Faculty of economy


M.I : Mathematic and IT(Computer Science);

M.S: Science of the Matter;

both domains are based on LMD System

   The LMD is a system set up in Algeria pursuant to Executive Decree No. 04-371 of 21 November 2004. It aims, according to an innovative scheme, the integration of the University in the economic development and harmonization of the system. higher education with the rest of the world.

The system of L M D is articulated in three training cycles:

- Cycle organized in 6 semesters leading to the degree of License;

- A second cycle organized in 4 semesters leading to the Master's degree;

- A third cycle of three years leading to the PhD degree.

Organization of Teachings:

- The courses are offered in Domain - Field- Specialty;

- Training is grouped into Training Domain;

- A domain covers several disciplines;

- Training is organized in semesters and teaching units (T.U.). Each T.U has a - value defined in credits proportional to work (courses, tutorials, practical work, internships ...).

Teaching Evaluation:

The lecturers and whole works (courses, tutorials, practical work, internships ...) received are measured in credits and not in years of study.

The diploma is divided into semesters; To validate a semester, 30 credits are needed.

  Collect 180 credits to obtain the License (6 semesters).

  Collect 120 credits to obtain the Master (4 semesters).

The compensation is maintained: the student who does not have the average to one or more T.U.  will still be able to validate his semester if he has the average to all the T.U.



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Department of computer Science


Computer discipline is contributing to the emergence of new professions and the gradual transformation of current practices. It's a big issue for society as a whole, and of course for companies, whether industrial or service.


The Computer Science (IT) license gives students a solid general education in computer science.

A large volume of work is devoted to the production of software through projects, present in almost all IT majors and in the specific element "Computer Application" last semester. Links with the industry, or  research topics ( It might be internships at different levels), allow a technological practice and an effective solving of the problems which our students will be confronted thereafter.

The objective of the IT license is to:

- give the student the mastery of at least three programming languages, each representing one of the paradigms imperative, object and functional;

- provide the student with the methodology to solve a problem, from specification to implementation;  

- provide the theoretical basis for understanding the evolution of programming tools and languages.


    The discipline of Artificial Intelligence  and Distributed systems has evolved rapidly in recent years around the world. This master is a fast-paced and challenging field that is making visible inroads into our everyday life, although it has a dual research axes are offered in most major universities : The  artificial intelligence and Distributed systems.

The first axe which represents Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become part of the graduation curriculum. In today's society, it is becoming more and more widespread, and offers you an integrative and cutting-edge approach to the field from the viewpoints of Informatics, Logic, Cognition, Psychology, Philosophy, and Linguistics. With the advent of the web, millions of people are already familiar with software integrating artificial intelligence such as search the web, e-commerce, gaming sites.

The second axe is Distributed systems, computer applications more and more are running on cooperating computer networks. Consolidation of the global Internet, the emergence of Cloud Computing, new technologies of wireless communication networks, and the availability of always lower availability than the construction, the construction of the new generation of distributed applications. These applications invade industry, commerce, health, education and, in fact, personal life and the integration of computer technology and digital communications. Some aspects of life that are not improved by networks and systems, but which must also be tempered by the concerns of security and energy.

The objective of the IT Master is to: Our department offer a MSc

This Master "Distributed Systems and Artificial Intelligence " offers practical training, as a result, students who have validated the first year in the DS&AI, acquisition of modules specific to the chosen training.


Head of department: Saci Medeileh


Teaching committee

Scientific Committee

Graduate students




The Artificial Intelligence programme has a duration of two years(4 semesters) and has a total size of 120 European study points (EC), divided into courses with a total of 75 EC and a final thesis project of 45 EC.


The curriculum in the master's programme Artificial Intelligence consists of the following parts:

Mandatory courses (15 EC): 2 courses that every student in the programme takes

Primary electives (30 EC): 4 courses (out of a set of 9 courses)

Secondary electives (30 EC): 4 courses to give your programme a personal flavour, to be chosen more liberally from the set of primary electives or other programmes

Research part (45 EC): do innovative research yourself and write a dissertation about it.

To expand the thematic range of your master's programme, you can replace the secondary electives by courses from a specific profile.