Master of Science in
Information & Data Science
A two-year program designed for students who seek higher Information and Data Science professionals. Students will learn theoretical knowledge as well as hands-on practice using English as a medium for commnication towards international workforce.
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Theory  & Practical
2 Years
Outcome Based Learning
IT Trends focused
Theory with Hands on Expereince
Data Analytics
Machine Learning
Cloud Computing
Internet of Things
User Experience Design
Information Security
Big Data
Data Science
Emerging Technology in Digital Economy
Natural Language Processing
Computational Intelligence
Evolutionary Computation
Research in Focus
Improve yourself
Faculty of Information Technology
update recent technology revolution.
Internet of Things
Information of Everything
Advanced System Architecture
Mesh App and Service Architecture
Autonomous Agents and Things
Advanced Machine Learning
Ambient User Experience
Faculty of Information Technology
Faculty of Information Technology
Analyst/ArchittProject Manager
Program Manager/Deliver Leader
IT Strategist/Chief Architect/IT Leader
Data Scientists
of Success
Data Engineers
Business Analytics

Master Science in Information and Data Science (International)



Master Science Program in Information and Data Science (International Program) offers master courses and focuses on researches in data science area. The program offers core technical courses such as algorithm for information and data science, visual information retrieval, data analytics, and information usability, and research support courses, such as innovative thinking and research trend in information and data science. This program is designed for those who have passion for knowledge discovery and making contribution to academic and science community. Job opportunities for the graduates are researchers in the field of information and data science, university lecturers, consultants, and other professions requiring advanced knowledge and skills for the analysis and management of data and information.

The program covers two years of study comprising 36 credits: 24 credits for course works and 12 credits for Master Thesis. Students will propose a Thesis topic at the first semester of the second year.  In the last semster, the students will take progress examination to update their research with the faculty and to receive feedback. At the end, the students will present their final research in the defense examination as well as to publish their research paper in an international confernece or an international journal.


Past Activities of International Program