Business Information Technology
department strive for enabling responsible graduates for global and productive
careers in business-related computing. By providing an excellent and diverse
environment for learning, research, and practice of information technology
theories, computer applications and software development, and business-related
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To become one of the leading business information technology
institutions that provide quality education and promote high quality research.
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The main objectives of Business Information Technology
(BIT) program seek the linkage between theory and practice in the field of BIT.
This linkage equips the graduates with locally and internationally required
abilities. BIT program graduates are expected to possess suitable technical
background knowledge and skills, in addition to deep understanding of
business-oriented information technology environments. The undergraduate
students are provided solid education to attain productive career, base for
successful further studies, continue lifelong learning, and be responsible.
Specifically, the graduates are expected to:
a. Be capable
of competing locally and internationally in the field of BIT by being highly
qualified, well trained, self-learners, able to cope with advancements, and
professional team workers.
b. Be ready for
professional practice in the BIT field including, but not limited to,
programming, web-applications development, system analysis, problem solving,
project management, BIT-related consultation, total quality management, and
c. Strive for
professional growth by continuous career development, showing increasing
responsibility and leadership, pursuing advanced studies, and being innovative.
d. Adhere to
professional conduct by being aware of ethical and social implications of their
work and behavior.
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The mission of the B.Sc. in Computer
Information System program is to prepare students for productive careers in
computing by providing an excellent and diverse environment for learning,
research and practice of computing theories, computer application tools and
software development. It strikes a balance between theory and practice of computer
science and computer information systems.
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To be e leading local, and global school in the area of computing that
able to supply the market with a distinguish information systems developers and
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The program Educational Objectives of the
Computer Information Systems program (CIS) strikes a balance between theory and
practice of computer science and computer information systems. This balance
satisfies both regional and national needs. Graduates of the CIS program are
equipped with solid theory knowledge and sound technical skills. Meanwhile,
they are arranged to operate and administer a wide range of information systems
environments. They are provided a broad educational to attain productive employment,
prepare them for success in graduate studies, and continue lifelong learning. Specifically.
The graduates of CIS program will:
Have a broad organizational and
real-world perspective such that they are able to compete locally and
internationally in the field of CIS.
Highly proficient in computer
information systems in various capabilities, including, but not limited to, programming,
system analysis, problem solving, Database design development and
administration, Information system management and decision support.
Have good interpersonal
communication skills, team skills, professional leadership skills, and posses
an awareness of the social and ethical implications of their work and their
Be able to design, implement,
deliver, and manage automated solutions to organizational problems.
Demonstrate continuous career improvement and
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