More About The Department
The Department of Information Systems was established in 1433/1432 to be one of the College of Computer and Information Technology’s departments. It awards a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems. The department aims to qualify male and female students to fill technical and administrative positions. The department includes a selection of qualified professors to provide the latest scientific materials to students. Students of the Information Systems Department also benefit from the university’s network to access all scientific resources. We train our students in various primary computer fields such as programming, networks, systems design, and software engineering to help them achieve their goals and support them to be active in the decision-making process. The Department of Information Systems philosophy is based on making qualified students both in theoretical foundations of information systems and applied concepts in business science through practical applications that focus on identifying and solving existing problems in the business. Information systems combine Computer Foundations and technical needs of administrative organizations. The program provides theoretical foundations in information systems as well as an understanding of management principles and practices that are enhanced through practical application that focuses on identifying and solving existing problems in the business world.