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Carleton's Master of Information Technology (MIT) degree addresses the needs of industry and society in the IT area, providing students with the skills they will need to succeed in this demanding and ever-evolving field.
The Master’s degree consists of Network Technology (NET) and Digital Media (DM) programs.
Those pursuing the NET program will cover computer networks' design, management, and operation.
They will develop research skills through courses and a project framework.
Positioned in Ottawa, graduates of this program will benefit from a continuing connection with the industry that has always been the strength of all engineering and technology programs at Carleton.
Many major companies and federal government organizations have their head offices in Ottawa and Toronto.
Due to high demand with limited capacity, only international applicants who meet the following requirements (in addition to the minimum application requirements) will be considered for admission.
Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL): 70 (min 60 in each band)
If your first language is not English, you can prove your language proficiency by:
Note: Letters from your universities stating the medium of instruction is English are not acceptable.
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