University of Technology, Jamaica - Master of Philosophy in Computer Science
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS
Candidates who successfully complete the Master of Philosophy(M.Phil) programme can seamlessly articulate into the research-based Ph.D programme as appropriate, and those already with Masters degrees can access the programme at the appropriate base, depending on their academic standing and experience.
The Faculty requires a M.Phil candidate to complete a total of forty (40) credits on the programme, comprising of an eighteen (18) credits course work component and twenty two (22) credits research component.
Master of Philosophy in Computer Science started in 1999. The course is 18 months full-time and 24 months on a part-time basis.
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University of Technology, Jamaica
Level 9 Masters
06 Information and Communication Technologies- 061 Information and Communication Technologies- 0613 Software and applications development and analysis
School of Computing and Information Technolgy, University of Technology, Jamaica
Quality Assurance Body:
University Council of Jamaica (UCJ)
Bachelor\'s Degree in Computing with minimum standard second class honours or equivalent. Candidates will be considered based on the nature and scope of the research proposal submitted along with application forms and the availability of supervisors in the research areas.
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