MSc. Software Engineering - Jomo Kenyatta University | Educartis

Juja
Master/MBA
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Course Overview

Vision : To be a leading School of Computing and Information Technology in the region and beyond. Mission : To produce graduates in Computer Science, Computer Technology and Information Technology who are experts in Software and Hardware Infrastructure, development and Maintenance. The School of Computing and Information Technology (SCIT) was established in 1998, before then programs related to computer science were being run under the Faculty of Science in the department of Mathematics. started off with Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program but a year later it started also offering the Bachelor of Science in Computer Technology program. In the year later 2009, SCIT merged with the IT Center. IT Center had begun as an income generating unit running the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Diploma in Information Technology and Certificate in Information Technology programs. The unit has over the years grown to serve a large number of students and provide the greatly needed critical mass of IT graduates needed to work in Kenya's growing economy.

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Admission Criteria

Holders of a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Computer Technology/Information Technology, Mathematics and Computer science, and Electronic Engineering of at least Upper Second Class Honours of JKUAT. Holders of a Bachelor's degree in a related discipline: Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics and Physics of at least Upper Second Class Honours and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science of a minimum Credit grade from an institution recognized by senate or an equivalent qualification from an institution recognized by Senate.

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