There are associate mentors, physically available for the students, to guide them through all the courses. MSIT maintains a student:mentor ratio of less than 10:1. i.e. for every 10 students there is one mentor available. There are domain experts, who create the course content and are called principal mentors. The principal mentors are generally research scholars from Carnegie Mellon. Apart from this, each learning center has a course coordinator, who is a computer science professor in the department.
The students also have access to digital lectures from various renowned professors world wide. We try to pick the best lectures available in the domain and deliver it to the students.