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Dr. Mahmood Maher Alawi

Our History

The College of Computer Science and Mathematics was established at Tikrit University in 2007 and admitted its first group of students in the academic year 2007-2008. The college initially consisted of the departments of Computer Science and Mathematics, which were separated from the College of Science. As a result, the college offered four academic programs during the 2007-2008 academic year.

The college has a diverse teaching staff comprising 55 members with expertise in various specializations, including professors, assistant professors, lecturers, and teaching assistants. In addition, there are approximately 51 technical and administrative employees who provide support and assistance to the college's operations.

Fulfilling teaching staff needs in computer and mathematics specializations. Encouraging research and professional development for teachers. Enhancing student academic and scientific skills. Providing development courses for technical and administrative staff.

The college aims to address the shortage of computer science and mathematics expertise in the region. It provides training programs and fosters scientific and cultural development through extensive scientific seminars. Future plans include opening new departments and branches to keep up with scientific advancements in the field.

The college focuses on preparing qualified graduate students and becoming a leading resource in its field. It offers consultations to state departments and the private sector in the Saladin Governorate. Additionally, it conducts applied research and collaborates with government agencies and industries.



The College of Computer Science and Mathematics is engaged in basic and applied world-class research. We work together with research institutions, companies and market alike.


College of Computer Science and Mathematics is a Research College. Students from four-year students to doctoral candidates participate in meaningful research in our labs. Collaborative multidisciplinary signature areas, as well as underlying cross-cutting research themes of Computer Science and Mathematics.

Research Centers
Undergraduate Alumni
Postgraduate Alumni
Academic Staff