Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT) is an autonomous external campus of Mindanao State University System. Located in Iligan City, Philippines, it was chartered on July 12, 1968 as provided for in Republic Act 5363.
The institute offer a wide array of more than 115 academic programs, which include 43 graduate programs in a variety of fields including education, business, arts, humanities, engineering, information technology, natural sciences, mathematics, nursing, and law.
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