Vice-dean's words


Faculty of Computers and Information Technology works on graduating high-level students to match the requirements of the labor market. We have three undergraduate programs: Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Information Technology. Additionally, we offer two graduate programs: Master in Information Security and a Diploma in Cyber Security to fulfill the development of this area. Moreover, it will help students to develop their careers and find a better job.  No-one can deny the massive developments in computer sciences and how they affect our lives. Therefore, the faculty builds several clubs such as the Robotic Club, Engineering Club, and Programming Club as well as Cooperating with University Robotic and AI Innovation center to provide courses and workshops to students. Finally, we all in the Faculty of Computers and Information Technology work for our students to improve them scientifically, educationally, and ethically.   


Dr. Anas Bushnag