King Abdullah II School of Engineering
Computer Engineering


This program, which is the first of its kind in Jordan, offers its students the latest trends in the subjects of security for computer networks and information systems. Its curriculum, which incorporates latest advancements in computer networks and security, programming and security, operating systems and security and information security. It covers analysis and design using latest international tools and software adopted by modern industry. The practical part of the curriculum is enhanced by advanced labs and centers such as the Cisco Academy Support Center (ASC). The program covers various aspects of security concerning computer networks, operating systems, modern applications, information protection, cyber attacks and prevention and cyber laws and forensics.

The curriculum is based on 160 credits semester hours. Students usually graduate in five years or less. The program accepts students who succeed in their Jordanian General Secondary Exam/Science Stream, or equivalent, with an average of at least 80%.

To contribute to the advancement of the ICT sector in Jordan through graduating skilled engineers in the field of cyber security.