Bachelor in Computer Engineering

 
The Current Study plan has 165 credits which fulfils the international and national requirements for engineering programs. The plan takes into account the university, college, basic sciences, and specialization requirements. The plan Contains two elective at the college level to allow students to have wide-spread knowledge in computing fields from other programs. The plan comprises three elective courses which will help students to mould their interests towards embedded systems, hardware security, or computer networks which are active areas for Vision 2030 and NEOM project. The plan fulfils the requirements of both Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (EAC of ABET), and (SAQF) Saudi Arabian qualification framework. The program has been accredited by both the International Accreditation Board (ABET) and the National Accreditation Board (NCAAA).
 
 
 
To impart high quality education and scientific research in computer engineering through the employment of knowledge techniques that prepares competent graduates for employment and serving their community.
 
 
 
 
  • Pursue successful career as computer engineer, consultant, or entrepreneur.
  • Provide appropriate solutions to challenging problems in their profession, develop skills, and innovate through research and professional activities.
  • Successfully contribute to multidisciplinary teamwork, practice ethics, communicate effectively and lead for a holistic development.
  • Engage in life-long learning for professional development to serve the society.
 
 
 
  • Define and explain the fundamentals of mathematics and science in the Scope of computer engineering
  • Report contemporary and modern engineering techniques in the field of computer engineering.
  • Identify, formulate, and develop solutions for computer engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
  • Apply engineering design to produce a computer system, component, or process to meet specified needs within realistic constraints.
  • Develop and conduct experiments using appropriate tools, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering principles to draw conclusions.
  • Demonstrate effective communication with a range of audiences.
  • Make judgments considering the impact of computer engineering solutions in a global, economic, and societal context.
  • Recognize professional and ethical responsibility in the field of Computer engineering.
  • Work independently and within a team to establish goals, plan tasks and meet objectives.
  • Explore recent technology as needed, using appropriate lifelong learning strategies.
 
Annual Student Enrollment & Graduation Details
The annual Student enrollment and graduation data of the Computer Engineering Program are as follows:
Program:
Computer Engineering
Annual (Undergraduate) Student Enrollment and Graduation Data
Current + Last Four Years
No.
Academic Year
Term
Term Code
Enrolled Students*
Graduated Students**
Current
2021-2022
First
431
428
7
Second
432
460
14
Summer
433
NA
NA
1.
2020-2021
First
421
341
9
Second
422
370
14
Summer
423
195
2
2.
2019-2020
First
411
285
11
Second
412
309
16
Summer
413
217
3
3.
2018-2019
First
391
243
11
Second
392
260
14
Summer
393
128
3
4.
2017-2018
First
381
207
12
Second
382
217
10
Summer
383
95
2
*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