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Why Choose Faculty of Computer Science at NUB

NUB’s Computer Science faculty offers a one-of-a-kind learning environment designed to prepare skilled professionals in computer science, information technology, artificial intelligence, multimedia and graphics, cyber security, and medical informatics, both practically and theoretically. Our programs are in high demand in nearly every sector and area worldwide. A computer science degree will offer you the skills and knowledge you need to enter an exciting and ever-changing industry.

We are unquestionably living in the digital era, propelled by computer science. When you graduate with your NUB computer science degree, you’ll be faced with a variety of specializations and roles, such as:

  • Software developer
  • Computer systems analyst
  • IT manager
  • Computer network architect
  • Mobile application designer or developer
  • Research and development (R&D) scientist
  • Cyber security expert
  • Data science, Artificial intelligence, and machine learning programmer
  • MultiMedia and Graphic Design
  • Healthcare informatics specialist
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Why study Computer Science?

Nearly every industry and nation need computer science professionals. The opportunity for job advancement, high earning potential, and the possibility to improve the world are just a few of the many excellent reasons to study computer science in college. You will have the information and abilities needed to enter a fascinating, rapidly evolving field by pursuing a degree in computer science.

You’ll encounter many specialties and positions when you earn a degree in computer science and even while you’re still pursuing your degree. A few examples include:

  • Software developer
  • Computer systems analyst
  • Computer network architect
  • Mobile application designer or developer
  • Research and development (R&D) scientist
  • Computer scientist
  • Computer science researcher
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning engineer
  • Embedded systems designer
  • Information security specialist

The prospects that studying computer science may provide you with on a worldwide scale are one of its main advantages. Graduates in computer science are in great demand all across the world.

Additionally, many computer science positions may be performed remotely, allowing you to continue living in your chosen nation while working with colleagues and businesses worldwide.

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Why study Information Technology?

You have many job options thanks to information technology (IT). Learn how to build computer networks and programs, analyze computer systems, manage databases, analyze information security, build portals, and much more! NUB University offers you the skills you need to become an exceptional professional in Multimedia and Web Development, Information Systems Security, Network Administration and Management, and Database Development and Administration.

Almost every business needs a group of knowledgeable Information Technology specialists to keep its systems working smoothly. Nearly every industry has employment opportunities for IT professionals, including financial services, entertainment, government, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and more.

Jobs directly related to your IS degree include:

  • Data Analyst
  • Data Scientist
  • Database Administrator
  • Database Analyst
  • IT Consultant
  • Multimedia Developer
  • Network Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • Software Analyst
  • Systems Administrator
  • Web Developer
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Why study Information Systems?

Information systems are not just about computers or being proficient with well-known software programs. It concerns the most effective way for firms to use computer technology to deliver the information required to meet their objectives. Each firm has individual goals and demands, just as your needs and priorities are particular. Implementing an efficient information system necessitates a detailed grasp of the business problems and the many technologies that are accessible.

Jobs directly related to your IS degree include:

  • Application analyst
  • Cyber security analyst
  • Data analyst
  • Data scientist
  • Database administrator
  • Information systems manager
  • IT consultant
  • IT technical support officer
  • Penetration tester
  • Software engineer
  • Systems analyst
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Why study Operation Research and Decision Support?

Due to the rising requirement for business organizations to be adaptable enough to respond to market changes and refocus their business strategies quickly, Decision Support Systems has emerged as a critical component of the efficient running of any enterprise or business organization. The essential human resource tool in this scenario would be the decision support system, which would allow the company to monitor and improve the abilities of its employees, hire the best applicants, and create efficient succession and employee development plans.

The DSS major requires students to master several specializations that improve their capacity to create computer decision support systems. Topics include:

  • Information systems
  • Database management
  • Networks and telecommunications
  • Security
  • Decision support system development and implementation
  • Visual interface design
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Client/server systems
  • Internet systems development
  • Simulation as well as various mathematical modeling techniques
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Fields of work for a graduate of the Faculty of Computer Science, Al-Nahda University

  • Software engineer
  • IT Security Specialist
  • Systems Analyst
  • Computer hardware engineer
  • Game developer
  • Computer Network Engineer
  • Data Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Web developer
  • IT project Manager
  • Mobile application developer
  • Artificial Intelligence Engineer

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