Welcome to the School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE) at MIT. The School has been involved in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT) and Engineering education since the mid-nineties. We are a group of committed professionals with a passion for education, for producing work-ready, industry-focused graduates.

The School offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in IT, Networking and Engineering, from Higher Education Diplomas, to Bachelors and Masters, both in our Melbourne and Sydney campuses. We also offer similar programs--at both campuses--for the Federation University Australia .

Although our main concern is education, we have a very active applied, industry-oriented research presence in the areas of Network and Communications Security, Software Engineering, Enterprise Systems and Architecture and Health Informatics.

Associate Prof. Johnson Ihyeh Agbinya
Head of the School IT & Engineering

 

We educate our SITE graduates to:

  • be technically competent;
  • be knowledgeable in their own discipline and the related foundation knowledge;
  • be independent learners and workers;
  • be work-ready;
  • communicate effectively;
  • demonstrate commitment to professional ethics and cultural awareness.
Melbourne Campus
Who Coordination and Teaching Research area


A/Prof. Johnson Ihyeh Agbinya
Associate Professor
PhD(Latrobe), MSc(Strathclyde), BscEng (OAU, Ife);

jagbinya@mit.edu.au

Head of the School IT & Engineering

Teaching:

  • BE202/ME504 Advanced Networking
  • BN301/ME603 Project 1
  • BN304/MN609 Project 2

Coordination:

  • Course Coordinator: Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Telecommunications)
  • Master of Engineering (Telecommunications)
  • Network Security,
  • Teaching and Learning research
  • Grid Computing
  • Distributed Computing


Dr Savitri Bevinakoppa
Associate Professor

PhD(VU), BE (Karnatak, India), GradCert (Tertiary Teaching & Learning) (RMIT), MIEAust

sbevinakoppa@mit.edu.au

Deputy Head of School of IT & Engineering
Course Coordinator (IT & Engineering)
 

Coordinator

  • Diploma of Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Networking
  • Graduate Diploma of Networking
  • Master of Nerworking
 


Min Gurung
Lecturer

MSc(VUT), Grad Cert(Education & Industrial Training) (RMIT), Proficiency Cert (Civil Eng)(TU, Nepal)

 mingurung@mit.edu.au

Teaching:

  • BN108/BN108D Introduction to Programming
  • ITECH1004/ITECH5004 Intro to Multimedia
  • ITECH2106/ITECH6106 Webpage & Multimedia
  • Design ITECH3210/ITECH6210 IT Management
  • ITECH3211/ITECH7211 E-Commerce 1
  • Problem-based learning
  • Democratic Assessment Design

Dr Belal Chowdhury

PhD (La Trobe), MCompSc (VUT), PGDipCompSc (VUT), MSc (Physics) (Chittagong)

 

Academic Course Coordinator (IT Programs -Federation University, Australia)  

Dr Khandakar Ahmed
Lecturer, Telecommunications Engineering

PhD (RMIT), MSc  in Networking and e-Business Centred Computing (NeBCC) (under the joint consortia of University of Reading, UK; Aristotle University of THessaloniki, Greece; University of Charless III De Madrid, Spain), BSc (Eng) in CSE (SUST, Bangladesh)

kahmed@mit.edu.au

Teaching:

  • BN203/ MN502 Overview of Network Security
  • BN206/MN506 System Administration and Management
  • BE305/ME605 Cloud Engineering
  • Wireless Sensor Networking
  • Pervasive / Ubiquitous Computing
  • Software Defined Networking
  • Cloud Networks

Dr Rajan Kadel
Lecturer, IT & Engineering and First Year Student Experience

PhD (Telecom), UniSA, MSc in Telecommunications (University of  Gavle, Sweden) BE in Computer Engineering (Tribhuvan University, Nepal)
rkadel@mit.edu.au

Teaching:

  • BN104/BN104D/MN402: Operating Systems
  • BE301/ME601 Telecommunications Simulation and Modelling
  • BN315/ MN612 Enterprise Architecture
  • BN303/MN603: Wireless Networks and Security
  • MN501 Network Management in Organisations
  • Wireless and Mobile Technology
  • Wireless Network Security
  • Error Control Coding (LDPC, RA codes)
  • Software Defined Radio
  • RF Propagation Modelling

 

Sydney Campus
Who Coordination and Teaching Research area

Professor A S M Sajeev

PhD(Monash), MTech(Hons)(ISI Calcutta), BScEng(Hons)(Cochin), FIEAust

asajeev@mit.edu.au

Campus Director MIT Sydney Campus.

 

  • Empirical Software Engineering
  • Business Information Systems
  • Wireless and Mobile Technologies


Beverley Jones
Lecturer

MComm(UNSW), BBus(Kuring-gai), Grad CertEd(Tertiary) (UB)

bjones@mit.edu.au

Coordination

  • Academic Manager (Sydney)

Teaching:

MIT-SITE:

  • BN101/BN101D Effective Participation at Work
  • BN105/BN105D Information Technology for Users in Organisations
  • BN201 Professional Issues
  • MN501 Network Management in Organisations
  • MN601 Network Project Management

MIT-Busines:

  • BB101/DB101 Business Communications
  • BB104/DB104 Introductory Accounting
  • BA205 Accounting Systems and Applications
  • GA501/MA501 Foundations of Accounting
  • GA513/MA513 IT & Accounting Systems
  • MA602 Professional Communication

FedUni SITE:

  • ITECH1005/5005  Business Information Systems

FedUni Business:

  • BUACC1506  Accounting and Business Decisions
  • BUACC1507 Accounting Fundamentals
  • BUACC5901 Accounting and Finance
  • BUACC5930 Accounting Concepts and Practice
  • BUACC5937 Information Systems Design and Development for Accountants

 


Ghan Acharya
Associate Director (Operations) Sydney

M Intl. Social Development(UNSW), MIT(UB), LLB(TU)

gacharya@mit.edu.au

Lecturer

 


Dr. Fariza Sabrina
Lecturer

PhD(UNSW), MEng(USyd), BScEng(Hons)(BUET, Bangladesh), Higher National Cert(Business & Finance)(Coventry, UK)

fsabrina@mit.edu.au

Teaching:

  • BN104/BN104D Operating Systems
  • BN108/BN108D Introduction to Programming
  • BN202/MN503 Overview of Internetworking
  • BN314/MN611 System architecture
  • BN315/MN612 Enterprise Architecture
  • BN302/MN602 Wide Area Networks
  • MN609 Advanced Projects
  • ITECH1000/5000 Programming1
  • ITECH1003/5003 Network Protocol and Services
  • ITECH1002/5002 Network Operating Systems
  • ITECH6502 Data Communication Management
  • ITECH3200 Professional Experience
  • ITECH 3216/4302 Guided Study
  • ITECH3224 World Wide Web Technology2
  • Resource Management in Wired and Wireless networking
  • QoS on the internet
  • Quality of Experience for networked services
  • Application level networking
  • Health Informatics
  • Enterprise Architecture