About The Course
The MSU research programme leading up to the award of a PhD in information and communication technology (ICT) aims for successful completion of a course of supervised investigation with the outcome of an original/independent critical thinking contributing to new knowledge in ICT. The programme curriculum is designed to prepare you for high-end careers in the ICT industry. You will work under individual supervision to develop leading expertise in the area of your choice, and taught courses will support your learning to help you reach your maximum potential. With guidance of expert academics, you will undertake rigorous research-related activities such as presenting in conferences and publishing in journals, leading up to viva voce and writing up your thesis.
Programme Structure Contents
Prospective applicants must have at least a Master’s degree or an equivalent qualification approved by MSU Senate.
PhD (Information and Communication Technology) (PICT) is a research programme by the MSU School of Graduate Studies (SGS).
- Research and Development
KPT/JPS ( R2/481/8/0315 ) 10/20
Lecture Delivery Modes Contents
- Advanced Research Methodology
- Quantitative Methods for Computer Science
- Graduate Seminar
- Thesis Writing