Telecommunication Engineering master programs with Canadian Institute of Technology (CIT)
Business Administration master programs with CIT: 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. Find even more information at Computer Engineering & IT bachelor programs.
Your decision to enroll at University College “Canadian Institute of Technology” will be a life-changing event. Here are some key reasons why you should consider your university education with us: Academic Study in English. CIT curricula and teaching are conducted in English only, providing the additional benefits of improving your English language skills without extra costs. Having fluent English is a great plus when looking for new employment opportunities and access to an international career.
Adriola Faqolli has 12-years teaching experience as lecturer in different universities. She graduated as a Computer Engineer in Istanbul University, Turkey. She has received a Master of Science in Software Systems Engineering from a double degree program in two universities, RWTH University in Germany and University of Trento, Italy. In 2016 she received the PhD diploma from PhD program “Managing Information Systems” in University of Tirana, Albania. Her research interests span in the field of Database Design, Machine learning, Data Mining, Data Science etc. Adriola also has a strong background in Software Systems Engineering field in the industrial sector. She has managed technical departments and important projects related to digital transformation in the companies where she has worked. She is very helpful to the students by illustrating the knowledge that she delivers with practical use cases from the industry.
Habib Hamam obtained the B.Eng. and M.Sc. degrees in information processing from the Technical University of Munich, Germany 1988 and 1992, and PhD degree in Physics and applications in telecommunications from Université de Rennes I conjointly with France Telecom Graduate School, France 1995. He has a postdoctoral diploma, from Université de Rennes I in 2004. He is an OSA senior member, IEEE senior member, and a registered professional engineer in New Brunswick. He is, among others, editor in chief in CIT-Review Journal and associate editor of the IEEE Canadian Review. His research interests are in optical telecommunications, Wireless Communications, diffraction, fiber components, RFID, information processing, data protection, COVID-19, and Deep learning.
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/.
Alfons Harizaj is a professor of mathematic at Canadian Institute of Technology. He obtained his graduate degree in mathematic (1988) from the University of Tirana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Albania. Dr. Harizaj received his Ph.D. in mathematic (2017) and master of science in Numerical Analysis (2008) from the University of Tirana. He teaches math courses in the Faculty of Engineering. Dr. Harizaj has published university textbooks for engineering and economy study programs, university textbooks for professional study programs, and many papers and presentations in scientific journals and conferences. His experience also includes being a member of numerous professional committees and research advisory boards.
Edmira Cakrani has a PhD in Economics from the Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana. Edmira has a Second Level Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana, and a 4-year degree in Business Administration where she was an Honor Student from Faculty of Economy, University of Vlora. She has a 17-year teaching experience in higher education institutions and delivers subjects such as Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics, International Economics, Managerial Economics, Statistics, and Calculus. Her research area is Open Economy Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Applied Economics, Behavioral Economics.