Bachelor Honors in Information Technology
The Bachelor Honors in Information Technology Program was approved in the year 2015 replacing the Bachelor of General Sciences Program, which was granted by the faculty. The detailed curricula of the Bachelor Honors in Information Technology Program and description of the courses is given in appendix 3.
The program aims to:
- Graduate qualified students in information technology both in academic and professional fields familiar with modern technologies in information technology and its application in cognitive and life aspects.
- Graduating students who are capable of self-education and development, working in teams, and participating in scientific research in information technology and computing fields.
The program of study awards the bachelor honors degree in information technology after successful completion of the approved study program which comprises 167 credit hours to be completed in four years (8 semesters at least).
Admission Requirements Students are admitted according to the conditions specified by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and/or any other conditions required by the faculty.
Expected Learning Outputs
After completing this program, graduates are expected to:
- Apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the relevant field.
- Analyze the problem, define and identify the appropriate requirements to solve it.
- Design, implement and evaluate computer systems.
- Work effectively within a team to achieve a common goal.
- Apply professional, ethical and legal aspects of computing.
- Networks and information systems management.
- Use the best approaches in designing and developing database systems and web applications.
The job opportunities for the graduates of this program are wide and comprise various disciplines e.g. teaching, training centers, firms, banks, public and private sectors institutions, communication companies and internet services etc.