Our Mission is to offer a leading business scholastic experience that qualifies educated, articulate, and skilled accountable and innovative computer scientists and software engineers for leadership and professional vocations also for advanced study. To contribute also to society by evolving the fields of computer science and software engineering and by constantly adding to the body of knowledge. Our differentiation perspective stems from the global perspective and the 21st-century skills in education to enrich the local cultures; Strategic build up and innovation, calculated and Conversant Risk management, Research and Creativity, Learner centrism, and Diversity Management.
AUE’s School of Information and Computer Science offers Bachelor and Master programs in an array of emphases and certificates. The school’s programs are designed in a career-oriented way. All of the programs are defined in their respective section (Programs of Study). Bachelor’s degree emphases cover the following areas: Computer science, Gaming, and Cybersecurity. The flexibility of each program permits learners to emphasize areas of their special interests. Minors are available in various activities respectively.
AUE’s School of Information and Computer Science Programs are accredited by various national and international governmental and non-governmental bodies.
The School's main advising Committee is drawn from the Board of Trustees itself, enriched by leading business executives, famous scholars, and government officials. The board along with the president, and faculty, are always there to provide counsel on the School’s programs. The strive is always to boost the School’s quality and excellence in educating and crafting future business leaders. The Business Learner Advisory Council provides an excellent means of communication between learners and faculty. Members of this committee include learners from all programs and class years within the school and representatives from various business and Information and Computer Science learner organizations.
Each academic department has a set of advisors who coordinates the procedures of their respective departments, represent their department on the various needed committees, namely the one concerned with learner petitions. Divisional advisors advise all undergraduate Computer science learners and are also available to help those learners with their special problems.
Admission to AUE’s School of Information and Computer Science is regular, the criteria for admission are subject to change as enrollment demands vary.
Startup admission to the School of Information and Computer Science generally takes place upon entry as a first-year learner. The academic credentials required will vary during each admission cycle and are determined by the Office of Admission. The process is straightforward and comprehensive and considers many variables to establish the context of a learner’s achievements and demonstrated potential to be successful in the rigorous curriculum.
Learners who may be transferring from other institutions may pursue admission through a non-competitive process. Learners must meet the following admission requirements:
Current AUE learners: To be admitted into the School of Information and Computer Science from another AUE school or program, a learner must have at least 30 graded credit hours.
Transfer learners from another college or university: To be admitted into the School of Information and Computer Science from another educational institution, a learner must have earned at least 30 graded credit hours, have an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher. Transferred courses will be limited only to those with grades of 70 and above. Maximum transferred credits will be restricted to 50 % of the overall program requirements. Transfers will require the approval of the academic council of the university.
Accelerations of Studies
Learners may accelerate their programs by registering for more loads than the average 15 hours per semester needed to complete the program in eight semesters (6 regular+2 summer modules). Registrations of up to 19 credits hours are permitted in a regular semester or eight hours in a five- or six-week summer term. Course loads exceeding these limitations require permission from the Students’ Affairs and the Registrar. Requests are normally considered only if the learner earned more than a 3.00-grade point average or is a senior who is graduating...
Programs of Study
The School of Information and Computer Science offers the following Degree levels:
* Continuous Learning Programs
The School of Information and Computer Science offers Bachelor Degrees in the following programs and concentrations: Bachelor's Degrees of Computer Science with one of the following emphases: Computer science, Gaming, and Cybersecurity. Learners must successfully complete a 99 Credit hours ( 3 – 5 years ) program – Typically designed for an optimum time of 3 years.
The concentrations are also offered for the Degrees of Masters (MA) in the same emphases. Learners must successfully complete 39 credits hours (2- 4 years) program- Typically designed for an optimum time of 2 years.
The School of Information and Computer Science offers also Minors to its Learners and other AUE schools. The learners must complete successfully all the minors requirements before graduating from their majors. Other Non- Information and Computer Science programs learners can follow a computer science minor provided that the courses Prerequisites and Corequisites criteria are met, with the recommendations of their advisors.
In the Bachelor of Information and Computer Science programs, learners must successfully complete a minimum of 99 credit hours, as indicated below:
1. 27 credit hours of General University Required courses with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
2. 48 credit hours of Core Foundation with a minimum GPA of 2.0
3. 15 credit hours of Major and Emphasis with a minimum of 2.00 in both the Major GPA and the Cumulative GPA.
4. 9 credit hours of Major electives chosen from a predesigned program emphasis elective list.
In the Master's Degree of Computer Science programs, learners holding a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science-related majors with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and above are accepted. Non- Computer Science learners with a Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher can sign for an MBA – after a positive opinion from the Academic Committee and might be required to pass remedial courses with a minimum GPA of 2.5. An MA learner must successfully complete 39 credit hours as indicated below:
1. 21 credit hours of Core Required courses
2. 12 credit hours of Emphasis Required courses
3. 6 credit hours of Major Elective courses
Curriculum Requirements Facts
As precised by the School of Information and Computer Science Study Plan requirements, all programs are constituted from courses as follows:
University General Requirement Courses: All University Programs must fulfill those courses requirements offered externally to the school of Information and computer science. They are designed to constitute an integrative aspect to the university so that a learner signs for the University and not only to an individual Program in a segregated perspective. Those courses are at the core of the liberal education perspective and are designed to equip the student with a 360 ̊ of perspective and competencies needed to breed a multi-intelligence posture.
Computer Capstone Experience: In addition to completing the program's foundation courses and theoretical criteria, all Computer Science learners must complete a Capstone Experience. You should complete the foundation and core first. The Capstones are senior-level experiences that are writing and speaking intensive, provide for multiple skill development, and integrate the coursework you have already completed.
Business Diversity Requirement: You must complete at least one course that provides an understanding of business diversity and general diversity perspectives.
Communication Requirement: All Information and Computer Science programs require at least one Communication art course requirement. Also, each major and emphasis incorporates communication across the curriculum so that writing and speaking skills are important characteristics of each and every program.
Theoretical Courses: Most of the Computer Courses carry a theoretical perspective. This theory usually is validated by following primary references from leading acclaimed edition houses.
Practical Courses: All programs require at least two practical courses requirements. Also, each major and emphasis incorporates practicums across the curriculum so that practical skills are important characteristics of each and every course throughout the program.
Grade Point Average: A minimum 2.00 cumulative grade point average in the courses is required for graduation.
Mathematics Requirement: All learners must complete one basic Math course or equivalent-such as applied statistics.
Residency Requirements: AUE programs are essentially full resident-based. All Computer majors must complete at least 50 percent of the Information and Computer Science courses required for their Information and Computer Science degree at one of AUE’s campuses. Transfers are calculated based on these criteria.
Any degree in computer science studies and all the school’s programs and emphases aims to equip the students for the dynamics of today’s global business world with more than necessary skills, ensuring their full congruence with the University and school’s Mission and the United Nation’s SDGs. Our commitment goes beyond sustainability to development. Upon graduation the graduate will:
Generally and broadly:
Have essential knowledge of various disciplines in computer science.
Possess problem-solving capabilities.
Have an awareness of social and ethical issues.
Be committed to civic engagement.
Use written and oral communication effectively.
Demonstrate essential knowledge acquired in the following disciplines: accounting, economics, finance, management, Human capital management, and marketing…
Propose a solution to a business and Information and Computer Science problem using quantitative and/or qualitative reasoning.
Examine the social and ethical issues involved in a Computer domain case.
Demonstrate the process and benefits of being engaged in civic service.
Deliver an effective oral presentation.
Demonstrate effective written communication.
Job demand for Information and Computer Science graduates is always expanding and dominant. Majoring in our programs and emphases equip the learner with enough flexibility of attitude to change as the business environment dictate, and Business and Information and Computer Science skills set enough to make him tall wherever she/he stands. That gives the graduates a wider scope of fields and ensures their easy marketability. The career areas related to Information and Computer Science are voluminous, some of which are:
• General Management
• Market Research
• IT and Info Systems Management
• Software designers and specialists
• Systems analysts
• Server and network administrators…