Department of Information Technology

Welcome to the Department of Information Technology (IT) The department strives for     the best through its mission and objective

  1. Teach academic programs that relate to the dynamic and changing needs of graduates in an information society
  2.  Advancement of IT knowledge and application through state of the art research;
  3. Support IT-based advancements in both the industry and society

Established in 2007 as one of the seven departments within   Information Technology, the department of Information Technology is helping Muteesa 1 royal University to gain national height in the area of Information Technology. This department has been in existence for five years now. In the five years so far, we have tried to work towards exceeding all our expectations and accomplishments. Particularly, the students’ achievements, the rising reputation of our department and the faculty at large as well as the thrilling partnerships we have made with the international academia, government and industry friends. Our department seeks to shift to the next level by focusing on our ability to make IT a fundamental part of the learning enterprise on the Muteesa1Royal University campus. More so, we are collaborating with various academic and business world partners to effectively incorporate IT into diverse disciplines. To this end, we need your involvement in order to achieve our aims. As a department, our goal is to continuously build on our past five  years’ achievements, at the same time continuously expand our high-quality program that not only includes outstanding department staff, a highly-developed curriculum, exceptional facilities, growing and recognized research, but also challenging students at different levels. The department offers the following programs

  1. Software Engineering
  2. Civil Engineering
  3. Electrical Engineering
  4. Mechanical Engineering
  5. Industrial Art & Design
  6. Information Technology

In the areas of Information Technology. In order to address these needs, we are guided by the following objectives of the IT program:

  1. Build IT human resource capacity in both the public and private sectors, especially in universities;
  2. Develop professionals with theoretical and practical skills in the Information Technology  sector;
  3. Strengthen capacity and institutional building in the IT discipline in tertiary institutions, private and public sectors.

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