Available courses

      Building on Principles of Research Design, this course aims to extend and deepen the understanding of different research approaches and methodologies in order to prepare students for their own research projects in their various discipline. This course will assist students in identifying, discussing and formulating a research problem, in selecting and applying appropriate research approaches and methods of inquiry (both quantitative or qualitative), and in presenting their results.


       The course covers discussions on the system development methodologies and the different tasks involved in systems analysis, design, implementation and support.  At the end of the course the graduate student is expected to develop a design proposal of an information system and a prototype system that is intended for implementation.

       The course focuses on application of operating system, which include operating system structure, processes, threads, CPU scheduling, process synchronization, deadlocks, main memory, virtual memory, file system interface, file system implementation.  And how operating system can be apply to advanced networking using different routing techniques. It also encompasses the virtualization technology which will be applied to the local and wide area networking. At the end of the course the graduate student is expected to write a research proposal.

       The primary objective of the course is to provide in depth understanding on both technical and behavioral aspects of Information technology management.  This course is designed to develop IT managers who has a strong ability to effectively manage and administer large IT projects following the principles of project management knowledge areas and imparts the impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society. Further, provides students with the technical skills and management knowledge needed to effectively integrate people, emerging technologies, and business processes in support of organizational strategic goals.