Samaila Kasimu Ahmad, Is a Lecturer II at the Department of Information System, Nigerian Army University, Biu, and the acting Head of the Department, Member faculty quality assurance committee, Faculty SIWES Coordinator, and Faculty representative to faculty of engineering. Samaila Kasimu Ahmad Received Msc Information Technology Management from Staffordshire University (2013) and Bsc (Hons) Information System from University of East London (2012).
His research is situated in the field of Technology & Innovation, with a special focus on Design and implementation of Information systems, System Analysis and design, Database systems and Distributed Computing. Kasimu teaches several courses within the faculty and he is an active member of Nigeria computer society (NCS).
Recent developments in Technology create opportunities and challenges for the growing Information System discipline. In an effort to meet this Challenge, the Army University BIU offers course in the field of Information System (IFS) to undergraduate students to pursue studies leading to the award of a degree in Information System. The Programme is designed to strengthen and broaden the education, research and professional skills of the students in order to prepare them to take up the challenges facing the modern day managers operating in the Globalised, digitalized and technology-driven economies of the world. The Programme is intended to provide training and provide experts in ICT application to diverse fields of human endeavour in both private and public organizations
It is also intended to provide best quality teaching and research personnel in both middle and high-level manpower cadres who would exhibit high quality skills and character for successful career in the field.
The mission of Information System Programme is to be a Centre that will produce highly suitable graduate of Information System, for the global market, post graduate and Research works.
The vision of Information System Programme is seek to become a great Centre of excellence from where highly qualitative Computer Scientist, who will be capable of using the knowledge and skills gained for solving complex societal and industrial problems, can be produced