College of Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence

College of Information Technology and Artificial Intelligence:               

Introduction to the college:

The College of Information Technology was established, in response to the urgent need of society for qualified graduates in various computer disciplines. The college has a number of academic departments , namely: computer science, software engineering, computer information systems, Internet technology, and artificial intelligence, and Teaching and learning technology, Operations Research and Decision Support Department, and a selection of faculty members of various academic ranks works in the college. (60%). A university degree is also granted at the master’s level in the computer science and information systems and software engineering programs. The college has nine computer laboratories equipped with the latest equipment and modern scientific techniques for information technology students, and one of these laboratories is equipped for research and postgraduate studies with advanced portable computers, and the college is developing its plans At a pace that is in line with scientific developments and the rapid scientific and technological development in the field of computing, there are permanent committees charged with developing plans to advance their programs and plans.

College departments and programs:


The college currently consists of seven academic departments, which are:

  • Department of Computer Science: It aims to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary for him to work in the field of programming, the use of computer networks, and the development of computer systems 
  • · Software Engineering Department: The department of training and rehabilitation requested by the proper foundations and methodologies for the development of software systems , including the use of the right tools and appropriate to ensure the quality and reliability of the system in order to avoid the occurrence of errors in the software may cause a lot of losses. The specialists have become accustomed to calling this field of knowledge software engineering, and the specialist in this field to be called the software engineer.
  • Department of Computer Information Systems: The Computer Information Systems Program graduates trained, qualified and knowledgeable students in everything related to the development and maintenance of information systems. The following: Information systems analysis and design, information storage and retrieval systems, management information systems, economics of information systems, information center management, e-commerce, Internet information systems, also includes software quality assurance, object-oriented databases, methodologies for developing information systems, knowledge discovery in database systems
  • Department of Internet Technology: The current development in the use of the Internet has created new markets and is accompanied by an increase in demand for graduates with skills related to this technology, the Internet technology program “Multimedia Technology and Web Development”, the department seeks to provide students with the necessary knowledge and practical skills required to develop Internet-related applications Efficiency and effectiveness, and it also seeks to address the lack of necessary practical skills required by labor markets in the field of information technology and the Internet by providing students with the capabilities that qualify them for this purpose, mobile computing and smart device applications, and includes its materials as follows:Various types of telephone networks, Internet technology, communication technology, security and confidentiality of information and networks, speech recognition and generation, multimedia, as well as computer vision, virtual reality, smart and quantitative computers, microprocessing and its applications, dynamic systems and humans, e-learning and digital libraries, engineering Information, e-business.
  • Teaching and Learning Technology: The program aims to provide teachers and specialists in educational technology, human resource development and training in this field. The department’s program also contributes to the training of current IT teachers and supervisors in the learning resource centers. In order for teachers to acquire the skills of teaching these subjects, they study various educational courses (such as curricula, teaching methods, educational psychology, foundations of education and educational technology) and then practical application within the laboratories and laboratories of these subjects.

         6- Department of Operations Research and Decision Support, in which the following are taught: Fundamentals and concepts of systems science.

Computer languages ​​for simulation.

Operations research and decision support methodology.

Applications of computers and simulation in management and economics.

Linear and nonlinear programming.

In addition to multi-objective programming.

Stochastic and dynamic programming.

Smart computers.

Inventory and production control systems.

Waiting lines.

Decision support tools and techniques.

In addition to cognitive decision support systems.

Information Systems. geographical.

Total quality management.

Matches and crisis management.

Various applied models of production, services, economics and management.

7- Department of Artificial Intelligence: It includes computer and network science subjects, information systems, and information engineering.

 Vision :

The College of Information Technology seeks to provide the ingredients for the continuous development of education in technology to keep pace with the accelerating scientific and technological developments, and to raise the college graduates to the level of high competitiveness, and to carry out distinguished scientific research and studies.

the message :

The college’s mission stems from the university’s mission and strategy aimed at meeting the needs of society, in response to the steady scientific and technological development, and covering the local and global market needs of scientific competencies.

College goals:

The college aims to direct students’ skills to deal with computer technologies and process information, its images and various containers, as well as to graduate qualified cadres in the field of computing sciences and its applications and to link computer science and information technology with management science to produce cadres highly knowledgeable in information management matters, software and systems analysis.

The Department of Information Technology is concerned with teaching the basics of information technology, pattern and character recognition, software, digital signal processing, computer vision, multimedia, information engineering and information networks. This is also in addition to selected topics whose purpose is to give the faculty members a quick opportunity to keep pace with modern scientific development by teaching what is new in information technology systems without waiting for the regulation to be amended.

Graduate work fields: 

The graduate can work in fields related to:

areas of organization and management.

areas of planning and information.

Fields of project implementation and study of different sectors.

Preparing coordination programs between different sectors in government and private institutions.

Programming Engineer.

Network Engineer.

programs developer.

Teaching online courses.

Database integration developer.

Business Analyst.

Systems Specialist.

Microsoft database developer.

Database Administrator.

Functional Systems Laboratory.

Systems penetration lab.

Quality guarantor.

warehouse engineer.

Information Security Crime Investigator.

Technical Information Security Specialist.

location supervisor.

Manager of Information Technology.

College aspirations and ambitions:

Issuing a scientific journal in the name of the college to attract the latest research and studies in the field of computer.

Establishing a specialized library for the college, and raising the efficiency of the college’s computer laboratories.

Expanding the field of training courses to meet the needs of different institutions, and working continuously to raise the efficiency of the faculty members in the college.

Contribute to projects related to the advancement of society.

Developing the academic staff: This is through the blessed effort made by the Deanship of the College in urging the brothers of the faculty members to develop themselves and raise their academic level by encouraging the professors to carry out academically distinguished research and obtain higher degrees, as well as encouraging the brothers who hold a master’s degree to obtain a doctorate degree.

Developing the administrative and technical staff: through the college’s request to appoint laboratory supervisors with a high level of teaching to advance in the field of laboratory management and holding training courses for technicians in the college in the fields of safety and security as well as in the field of using modern technology in their work in order to save time and effort, and holding advanced training courses for the brothers college administrators.



Education Technology Department:               

Definition of the department:

Educational technology is an integrated and dynamic networked system based on theory and application in the design, use, development and evaluation of multimedia. During their academic, technical and educational qualification to be able to design, produce, use, develop, and evaluate multimedia, this specialization aims to adapt contemporary technology in order to develop the education system, at several levels.

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Providing a rich and advanced educational environment that ensures excellence, leadership and creativity in the outputs.

Department message:

Adapting contemporary technology to develop the education system, on several levels.

Department goals:

1- The Department of Educational Technology helps prepare the student teacher and a generation of specialists in the field of using educational technology.

2- It helps the student to develop his skills and abilities to deal with technology correctly and adapt it to serve humanity.

3- It develops students’ skills in planning, organizing, preparing and producing new and renewable learning resources in the field of learning and teaching.

4- Helps the student to develop curricula and teaching aids.

5- The department supports educational relations inside and outside the college, with various other scientific disciplines related to the fields of educational technology.

6- Qualifies the student for creativity and excellence in partnership with educational bodies and institutions to develop training programs for the employment and use of technical innovations in the field of learning and teaching.

7- The department allows the student to participate in human development programs and to provide and follow-up technical support for programs related to follow-up and planning.

8- The department also provides for debates and competitions between different colleges in the field of educational technology. 

work fields:

) Design and production of foundational educational media such as posters, paintings, models, transparencies, and others.

2) Design and production of electronic educational media such as interactive and non-interactive educational computer programs.

3) Design and production of black and white, color and digital photographs and film slides in its various stages.

4) Designing and producing television programs using a portable video camera, and designing and producing television programs using a multi-camera television studio at its various stages.

5) Operation and maintenance of audio-visual display devices.

6) Design and organization of educational exhibitions.

7) Management of learning resource centers.



Educational Technology Department Courses:

First year 


 Subject   the classroom 
Arabic the first
Computer Studies and Programming the first
educational computer the first
Instructional media design the first
Islamic culture and contemporary issues the first
Study of distance education systems the first
Managing information networks in the education system the first
Modern trends and methods in e-learning and distance education systems the first
Electronic management systems for e-learning environments The second
Recent trends in electronic calendar systems The second
Social networks for distance education The second
Strategies and systems for e-learning and distance education The second
Quality systems and education accreditation in e-learning environments The second
Instructional design for personal e-learning environments The second
Education technology for people with special needs The second


Second Year  


 Subject   the classroom 
English language skills  the first
Design systems for virtual learning environments. the first
Design of educational technology materials and tools the first
Islamic guidance for educational sciences the first
Provisions for the use of computer technology in Islamic law the first
Electonic management the first
technology education the first
Research design and statistical methods the first
Educational leadership and management The second
Education using mobile The second
Designing personal e-learning environments The second
Employing educational technology innovations The second
Islam’s position on technology and modern science The second
virtual education The second
The jurisprudence of calamities “Environment and Arts” The second
Mental health, guidance and psychological counseling The second
Third Year:


 Subject   the classroom 
Modern trends in education the first
Introduction to computers the first
The basics of producing educational graphics the first
Museums and educational galleries the first
Radio and audio recordings the first
Principles of Education the first
Artificial intelligence and expert systems the first
Introduction to Programming(1) the first
Applied computer statistics the first
Introduction to Programming(2) The second
Principles of Psychology The second
Fundamentals of Photography The second
Computer (using windows) The second
Teaching principles The second
Display devices (play and use) The second
Comprehensive libraries The second
Educational psychology (individual differences) The second 


the fourth year:


 Subject   the classroom 
Introduction to multimedia the first
Fiqh of the Book and the Sunnah the first
Distance Learning Technologies (1) the first
field education the first
Learning centers and resources the first
Foundations for selecting and building educational technology clusters the first
computer languages the first
educational technology innovations the first
The social origins of education The second
Objective analysis of sources of knowledge The second
Choosing and using teaching aids The second
Education and community problems The second
Distance Learning Technologies (2) The second
intellectual security  The second
classification systems The second
    The project

The student chooses the technical project from the specialized fields he studied, and the project is judged by a tripartite committee at the end of the year

Preparing the scientific committee

Monday: May 25, 2021 AD





Diploma in Information Technology and Computer:               

Definition :

This specialization aims to provide the student with the basic knowledge and skills that enable him to take charge of the technical aspects in various organizations, as it ensures the availability, stability, and security of the required technical services. It also enables the student to assess the organization’s need for computer systems, applications, and networks, and to seek Providing them, preparing them, preparing them, ensuring the quality of their work, and training employees to use them efficiently. The graduate of this specialization performs the following tasks:

Assembling computers and preparing them to work with different programs.

Hardware maintenance and software upgrade.

Participate in the automation of the daily activities of companies, institutions and government agencies. 

Program Goals:  

The program aims to prepare and qualify human cadres specialized in the field of computer science (network technology), to meet the requirements of development projects, and to open wide areas for high school graduates towards possessing practical technical and applied expertise, allowing them to compete in the labor market efficiently and effectively, and raising the level of efficiency Young people in their jobs, in order to serve the goals of economic development, by relying on the latest laboratories and global and scientific technologies for training


Duration of study in the program  :

Two academic years divided into (4) semesters


 study plan:

First year Chapter II
Computer Math Building local networks
Computer maintenance skills IT Basics 
Programming Basics Internet applications
Introduction to computer applications Networking
Networking Basics Network monitoring and maintenance
Network Operating Systems Technical support and customer service skills 
wide area network protocols Written expression in English 
Ethical approaches to IT management  electronic publishing
computer network security Introduction to router technology
Database Basics advanced computer applications
advanced office software database management 
computer programming concepts  Network Security Support 


Gathering and preparing the scientific committee 

Thursday: June 3, 2021 AD





Diplomas of the Department of Libraries, Documents and Information Technology:               


First: Diploma in Public Libraries and Children’s Libraries

first school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
course Credit hours
Lectures practical training
Introduction to library and information science 2
collectibles management 3
office psychology 2
Bibliographic description 2
Reference sources 3
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
information base management systems 3
Entrance to the classification 3
Information services 2
Objective analysis 2
information networks 2
second school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
Automation in libraries 3
Library and Society 3
Managing school libraries and children’s libraries 3
The psychology of reading 3
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
The Internet and Libraries 3
Children’s literature and libraries 3
School library resources and references 2
Special Category Services 2
Building and developing office groups 2

Second: Diploma in Research Libraries and Academic Libraries

first school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
course Credit hours
Lectures practical training
Introduction to library and information science 3
collectibles management 3
Bibliographic description 3
Reference sources 3
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
information base management systems 3
Category 3
Information services 2
Objective analysis 2
automated systems in libraries 2
second school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
Integrated automated systems 3
information retrieval systems 3
Scientific communication 3
Management of university and academic libraries 3
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
Create websites 3
digital reference sources 3
Information search behavior 3
Detection and extraction 3


Third: Diploma in Information Technology

first school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
course Credit hours
Lectures practical training
Introduction to library and information science 3
collectibles management 3
Bibliographic description 2
Reference sources 2
Library and information management 2
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
information base management systems 3
Category 3
Information services 3
Objective analysis 3
second school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
Systems analysis and design 3
programming 3
web design 3
Information Society 2
Information services and management 2
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
digital libraries 3
electronic publishing 2
Information Marketing 3
Multimedia 3
electronic information sources 2


Fourth: Diploma in Documentation

first school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
course Credit hours
Lectures practical training
Documentation 3
Archive flag 3
Ongoing document management 3
Arabic writing 3
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
The use of computers in the field of documents and archives 3
electronic archive 3
archival collections 3
Arrange documents 3
publishing industry 2
second school year
Compulsory courses (first semester)
systems history 3
Civilization sources 3
Documentation and archive services 3
archival description 3
Documentation and information centers 2
Compulsory Courses (Semester Two)
Arabic documents 3
Documentary indexing 3
Specialized Archives 3
communication theory 3
electronic information sources 2


Gathering and preparing the scientific committee 

Thursday: June 3, 2021 AD

Department of Libraries, Documents and Information Technology:               

Definition :

This specialization comes in line with the national strategy in preparing scientifically, technically and technically qualified human cadres in the field of libraries and information technology compatible with the needs and requirements of the market, and able to deal with information collection and sources, organization, retrieval, and availability to beneficiaries, and employing modern technology to work efficiently, which contributes In developing the profession and its progress locally and in the Arab world, according to the needs of the labor market and in response to technological developments in this important science, and this specialization is taught by a group of specialized faculty members with experience and competence.

Message :  

 The Department of Libraries and Documents sees becoming a distinguished scientific center for qualifying human cadres in the field of library, documentary and information services, supporting the foundations of applied scientific research to serve the local community, developing the environment and opening channels for communication with the developed world in the field of libraries, documents and information.

Vision :

Creative diversity in the topics and branches of the specialization of libraries, documents and information and their curricula, mastery and innovation in education and research, effective contribution to community service, culture, research and environmental development, and rehabilitation of human resources in the field of libraries, documents and information in a manner that ensures keeping pace with global trends and meeting national needs in these areas, knowledge development and support The elements of scientific research in the three disciplines of the department, and to contribute to the service of the local community and the development of the environment by providing advice and organizing training courses to achieve professional development for workers in the field of libraries and information organization. 


1- Preparing the human cadres of the department’s students in the three specializations (libraries – documents – information).

2- Qualifying the department’s students for the labor market through training courses, workshops, and field training in various information institutions.

3- Preparing scientific research and scientific theses (Master’s – PhD) in the department’s various specializations.

4- Providing advisory services to all institutions in the community, and preparing successive generations of faculty members who have the ability for continuous self-development, and to provide outstanding university performance.

Skills and job market for graduates:

The graduate possesses analysis and design skills for digital archiving systems, database management, web programming, human-computer interaction design, indexing and electronic archiving techniques, the foundations and methods of information storage, and access to it in multiple electronic sources in digital repositories, portals and web pages. Information Working in all libraries, whether university or school, public or private libraries, and information centers and managing them with high efficiency and competition. 


First squad :

chapter one Chapter II
course The number of hours course The number of hours
theoretical my work theoretical my work
1/ English language 2 1/ Arabic language 2
2/ Introduction to library and information sciences. 3 2/ History of books and libraries 2
3/ Introduction to Information Technology 2 4 3 / traditional and electronic publishing 3
4/ Introduction to Documentation 2 4/ General references 2 2
5- The emergence and development of Arabic calligraphy 2 5- Descriptive cataloging in libraries and documents 2
6- An introduction to the study of documents and the history of archives 2 6- Classification in libraries and documents 2
7/ Egyptian archival collections 3 7/ Arabic writing 2
8/Contact documents 3 2




the second band:


chapter one Chapter II
course The number of hours Test type course The number of hours Test type
theoretical my work theoretical my work
1/ Islamic historical library 2 editorial 1/ Archival Science (Advanced) 2 editorial
2/ Descriptive indexing and metadata 4 2 editorial + sh 2/ Classification 3 2 editorial +
3/ group development 2 editorial 3/ Library and information services 3 editorial
4/ Manage current documents 2 editorial 4/ Systems analysis and design 2 editorial
5/ Statistics (introductory) 2 5/ Statistics (advanced) 2
6/ Applications on the computer 2 6/ Intellectual Security 2
7 / archival science (preliminary) 2 editorial 7/ Arrange documents and archival descriptions 2 editorial
8/ Specific and specialized archives 2 2 editorial +



Third Division:


chapter one Chapter II
course The number of hours Test type course The number of hours Test type
theoretical my work theoretical my work
1/ Objective Indexing 2 2 editorial 1/ Scientific thinking 2 editorial
2/ Specialized references and the student chooses:

A/ Social and human sciences references

B/ References of natural and applied sciences

3 2 editorial 2/ Indexing and extraction 2 2 written + oral
3 / management of information institutions 2 editorial 3 / authority control systems 2 2 editorial
4/ Documents and archive services 2 2 editorial 4/ Legislation and standards: the student chooses

A/ Libraries and information

b/ documents and archives

3 editorial
5- Applications to computers and information systems 2 5- Managing magazines 2
6/ Islamic antiquities and arts 2 6/ Specialized reference sources 2
7/ Traditional and electronic sources of information 3 editorial 7/ field training 3 oral
8/ Medieval Arabic documents 3 2 oral


Fourth squad:


chapter one Chapter II
course The number of hours Test type course The number of hours Test type
theoretical my work theoretical my work
1/ Bibliographic retrieval systems 2 2 editorial 1/ human rights 2 editorial
2/ Quality information institutions and the student chooses:

A / school libraries and children’s libraries

b/ public and national libraries

c/ Specialized and academic libraries

D / the role of documents and archives

3 2 editorial 2/ Integrated automated systems for libraries 3 2 editorial
3/ Digitization and digital group management 2 editorial 3 / Islamic culture and morals 2
4/ Arabic manuscript 3 editorial 4/ Designing websites for libraries on the Internet 2 2 editorial
5- Audio-visual materials and mini-films 5- Methods for achieving the manuscript heritage 2 2
6- Documents and libraries in Islamic and Arab civilization 6- Sources of Arab heritage and Islamic civilization 2
7- The economics of information and knowledge 3 editorial 7/ Text retrieval systems 3 2 editorial
8/ Introduction to the humanities and social sciences 3 editorial 8- Electronic archive 2 2
project using computer


Gathering and preparing the scientific committee 

Thursday: June 3, 2021 AD





Information Studies Diploma:

Vision :

Depth, leadership and excellence in graduate studies, scientific research and advanced consultancy in the fields of technology, information management and archival management.

the message :

Effectively building specialists in information studies and information content, preparing specialists with a high scientific and practical level to provide the community with the skills competencies, preparing experienced researchers to solve problems faced by all societal institutions and enriching informational knowledge.


1. Giving the opportunity for qualified university degree holders to continue their educational attainment.

  1. Preparing, qualifying and educating students to be leaders in the information and informatics profession.


  1. Contribute to the creation of qualified elements in the field of scientific research in the fields of information technology, information management, and archive management. 
  2. Continuous development of academic educational programs in line with modern trends in specialization and profession.
  3. Enriching scientific research in the field of information content through the issuance of scientific publications and periodicals, and the development and encouragement of cooperation and scientific exchange.

Study plan of the Department of Information Studies:


1- Information Management Division


chapter one Chapter II
Information organization management Methods of searching for information (applied research)
Systems analysis and design Information Policies
Building websites Beneficiary Studies (Applied Research)
Information services knowledge management
digital management Information Legislation
Basics of Information Studies Research Methodology
Integrated automated systems human rights 
information and communication networks A panel discussion in information science 
Information Economics information industry
Information Systems Practical Training 



Second, the Archives Management Division

chapter one Chapter II
Information Policies Fundamentals of Documentation and Archival Science
Electronic Archiving (Applied Research) Management of document centers and archives
Content management Archive Beneficiaries Services
Organizing and preserving archival documents Documentary legislation
Archive and scientific research Methods for searching for archival information
Information and Communication Technology Research Methodology
Document maintenance and restoration human rights 
Operations Research electronic archive
Information Marketing A panel discussion on archival science 
Recent selected readings Practical Training 



Special Diploma in Educational Technology:

chapter one



Course Name
Recent applications in the field of learning technology
Educational guidance and psychological counseling
education technology
The origins of education
Psychological Health
educational technology in english
Modern teaching methods and strategies



Chapter II:

Course Name
educational psychology
Arabic language and literature
Methods of scientific research in the fields of education
Education and e-learning
Technological innovations and how to employ them educationally
educational statistics
Information Sources
applied project


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