Master of Information Systems

R/481/7/0662/ MQA/FA0185


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Programme Details

 The Master of Information Systems aims to provide an advanced curriculum that examining into the contemporary principles and theories of computing and to relate the knowledge to the practical application of  information technology. The programme provides students the confidence to manage information systems (IS) as organisational resources by analysing problems effectively and making  critical strategic decision.

Intake:

Jan, May, Oct 

Duration :

Full Time: Min 1 year - Max 4 years

Part Time: Min 2 year - Max 6 years

Indicative Fee (RM):

Malaysian : Full Time - RM 17,359.00
                 Part Time - RM 18,118.00
International: Full Time - RM 26,590.00  

 

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Teaching Staff 


Dr Wong Whee Yen

Head of Programme, Assistant Professor

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Ms Mariam Nainan a/p T.K.Nainan

Assistant Professor

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Mr Wong Chim Chwee

Assistant Professor

 

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Dr Sugumaran a/l Nallusamy

Assistant Professor

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(1) a Bachelor's Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.75 and above or a Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA of 2.75 and above in a related field from UTAR; or


(2) a Bachelor's Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.50 and above but less than 2.75 or a Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA of 2.50 and above but less than 2.75 in a related field from UTAR and subjected to rigorous internal assessment; or


(3) a Bachelor's Degree with Honours and CGPA of 2.00 and above but less than 2.50 or a Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA of 2.00 and above but less than 2.50 in a related field from UTAR, show evidence of at least five (5) years of relevant working experience and subjected to rigorous internal assessment; or


(4) any other academic qualifications equivalent to (1), (2) or (3) from another recognised University as approved by the Senate

In addition to the academic requirement, an applicant is also required to meet the required English Language requirement (view here)before being admitted to the  programme of study.