About Department of Computer Information Systems

Introduction

The Department of Computer Information Systems (CIS) was established in 2002/2003 academic year to cope with the expansion of the information technology world.

The department of CIS provides students with a variety of subjects related to information systems analysis and design, data retrieval systems, data warehousing and archiving, network management, commerce and electronic transactions, information security and related studies.

The department aims to prepare graduates with scientific and practical skills to plan, develop, design, and manage information systems that serve various institutions and organizations.

 Vision:

The department should be pioneering and innovator in providing programs and research in the field of computer information systems at local and global levels.

 Mission:

Keep up with the international curriculum by using modern teaching methods to prepare distinguished elite in the field of computer information systems eligible to meet the needs of the labor market and community service.

Objectives:

  • Program graduates will demonstrate their understanding of the functions and applications of computers in an information systems environment and apply that understanding within organizational and business structures and processes.
  • Program graduates will demonstrate the ability to solve business-centered problems by identifying, analyzing, developing, and implementing information system based solutions.
  • Program graduates will demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with persons in various information systems roles, including those in the role of user, manager, developer, analyst, and database/network administrator.
  • Program graduates will demonstrate the ability to maintain current knowledge of emerging and changing information system methodologies and technologies to address the critical needs of the business with respect to regulatory demands, strategic goals and daily operations.
  • Program graduates will be able to plan, lead, organize, and participate in teams and team-based projects that lead organizations to successful and sustainable information systems solutions.
  • Program graduates will demonstrate the ability to understand and apply ethical considerations to problems in an information systems environment.

    Dr. Shadi Masadeh    

Head of Department