High quality Finance & Accounting master programs 2024: CIT’s premises consist of an auditorium, various lecturing halls/classrooms; 6 labs (4 computer labs; 1 Physics and 1 Chemistry lab); study rooms; offices for both academic and administrative staff; a parking area and a cafeteria. Classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art professional electronic equipment such as laboratory computers, overhead projectors, etc. Our library can fulfill a capacity of 30 students, contains 6 computers and over 5000 English titles. The CIT library offers a network of publications from McGraw-Hill as well as subscriptions to various periodicals and scientific journals related to the study programs offered at our institution. Read additional information on Business of Information Technology master programs.
Bachelor and Master Study Programs: Complete your degree quicker! CIT offers both Bachelor and Master Degree Programs taught based on the Bologna System (3+2) years. A Flexible Learning Path: Work and study at the same time! CIT offers a flexible learning path for master students by taking into consideration the changing needs of students and the recent developments in the market as well. International and Internationally Educated Academic Staff: Learn from highly qualified foreign and international educational faculty in a small university atmosphere! CIT allows students a more interpersonal approach and in-depth research-oriented teaching approach to education, where professors and students act as a team in the pursuit of continuous and advanced knowledge.
Pece Mitrevski received his BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the PhD degree in Computer Science from the “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje, North Macedonia. His research interests include: Computer Architecture, Instruction-Level Parallelism, Computer Networks, Cloud Computing, Performance and Reliability Analysis of Computer Systems, Electronic Commerce and Behavioral Modeling. His academic experience of almost three decades, extends to more than a dozen of doctoral students whom he has mentored. He has authored over 120 papers in journals and refereed conference proceedings, participated in the implementation of numerous international projects, and stayed at about 20 foreign universities. He is a member of IEEE, IEEE Computer Society, and ACM.
Abdulsalam Alkholidi, a lecturer and researcher at the Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT), is a professor and doctor engineer. Published 43 papers and co-authored two books in English-language. He earned his Ph.D. in numerical and optical information compression from the University of Western Brittany in 2007. He earned his B.Eng. (honors) and M.Sc. degrees in telecommunications engineering and electronics from the University of Rouen in Normandy, France, and St. Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, respectively, in 1990 and 2004. In 1998, he was awarded an advanced certificate in MTNM98 by the Telia Academy in Kalmar, Sweden. He has extensive knowledge of optical and photonic technologies, certification, and quality control. His areas of research interest are data and image processing, optics, and photovoltaics. He serves as a reviewer for various international scientific publications.
Ditila Ekmekciu has a PhD in Operations Research from the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Tirana, 2019. She has an integrated Diploma in Business Information Technology from the Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana. Ditila has vast experience in the financial sector and has published research papers such as: “Limited Agents Mix-Training in Operations – A Call Center Case” – IJSR, 2017, “Queuing Models – A Call Center Case” – IJSR, 2017, “Scheduling a Call Center utilizing a stochastic model” – JMEST, 2016, “Performance Indicators Analysis inside a Call Center Using a Simulation Program” 4-th International Conference on Information Systems and Security, UBT University, 2015.
Sokol Abazi graduated as Industrial Chemist in Albania, Tirana University in 1989. In 1997 he obtained his PhD from Fribourg University (Switzerland) in organic synthesis using radical chemistry. After a Postdoc in Total Synthesis of Natural Products at Oxford University in 1998, he worked for a couple of companies in the UK and Switzerland and then returned to Albania working as a Professor at Tirana University. Since 2015 he is a Full Professor at CIT, from 2020 he holds the Rector position. His research interests are mainly focused on natural products, organic synthesis, and supercritical fluid extraction (SFE). In the last decade, he has been working on the use of a modified “soxhlet-like” extraction technique using sub-critical CO2. He is an expert on structure elucidation techniques, including NMR and MS techniques. Find even more information at https://cit.edu.al/.
Shefqet Meda graduated as an electronic engineer who has gained extensive experience and expertise in the IT and telecommunications industry. He served as the Technical Director at the Electronic Communications Authority in Albania for 10 years and was also the Director of IT Systems at Albanian Power Corporation. Meda has worked as a Database Administrator at SIIA and served as the Scientific Technical Director for NIS. He holds several certifications from various reputable organizations such as Harvard University, UN/International Telecommunication Union, and Microsoft Academy, among others. Meda has contributed to various peer-reviewed journals, co-authored publications, and supervised numerous diploma theses in the field of security, artificial intelligence, IoT, networks, and telecom. He is a member of the Noncommercial Stakeholder Group of ICANN and also serves as a board member of the Albanian Institute of Broadcast Engineers.
Florenc HIDRI currently works at the Canadian Institute of Technology, where he teaches courses in Software Architecture and Design, Computer Science Fundamentals, and Web Development. Florenc’s educational journey includes ongoing Ph.D. studies in Information and Management Systems at South East European University. He holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Business Informatics and a Professional Master (M.P) in Applied Informatics. Florenc’s main research interests are Agile, Natural Language Processing, and closely related fields. In addition to his academic pursuits, Florenc has been actively involved in numerous IT projects, many of which were initiated by well-known institutions like the EURALIUS Project by the EU and the OSCE, where he held various roles. His commitment to professional development is evident through his extensive training and certifications in areas such as PMP, PSM, ITIL, SAFe, and AZ900.