Master of Science Degrees in Information Technology

The widespread use of information technologies and systems in all sectors has created the need for cooperations and state institutions to hire professionals experienced in this area. Information Technologies graduate program provides opportunity for graduates of all disciplines. The target applicants are persons experienced in information sciences and willing to enrich their background or those who are at the beginning of their carrier and want to make good start.

MS Without Thesis

The time to complete the program is at least two semesters and at most three semesters. The following prerequisites apply for the practice and completion of the Master of Science Degrees in Information Technology without Thesis Program:

Course Requirements

Must Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
IT 525Management Information Systems3 0 3-
IT 526Object oriented programming3 0 0-
IT 535Database Management System3 0 3-

Elective Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
IT 518Computer Networks and Communication3 0 3-
IT 533Advanced Programming3 0 3-
IT 545Web Usability and Design3 0 3-
IT 546Web Analytics3 0 3-
CENG 513Object Oriented Analysis and Design2 2 37.5
CENG 520Information Security3 0 37.5
CENG 526Software Architecture3 0 37.5
CENG 531Gamification3 0 37.5
CENG 555Information Retrieval3 0 37.5
CENG 557Software Quality Assurance and Testing3 0 37.5
CENG 561Remote Sensing2 2 37.5
CENG 567Data Mining3 0 37.5
CENG 572Introduction to Geographic Information Systems3 0 37.5
CENG 595Selected Topics in Computer Engineering I3 0 37.5
CENG 596Selected Topics in Computer Engineering II3 0 37.5
MAN 526Contemporary Management Techniques3 0 37.5
MAN 530Project Development and Management3 0 37.5
INTT 524E-Commerce and E-Business3 0 37.5

Project

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
IT 592Project3 0 3-

Sample Scenario

1st Semester2nd Semester3rd Semester4th Semester
Compulsory Course ICompulsory Course IIIElective Course VI-
Compulsory Course IIElective Course IIIElective Course VII-
Elective Course IElective Course IVSeminar/Project-
Elective Course IIElective Course V--

MS With Thesis

The following prerequisites apply for the practice and completion of the Master of Science Degrees in Information Technology with Thesis Program:

Course Requirements

Every student is tasked with delivering Thesis Appointment Form to the head of Department of Computer Engineering until the end of second semester. The topic and advisor recommendation will be finalized with the approval of the Institute Administrative Board. In the event that the nature of the thesis requires more than one thesis advisor, a second thesis advisor may be designated with the recommendation of the Department of Computer Engineering and the approval of theInstitute Administrative Board.

Must Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
IT 525Management Information Systems3 0 3-
IT 526Object oriented programming3 0 0-
IT 535Database Management System3 0 3-

Elective Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
IT 518Computer Networks and Communication3 0 3-
IT 533Advanced Programming3 0 3-
IT 545Web Usability and Design3 0 3-
IT 546Web Analytics3 0 3-
CENG 513Object Oriented Analysis and Design2 2 37.5
CENG 520Information Security3 0 37.5
CENG 526Software Architecture3 0 37.5
CENG 531Gamification3 0 37.5
CENG 555Information Retrieval3 0 37.5
CENG 557Software Quality Assurance and Testing3 0 37.5
CENG 561Remote Sensing2 2 37.5
CENG 567Data Mining3 0 37.5
CENG 572Introduction to Geographic Information Systems3 0 37.5
CENG 595Selected Topics in Computer Engineering I3 0 37.5
CENG 596Selected Topics in Computer Engineering II3 0 37.5
MAN 526Contemporary Management Techniques3 0 37.5
MAN 530Project Development and Management3 0 37.5
INTT 524E-Commerce and E-Business3 0 37.5

Thesis

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
IT 590Seminar3 0 3-
IT 591Special Studies3 0 3-
IT 599Thesis3 0 3-
RME 500Research Methods and Ethics- - --

Sample Scenario

1st Semester2nd Semester3rd Semester4th Semester
Compulsory Course ICompulsory Course IIISpecial StudiesSpecial Studies
Compulsory Course IIElective Course IIIThesisThesis
Elective Course IElective Course IVRME 500-
Elective Course IISeminar--