Computer Science Department


About

The Department of Computer Science aspires to provide an academic program that meets global standards in the field of computer science, which helps to prepare qualified and trained national personnel.

Mission

The department works on preparing qualified, efficient, and experienced national generation to meet the needs and requirements of the labor market in the field of computer science. This outcome is achieved by providing modern knowledge, advanced skills, positive values and attitudes towards work. The department also aims to develop, educate, and serve individuals as well as private and public entities in all scientific, social, and economic fields.

Goals

- Preparing and qualifying specialists to meet the requirements of the labor market in both public and private sectors in computer science by offering a diversity of teaching and learning methods in addition to training students to apply the knowledge and skills they acquire to solve real-life problems.
- Offering excellent academic programs in the field of computer science, both theoretical and practical, that conform to academic quality standards and meet the needs of the labor market.
- Encouraging and promoting research in the field of computer science in general.
- Establishing a stimulating work environment for faculty members to develop their knowledge as well as their academic and research skills.
- Building and promoting partnership with government and private sectors and all the institutions of the community.

principles

The Department of Computer Science aspires to provide an academic program that meets global standards in the field of computer science, which helps to prepare qualified and trained national personnel.

Vision

The Department of Computer Science aspires to provide an academic program that meets global standards in the field of computer science, which helps to prepare qualified and trained national personnel.

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Contact us :

Email : cs@it.misuratau.edu.ly
Phone : 0512655024
Director: ِAbdAlwahed Alasifar

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 138 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 GI132 Programming II 3 programming 1
2 IN215 Introduction to Internet Programming 3
3 IS212 Introduction to Information Systems 3
4 SE210 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 Programming II
5 SE322 Human Computer Interaction 3 Software Requirements and Specifications
6 SE424 Cloud Computing 3 Operating Systems
7 MM216 Multimedia I 3
8 CN214 Introduction to computer networks 3 Fundamentals of Information Technology
9 CS226 VB.NET 3 Object Oriented Programming
10 CS311 Programming Languages 3
11 CS312 Data Structures and Algorithms 4 Object Oriented Programming
12 CS314 Advanced Databases 3 Databases
13 CS316 Computer Organization and Assembly Language 3 Computer Architecture
14 CS322 Computer Graphics 3 Multimedia I, Object Oriented Programming
15 CS323 Information Systems Analysis and Design 3 Introduction to Information Systems
16 CS324 Data Security and Cryptography 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
17 CS326 Operations Research 3 Introduction to Statistics &Probability
18 CS411 Artificial Intelligence 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
19 CS413 Data Mining 3 Advanced Databases
20 CS414 Simulation and Modeling 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
21 CS415 Formal Languages and Automata 3 Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics
22 CS421 Compiler’s Techniques 3 Formal Languages and Automata
23 CS422 Image Processing 3 Computer Graphics
ِAbdAlwahed Alasifar

ِAbdAlwahed Alasifar

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Software Engineering Department


About

The Department of Software Engineering is one of the important and complementary departments in the Faculty of Information Technology. It was established to achieve the educational and professional policies of the Faculty. The department seeks to develop high-quality software solutions in various information fields.
In this department, students learn about several information fields and learn to apply these skills, techniques, and modern software engineering tools until they are able to make decisions in various projects.

Mission

The Department of Software Engineering is committed to graduating highly qualified students in order to serve the needs of the labor market and contribute to the transition of society into an intellectual community.

Goals

- Promoting the possession of professional skills in software engineering that make students confident in developing high-quality software solutions in various fields of practice in light of several realistic limitations.
- Participation and success in professional life through teamwork and effective communication.
- Gradually occupying influential jobs and roles in organizations and local communities.
- Continuing graduate studies and success in the academic and research career.

principles

The Department of Software Engineering is looking for leadership and becoming one of the best programs in software engineering locally and internationally.

Vision

The Department of Software Engineering is looking for leadership and becoming one of the best programs in software engineering locally and internationally.

Contact us :

Email : se@it.misuratau.edu.ly
Phone : 0512655024
Director: Ali

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 134 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 GI131 programming 1 3
2 IN215 Introduction to Internet Programming 3
3 IN325 Advanced Programming 3 Object Oriented Programming
4 IS212 Introduction to Information Systems 3
5 IS411 Information System Security 3 Design and Implementation of Information Systems
6 SE210 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 Programming II
7 SE221 Software Requirements and Specifications 3 Introduction to Software Engineering
8 SE310 Software Development Process 3 Introduction to Software Engineering
9 SE322 Human Computer Interaction 3 Software Requirements and Specifications
10 SE321 Software Design and Architecture 3 Software Requirements and Specifications
11 SE413 Selected Topics in software engineering 3
12 SE420 Software Maintenance and evaluation 3
13 SE422 Software Project Management 3
14 SE424 Cloud Computing 3 Operating Systems
15 SE425 Software testing and quality assurance 3 Software Design and Architecture
16 SE412 Distributed Systems 3
17 SE323 Re-use and Component Based Development 3 Software Development Process
18 SE411 Formal specifications & Design Methods 3 Software Development Process
19 SE414 Design Pattern 3
20 SE423 Agents 3 Software Design and Architecture
21 MM216 Multimedia I 3
22 CN214 Introduction to computer networks 3 Fundamentals of Information Technology
23 CS311 Programming Languages 3
24 CS314 Advanced Databases 3 Databases
25 CS411 Artificial Intelligence 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
26 CS413 Data Mining 3 Advanced Databases
27 CS422 Image Processing 3 Computer Graphics
Osama Abufanas

Osama Abufanas

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Information Systems Department


About

The department seeks to be one of the leading and pioneering departments in information systems nationally and globally, and to attract prominent lecturers and to graduate eminent students to keep pace with specialized modern knowledge in information technology.

Mission

- Commitment to global standards and levels in computer information systems.
- Providing solid knowledge in the field of information systems.
- Affording modern educational services that would enable the graduation of prominent students in the field of information systems.
- Keeping pace with progress and development in information systems and focusing on the requirements of the electronic market.
- Introducing graduates capable of competing locally and internationally in the field of e-commerce and e-business.

Goals

- Providing a learning environment for information technology that enables students to learn and interact.
- Providing an educational system that helps students to construct knowledge and skills.
- Ensuring that curricula are constantly updated.
- Emphasizing the importance of examining, monitoring, and evaluating the materials that are taught and paying attention to feedback on this process.
- Integrating theoretical and practical features of program development to meet the needs of the labor market.
- Paying attention to the quality of graduates and their ability to learn autonomously and electronically.
- Presenting comprehensive solutions related to the problems of the local community, especially through small course projects and graduation projects.

Vision

It seeks to be one of the prominent departments of information systems.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 134 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 GI131 programming 1 3
2 IN215 Introduction to Internet Programming 3
3 IN323 Network Systems administration 3 Introduction to computer networks
4 IS212 Introduction to Information Systems 3
5 IS324 Knowledge Management 3 Introduction to Information Systems
6 IS325 Information Retrieval 3 Object Oriented Programming, Introduction to Statistics &Probability, Databases
7 IS424 Health Informatics 3 Knowledge Management, Project Management
8 IS411 Information System Security 3 Design and Implementation of Information Systems
9 IS312 Design and Implementation of Information Systems 3 Introduction to Information Systems, Introduction to computer networks, Databases
10 IS329 Information Theory 3 Introduction to Information Systems
11 IS320 Algorithm Analysis 3
12 IS410 Information Visualization 3 Data Structures and Algorithms, Information Theory, Algorithm Analysis
13 IS421 Resource Management 3
14 IS323 Social and Ethical Internet Concepts 3 Introduction to Internet Programming
15 IS425 Advanced H-CI 3 Human Computer Interaction
16 IS427 Advanced DM 3
17 IS426 Business Data Communications 3 Knowledge Management, Information Theory, Project Management
18 IS310 Operation Management Basics 3
19 IS420 Library Science 3 Information Retrieval
20 SE210 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 Programming II
21 SE322 Human Computer Interaction 3 Software Requirements and Specifications
22 MM216 Multimedia I 3
23 CN214 Introduction to computer networks 3 Fundamentals of Information Technology
24 CS312 Data Structures and Algorithms 4 Object Oriented Programming
25 CS413 Data Mining 3 Advanced Databases
Anwar Ahmed Alhenshiri

Anwar Ahmed Alhenshiri

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Telecommunications and Networking Department


Mission

Providing an excellent technical education in accordance with comprehensive quality standards in an educational environment characterized by humanity and creativity.

Goals

1. Working on the enhancement of quality standards to match international standards in the field of technical education.
2. Keeping up with curriculum development.
3. Arranging and implementing educational and training programs according to the needs of the labor market.
4. Meeting development needs by supplying the labor market with qualified and trained national cadres.
5. Building strong relationships with government and private sectors to implement cooperative training programs, job coordination, and exchange of expertise.
6. Openness and communication with corresponding scientific institutions inside and outside country borders.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 137 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 GS204 Discrete Mathematics 3 Linear Algebra
2 IS212 Introduction to Information Systems 3
3 MM216 Multimedia I 3
4 CN214 Introduction to computer networks 3 Fundamentals of Information Technology
5 CN224 Advanced topics in Computer Networks 3 Introduction to computer networks
6 CN311 Communication Theory 3 Artificial Intelligence, Physics
7 CN314 Computer Networks Lab 3 Advanced topics in Computer Networks
8 CN316 Network Security 3 Advanced topics in Computer Networks
9 CN322 Broadband Communication Networks 3 Introduction to computer networks, Communication Theory
10 CN411 Wireless Networks 3 Introduction to computer networks, Communication Theory
11 CN421 Network Planning & Deployment 3 Wireless Networks
12 CN422 Network Performance Analysis and Evaluation 3 Wireless Networks
13 CN226 Electric and Electronic Circuits 3 Artificial Intelligence, Physics
14 CN317 Random Variables & Stochastic Process 3 Physics, Introduction to Statistics &Probability
15 CN323 Network Administration 3 Advanced topics in Computer Networks
16 CN326 Optical Communication Networks 3
17 CN327 Multimedia Communication Networks 3 Advanced topics in Computer Networks, Multimedia I
18 CN413 VOIP Networks 3 Advanced topics in Computer Networks, Communication Theory
19 CN414 Network Application Programming 3 Computer Networks Lab
20 CN415 Seminar in Communications and Networks 3
21 CN416 Distributed Systems 3
22 CS312 Data Structures and Algorithms 4 Object Oriented Programming
23 CS324 Data Security and Cryptography 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
Ali Mustafa

Ali Mustafa

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Internet Systems Department


Mission

The Department of Internet Systems aspires to instill the following skills in all graduates:
- Good knowledge of programming languages and algorithms in general and specifically those that support the design and development of web pages.
- The ability to analyze and design web applications, distributed systems, and smartphone programs.
- The ability to design, create, and use databases in web applications.
- The ability to employ multimedia techniques in creating applications.

Goals

- Preparing and qualifying specialists in internet systems to meet the requirements of the local market.
- Training students on creativity, teamwork, and promoting constructive competition.
- Encouraging faculty members to conduct research, especially in those areas related to local problems and community development.

Vision

The department aims to be a local and regional reference in localizing and developing internet technologies, distributed systems, and smartphone programs. It also aims to prepare cadres capable of keeping pace with the rapid changes in the field of internet and smartphone programming. The department additionally contributes to the creation of a knowledgeable community and aims to meet the needs of the local market in the field of internet systems.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 134 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 IN215 Introduction to Internet Programming 3
2 IN227 Web Programming 1 3
3 IN323 Network Systems administration 3 Introduction to computer networks
4 IN324 Web Page Design and development 3 Introduction to Information Systems, Introduction to Internet Programming
5 IN325 Advanced Programming 3 Object Oriented Programming
6 IN412 Web Programming 2 3 Web Programming 1
7 IN414 E-Services 3 Web Page Design and development
8 IN421 Website Management 3 Web Programming 1, Web Page Design and development
9 IN423 Rich Internet Applications 3
10 IS212 Introduction to Information Systems 3
11 SE210 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 Programming II
12 SE424 Cloud Computing 3 Operating Systems
13 MM216 Multimedia I 3
14 MM416 Mobile Application Development 3
15 CN214 Introduction to computer networks 3 Fundamentals of Information Technology
16 CN224 Advanced topics in Computer Networks 3 Introduction to computer networks
17 CN311 Communication Theory 3 Artificial Intelligence, Physics
18 CN316 Network Security 3 Advanced topics in Computer Networks
19 CS312 Data Structures and Algorithms 4 Object Oriented Programming
20 CS314 Advanced Databases 3 Databases
21 CS324 Data Security and Cryptography 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
22 CS411 Artificial Intelligence 3 Data Structures and Algorithms
23 CS413 Data Mining 3 Advanced Databases

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Multimedia Deprtment


About

The department is specialized in multimedia systems.

Mission

Preparing productive and creative cadres and professionals in the field of multimedia systems who are capable of interacting and collaborating with other scientific fields.

Goals

- Creating two-dimensional animated films.
- Creating 3D animated movies that simulate reality in accuracy and detail.
- Designing and programming computer games and characters by creating a 3D virtual environment.
- Digital processing of images and editing audio and video.
- Training students to use photo and television camera.
- Training students on TV montage and professionally combining digital scenes with real ones.
- Developing interactive websites supported by multimedia.
- Using animation creation programs skillfully.

Vision

To be a leading source in the field of multimedia systems and to be followed as a model at the local and regional level as well as graduating distinguished cadres to meet the requirements of the labor market.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 134 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 IN215 Introduction to Internet Programming 3
2 IN227 Web Programming 1 3
3 IN324 Web Page Design and development 3 Introduction to Information Systems, Introduction to Internet Programming
4 IN412 Web Programming 2 3 Web Programming 1
5 IN414 E-Services 3 Web Page Design and development
6 IS212 Introduction to Information Systems 3
7 SE210 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 Programming II
8 SE322 Human Computer Interaction 3 Software Requirements and Specifications
9 MM216 Multimedia I 3
10 MM224 Computer Graphics 3
11 MM311 Multimedia Production 3 Computer Graphics
12 MM316 Multimedia II 3 Computer Graphics
13 MM 326 Multimedia Authoring and Design 3 Multimedia II
14 MM323 Foundations of Game Production 3 Multimedia II
15 MM422 Video Processing Techniques 3
16 MM313 Multimedia Database 3
17 MM415 Speech and Audio Processing and Recognition 3 Multimedia Authoring and Design
18 MM416 Mobile Application Development 3
19 MM421 Advanced Multimedia Technology 3 Multimedia II
20 MM423 3D design 3
21 MM422 Practicum 3
22 CN214 Introduction to computer networks 3 Fundamentals of Information Technology
23 CS312 Data Structures and Algorithms 4 Object Oriented Programming
24 CS314 Advanced Databases 3 Databases
25 CS422 Image Processing 3 Computer Graphics
Salem budabbus

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General Department


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 134 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 GI132 Programming II 3 programming 1
2 GI233 Object Oriented Programming 3 Programming II
3 GI131 programming 1 3
4 GH121 English I 3
5 GH122 English II 3 English I
6 GH223 English III 3 English II
7 GH151 Arabic Language 3
8 GH425 Research Methods 2
9 GS101 Mathematics I 3
10 GS102 Mathematics II 3 Mathematics I
11 GS203 Linear Algebra 3 Mathematics II
12 GS204 Discrete Mathematics 3 Linear Algebra
13 GS111 Physics 3
14 GS271 Introduction to Statistics &Probability 3 Mathematics I
15 GS381 Numerical Analysis 3 Linear Algebra
16 GI162 Fundamentals of Information Technology 3
17 GI222 Databases 3 Programming II
18 GI242 Logic Design 3
19 GI343 Computer Architecture 3 Logic Design
20 GI321 Operating Systems 3 Computer Architecture
21 GI391 Project Management 3 Introduction to Information Systems
Abdulmajeed Afat

Abdulmajeed Afat

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