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Mediterranean International University

Faculty of Computer Sciences & Information Technology (CSIT)

The Faculty of Computer Sciences and Information Technology (CSIT) is a rapidly growing faculty at The Mediterranean International University. CSIT was established in 2014 with two departments that award BSc. degree in two disciplines, these are 

  • Computer Networks
  • Software Engineering.  

IEEE Computer Society and Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) guidelines are considered in the curricula of the undergraduate degree programs. With these education programs, the MIU is seeking to follow up the most recent development in the disciplines of computer science and information technology; and ultimately, the University aims to achieve the course designated targets which will lead to career satisfaction and high valued work.

The Faculty has enthusiastic plans to become a role model in Libya. The administration and the faculty members are highly qualified professionals who have broad experience in both teaching and research. The faculty of CSIT is devoted to continuing the outstanding quality of its academic programs, research, faculty and graduates.

The CSIT aims to be recognized as a national and international faculty of high quality teaching and research in the Computer Sciences and Information Technology field. The CSIT focuses on continuous development and commitment to integrate knowledge with practical solutions to address the complicated issues facing today’s society.

The CSIT’s mission is to:

  • Prepare students in order to have the necessary technical breadth and communication skills to solve significant problems in industry and society.
  • Provide services to the profession, the university, the community, and society.
  • Expand the number and quality of mutually-beneficial partnerships.
  • Have the human, financial and infrastructure resources needed to achieve our scholarly objectives.
  • Embrace a spirited, collegial and inclusive environment attracting superior students, faculty and staff.

The objectives of our undergraduate programs are to

  • teach students how to use computers efficiently, creatively, and smartly;
  • provide students with up-to-date curricula and the technical and scientific knowledge needed for the professional and academic competence;
  • teach students how to gain new knowledge, independently in different concepts of computer science, software engineering, Networking and information systems;
  • prepare students for professional and academic careers to meet the growing demands of the regional and national economy;
  • develop students’ critical thinking skills to help them handle work conditions and the most up-to-date innovations in computer technology;
  • establish and maintain an environment that encourages inspiration, creativity and self-development;
  • prepare students to work in teams and to respect diversity;
  • ensure that we have sufficient office, lab, and meeting spaces and necessary infrastructure, including hardware and software, to support all activities necessary in the faculty; and
  • launch strong and positive visibility for our educational and research activities both locally and internationally , and  establish partnerships with local businesses and industry.