The College of Computer Information Technology provides a long-term focus on building excellence in its accredited programs and developing a quality learning environment for its students so that the mission, goals and objectives are met and the vision of the University is upheld. Achieving these goals requires resources to build and sustain faculty capacity, enhance student experiences inside and outside of the classroom, and improve the teaching and research infrastructure. The College aims to offer hands-on training integrated within the accredited Bachelor, and Master's Degree, which require students to be simultaneously and sequentially involved with diverse disciplines and concepts. The programs are structured to teach the fundamentals of disciplines, and to reflect changes in the profession. Currently, The College provides quality teaching that creates an environment in which interested students can achieve full potential and allow them to choose from a broad range of Bachelor and Master's degree programs.
College of Computer Information Technology strives to be an active community, national and regional member; being committed to graduate practice oriented specialists, and Information Technology professionals through novel computing and information technology programs. The college endeavors in applied research bridging the gap between theory and practice to solve computing and information technology challenges, and fosters innovative graduates that drive change. The College engages in continuous learning opportunities for its community.
The College of Computer Information Technology aspires for excellence in teaching, research, and community service.
- Enable students to understand, and attain knowledge and skills in various computer information technology concentrations.
- Enable students to apply the current technology, and practices in the computer information field to meet market demands.
- Equip students with the necessary skills for applying the latest technology in their day-to-day professional work and motivating faculty and students to adapt the data from the industry for their projects.
- Provide quality academic programs, and support services.
- Develop learning activities through comprehensive portfolio of curricular, and extra-curricular activities.
- Illustrate the diversity of schools of thought within the information technology knowledge domain.
- Develop collaborative agreements with academic institutions for the purposes of intellectual advancement.
- Cultivate relationships with businesses and the community to advance curriculum offering.
- Create a research environment, which incite faculty to excite their research.
- Develop faculty research productivity.