The Department of Computer Sciences, established in 2002, accepts secondary school graduates scientific branch and grants bachelor’s degrees in Computer Sciences. Graduates are qualified not only to work as programmers in state and private sector institutions, but also to pursue postgraduate study. The department established its own postgraduate program in MSC and PhD. The highly qualified faculty of the department are graduates of master’s or PhD programs in the U.S., U.K., China, France, Hungary, Turkey, India, and Iraq.
Because scientific advancement is largely dependent on the advancement of information-communication technology, the Department of Computer Sciences has become a necessity for science in general and for the College of Sciences specifically. The department provides information about computer and information technologies in accordance with the IEEE-ACM curricula that have been approved by His Excellency the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and also by the Committee of the Deans of the Colleges of Sciences.
The department, which is on the semester system, employs the latest presentation technologies including smart boards, electronic screens, and data projectors. The department has four modern laboratories and three air-conditioned classrooms.