Management of Information and Communication Technology

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Why Management of Information and Communication Technology?

Modern communication technology is rapidly transforming and developing, leaving individuals and corporations with no choice but to adapt and acquire the essential skills to remain competitive in today’s digitized era.

 

As businesses increasingly realize the importance of new technologies, the need for information and communication experts is at its peak. The study of Management of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) is designed to adapt its content to a local context, congruent with the needs of Egyptian organizations and capable of addressing IT challenges that arise in day-to-day operations while mastering real-world ICT issues.

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  • The MICT curriculum provides students with a foundation in the liberal arts and sciences while enabling them to develop expertise in business management and information technology. This program is a joint degree between the AUC School of Business (BUS) and the School of Sciences and Engineering (SSE). The program provides its students with technical and theoretical efficiency highly sought-after by businesses to balance business needs and technological solutions simultaneously.

  • Students who select a major in MICT are able to function as user advocates. MICT students select, create, apply, integrate, and administer computing technologies to meet users’ needs within a societal and organizational context. Equipped with this knowledge, graduates will be able to analyze, design and manage information and communication technology infrastructures. Accordingly, they have the necessary edge to place them in front-line positions in the ICT industry.

     

    These skills will boost student career prospects in various fields including, but not limited to, data analysis, business analysis, system administration, mobile system development, software engineering, project management, web development, ICT security, data science engineering, solution sales, technical consultancy and more.

What Our Students Say

Ali Labana

I believe that studying finance not only prepares you for careers in the financial services sector, but it's also important for tasks in your everyday personal life. Financial illiteracy, in general, is considered as one of the biggest issues in today's society. Unfortunately, money management is not a topic that is typically taught in schools, which is one of the reasons why finance jobs are constantly in demand in the market

Ali Labana, Graduating Senior, Majoring in Business and Concentrating in Finance
Lama Tomoum

We are trained to look at both the business perspective of issues, as well as the technological perspective, and this makes us very unique in the abilities and skills we have, which are very important nowadays in the market. Businesses are looking for students with such abilities and skills, since technology is now impossible to separate from the daily business operations of organizations and businesses.

Lama Tomoum, MICT major
Nour Hesham

To me, marketing is a big puzzle that needs all the proper pieces to fit. It has a very good balance between the fun side and the analytical side. I also believe that it teaches you a lot about human psychology. You get to learn more about people, how you can better target them, how they behave, and what they like and don't like.

Nour Hesham, Graduating Senior Majoring in Business and Concentrating in Marketing
President, the Business Association (BA)