This is a guided full research PhD program for those who intend to further their studies in the field of Information Systems. The main aim of the program is to educate professionals and academic research scholars to perform high quality IS research. They will be able to apply the Information Systems and Technology theories in analyzing and solving real organizational problem innovatively.
This program is designed in such a way that students will be guided in developing the technical and empirical research skills. The taught courses in the first year introduce the students with a broad knowledge of research paradigms, Information Systems theory and current Information Systems research. Through research methodology course, different research orientations and methods will be introduced.
PROGRAM EDUCATION OBJECTIVES
To produce graduates:
- Who are expert in Information System.
- Who are able to use and apply Information System theories and approaches for analyzing and solving real organization problem.
- Who are able to demonstrate the critical and creative idea in order to expand and sharing the knowledge in the area of Information System with the other researcher, university and industries.
- Who are able to communicate technically and effectively across a range of contexts and audiences.
- Who are able to independently conduct lifelong learning and adapt readily to changing situations.
- Who are able to demonstrate consistent professional ethics and high integrity.
- Masters in Computer Science/IT/Comp. Engineering from UTM or equivalent with at least 3 years working experience.
- Masters Degree in Management/Business in IT related environment with at least 3 years working experience.
- Researcher in Information systems filed
- CIO/IT Manager
- IS Professionals
- ICT Consultant
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
|All students who are applying to UTM:
Students will be enrolled in a faculty programme without undergoing UTM English courses, if:
Starting from Semester II 2010/2011,class will be teaching in English as a Second Language. So they must have:
|However, students with:
||Will have these options: