Westcliff University, CA, USA
Computer and IT
The MScIT is a two years, 60 credits program designed to champion the need of IT professionals in various service sectors. The program is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge and theoretical understanding of the Information Technology industry and involves the integration of technology, people and strategic business development. It prepares graduates to create Information Technology related computing solutions to complex business problems and apply them to different areas of IT that they come across in their professional capacities and thereby, contribute is the accomplishment of organizational goals.
MScIT Program Outcomes
The Master of Science in Information Technology offered by PBS in affiliation with Westcliff University encourages students to achieve the following educational outcomes:
Student must complete sixty (60) prescribed credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or related discipline from recognized university of Nepal or from universities around the globe with a minimum CGPA of 2.0, or 45% or an equivalent grade scale in undergraduate level.