The IT program aims to create competitive competencies equipped with scientific foundations, technical skills, as well as ethical and professional values, that enable them to design, build and administer the digital infrastructure, and develop smart solutions to protect from cyberthreats, as well as analyze systems, identify customer needs, and apply cybersecurity mechanisms, in addition to playing a leading role in the development of society and its civilizational advancement. The program provides students with skills to store, protect, automate, transfer and retrieve information in a confidential and integrity way, as well as design and develop digital systems and applications in accordance with scientific foundations and technical standards.
The program offers several tracks, including the cybersecurity track that qualifies its graduates with scientific foundations and professional way to protect information networks ahd infrastructure from cyber attacks, maintain confidentiality and integrity, secure and authenticate electronic transactions, and minimize thefts and cybercrime. In addition, the networking track cares with deeply and comprehensivly study of the basic components of computer networks, mobile networks, wireless networks and cloud computing systems.
Qualifing competitive competencies with scientific foundations, technical skills, ethical values and professional standards for developing and admistering digital infrastructure and securing its transactions, in addition to pursuing research, and contributing to an effective community partnership.
Values- and professional-commitment
The Influential character
Common IT careers include:
• Cloud Architect
• Computer Forensic Investigators
• Information Security
• Mobile Application Developers
• Data Modeler
• Software Developers
• Web Developers
• Computer Network Architect
• Cyber Systems and Network Security
• Data Management and Analytics
• IT Entrepreneurship and Management
Average fees for 15 credit hours per semester:
1600 SR / HOUR
Mode Of Study:
Mode Of Learning:
Theoretical and Practical