Vision and Mission

 

Vision

Excellence and leadership in providing educational and research programs and curricula in computer information systems to serve the community at the local, regional and international levels.

Mission

Preparing qualified human cadres in analyzing and designing computer systems and methods of managing them, preserving, retrieving and exploring them by providing a pioneering research educational environment that stimulates creativity and excellence supported by updated teaching plans, capable teaching competencies and applied research projects that meet the needs of the local, regional and international surroundings.

Core Values

  • Ethics and academic credibility which involve commitment to professional ethics that support the process of learning (honesty, credibility, sincerity, respect, responsibility) and the preservation of individual property rights.
  • Quality, excellence, proficiency and professionalism which involve commitment to total quality, continuous improvement and excellence in all professional aspects of work.
  • Leadership by the employment and strengthening of the individual staff capabilities in their appropriate places .
  • Teamwork: Working as a team and promoting a spirit of cooperation.
  • Creativity: Developing the spirit of creativity and enhancing faith in human creativity.
  • Discovery: broadening human knowledge and understanding and encouraging scientific research.

Intended Learning Outcomes 

  • To develop and improve the educational environment in line with international and local developments.
  • To enhance the academic level of graduates of computer information systems so they would be distinguished and qualified locally, regionally and globally.
  • To raise the level of scientific research and increase its effectiveness and productivity, in particular the applied scientific research
  • To upgrade the level of performance in accordance with the requirements of academic accreditation
  • To achieve joint cooperation between the Department of Computer Information Systems and the community.