معهد العبور العالى

للإدارة والحاسبات ونظم المعلومات

شعبة علوم حاسب

رسالة البرنامج

نظام القبول والدراسة

  • الثانوية العامة والأزهرية وما يعادلهما من الشهادات العربية والأجنبية
  • جميع مناهج الدراسة تدرس باللغة الإنجليزية على مدار 4 سنوات دراسية للحصول على بكالوريوس علوم الحاسب
  • المناهج مطابقة للائحة الموحدة الصادرة بالقرار الوزارى رقم 1705 لسنة 2001
  • يتم قيد خريج شعبة علوم الحاسب بنقابة العلميين

قرار المعادلة

والذى ينص بتجديد معادلة درجة البكالوريوس فى علوم الحاسب بدرجة البكالوريوس فى الحاسبات والمعلومات (علوم الحاسب) التى تمنحها الجامعات المصرية الخاضعة لقانون تنظيم الجامعات رقم 49 لسنة 1972

خطة الدراسة

الفرقة الاولى

مسلسلاسم المقررساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقاتإجمالى الساعات
1مقدمة الحاسبات وتطبيقاتها347
2تراكيب محددة325
3فيزياء347
4رياضيات (1)325
5لغة انجليزية (1)3
3

إجمالى الساعات151429
مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 البرمجة الهيكلية 3 4 7
2 حزم البرامج 2 5 7
3 الكترونيات 3 3 6
4 رياضيات (2) 3 2 5
5 لغة انجليزية (2) 3 2 5
إجمالى الساعات 14 16 30

الفرقة الثانية

مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 رياضيات (3) 3 2 5
2 هياكل البيانات 3 4 7
3 البرمجة الشيئية 3 4 7
4 تصميم منطقي 3 4 7
5 علوم انسانية (اختياري) 3 1 4
إجمالى الساعات 15 15 30
مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 تحليل النظم 3 3 6
2 تنظيم الملفات ومعالجتها 3 4 6
3 احصاء واحتمالات 3 3 6
4 تنظيم الحاسبات ولغة التجميع 3 4 7
5 علوم انسانية (اختياري) 3 1 4
إجمالى الساعات 15 15 30

الفرقة الثالثة

مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 نظم قواعد البيانات 3 3 6
2 نظم التشغيل 3 3 6
3 تصميم النظم 3 3 6
4 واجهات الحاسبات 3 3 6
5 مادة اختيارية 3 3 6
إجمالى الساعات 15 15 30
مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 شبكات الحاسبات 3 3 6
2 الرسم بالحاسب 3 3 6
3 هندسة البرمجيات (1) 3 3 6
4 البرمجة النمطية 3 3 6
5 مادة اختيارية (نظم ثواعد البيانات) 3 3 6
إجمالى الساعات 15 15 30

الفرقة الرابعة

مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 الذكاء الاصطناعى 3 3 6
2 برمجة الشبكات 3 3 6
3 هندسة البرمجيات (2) 3 3 6
4 مادة اختيارية 3 3 6
5 مشروع تخرج 1 5 6
إجمالى الساعات 13 17 30
مسلسل اسم المقرر ساعات التدريس محاضرات تطبيقات إجمالى الساعات
1 النظم الخبيرة 3 3 6
2 الوسائط المتعددة 3 3 6
3 مادة اختيارية 3 3 6
4 مادة اختيارية 3 3 6
5 مشروع تخرج 1 5 6
إجمالى الساعات 13 17 30

Program Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO’s)

Knowledge and Understanding

The Program provides opportunities for students to achieve and demonstrate the following learning:
1 Knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles, theories and practices that underpin computing as an academic discipline. This includes Understanding the essential mathematics relevant to CS (1), demonstration of basic knowledge and understanding of a core analysis and algebra, applied mathematics and statistics (3).
2 Knowledge of the tools, practices and methodologies used in the specification, design, implementation and critical evaluation of computer software systems.
3 Knowledge of the methods used in defining and assessing criteria for measuring the extent to which a computer system is appropriate for its current deployment and future evolution.
4 Knowledge and understanding of the current and underlying technologies that support computer processing and inter-computer communication.
5 Knowledge and understanding of the principals of generating tests which investigate the functionality of computer programs and computer systems and evaluating their results. This includes use of high-level languages (HLL) (2).
6 Knowledge of business and management principles relevant to computing.
7 Knowledge of the professional, legal, moral and ethical issues relevant to the computing industry.
8 Knowledge of developments in research fields across a range of knowledge areas.
9 Interpret and analyze data qualitatively/quantitatively.
10 Know and understand the principles and techniques of a number of application areas informed from the research directions of the subject, such as artificial intelligence (AI), databases and computer graphics.
11 Show a critical understanding of the principles of AI, image, and pattern recognition.
12 Understand fundamental topics in CS, including hardware and software, architectures, software engineering principles and methodologies, operating systems and software tools.
13 Select advanced topics to provide a deeper understanding of some aspects of the subject , such as hardware design, object-oriented analysis and design, and AI's
Intellectual skills

On successful completion of the program the graduate should be able to:
1 Analyze a wide range of problems and provide solutions related to the design and construction of computing systems through suitable algorithms, structures, diagrams, and other appropriate methods.
2 Apply the concepts, principles, theories and practices underpinning computing as an academic discipline.
3 Understand and analyze problems and evaluate computer software systems for their solution.
4 Define and assess criteria to measure the appropriateness of a computer system for its current deployment and future evolution, and to interpret the results thereof.
5 Analyze, propose and evaluate alternative computer systems and processes taking into account limitations, constraints, fit-for-purpose, general quality and possible trade-offs within the parameters of the problem.
6 Synthesize ideas, proposals and designs effectively using rational and reasoned argument for presentation to a range of audiences.
7 Generate and evaluate the results of tests to investigate the functionality of computer systems.
8 Reach computing judgments considering balanced costs, benefits, safety, quality, reliability, and environmental impact.
9 To be guided by the professional, legal, moral and ethical issues relevant to the computing industry.
10 Read and evaluate research papers in a range of knowledge areas
Professional / practical skills

On successful completion of the program the graduate should be able to:
1 Use appropriate programming language, web-based systems and tools, design methodologies, and database systems.
2 Communicate effectively by oral, written, and visual means.
3 Work effectively individually & as a team member.
4 Perform independent information acquisition, and management using the scientific literature and web sources.
5 Prepare and present seminars to a professional standard.
6 Prepare technical reports and dissertation to a professional standard, use its skills and display mature computer literacy.
7 Specify, design, and implement computer-based systems.
8 Evaluate systems in terms of general quality attributes and possible tradeoffs presented within the given problem.
9 Apply the principles of information management, organization, and retrieval skills to information of various kinds (text, images, sounds, and video).
10 Apply the principles of human-computer interaction to the evaluation and construction of a wide range of materials including user interfaces, web pages, and multimedia systems.
11 Identify any risks or safety aspects that may be involved in the operation of computing equipment.
12 Deploy effectively the tools used for the construction and documentation of software, with emphasis on understanding the whole process involved in using computers to solve practical problems.
13 Prepare technical reports and a dissertation to a professional standard.
Transferable skills

On successful completion of the program the graduate should be able to:
1 Demonstrate the ability to make use of a range of learning resources and to mange One's own learning.
2 Demonstrate efficient skills in team management, time management, and organizational skills.
3 Show effective information retrieval.
4 Work in stressful environment and within constraints, cope with multiple tasks.
5 Exhibit appropriate numeracy skills in understanding and presenting cases involving a quantitative dimension.
6 Exhibit communication skills, public speaking and presentation skills, and delegation, writing skills, oral delivery, and effectively using various media for a variety of audiences.
7 Display effective use of general computing facilities
8 Develop a range of fundamental research skills using online resources, technical repositories, and library based material.
9 Demonstrate appreciation of the need to continue professional development in recognition of the requirement for the lifelong learning.