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Faculty of Computer Engineering and Informatics

 


 

 Courses  and Study plan: (to Download Click Here)

Faculty Facilities:

Laboratories

The Faculty laboratories are all well-equipped with the latest tools and technologies in order to provide practical training on different areas.

  • Physics Laboratory:  total space of 40 m² and features a collection of physics experiments (about 22 experiments)
  • Electronics Laboratory: total space of 40 m² and includes experiment platforms, supply units and electronic metric units.
  • Logic Circuits Laboratory:  total space of 40 m² and includes computers, experiment platforms, supply units, and electronic metric units.
  • Micro Processors Laboratory: total space of 60 m² and includes computers, experiment platforms, supply units, and electronic metric units.
  • Computer Laboratories: Six labs,each is of 40 m² and equipped with 20 computers and a network.
  • Computer Networks Laboratory: total space of 40 m² fully equipped with all related networking technologies.

 

Departments:

  • Software & Information System Engineering  
  • Artificial Intelligence Engineering                                        
  • Computer & Control Engineering                               
  • Communication & Network Engineering
  • Basic Sciences

Vision:

The Faculty has the mission of providing the community with computer, informatics and communication engineers of the highest quality able of positively impacting on developing the community and business. The Faculty has also the mission of providing the highest quality education and experience to students in order to make them compete on local and international levels. 

Mission:

The Faculty of Computer Engineering and Informatics aims at providing a suitable scientific environment that keeps pace with ongoing advancements of the field including up-to-date technologies of data handling, processing transferring, and retrieving by means of computer networks and the Internet. Current developments are maintained in the field of digital telecommunications, as well as embedded software control systems. Developing teaching methodologies and aid are also among the Faculty priorities.
The Faculty also pays considerable attention to develop student personality and skills, professional ethics and commitment. Student cultural, scientific and social initiatives are promoted as the Faculty believes such initiatives and skills reflect on students future prospects when going to the labour market.

 

Degrees awarded by the Faculty:

Bachelor Degree in one of the following specializations:
- Software & Information System Engineering  
- Artificial Intelligence Engineering                             
- Computer & Control Engineering                               
- Communication & Network Engineering