IS department is considered one of the most important departments in
the College of Computer Science and Engineering (CCSE) due to the fact
that information systems are related to many other practical fields and
modern academic curriculums, in addition to the importance of
information systems in the developing cooperative academic and
administrative relationships with other colleges and scientific
departments in the university.
Systems is a science that involves the identification of requirements,
needs and objectives of an establishment including the structure of the
organization and its strategies. The science then aims to provide
practical software solutions that can help improve the performance and
productivity of the organization, and transform its traditional business
functions to electronic.
field of information systems is characterized by being focused on the
development of the information systems that are needed and required by
many governmental, commercial and private organizations, companies,
institutions, and establishments. The IS department is committed to
developing academic curriculums that enable the students to acquire the
knowledge, skills and practical experience needed by job market and
pursued by many different organizations.
Employment Opportunities for IS Graduates
IS department awards its graduates a Bachelor and a Master of Science
degree in Information Systems. This degree allows the graduates to
pursue employment in the following areas: