society lives, works, learns, communicates, and does business. In particular, the conduct of Science and Engineering has been profoundly altered, so that it is possible today to work on problems in these areas at unprecedented levels of speed, precision, and detail. To enhance the positive effect of these transformations, the research in Information Technology explores new scientific, engineering and educational areas in Information Technology that enhance development as well as pursuing the discovery of principles and the development of e-governance technologies to support the engineering of large, complex software systems. The Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology programme is therefore designed to propel the country towards meeting the 2030 vision and beyond as it provides students with relevant knowledge in Information Technology.

Year One Semester I

Core courses

PIT 910 Philosophy of Information and Communication Technologies
PIT 911 Trends in green ICT
PIT 912 Advanced Research Methods in Computing

1 Elective Course

PIT 913E Managerial Problem in information technology
PIT 914E Information Technology Project management
PIT 915E Gender and ICT

 Year One Semester II

Core Courses

PIT 921 Scientific Writing and Research Ethics
PIT 922 Trends in Information Technology
PIT 998 Philosophy of Computing Research and Proposal development

1 Elective Course

PCS 921E Trends in Computer Science
PIT 923E Trends in Information Systems
PIT 924E Trends in Software Engineering

 Year Two Semester One and Two

PIT 999 (I) Thesis writing I

Year Three Semester One and Two

PIT 999(II) Thesis writing II

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