The Information Technology Department offers courses that empower every student to be productive in the field of software development, networking, and Internet and e-Security. Our graduates can excel in their profession with a high degree of integrity and ethical standards, capable of responding to the changing needs of the IT industry and the society.
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The Information Technology department seeks to advance knowledge for students in Computer Science and Information Technology to stay abreast of changing new technologies.
IT programs provide both general and well-defined professional education at the Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Bachelor levels. The curricula enable the students to be competent and professionally skilled in a technologically complex and diverse society.
The department is equipped with computer labs, including a CISCO lab, Hardware lab, Project lab and Network lab.
Information Technology Section: Students master basic electronics, and the operation and maintenance of computer hardware systems, including peripheral equipment. Lab work gives students practical experience with modern computer systems.
Mathematics Section: This section offers service courses like Basic Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, Calculus I, Calculus II, Engineering Mathematics and Probability & Statistics. It also offers regular courses in Managerial Statistics, Mathematics II and Discrete Structures.
Networking Section: Provides a clear explanation of the way networks work from hardware technology up through the most popular network applications. Provides the essential knowledge needed to handle, build, operate, and grow local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs).
Networking Specialization: Provides a clear explanation of the way networks work from hardware technology up through the most popular network applications. Provides the essential knowledge needed to handle, build, operate, and grow local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs).
Database Systems Specialization: Provides students with the business and technology knowledge to plan, design, deploy and develop database applications which provide scalable access to data.
Information Security Specialization: Curriculum designed to provide a solid foundation in security across a number of different systems and platforms. This information security specialization will help you develop skills to design an organization's security systems procedures and protocols, as well as operational security with standards, policies, and laws.
Software Engineering Specialization: Provides students with designing, implementing and modifying the software so that it is of high quality, affordable and maintainable. It develops skills to follow a systematic approach to the analysis, design, assessment, implementation, test, maintenance and reengineering of software. And also provides systematic, disciplined, quantifiable approach to the development, operation and maintenance of software.