The graduate of the Master’s degree in ICT Management (coursework) will have the knowledge and skills to manage and lead information and information technology-related activities in an organisation in strategic, operational and project environments. This degree provides a broad IT perspective as well as good research and reporting skills.
The MIT ICT Management (coursework) degree is ideal for a middle management officer in preparation for senior management. Half of the degree is course work and the other half a mini-dissertation.
For more information on the degree: selection, how to apply and contact details, see: Application Information 2021. Other files that you will need to support your application:
All enquiries must be sent via email to [email protected]. All telephonic enquiries must be made to Rhona van der Merwe (012 420 6321).
What past MIT students say about the degree:
“With the degree I get recognized as someone who can contribute to an organization or business unit strategically.”
“Having a Master's degree is an advantage. I was successful in securing a higher position, even before I had a complete record of all subjects the course offered. I also found that having a good education earns respect amongst colleagues.”
“I have certainly become a better IT manager with lots of confidence and have become more involved in the business.”
“Very good degree that provides a very relevant overview of IT for both management and higher level technical personnel”
“I think the value of the degree is for people that want to move into management structures (senior levels) of IT in organizations and it gives them a broad perspective of the different disciplines and what each of them entail. The degree definitely can position people for that. I think it is good that there is a similar discipline recognized for IT than for business with their MBA degree.”
“I think it is a very good degree and the workload is very manageable more especially for someone who is working full-time.”