The college was established in 2011 AD / 1431 AH, and studies began in the academic year 2013-2014 AD / 1434-1435 AH. In line with the mission of the university, the college and its departments aim to graduate distinguished individuals to the labor market, whose competencies contribute to the rapid development in the field of technology and informatics.
The College was established in 1431A.H. and began its journey in 1434/1435 AH. It seeks through its four departments (computer engineering, computer science, information technology, and information systems) to graduate competitive individuals with competencies keeping pace with the rapid development in the fields of technology and informatics, which contributes to the university’s mission.
Vision, Mission and Objectives
Prepare Saudi and international students with high-quality education by providing them with the latest computer knowledge and skills preparing them for the labor market and graduate studies.
Deliver world-class computer knowledge and provide communities with technical and professional strengths operating at the highest level of academic excellence.
Provide optimal learning outcomes throughout the college’s programs and departments through the application of quality and accreditation standards, in support of the university.
In order to achieve its strategic plans and reach international research standards the Quality and Academic Accreditation Unit works on the following aspects:
1. Continuous development and improvement of applying quality policies in the various departments and programs of the college.
2. Establish a culture of quality and strategic planning.
3. Appling academic accreditation standards.4. Adopt and implement a system of quality assurance in the university.
5. Connect the university with the local and international community and ensuring the development of programs are in harmony with the labor market.
6. Consolidate the knowledge, skills and behavior of the college's employees and provide them with the necessary training and development at all levels.
1. Adopt the development plans of the state by preparing specialists to who meet the needs of the community in terms of computer sciences and information systems.
2. Contribute to the development of computing by encouraging and adopting advanced research programs.
3. Develop studentss practical, cognitive and leadership skills.
4. Contribute effectively to community service by providing consultations to solve technical problems locally.
5. Continuous update of the content of the study and research programs to keep pace with new knowledge and community needs.