Management and Information Technology

 
MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

The mission of the department is to deliver quality Business and IT Education and Training Programs for regular students from industry and other sectors of the society.

ROLE OF THE DEPARTMENT

In fulfilling its mission, the MIT Department has established a set of objectives relating to curriculum, students, faculty and resources and aims to achieve these by undertaking different departmental activities. These include developing and implementing a responsive curriculum, teaching and learning strategies, outcome-based assessment, and continuous improvement process using state-of-the-art teaching facilities. These tasks contribute to creating a conducive and stimulating educational environment. In addition to curricular activities, students are continuously encouraged to actively participate in various extra-curricular activities.
The MIT Department is primarily involved in teaching and training in Marketing, Accounting, Office Management, and  Computer and Information Technology (COIT) subject areas. The Associate of Science (AS) programs of the MIT department are fully accredited by a leading business education accrediting body, the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), USA.
The MIT Department also serves the academic needs of other engineering departments of Jubail Industrial College by providing Management and IT/Computing courses relevant to the academic needs of their AS and BS degree programs. Likewise, the department also provides courses tailored to the needs of the local industries and community.
MIT Department also facilitates the partnership of Troy University, USA with Jubail Industrial College in offering the Troy's Sorrell College of Business, Executive Master of Business Administration Program (EMBA) at the MIT premises. JIC's partnership with Troy University, USA provides an opportunity to young executives of the industrial city to earn a degree from an American university near their place of work while maintaining their employment. The program was formally launched in May 2010.