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The Information Technology Department program supports the mission of Ibri College of Technology by providing preparation in information technology to enable its students to succeed in using computer technology to solve problems faced by individuals and organizations and to keep up with emerging technology and its uses.

Our IT program courses enables students to solve problems using their knowledge of computer technology along with their reasoning skills, their ability to gather information, and their ability to effectively communicate their proposed solutions with a variety of audiences.

The program enables students to appreciate the impact of their solutions and decisions and to continue their education independently. The information technology curricula are designed to be of use to students with a wide variety of interests involving computers and computing.

Courses are offered in computing fundamentals, computer programming, systems analysis, and computing applications. Our programs are designed for students who intend to enter the computing professions in jobs such as System Analysts, Programmer/Analysts, or Web Specialists, as well as for those who intend to be a Business Computing Specialists.

Goals and Objectives

  • To promote enthusiasm among students to participate in an information and scientific-based knowledge community.
  • To enable graduates to communicate clearly, concisely, and correctly in the written, spoken and visual form that fulfills the purpose and meet the needs of markets.
  • To enable the students to adapt to the professional requirements.
  • To produce graduates who are ready to take responsibility for own actions and decisions.
  • We will foster an open and fruitful relationship with public and private sector organizations and with the community at large. To enable graduates to undertake professional activities in Multimedia, Database, Software Engineering, Networking and Internet and E-Security.
  • To produce graduates who are flexible enough to work in exciting IT areas, such as programming, Internet application development, Network, Security control and graphic design.