Master of Information Technology
Southern Institute of Technology
Invercargill, New Zealand
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Learn independently and recognize the importance of continued learning. Engage in rigorous intellectual analysis, criticism, and problem-solving. Show evidence of advanced knowledge about specialist areas of ICT. Work effectively in teams and take on leadership roles as needed. Recognize, evaluate and address ICT-related ethical issues. Apply acquired knowledge and skills in practical situations. Communicate effectively (orally, visually, and in writing) Analyse and critique ICT research literature Undertake further study Conduct independent research.
The Master of Information Technology is aimed at IT professionals and recent graduates wishing to undertake an advanced program of study to prepare for further study or assist with obtaining a more senior position. Potential employment roles may include business analyst, IT manager, network manager, security specialist, software developer, systems administrator, and team leader.