Program Overview

The Bachelor in Information Systems degree program is offered by the Department of Information Systems since its establishment in the year 2002-2003, 1423\1424 H, in the premises of College of Computer Science. The program is designed and formulated by understanding the priority of university mission, goals, and objectives. The program is widely-designed in the Computer Science domain and emphasizes on Information Systems' development. It covers the technological domain of business requirements; focuses the analytical needs of business in accordance to the real-time challenges. The degree program comprises of 196 credit units and follow the National Qualification Framework (NFQ) knowledge areas.
To provide high quality education and exposure to research environment with the combination of theory, practice, and real-world experience in the field of information systems, to produce graduates having professional competence and motivation to participate in community service.
In consistency with the goals of the university, college and the department, the educational objectives of the program are established with the aim of producing graduates who will be able to:
  • Advance in their careers as information systems specialist.
  • Demonstrate effective communication, interpersonal, and analytical skills to advance professional and organizational goals.
  • Continue education and research to propose innovative solutions for the betterment of society and advancement of the information systems discipline.
  • Pursue lifelong learning with the motivation to deal with contemporary social and technological issues.
Knowledge and Understanding
  •  Explain concepts, techniques, and theories related to information systems.
  •  Recognize the knowledge, skills and competencies required to progress as an information system professional.
  • Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions. 
  • Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
  • Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
  • Support the delivery, use, and management of information systems within an information systems environment.
  •  Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
  •  Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
  •  Explore recent technologies as needed, using appropriate lifelong learning strategies.
Annual Student Enrollment & Graduation Details
Academic Year Term Term Code Enrolled Students Graduated Students
Male Female Male Female
2021-2022 First 431 300 449 16 36
Second 432 335 485 21 50
Summer 433 144 222 7 5
2020-2021 First 421 262 434 11 23
Second 422 255 410 19 55
Summer 423 118 140 1 0
2019-2020 First 411 240 397 12 16
Second 412 236 394 13 25
Summer 413 150 304 0 1
2018-2019 First 391 240 369 9 10
Second 392 226 352 15 35
Summer 393 125 38 1 0
2017-2018 First 381 239 361 11 11
Second 382 228 327 14 58
Summer 383 95 45 2 0
*Enrollment figures are based on the data available at the beginning of the each term.
**Graduated students as of 19-January-2022 
 NA = Not Applicable