The vision of the Computer Engineering department is to produce high-quality graduates who possess solid theoretical and practical foundation, through emphasizing scholastic excellence, practical skills, and professional competency to produce the leaders in the computing field. We strive to achieve our vision while expanding the scientific knowledge through research and contributing positively to the community.
The mission of the Computer Engineering Program is to:
• Equip its graduates with the theoretical and practical skills needed to assume leadership positions in industry, government, and academia.
• Promoting active learning, critical thinking, and engineering judgment, coupled with the ability to apply knowledge for solving engineering problems in the global, economic, societal, and environmental contexts.
• Enhance the scientific, mathematical, and technical knowledge of the graduates and train them to acquire the ability to analyze, synthesize, and design core parts of modern computing systems.
• Expand the knowledge in computer engineering through research in many fields to advance the state of the art and perform community services.
Assure quality and foster systematic pursuit of improvement in education, while considering social, political, ethical, health, safety, and sustainability aspects, within a life-long learning framework.
The objectives of the program:
Graduates of the Computer Engineering Program are expected to:
1. Demonstrate competency in the design, analysis, implementation and optimization of modern Computer Engineering systems.
2. Assume successful careers and leadership roles in the Computer Engineering field both in the software and hardware disciplines or any other related areas, whether in an entrepreneurial, managerial, professional or academic settings.
3. Compete effectively on the global level and demonstrate professional attitude, respect for diversity, effective communication & team-working skills in addition to strong sense of ethical and social responsibility on the global and local scales.
4. Demonstrate an appreciation of life-long learning and continual self-development through successfully pursuing graduate studies or professional training.