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College of Information Technology

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About College

The faculty of Information Technology was established in 2001 as one of the faculties of Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST) which specializes in two main fields: Computer Science and Information Systems. It moves towards achieving tremendous information revolution and preparing distinguished human cadres on the Arab and national level.

Furthermore, the faculty is very keen for its effective participation in the promising information sophistication as this field of technology has a real impact on developing the personal capacities, widening the mental horizons, and raising the humans’ ability of thinking, discussing and arguing.

In response to the overwhelming demand of Information Technology (IT) Professionals throughout the world, the faculty of Information Technology in MUST is providing the educational environment to help the students in developing the theoretical groundwork and applied skills needed to pursue careers as IT professionals in computing, software development, manufacturing, service, public and other business sectors.
It is overall philosophy of the faculty to offer a curriculum that is focused not only on theoretical work but also on the practical aspects of the technology itself.

It is very tangible that the faculty of Information Technology cares about the hiring of prominent figures of the teaching staff who have solid knowledge together with theoretical and applied experience. They are capable of exploiting the available resources for sustaining the educational skills, estimating the students’ standard, preparing and developing the courses and administrating the educational process for achieving the goals in the best way exactly as internationally organized.

A total of 140 credit hours are to be completed for Graduation.

Departments

Computer Science Department

  • About

    The B.Sc. program in computer science is structured into 140 credit hours system (C.H.). The distribution of these credit hours according to the proposed categories is as follows: –

    • 21 CH as University Requirements.
    • 42 CH as Faculty Requirements.
    • 77 Credit Hours as Department Requirements.

    The specialization requirements are divided into two main categories, major and electives. The major courses are compulsory courses for all CS students. Electives give the room for specializing in one or more of the main branches in CS.

  • Goals:

    Program Aims

    Computer Science (CS) program is designed to provide students with the foundations of the discipline as well as the opportunity for specialization.

    Besides, CS Program aims to: –

    1. Develop students’ abilities to integrate the practical and theoretical skills from across modules as appropriate to the discipline.
    2. Enable students to have a strong foundation in mathematics and basic concepts relevant to the field of computing and computer science including simulation and modeling to be able to solve real-world problems; as well as to analyze and interpret data.
    3. Provide a versatile route of Computer Science field to allow students to acquire a broad, balanced knowledge and expertise of core areas and advanced topics in Computer Science as well as business environment-based and research to enable graduates to compete in the labor market.
    4. Enable students to analyze a problem, identify, define, and document the computing requirements appropriate to achieve desired computer system.
    5. Enable students to develop their capacity to use current techniques, skills, and tools appropriate for computing practice.
    6. Enable students to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
    7. Enable students to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.

    Enable students to apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions.

Information Systems Department

  • About

    The B.Sc. program in information systems is structured into a 140 credit hours system (C.H.). The distribution of these credit hours according to the proposed categories is as follows: –

    • 21 Credit Hours as University Requirements.
    • 42 Credit Hours as Faculty Requirements.
    • 77 Credit Hours as Department Requirements.

    The department requirements are divided into two main categories, namely, major and electives. The major courses are compulsory courses for all IS students. Electives give the room for specializing in one or more of the main branches in IS.

  • Goals:

    Information Systems (IS) program is designed to provide the student with the foundations of the discipline as well as the opportunity for specialization.

    Besides, IS Program aims to: –

    1. Develop students’ abilities to integrate the practical and theoretical skills from across modules as appropriate to the discipline.
    2. Enable students to have a strong foundation in mathematics and basic concepts appropriate to information systems.
    3. Provide a versatile route of Information Systems field to allow students to acquire a great knowledge and expertise via study a variety of information systems subjects as well as business environment-based and research to enable graduates to compete in the labor market.
    4. Enable students to develop their capacity to use current techniques, skills, and tools appropriate to analyze, design, and engineer the different components of information systems.
    5. Be capable graduates to develop analytical reasoning and modeling skills to define and interpret problems related to computer information systems and have experience in the specify and using appropriate tools to solve such problems.
    6. Produce graduates who meet the industry standard in the management and development of information systems of enterprise infrastructure.
    7. Enable students to address information requirements and learn to apply existing technologies to various kinds of information effectively.
    8. Develop competent professionals able to operate effectively in many different commercial, industrial, and academic environments and link different knowledge areas to solve professional problems.
    9. Develop students’ awareness of the social, organizational, and professional context in which they will be working through illustrating the impact of information systems on society to be capable of continuous personal and professional development.
    • Enable graduates to acquire a broad range of skills and activities relevant to Information Systems industry requirements to show ability for, dealing with constantly changing technology and continuing professional development.
    • Enable graduates to adapt and apply their knowledge and skills to master new technical areas and to recognize technological and human trends.
    • Develop graduates’ knowledge and intellectual skills of the functional, operational, and strategic issues in information systems in a business or public sector environment.
    • Encourage graduates to follow appropriate practices within a professional, and legal responsibility and contribute to society with that ethical behavior.
    • Train students for independently lifelong learning to be able to adapt to continuing technological change to meet industry requirements in computing and information areas.
College Mission
College Vision
Dean's word
College Goals

College Mission

The Faculty of Information Technology – Misr University for Science and Technology is based on the preparation of distinct competencies in information technology to meet the needs of the community of industry, trade and services at the local level; and the introduction of modern technologies in the educational system that enables the generation of creative craftsmanship and innovation capable of competition and entrepreneurship; and deepen the culture of information and knowledge of the environment locally through distinguished scientific research in providing solutions and applications for information technology.

 

College Vision

Faculty of Information Technology – Misr University for Science and Technology is a pioneer in the fields of education and scientific research at the national level, keeping abreast of technological developments worldwide and contributing to the effective service of its society.

Dean's word

In the context of rapid technological development, especially in the field of computer science and artificial intelligence techniques, and in line with the process of digital transformation, which Misr University for Science and Technology pays great attention to. Since computer science and artificial intelligence are the most important outputs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution due to their multiple uses in all fields, it is expected to open the door to limitless innovations, as with the tremendous and accelerating technological development and the transformations the world is witnessing in light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, computer science and artificial intelligence have become engine progress, growth, and prosperity, and it and the innovations that follow can establish a new world of machine learning and the application of its techniques in all aspects of life.

The college’s mission stems from providing distinguished education and applied scientific research based on innovation, community service, researchers and national industries in the field of computer science and artificial intelligence. The college seeks to achieve cooperation and integration and bridge the gap between industry and the university by harnessing the distinguished intellectual energy of the academic community to apply in various Egyptian industries with the latest computer science and artificial intelligence techniques, which contributes to preparing a distinguished graduate capable of competing in the global labor market in order to achieve the link between university education, community needs and production And modernizing the university’s performance through the application of automatic methods using computer science and artificial intelligence techniques to evaluate performance and ensure quality and provide innovative technological research to serve decision-makers to cover the needs of the Egyptian society, which achieves the vision of the smart university community and Egypt’s Vision 2030, which contributes to achieving the knowledge society and encouraging innovation and creativity in The framework of global competition based on excellence.

That artificial intelligence will enter all aspects of life by 2025 and will eliminate most of the possible jobs and at the same time will open the way for new job opportunities for those with the right skills, and the Markets and Markets Research Foundation has predicted that the value of the artificial intelligence market will reach 190 billion US dollars by 2025, and The International Data Corporation (IDC) expects global spending on artificial intelligence systems to reach 57.6 billion by 2021, and also predicts that 75% of commercial company and university applications will use artificial intelligence, and according to Gartner, the field of artificial intelligence will create 2.4 million jobs this year, and its report predicts. The increase in artificial intelligence will generate $2.9 billion by 2021 in business value and restore about 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity and also predicted that about 30% of business-to-business (B2B) transactions will employ artificial intelligence to speed up one of their sales processes, as the International Data Organization has proven that Spending on digital transformation will increase steadily, achieving a total annual growth rate during the five years of 16.7% during the period from 2017-2022 and that 30% of organizations will pay 10% of the annual return Noe in digital transformation.

Maximizing the use of computer science and artificial intelligence techniques by encouraging technological innovations and inventions in the fields of computer science and artificial intelligence that lead to effective community service by generating national technology to activate the contribution to coordinating university efforts to consolidate the national strategic plan in artificial intelligence to develop innovative capabilities and digital transformation and transform the university Egypt for Science and Technology for a smart university is one of the first concerns of the Artificial Intelligence Technology Center in the Faculty of Information Technology.

With my sincerest respect, appreciation, and wishes for continued success and payment,
” May Allah guide us to what he loves and it pleases Him “

Prof. Dr. Rania Abdel Rahman El-Gohari
Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology at Misr University for Science and Technology

College Goals

  • Preparing graduates of certificate holders for programs accredited by the National Authority for Quality and Accreditation, which are equivalent to certificates awarded in leading countries that embrace both professional standards, new technologies and concepts in a global context.
  • Provide outstanding quality of education to students to ensure complete satisfaction during study and after graduation, whether with recruitment, entrepreneurship, or with further graduate studies.
  • Develop partnerships with research centers, local organizations and regional and international commercial and industrial sectors through research and training projects as partners in the development of knowledge, practices and applications.
  • Providing social activities and community services to contribute to the social and economic well-being of their community.
  • Sustainable human resource development including faculty and administrative staff.

Study Programs

1) The Department of Computer Science (CS)

The B.Sc. program in computer science is structured into 140 credit hours system (C.H.). The distribution of these credit hours according to the proposed categories is as follows: –

  • 21 CH as University Requirements.
  • 42 CH as Faculty Requirements.
  • 77 Credit Hours as Department Requirements.

The specialization requirements are divided into two main categories, major and electives. The major courses are compulsory courses for all CS students. Electives give the room for specializing in one or more of the main branches in CS.

2) The Department of Information System (IS)

The B.Sc. program in information systems is structured into a 140 credit hours system (C.H.). The distribution of these credit hours according to the proposed categories is as follows: –

  • 21 Credit Hours as University Requirements.
  • 42 Credit Hours as Faculty Requirements.
  • 77 Credit Hours as Department Requirements.

The department requirements are divided into two main categories, namely, major and electives. The major courses are compulsory courses for all IS students. Electives give the room for specializing in one or more of the main branches in IS.

Faculty Objectives

  • Preparing graduates of certificate holders for programs accredited by the National Authority for Quality and Accreditation, which are equivalent to certificates awarded in leading countries that embrace both professional standards, new technologies, and concepts in a global context.
  • Provide outstanding quality of education to students to ensure complete satisfaction during the study and after graduation, whether with recruitment, entrepreneurship, or with further graduate studies.
  • Develop partnerships with research centers, local organizations, and regional and international commercial and industrial sectors through research and training projects as partners in the development of knowledge, practices, and applications.
  • Providing social activities and community services to contribute to the social and economic well-being of their community.
  • Sustainable human resource development including faculty and administrative staff.

The faculty of Information Technology was established in 2001 as one of the faculties of Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST) which specializes in two main fields: Computer Science and Information Systems. It moves towards achieving tremendous information revolution and preparing distinguished human cadres on the Arab and national level.