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A Message From The Dean

The Faculty of Computing and ICT expresses in its motto that we are "The electronic hub for Peace and Developement". Since its inception in September 2009 where we had 35 pioneer students registered to undertake a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology, the faculty has grown and developed tremendously. We have graduated several cohorts of students, the last having graduated in August 2016. In addition, we have graduated students from departments of Business Information Technology and Diploma in Information Technology which were both established in 2012.

 Office of The Dean faculty of Computing and ICT, Main Campus, May 2015

As of November 2016, the number of departments has increased to three, namely, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology(BSCIT), Bachelor of Business Information Technology(BBIT) and Diploma in Information Technology(DIT). These departments have registered a total of 202 students with 119 students, 64 students and 19 students from each of the aforementioned departments respectively. In addition, we have three well equiped computer laboratories in main campus, and one in town campus. There is free wireless internet access provided by a local ISP(Internet Service Provider) available on campus for all students with wi-fi enabled devices.

The faculty currently has a staff population of 37 lecturers. Our students are well trained, mentored by these faculty members towards having self-discipline, hardwork and  entreprenuership as their core values. The students from all departments in the faculty are as a matter of curriculum requirement and obligation sent for internship to a busy commercial, educational or entrepereural enviroment for preparation for the future work experience. Such places where our students have got internship opportunities have included Non Governmental Organizations, technology companies, banking institutions, state corporations and parastatals and  government ministries among various other institutions or organizations.

A section of Senior Students Bachelor of Business Information Technology Class of 2015, at the IT Open Day on June 14th, 2015, Main Campus, AU

Our alumni have excelled, upon graduation, with many of them getting booked by internship supervisors-turned-employers even before  their actual graduation dates, for job opportunities after impressive performances at the internship places. Some such institutions where our students have been employed are local airports, in schools, in government ministries and in other universities in the region. The feedback is very positive about the performance of the graduates from this faculty. Whereas some of our graduates seek jobs immediately after graduation, some others have gone ahead to enroll for Masters Degrees abroad, predorminantly in traditional "Information Technology power house" countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia and India where they have established themselves as performers way above their peers in excellence due to the solid foundation laid at Amoud University.

The faculty staff and students have also joined hands to automate most operations in the university, developing the necessary software locally, implementing and further providing user support. For example we have recently  implemented the online examination results display for students from varied faculties which can be accessed from a link here on the official website http://www.amouduniversity.org/results/.

Our next line of focus for the foreseeable near future which is line with the vision and mission of the university is to enhance our impact to the nation through Research and Postgraduate studies in Computing areas.

Okech Edwin

Dean, Faculty of Computing and ICT

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Click here to download free brochure for BSC IT and BBIT programmes

Click Here to Dowload -> Faculty of Computing and ICT Catalogue

A Message From The Dean

The Faculty of Computing and ICT expresses in its motto that we are "The electronic hub for Peace and Developement". Since its inception in September 2009 where we had 35 pioneer students registered to undertake a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology, the faculty has grown and developed tremendously. We have graduated several cohorts of students, the last having graduated in August 2016. In addition, we have graduated students from departments of Business Information Technology and Diploma in Information Technology which were both established in 2012.

 Office of The Dean faculty of Computing and ICT, Main Campus, May 2015

As of November 2016, the number of departments has increased to three, namely, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology(BSCIT), Bachelor of Business Information Technology(BBIT) and Diploma in Information Technology(DIT). These departments have registered a total of 202 students with 119 students, 64 students and 19 students from each of the aforementioned departments respectively. In addition, we have three well equiped computer laboratories in main campus, and one in town campus. There is free wireless internet access provided by a local ISP(Internet Service Provider) available on campus for all students with wi-fi enabled devices.

The faculty currently has a staff population of 37 lecturers. Our students are well trained, mentored by these faculty members towards having self-discipline, hardwork and  entreprenuership as their core values. The students from all departments in the faculty are as a matter of curriculum requirement and obligation sent for internship to a busy commercial, educational or entrepereural enviroment for preparation for the future work experience. Such places where our students have got internship opportunities have included Non Governmental Organizations, technology companies, banking institutions, state corporations and parastatals and  government ministries among various other institutions or organizations.

A section of Senior Students Bachelor of Business Information Technology Class of 2015, at the IT Open Day on June 14th, 2015, Main Campus, AU

Our alumni have excelled, upon graduation, with many of them getting booked by internship supervisors-turned-employers even before  their actual graduation dates, for job opportunities after impressive performances at the internship places. Some such institutions where our students have been employed are local airports, in schools, in government ministries and in other universities in the region. The feedback is very positive about the performance of the graduates from this faculty. Whereas some of our graduates seek jobs immediately after graduation, some others have gone ahead to enroll for Masters Degrees abroad, predorminantly in traditional "Information Technology power house" countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia and India where they have established themselves as performers way above their peers in excellence due to the solid foundation laid at Amoud University.

The faculty staff and students have also joined hands to automate most operations in the university, developing the necessary software locally, implementing and further providing user support. For example we have recently  implemented the online examination results display for students from varied faculties which can be accessed from a link here on the official website http://www.amouduniversity.org/results/.

Our next line of focus for the foreseeable near future which is line with the vision and mission of the university is to enhance our impact to the nation through Research and Postgraduate studies in Computing areas.

Okech Edwin

Dean, Faculty of Computing and ICT

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Vision, Mission and Objectives of The Faculty

Vision of the Faculty

To become a leading institution of higher learning of good international repute providing home-grown, real-time and research-based solutions to the myriad problems encountered in Computing and Information & Communication Technology areas as well as act as a regional electronic hub for fostering peace and development.

Mission of The Faculty

To respond positively to socio-economic needs by designing and implementing a universal education system guided by the principles and values of peace for all humanity and development in all spheres of human kind in addition to providing a conducive research environment for scholars to flourish at all levels of their career.

Objectives of the Faculty

As a faculty, we are keen on churning highly qualified professionals whose knowledge base and grasp of subject content is unmatched. We aspire to bring out, not just capable graduates who can match any challenges in this fast dynamic digital age, but business savvy graduates who look forward to creating job opportunities for themselves and others by applying the global multifaceted world of computing and informatics concepts imparted in them.

Functions of The faculty


The Faculty will perform the following functions to deliver on its mission:

  1. Students – recruit an academically talented student body from diverse economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds and to attract and retain an active, culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber, skilled in the scholarship of teaching, discovery, application and integration.
  2. Curriculum – provide a balance between academic and professional preparation, to the highest national and international professional standards
  3. Undergraduate – provide a quality liberal education foundation, to broaden intellectual and aesthetic perspectives, explore ethical human values and prepare students for lifelong learning and responsible participation in a complex ever dynamic society.
  4. Post Graduate – offer selective post‐graduate programs leading to masters’ and doctorate degrees either alone or through partnership, collaboration and association with other higher educational institutions.
  5. Teaching – promote excellence in teaching by offering faculty members opportunities for development in the areas of curriculum instruction, by providing high quality equipment and by maintaining reward systems based on the premise that teaching, research and creative activity are mutually supportive.
  6. Research and Creative Activity – enhance the quality of life through research and creative activities.
  7. Outreach and Community Activities – be a catalyst in finding solutions to social, economic and cultural challenges facing society, by dissemination and application of results from its basic and applied research.
  8. Campus Environment and Extra‐Curricular Activities – create a dynamic campus life which offers students the opportunity to participate in a wide range of co‐curricular activities.
  9. Alumni – promote close working ties with its graduates, for mutual benefit.
  10. Inter University Cooperation and Association – Promote cross campus visits, projects, sports competitions and academic challenges.
  11. Awards and Competitions - The faculty shall have an Annual Competition called “The IT Open Contest” whereby students from all Academic Levels of Study and from all Departments within the faculty of Computing and ICT shall be allowed to enter Projects for the Contest and the Top Performers presented with the “The Dean’s Award” for their efforts.

The candidates shall be permitted to register their Projects either as individuals or as a group of not more than three students. In case of a win for a group project, the group members shall share whatever amount available for the top prize in a predetermined ratio by the group members and the agreement to this effect must be deposited with the dean’s office at the time of registration of the project for competition. This event shall be organized during the second academic semester of each and every academic year and is mainly aimed at boosting student morale while pushing them to discover their full potential. There shall be awards only for the top three best performing Projects. The Dean’s Award will come in terms of one of a trophy, Certificates of Exceptional Performance, Monetary Disbursements, Partial or Full Scholarships, Academic Materials or any combination of any number of these.

To enroll and qualify for the competition, students shall first be required to make Project Proposals to the select committee of assessors for the Contest, who will then recommend registration or otherwise, of these projects to the dean’s office, to enter into the initial (long) list of finalists during the month of April, in the second semester of the academic year.  Thereafter, upon registration of the projects, there shall be continuous evaluation of the listed projects until the end of May, in the second semester whereupon; the best ten projects will finally be entered into the draw for the short list for the Top Prize, to be finally awarded in the last week of June. Out of the ten best Projects, the three most outstanding Projects shall finally then be selected for the Top Prize.

The ideal project should be one which solves a real world problem in the society. Such a project should be implemented or implementable in an area of education, business, agriculture, health sector or government, either in the local community or in the context of the entire world.

List of Programmes Offered At The Faculty

This faculty currently offers two programmes, namely, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, which is offered in the Information & Communication Technology department and Bachelor of Business Information Technology, a joint collaborative programme offered in partnership with faculty of Business and Public Administration.

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSC I. T.)This course is currently being offered. The next intake will be at the start of the new academic year which commences on September 15, 2017. Our pioneer students graduated in August 2012. The population of students in this programme today stands at a total of 120. Sophomore year students are 24 in number, Junior year students are 40 in number while their Senior year counterparts are 56 in number.

 

YEAR SEMESTER COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE                                     L P CH CU
Freshman  I ENG 111 Language Structure I 39 0 39 3
    ENG 112 Reading & Vocabulary I 39 0 39 3
    ENG 113 Writing Skills I 39 0 39 3
    ISL 111 Islamic Studies 39 0 39 3
    SOL 111 Sociology 39 0 39 3
    GEO 111 World Geography 39 0 39 3
    MAT 111 Pre-Calculus 39 0 39 3
        TOTAL C.U. 21
  II ENG 121 Language Structure II 39 0 39 3
    ENG 122 Reading & Vocabulary II 39 0 39 3
    ENG 123 Writing Skills II 39 0 39 3
    ARA 121 Freshman Arabic 39 0 39 3
    PSY 121 Psychology 39 0 39 3
    BIO 121 General Biology 39 0 39 3
    MAT 121 Calculus I                                      39 0 39 3
                                                                                                                       TOTAL C.U. 21
Sophomore I               BIT 211                   IT Fundamentals 39 0 39 3
                  BIT 212 Computer Architecture & Organization 39 0 39 3
    BIT 213 Web Design & Publishing(html, CSS, Scripting) 26 26 39 3
    BIT214 Computer Applications and Maintenance 26 26 52 3
    BIT 215 Network Essentials 26 26 52 3
    BIT 216 General Physics 39 0 39 3
    BIT 217 Linear Algebra 39 0 39 3
        TOTAL C.U. 21
  II BIT 221 Principles of Database Management Systems 26 26 52 3
    BIT 222 Operating Systems 26 26 52 3
    BIT 223 Data Communications 39 0 39 3
    BIT 224 Communication Skills 39 0 39 3
    BIT 225 Programming Methodology(C) 26 26 52 3
    BIT 226 Internet Applications(CMS) 26 26 52 3
    BIT 227 Probability & Statistics 39 0 39 3
        TOTAL C.U. 21
Junior          I               BIT 311                   Database Design & Development (Oracle & SQL) 26 26 52 3
                  BIT 312 Object-Oriented Programming in C++ 26 26 52 3
    BIT 313 Application Programming I(VBI) 26 26 52 3
    BIT 314 Data Structures & Algorithms 26 26 52 3
    BIT 315 Computer Networks 26 26 52 3
    BIT 316 IT Project Management 26 26 52 3
    BIT 317 Discrete Mathematics 39 0 39 3
        TOTAL C.U. 21
  II BIT 321 Distributed Databases(SQL Server) 26 26 52 3
    BIT 322 Java Programming 26 26 52 3
    BIT 323 Application Programming II(VBII) 39 0 39 3
    BIT 324 Systems Analysis and Design 39 0 39 3
    BIT 325 Wireless and Mobile Communication 26 26 52 3
    BIT 326 Local Area Networks 26 26 52 3
    BIT 327 Digital Logic 39 0 39 3
        TOTAL C.U. 21
Senior      I              BIT 411             Group Project 26 26 52 3
    BIT 412 Software Engineering 39 0 39 3
    BIT 413 Routing and Switching 26 26 52 3
    BIT 414 Broadband Networks 26 26 52 3
    BIT 415 Web Programming(PHP & My SQL) 26 26 52 3
    BIT 416 Human Computer Interaction 39 0 39 3
    BIT 417 Entrepreneurship Skills 39 0 39 3
    BIT 418 Industrial Attachment       4
           TOTAL C. U. 22
  II  BIT 421 B.Sc. I.T. Individual Project   0 104 104  4
     BIT 422  Linux Operating System  26  26 52  3
     BIT 423  Network Security  39  0  39  3
     BIT 424  Fiber-optic Communications  26  26  52  3
     BIT 425  Artificial Intelligence  39  0  39  3
     BIT 426  Electronic Commerce  26  26  52  3
     BIT 427  Social & Professional Issues in IT  39  0  39  3
     BIT 428  AU Comprehensive Examinations        
           TOTAL C.U. 22

 

  • Bachelor of Business Information Technology (BBIT)This programme was launched in September 15, 2012. We have a total population of 55 students in this programme. The pioneer students for this programme are currently in their Sophomore year. The department’s office is located at the faculty of Computing and ICT. However, there are mandatory, regular joint consultations between this faculty and the faculty of Business and Public Administration, Amoud University, regarding the implementation of the curriculum, teaching and routine running.

 

  • YEAR SEMESTER COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE L P CH CU
    FRESHMAN I ENG 111 Language Structure I                                                   39 0 39 3
        ENG 112 Reading and Vocabulary I 39 0 39 3
        ENG 113 Writing Skills I 39 0 39 3
        ISL 111 Islamic Studies 39 0 39 3
        SOL 111 Sociology 39 0 39 3
        GEO 111 World Geography 39 0 39 3
        MAT 111 Pre-Calculus 39 0 39 3
          TOTAL C. U.    TOTAL C.U. 21
       II  ENG 121   Language Structure II  39 0 39 3
         ENG 122  Reading and Vocabulary II  39  0  39  3
         ENG 123  Writing Skills II  39  0  39  3
         ARA 121  Freshman Arabic  39  0  39  3
         PSY 121  Psychology  39  0  39  3
         BIO 121  General Biology  39  0  39  3
         MAT 121  Calculus I  39  0  39  3
               TOTAL C.U.  21
     SOPHOMORE  I ADM 2101 Introduction to Management  39 0  39 3
         ADM 2102  Introduction to Businesss Statistics  39  0  39  3
         ADM 2103  Financial Accounting I  39  0  39  3
         BIT 222  Computer Operating Systems  26  26  52  3
         ADM 2104  Introduction to Business  39  0 39  3
         BIT 211  IT Fundamentals  26  26  52  3
         BIT 221  Principles of Database Management Systems  26  26 52  3
               TOTAL C. U.  21
       II ADM 2201  Introduction to Economics  39  0 39  3
         BIT 213  Web Design and Publishing  26  26  52  3
         ADM 2202  Financial Accounting II  39  0  39  3
         BIT 225  Introduction to Computer Programming  26  26  52  3
         ADM 2203  Business Law  39  0  39  3
         BIT 313  Programming in Visual Basic  26  26  52  3
         ADM 2204  Principles of Marketing  39 0  39  3
               TOTAL C. U.  21
     JUNIOR I BIT 312 Object Oriented Programming  26 26  52 3
         ADM 3101  Research Methods and Technical Writing  39  0  39  3
         BIT 314 Data Structures and Algorithms  26  26  52  3
         BIT 324  Systems Analysis and Design  26  26  52  3
         ADM 3102  Business Finance  39  0  39  3
         BIT 416  Human Computer Interactions  26  26  52  3
         ADM 3103  Business Ethics  39  0 39  3
               TOTAL C. U.  21
       II BIT 426 Electronic Commerce  26 26  52  3
         BIT 415  Internet Based Programming  26  26  52  3
         ADM 3201  Management Mathematics  39  0  39  3
         BIT 439  System Development and Support  26  26  52  3
         ADM 3202  Managerial Accounting  39  0  39  3
         BIT 229  Computer Networks and Data Communication  26  26  52  3
         ADM 3203  Accounting Information Systems  39  0 39  3
                   21
    SENIOR  I ADM 4101 Organizational Behaviour  39 0  39  3
        ADM 4102 Information Resource Management  39  0  39  3
        BIT 442 Multimedia Systems  26  26  52  3
        BIT 322 Computerized Accounting  26  26  52  3
        ADM 4103 Operations Management  39  0  39  3
        BIT 443 Network Systems Administration  26  26  52  3
        BIT 321  Database Systems II  26  26 52  3
         BIT 418 Industrial Attachment         4
               TOTAL C. U.  25
      II ADM 4201  Entreprenuership Skills  39  0 39  3
         ADM 4202  Strategic Management  39  0  39  3
         BIT 436  Information Systems Strategy  26  26  52  3
         BIT 412  Software Engineering  26  26  52  3
         ADM 4203  Business Plan Development  39  0  39  3
         BIT 4104  Management Information Systems  26  26  52  3
         ADM 4204  IT-Business Research Individual Project  0 104 104  4
         BIT 428  AU Comprehensive Examinations        
               TOTAL C. U. 22
                   

     

  • Diploma in Information Technology programme:- This programme is currently being offered part time, in the evening sessions only, at the town campus Computer laboratory, Amoud University. The programme is offered in the department of Information & Communication Technology. It has two groups of students Stage IV who are 7 students and Stage I who are 14 students.

The target market is open to the following categories of people:-

a. Those that have just cleared secondary school and want to pursue a quick course for a short period of time in the evenings.
b. Those who are currently working in any other profession and wish to add some Information Technology strength to their curriculum vitae.

 

DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
YEAR STAGE/TRIMESTER UNIT CODE UNIT NAME L P CH CU
I I DIT 101 Linear Algebra 39 0 39 3
    DIT 102 Foundation Physics and Electricity for IT 39 0 39 3
    DIT 103 Computer Applications and Maintenance 39 0 39 3
    DIT 104 Computer Organization and Architecture 39 0 39 3
    DIT 105 Communication Skills 39 0 39 3
               
  II DIT 201 Calculus 39 0 39 3
    DIT 202 Digital Electronics 39 0 39 3
    DIT 203 Systems Analysis and Design 39 0 39 3
    DIT 204 Discrete Mathematics 39 0 39 3
    DIT 205 Database Systems 39 0 39 3
               
  III DIT 301 Operating Systems 39 0 39 3
    DIT 302 Financial Accounting and Management 39 0 39 3
    DIT 303 Contemporary Information Systems Development 39 0 39 3
    DIT 304 Principles of Computer Support and Maintenance 39 0 39 3
    DIT 305 Programming Methodology 39 0 39 3
               
II IV DIT 401 Probability and Statistics 39 0 39 3
    DIT 402 Computer Networks 39 0 39 3
    DIT 403 Development Studies and Social Ethics 39 0 39 3
    DIT 404 General Economics 39 0 39 3
    DIT 405 Object Oriented Programming 39 0 39 3
               
  V DIT 501 Organizational Management and Entreprenuership 39 0 39 3
    DIT 502 E-Commerce 39 0 39 3
    DIT 503 Programming Project 39 0 39 3
    DIT 504 Event Driven Programming 39 0 39 3
    DIT 505 Internet Technology and Web Design 39 0 39 3
               
  VI DIT 600 Industrial Internship 0 104 104 4

Other Programmes currently being offered include

  1. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering:- This programme is open for registration. Every Academic Year beginning September 1st until November 31st students can register. Next is intake will be on September 1st, 2017.
  2. Bachelor of Science in Technical Education:- This programme is open for registration. Every Academic Year beginning September 1st until November 31st students can register.Next is intake will be on September 1st, 2017.

 

Faculty of Computing & ICT Statistics: Lecturers and Students Profile as at 2015/2016 Academic Year

AU Faculty of Computing and ICT, Undergraduate Students Statistics for 2015/2016 Academic Year
 Class Male Female TOTAL
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Senior Class 15 8 23
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Junior Class 29 31 60
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Sophomore Class 52 25 77
Bachelor of Business Information Technology Senior Class 6 9 15
Bachelor of Business Information Technology Junior Class 6 10 16
Bachelor of Business Information Technology Sophomore Class 16 13 29
Diploma in Information Technology Stage IV Class 6 0 6
Diploma in Information Technology Stage I Class 14 4 18
TOTAL 144 100 244

 

 Faculty of Computing and ICT Student Statistics for 2015/2016 Academic Year

 

Lecturers' Profile: faculty of Computing and ICT, as at March 14, 2015 
S. No. Lecturer's Details Department Specialization Area
 1.

Edwin Omondi Okech
Dean, Faculty of Computing and ICT                

Phone: +252-063- 4525559
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 BSC IT/ BBIT WebSystems
 2. Ahmed Abdillahi Sh. Ibrahim            
Administrative Assistant to the Dean, Faculty of Computing and ICT    
Phone: +252-063- 4590754
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 BSC IT/ BBIT Programming and Databases
 3. Saeed Abdi Hassan
Lecturer:
Phone: +252-063- 4080988
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT Computer Networks
 4. Victor Omondi Obwogoh
Lecturer: Systems Development and Database Adminstration
Phone: +252-063- 4542484
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 BSC IT/ BBIT Programming and Databases
 5. Khalid Abdirahman Hussein
Lecturer: Web Systems and Webmaster, Amoud University
Phone: +252-063- 4456570
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT WebSystems
 6. Bashane Qasim H. Dahir
Lecturer:
Phone: +252-063- 4557777
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT Computer Networks
 7. Mohamed Jama’ Madar                
Phone: +252-063- 4456803
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT Systems Analysis and Design
 8. Libaan  Mohamed Muse            
Phone: +252-063- 4454095
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT Operating Systems
 9. Mohyadin Farah Abdillahi
Lecturer:
Phone: +252-063- 4562000
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT Computer Networks
 10. Farah Bashir Farah
Lecturer:
Phone: +252-063- 4841762
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT Computer Networks
 11. Mahamoud Muse Abdi
Phone: +252-063- 4538159
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Computer Networks
 12. Ahmed Nouh
Phone: +252-063- 4464069
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Business Mathematics
 13. Abdirasak Hassan Jibril            
Phone: +252-063- 4045778
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Operating Systems
 14. Mustafe Saeed Elmi                
Phone: +252-063- 4457208
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Enterprenuership Skills
 15. Abiib Abdi Farah                
Phone: +252-063- 4440949
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Mathematics
 16. Yusuf Abdi Hared                
Phone: +252-063- 4518880
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Probability and Statistics
 17. Abdisamad Egeh Habane            
Phone: +252-063- 4458444
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  IT Project Management
 18.

Abdallah Ali Yousuf                    

Phone: +252-063- 4456820
Email:

 BSC IT/ BBIT  Economics
 19. Mahamud Muhumud Aleel            
Phone: +252-063- 4456283
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Computer Networks
 20. Deka Hussein Hassan            
Phone: +252-063- 4456350
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Business Statistics
 21. Nur Abdi Nur                
Phone: +252-063- 4452141
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Management
 22. Mohamed Omar Abdillahi       
Phone: 063- 4453109
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Business Finance
 23. Ahmed Abdillahi Shirdon            
Phone: +252-063- 4456421
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Financial Accounting
 24. Abdullahi Omar                
Phone: +252-063- 4781244
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  WebSystems
 25. Fahad Abdirahman Mohamed            
Phone: +252-063- 4970125
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  WebSystems
 26. Eng. Ahmed Aw Ali                    
Phone: +252-063- 4581177
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  AutoCAD
 27. Mohamed Olhaye Waberi            
Phone: +252-063-4406369
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Financial Accounting
 28. Ahmed Mohamed Ateeye                
Phone: +252-063- 4457800
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Physics/ Mathematics
 29. Mohamed Sheikh                
Phone: +252-063- 4457800
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Mathematics
 30. Abdinasir Diriye                
Phone: +252-063- 4457800
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Economics
 31. Mustafe Saeed Elmi                
Phone: +252-063- 4457208
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT  Enterprenuership Skills
 32. Yahye Mohamed Dahir               
Phone: +252-063- 4450272
Email:
 BSC IT/ BBIT

 Computer Networks

 

Class Notes September 2015/ JULY 2016 Academic Year

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BIT 224 Communication Skills Sophomore BSC IT Juliana Oswago Communication Skills Course Description March 2016/ July 2016
BIT 224 Communication Skills Sophomore BSC IT Juliana Oswago Communication Skills Lecture Notes April 2016(.PDF)
BIT 428 AU Comprehensive Exams Senior IT/ Senior BBIT Edwin O. Okech AU Comprehensive Exam June 2015 Guide(.PDF)
BIT 224 Communication Skills Sophomore BSC IT Edwin O. Okech Sample CV[Curriculum vita]
BIT 322 Java Programming Junior BSC IT Edwin O. Okech Java Programming Course Outline, Mar 2015 - Jul 2015 Semester[PDF]
BIT 322 Java Programming Junior BSC IT Edwin O. Okech

JAVA PROGRAMMING - Lesson 1

JAVA PROGRAMMING - Lesson 2

JAVA PROGRAMMING - Lesson3

JAVA PROGRAMMING - Lesson 4

JAVA PROGARMMING - Lesson 5

JAVA PROGRAMMING - Lesson 6

JAVA PROGRAMMING - Lesson 7

BIT 312 BSC IT Individual Project Senior BSC IT Edwin O. Okech BSC IT Individual Project Guide
  AU Comprehensive Exams Senior BSC IT Edwin O. Okech

 

Amoud University Comprehensive Examinations June 2014

BSC IT Comprehensive Examinations Timetable June 2014

BIT 224 Communications Skills Sophomore BSC IT Edwin O. Okech

 Comm Skills Course Description March 2014

Lesson 2 Comm Skills March 2014

Lesson 3 Comm Skills March 2014

Lesson 4 Comm Skills March 2014

Lesson 5 Comm Skills March 2014

Draft cv-resume June 2014

BIT Electronic Commerce Junior BBIT/ Senior BSC IT Ahmed Abdillahi Sh. Ibrahim

Chapter 1 E-Commerce May 4th, 2015

Chapter 2 E-Commerce May 4th, 2015

Chapter 3 E-Commerce May 4th, 2015

Chapter 4 E-Commerce May 4th, 2015

Chapter 5 E-Commerce May 4th, 2015

 

Industrial Internship & Individual Projects/ Research Theses for BSC IT / BBIT Senior Class Of 2014/ 2015

 

 Amoud University faculty of Computing and ICT would like to thank the following organizations for hosting our students on an internship programme for between four to six weeks during the month of February 2014.

The Senior BSC IT students have to undergo a mandatory minimum 4-week internship programme at any organization with a busy IT environment, in between their first semester senior academic year and second semester senior academic year with a view to introducing them to the real life work environment ahead of their graduation later on in the month of July 2017.

In addition the students have to undertake a BSC IT individual Project in a particular area in order to fulfill the requierments of the Bachelors degree in Information Technology. This data is broken down as shown in the table here below:-

SENIOR BSC IT STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP AND BSC IT INDIVIDUAL PROJECT DETAILS
S. No Reg. No STUDENT NAME NAME AND ADDRESS OF ORGANIZATION ATTACHED TITLE OF BSC IT INDIVIDUAL PROJECT
1 1819 Abdifatah Ahmed Ali Somaliland National Television, Hargeisa Video Documentary about Borama Town
2 2499 Abdifatah Mohamed Dahir Somtel Company, Borama Website for Islamic Studies School in Borama
3 2500 Abdifatah Mohamed Hussein Somtel Company, Borama ICT website for Somalia
 4 2501 Abdifatah Mohamed Ibrahim  Sagal Jet, Hargeisa SMIS for Alpha Secondary School, Mogadishu
 5 2506 Abdifatah Muse Elmi  Somaliland Parliament, Hargeisa  
 6 2512 Abdihakim Mohamed Ileeye Telesom Company, Borama Website for Ardale Secondary School
 7 2533 Abdikafi Adam Jama Mohamed  Gollis Telecommunication Company, Garowe Financial Banking System for Islamic bank, Bosaso
 8 2563 Abdallah omar H. Mohamoud HI-TECH Hargeisa  Web System for Bosaso Business Centre, Bosaso
 9 2569 Abdirahman Egeh Adan Somtel Company, Borama  Website for Misile Organization
 10 2660 Ahmed Abdillahi Hassan   AU Football Tournament Management System
 11 2666 Ahmed Abdiqadir Ali    Website for Albaded Secondary School, Mako Cadey
 12 2667 Ahmed Aadan Ahmed  Egal International Airport, Hargeisa Video Documentary for Egal Int. Airport
 13  2675 Ahmed Mohamed Abdi  SAYS Organization HeadQuarters, Borama Video documentary for Rays Hotel
 14 2681 Ahmed Mohamed Mohamoud Somtel Company, Borama  
 15  2689 Ahmed Mouse Abdillahi  Somtel Khayria Branch, Hargeisa SMIS for Sh. Ali Jowhar Secondary School
 16  2701 Ali Abdiwahid Ahmed    Online SMIS for Amoud University
 17  2722 Asma Mohamed Farah  Ministry of Civil Aviation & Air Transport, Hargeisa Tawxid Hotel Management Systems
 18  2752 Abdirahman Muse Sh. Hassan Africa Online Company, Borama Video Documentary for AU faculty of Sharia & Law
 19  2768 Faisal Ali Mohamed  Aayatin Secondary School Video Documentary for Amoud University
 20  2771 Farah Abdi Awed    
 21  2791 Fatuma Hassan Abdi  Telesom Company, Borama Video Documentary for faculty of Bus & Pub Admin
 22  2814 Hafsa Omar Ali  Ministry of Civil Aviation & Air Transport, Hargeisa  SMIS for MBK Primary & Secondary School
 23  2822 Hamse Ahmed Osman  Gollis Telecommunication Company, Borama Website for Gollis University, Erigavo
 24  2829 Hamse Osman Sh. Nour   Website for Asli Construction Company
 25  2842 Hassan Dahir Said    Video documentary for Amoud University sports
 26  2844 Omulkhayr M. Warsame  Somtel Company, Borama  Video documentary for Alaale Hospital, Borama
 27  2884

Ifrah Ibrahim Mohamed

 Telesom Company, Borama  Video documentary for Al Hayatt Hospital Borama
 28  2885 Ikran Abdi Hassan  Blue Sky Digital Studios, Borama  Video documentary for Amoud University
 29  2930 Khadar Billeh Bootaan 5-Star printing and Stationery Services, Garowe  Shafici Pharmacy E-commerce Web System
 30  2971 Mohamud Abdikarim Ahmed  Telsom Company, Las-Aanod  
 31  2982 Mohamed Ahmed Abdillahi  BOYO Organization  Computer College Management System for Goljano, Boon
 32  2996

Mohamed Ali Nour

 SAGALJET Company, Hargeisa  Online Booking for Haldoor, Borama
 33  2997 Kalid Ibrahim Abdi  Somtel Telecommunication Company, Hargeisa  
 34  3004 Mohamed Farah Duale    Website for Almasal Secondary School, Borama
 35  3007 Mohamed Hassan Guleed  HAVOYOCO NGO, Borama  Website for HAVOYOCO Organization, Borama
 36  3008 Mohamed Barkhad Good Dara Salaama, Djibouti  Video documentary for Awdal Region
 37  3029 Mohamed Osman Mahamoud  Airline Company, Garowe  SMIS for Sh. Muse Secondary School, LasAanod
 38  3047 Mohamoud Mohamed Ali    Website for Ilatango Company, Hargeisa
 39  3098 Muna Abdirahman Ibrahim    Video doc. film for London Digital Studio Borama
 40  3111 Muse Abdi Ahmed    Studio Management System for London Digital Studio
 41  3132 Nagaad Hajj Ibrahim Muse  Somtel Company, Borama  Video doc. film for BlueSky Digital Studio Borama
 42  3145 Nimco Muumin Egeh    
 43  3166 Rahma Ibrahim Amir  Telesom Company, Borama Video doc. film for Borama General Hospital
 44  3189 Saddam Abdirahman Abshir Nationlink Telecommunications, Bosaso, Somalia Web Systems-  Website for Information Technology Group
 45  3206 Samatar Abdi Ahmed  Africa Online Company, Borama Website for Aqbal Cnstruction Company
 46  3213 Saynab Said Amin  Somaliland National Television Video doc. film for Rayo TV Borama
 47  3229 Shukri Ahmed Samaale  Telesom Company, Borama  Rayo TV Information Management System
 48  3319 Abdiqani Mohamed Ahmed  Telesom Company, Las Aanod Website for Shire Trading Company, Burco
 49  3320 Mohamoud Ahmed Muse SRCS- Somaliland Red Crescent Society, Las Aanod  WAN Setup using Packet Tracer - Borama, Hargeisa and Burao
 50  3321 Fahad Abdirahman Mahamud  Telesom Company, Hargeisa  DBMS for Amoud University
 51  4385  Kamaal Sadik Ahmed Civil Service Commission  Website for Aynan Exhibition Supermarket, Borama