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Program Mission:

The Computer & Information Technology program is committed to providing a broad range of information technology skills (hardware and software) designed to meet student aspirations and the needs of the business community. This program endeavors to help students attain their highest educational goals and to provide them a firm foundation in IT practices and a firm value based foundation for lifelong learning and a career in information technology.

Program Objectives:

The Associate Degree in Computer & Information Technology has the following educational objectives:

  • To prepare highly qualified graduates in Computer & Information Technology.
  • To prepare quality graduates to obtain positions in business, industry and government.
  • To prepare graduates in pursuing their education to obtain a higher degree.
  • To prepare graduates to communicate clearly and work in teams effectively.
  • To graduate students with high ethical and Islamic values.
  • To enhance graduates ability to engage in lifelong learning.
  • To serve the community through providing training programs and short courses.
     

Learning Outcomes:

  • Define the essential IT support techniques including installing software, configuring and securing networks, and troubleshooting PCs.

  • Recognize usage of Microsoft office applications with their main features.

  • Recognize the main programming languages and their compatibility in developing web application for specific business environment

  • Develop simple interactive web-based applications.

  • Design a local area network for a medium size organization and manage it through Windows Server.

  • Apply basic computer information technology concepts of hardware and software to a variety of business environments.

  • Investigate and analyze specified software and hardware problems.

  • Apply mathematical skills in developing computer programs.

  • Use critical thinking and problem solving skills in developing software and resolving computing issues.

  • Show responsibility and ethical behavior within and outside organization

  • Demonstrate teamwork and leadership skills effectively

  • Communicate effectively with professional use of ICT tools

     

Professional Occupations:

After completing the program, students may take up any Computer & Information Technology occupation such as:

  • Programmer

  • Network Administrator

  • Assistant computer engineer

  • IT technician

  • Technical support executive

  • Web developer

Program Faculty:

Name

Email@dcc.kfupm.edu.sa

Location

Tariq Aziz
Lecturer/ Program Coordinator
taziz C-273-1
Hani Al-Mohair
Lecturer
hanik C-273-4
Rashid A. Khan
Lecturer
rashidk C-273-3
Fayyaz Ahmed
Lecturer
fayyaz C-273-2
Syed Noaman Ali
Lecturer / IT Manager
syedali C-287
Ovais Khan
Instructor / Registrar (Acting)
ovais B-139
Khwaja Shahzada Shaid
Lecturer
shahzada C-268

Ali Raza
Lecturer

aliraza C-268

Sajid Muhammad Anwer
Lecturer

sajid C-268


Curriculum Overview:

The Objectives of the Associate Degree in Computer & Information Technology are achieved through a curriculum made up of courses in the following four areas:

    General Courses
    ENGL101     English Composition I
    ENGL102     English Composition II
    IAS111        Belief and its Consequences
    IAS201        Objective Writing
 
    Basic Courses
    BA200        Business Communications
    CIT101        Introduction to Microcomputers
    CIT110        Keyboarding
    MATH 121  Introduction to Applied Calculus
 
    Applications
    CIT201      Word Processing Applications
    CIT202      Spreadsheet Applications
    CIT203      Presentation Applications
    CIT220      Database Management
    CIT270      citstone Project
 
    Hardware
    CIT120      PC Maintenance and Troubleshooting
    CIT230      Introduction to Networking
 
    Software
    CIT121     Introduction to Programming
    CIT210     Operating Systems I
    CIT240     Web Authoring and Design
 
    Electives
A) Students are required to take any one of the following Computer & Information Technology electives:
    CIT221     Operating Systems II
    CIT261     Multimedia and Animation
    CIT262     Desktop Publishing
    CIT263     Introduction to UNIX
    CIT264     Linux
B) Students are required to take one elective course from the Business Administration Department (from ACCT, BA, FIN, MGT, or MKT).
 
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