The faculty of Computer Science was separated from faculty of Natural Sciences in 2008. At that time the faculty had 17 lecturers, 215 students, 3 modern and equipped laboratories, one library, examination center for long distance exams, and was part of the CISCO regional project. The faculty has started lectures with three departments namely software engineering, information system and technology and data base in 2010. The computer sciences faculty has close contacts with the University of Maryland, University of Washington DC, University of Cape Town, Technical University of Berlin and the computer sciences department of all domestic Universities. The graduates of this faculty can work in information technology centers of all governmental and none governmental organizations.