Towards a competitive Department in the academic programs of science and information technology, scientific research, and community service.
Fulfilling the needs of the labor market of professionals and qualified technical expertise, capable of development and innovation in science and information technology programs, directing the scientific research process to serve the local and regional community, developing teaching and learning methods, focusing on the priorities of national scientific research, selecting qualified and experienced academic personnel, and implementing competitiveness and quality assurance standards.
The Department of Mathematics is significant to many disciplines at the university, especially to the fields of information technology and engineering. This is because mathematical science represents a necessary basis for understanding, programming and dealing with its various algorithms and applications. The department was established in 1993 and currently has six faculty members and 174 enrolled students. 24 classes have graduated from the department including 539 bachelor’s students. The number of research papers conducted by the faculty members of the department has reached 95 papers published in international refereed journals including one this year, and 15 papers in international, Arab, and local refereed conferences, including one this year. The graduates of the department have a prominent position in the labor market locally and regionally and their employment rate is high. The department ensures maintaining continuous communication with its students through the advisement programs implemented each semester and by activating the office hours of each faculty member.