Faculty of Development Studies and Crisis Management

Bachelor of Development Studies 

biography :

The Development Studies Program comes in response to the needs of the Arab labor market. Several studies on activities and organizations related to development have shown the scarcity of human resources specialized in development and the need for these organizations and institutions to work on intensive training of their employees to cover the real needs of specialists and capable researchers working in these development institutions and organizations.

The department qualifies its graduates theoretically through the curriculum, materials, lectures and seminars, and practical qualification through workshops and field research, to be able to work in the ministries of development and planning, industry and trade, social development and political development, various media, humanitarian organizations, and civil society organizations, NGOs, and international organizations, in addition to centers of scientific research, studies and specialized consultations on the subject of development in all its aspects.

Department goals

The program aims to qualify students to be able to meet the needs of society in development projects and programs, through:

  • Develop their abilities to understand and analyze development issues, concepts and elements.
  • Strengthening their skills in diagnosing societal problems and setting priorities and methods of treatment.
  • Enabling them to evaluate and review development plans and improve their performance.
  • Training them to simulate successful global development models, and to identify strengths and shortcomings in unsuccessful projects.
  • Developing a culture of scientific research in the field of development studies.
  • Spreading awareness of development problems in Arab societies, and forming a special culture of development concepts in them.
  • Providing scientific programs to train students to practice field work in institutions concerned with development issues, and methods of implementation.

In addition to its first task of qualifying the department’s students through the academic curriculum, the department seeks to carry out additional supporting tasks, the most important of which are:

  • Training courses in the field of development in cooperation with national, Arab and international organizations and institutions
  • Supporting research and studies specialized in development issues in all its aspects.
  • Preparing studies and research and providing consultations in the areas of development



First semester courses Second semester courses
Introduction to Development Studies Introduction to Psychology
Thought and human civilization Social networking skills
Community development and organization  Sustainable development from the perspective of Islamic values ​​and the peculiarities of the Islamic world
Principles of Microeconomics  Introduction to management science
International Relations and Development  Principles of Macroeconomics
community development Human Resource Management 
development and environment Islamic education
              The impact of the Islamic faith in achieving intellectual security

economical development 

Arabic language skills English language skills
Feasibility studies and project evaluation  Introduction to Sociology
Third semester courses Fourth semester courses
development and international organizations  Social Statistics and Development Indicators 
development theories and approaches Environmental health and health education
Poverty, developing societies and development (development models) Research Methods in the Humanities 
Civil society  The impact of the Islamic approach in achieving economic security
globalization and development  community development 

The pillars of sustainable development and environmental protection in the Sunnah

Contemporary trends in sustainable development

Women and Gender Studies  The approach of Islam in the development of moral values 
                                        Social and cultural change

Social Statistics and Development Indicators

Fifth semester courses Sixth semester courses
developmental communication Islam and community development
The Islamic approach to developing human skills comprehensive social development
Development projects management  sustainable development in islam
political economy and development social problems 
Creed is the basis of the Islamic approach to development  Monitoring and evaluating development projects 
management skills Special Topics in Development 
The dangers of electronic (cyber) attacks and their economic impacts The development of Arab institutions from the perspective of the knowledge economy
Education problems and their impact on the labor market Unemployment and the future of labor markets
Seventh Semester Courses Eighth Semester Courses
first aid Studies in the geography of development
Applied Research Methods Environmental and Sustainability Assessment
Sustainable Development Goals Industrialization and development strategy in developing societies
Development Project Management The role of culture in supporting development, peace and peaceful coexistence 
Crises values ​​and the crisis of values  Arab development efforts and some future challenges
Islam’s approach to building the individual and society Islam’s approach to providing security and safety in human society
Sustainable development and its social, economic and environmental dimensions The role of the university in developing its students’ awareness of values ​​to face the problems of globalization
The approach of Islamic law in protecting society from corruption  Sustainable development and poverty modeling
The art of dealing with people Social justice and development models


Institute for Peace and Development Studies:



institute definition:

  • The Institute for Peace, Development and Disaster Studies, one of the university’s graduate schools, is currently working on developing its academic and training programs, curricula, tools, mechanisms, structure and relationships to meet the ever-changing requirements and challenges of humanitarian action. Accordingly, the Center works, through its projects, as a link between the university and society in terms of education and training on issues related to peacebuilding, and works on teaching issues related to peacebuilding and training segments of society, especially young people, on the concepts and practices of peacebuilding.The Center conducts studies on different types of conflict, conducts research, scientific and field, on topics related to peace and conflict, holds or hosts seminars and workshops with local and international actors concerned with peacebuilding and civil society, and works with international partners in developing new knowledge that can To contribute to increasing stability in society.


A leading regional and global center for education and research, working on graduating expertise in the fields of peace and development, and achieving leadership and excellence in environmental sciences, disasters and crises.

the message:

Building a unified center for higher education in the field of peace and development studies

Providing knowledge and promoting a spirit of understanding and cooperation among societies

Promote values ​​and provide research in order to contribute to peacebuilding

Training the affiliates of voluntary organizations, civil society organizations, governmental and civil bodies, in the fields of specialization, disaster and crisis studies.


   Distinguished qualification of students scientifically, professionally and morally, and upgrading students’ creative, leadership and cultural research abilities

   Continuous training to upgrade the performance of faculty members and auxiliary cadres, and the adoption of applied research advisory programs

Qualifying the distinguished graduate scientifically and professionally in environmental sciences, disasters and crises

Community service through dissemination and dissemination of the concepts of civil protection

– Upgrading and building the capabilities of police and security work in the sciences of disasters, crises and civil protection

Carrying out studies and research in the field of permanent peace, the region and related fields.

Executing projects that contribute to spreading a culture of social peace at the local and regional levels, and encouraging scientific cooperation with institutions of common interest at home and abroad.

Providing advice on positions, projects, and policies that are submitted to the Center from the university and the relevant government departments and institutions.

The Institute organizes, directly or in coordination with other parties or targets, many seminars, workshops and lectures annually, to address challenges that fall within the circle of activity or interest of the Institute. Humanitarian affairs. It also issues a periodic bulletin to introduce the programs and activities that take place at the Institute and at the level of the humanitarian sector locally and internationally, and to educate communities about disasters and their risks. The Institute works with partners to develop projects that meet the requirements of humanitarian work and keep pace with global developments and developments in the humanitarian field.

The Institute fulfills the role of a specialized consultant in the field of developing humanitarian projects, tools, mechanisms and curricula for all organizations working in the humanitarian field and institutions that face risks that threaten their security and the security of their workers.

The Institute has relations with academic institutions and regional and international humanitarian organizations and works to develop them.

Adopting the value of research, training and development, achieving a continuous and sustainable increase in the return on cooperation between individuals and societies, and strengthening the status of peaceful coexistence and social security, leading to leadership and leadership in the training field at the local, regional and international levels in the field of peace studies and development


school system: 

1. The College of Environmental Studies and Disaster Management is a scientific institution that adopts the theoretical approach and field application in the study and works to disseminate and upgrade the concepts of environmental studies, disaster management and civil protection by various means. 

2. The college adopts the Arabic and English languages ​​as means of teaching.  

3. The college uses foreign experts and visiting professors to strengthen its ties with the institutions and organizations to which they belong, by exchanging information, experiences and educational attainment to benefit from its experiences in preventing and confronting disasters and minimizing their effects. 

4. The college provides specialized laboratories and laboratories for the purposes of conducting experiments and applied research. 

5. Within the teaching methods, the college adopts a system of seminars and research rooms under the supervision of faculty members. 

Center work programme:

The center offers a range of academic and social programs

Program on culture, environment and development issues.

Programs for human rights, women and children.

Peace and Development Culture Programs.

Documentation, information and networking programs.

Intellectual Security Studies Programs.

community development programmes.

Disaster and Crisis Studies Programs 

Partnerships and Memoranda of Understanding:

The center has many partnerships and memoranda of understanding with a group of institutions at the official level and private institutions 

Academic Programs: (Postgraduate Programs)

Passing the Higher Diploma curriculum in Peace and Development Studies.

Master’s degree in Peace and Development Studies 

Doctorate of Philosophy program in Peace and Development Studies.

Disaster Studies and Crisis Management Programs  :

Programming Priorities:

These are programs implemented by the Institute according to a time limit, in which priorities are taken into account, and resources are drawn to it to advance all components of its activity, academic, administrative, financial and service, and develop its internal and external natural environment, to achieve its declared goals.

 Programs include:

1/ Institute development programs:


Projects: – Improving the image and academic capabilities of the Institute 

Academic reform and development – curricula – new disciplines – raising the capabilities of workers.

Work environment: – structures and buildings – laboratories, library and machinery

Field Supply – Activating the programs of surveys and field research

 2/ Training programs:

It consists of several projects

A/ Internal projects:

Internal training project for professors, students and workers of the institute

Training project through understandings and partnerships with national authorities (with ministries, institutions and companies..)

Youth and women training projects

Training and Capacity Building Project for Grassroots Communities

Specialized training programs project, ready and committed to international standards (for exchange with regional and international training centers)

remote training project

Training resource database project (scientific sources, images, cultures…)

B/ External projects:

External training project for professors and students

A project to localize international training programs at the institute.

Project linking the institute with regional and international training centers

Project to promote the institute’s training programs, internally, regionally and internationally

Specialized training program exchange project (for exchange with regional and international training centers).

3/ Media and promotion programs:

– Publishing outstanding student research – Publishing new research – New introductory booklet and brochure – Periodic Forum – Publication of periodic forum research extracts – Renewing and revitalizing the website.

Open a window on different media

Technical consultancy and research  

4/ Information and Documentation: 

Data bank – Documenting disaster response and recovery – Building a database for specialists and disaster information – Post-disaster development – Entering local and international networks – Archiving the library electronically – Project bank – Exam bank – Graduate database.

  • Scientific committee gathering 



Department of Disaster, Crisis and Human Security Studies:               

Vision :

Leadership and excellence in disaster studies, crisis management and human security internally and globally

the message:

Qualifying distinguished graduates in these fields, able to work efficiently in areas related to the country and abroad. 

Serving the community through programs and activities aimed at spreading the concepts of safety and protection, reducing disaster risks and preserving the environment 

 Courses for the Department of Crisis and Human Security Studies:  


course  Semester 
Security in people’s lives and its importance in Islam level one    
An introduction to intellectual and human security (theory and practice) level one    
Introduction to natural disasters   level one    
Basics of aid and human security  level one    
The basics of conflict and peace   level one    
Human security and its dimensions in public international law  level one    
Media and issues of intellectual and human security  level one    
safety management   level one    
Introduction to health disasters   level one    
human security and development  level one    
Mechanisms for achieving human security  Second Level   
Disaster science basics    Second Level   
Human rights in Islam  Second Level   
Psychological and social security  Second Level   
Introduction to marine disasters   Second Level   
Ecology basics    Second Level   
strategic thought  Second Level   
human security theory Second Level   
Social solidarity in Islam Second Level   
Research methods in strategies and futures  The third level 
geopolitics  The third level 
social security  The third level 
Introduction to Sociology  The third level 
Natural Resources and Conflict  The third level 
Civil society organizations  The third level 
Immunization of the Muslim community against ideological invasion The third level 
Contemporary international problems  The third level 
International Relations   The third level 
Economic freedom in Islam and its impact on development fourth level
Objectives of Islamic Sharia  fourth level
Moderation, moderation and tolerance in Islam  fourth level
The media and educational institutions and their role in enhancing intellectual and human security  fourth level
unconventional security  fourth level
Statistics and research implementation  fourth level
international security  fourth level
The role of international NGOs in promoting human security  fourth level
Threats to human security  level five 
Intellectual security and its effects  level five 
seismic risk management  level five 
Crisis management approach and its applications  level five 
economic security  level five 
security strategy  level five 
Environmental Risk Management  level five 
Social relations between Muslims and non-Muslims level five 
Combating terrorism and protecting the infrastructure level five 
Contemporary intellectual doctrines, their role in societies, and the Muslim’s position on them level five 
future studies  Sixth level  
Human security and environmental challenges  Sixth level 
Disaster and crisis management work strategies  Sixth level 
Crisis management in public relations  Sixth level 
Health and medical matters in disaster management  Sixth level 
The role of information technology and systems in crisis and disaster management  Sixth level 
The impact of disasters on the economy and food security  Sixth level 
Islamic morals and noble morals Sixth level  
English language skills  Sixth level  
Studies in the Arabic language  Seventh level 
crisis management psychology  Seventh level 
The Islamic approach to crisis management  Seventh level 
Basic requirements for dealing with industrial disasters  Seventh level 
Studies in the Qur’an and Sunnah  Seventh level 
Studies in education and psychology  Seventh level
Previous studies on crisis management  Seventh level
The role of media planning in facing and managing crises  Seventh level
Strategic communication and its role in crisis management  Seventh level
The position of women between Islam and international laws Seventh level
Contemporary moral crisis and methods of treatment  Eighth level 
Islamic civilization, its foundations and means, images of Muslims’ applications to it, and glimpses of its impact on other nations Eighth level 
Mental health and self-care in times of crisis  Eighth level 
disaster risk management Eighth level 
Geographical studies and research Eighth level 
Climate and Climate Change Eighth level 
Human Security and the Media  Eighth level 
Islamic culture Eighth level 
Graduation research 




 Gathering and preparing the scientific committee:


Sunday 30/5/2021 AD



Diploma in Crime and Deviance:

Definition :

The specialization of delinquency and crime is one of the fields of psychology and includes axes in sociology and law, where it deals with the field of social work from a legal and psychological perspective, and the specialization deals with ways to reduce crimes and their social dimensions and means to treat them, and the specialization also deals (in general) with the progress of And the working mechanism of the criminal legal system

Program Goals:

This specialization aims to prepare specialists and researchers in the field of delinquency and crime and combat it to work in this humanitarian profession in its various fields, from various care and rehabilitation institutions (care centers for delinquent juveniles, correction and rehabilitation centers) as well as in centers and associations that deal with family protection.  

               Areas of work specializing in delinquency and criminology

law enforcement agencies

Work with various law enforcement and accountability institutions in advisory and applied fields, such as the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Criminal Investigation Department


Correction and rehabilitation centers

Work in correctional and rehabilitation centers for different age groups

Institutions of civil society

Work with civil society organizations and related organizations

social service institutions

Work with social service institutions in advisory and applied fields

Studies and Research Centers

Work with relevant studies and research centers in preparing reports and studies and publishing specialized scientific research        

Duration of study in the program  :

Two academic years divided into (4) semesters


 study plan:

First year  second year 
Introduction to psychology Victims of Crime
Investigations and forensic evidence Contemporary Social Defense Philosophy
Introduction to the law Criminal Psychology
The psychology of addiction Correctional Institutions Administration
human rights and development Crime and Prevention Law
Deviance and violence Fraud and general crime
criminal behavior Security and crime from an Islamic perspective
Ethical approaches to IT management  Behavioral and emotional disorders
Computer security and cybercrime Criminology field training
Investigations and forensic evidence Police Science
Field training/Deviation and crime Contemporary Security Issues


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Diploma in Crisis Management and Strategic Planning:

Definition :

The diploma seeks to achieve a main goal of trying to determine the necessary procedures for the various institutions and departments, starting with planning and preparing for crisis and disaster management and ending with confronting and controlling them. Administrative work environment and the pursuit of administrative organizations to achieve their goals Many crises occur and their severity varies according to their causes and contexts, and modern organizations do not wait until the crisis occurs to start planning to overcome it, but rather they are concerned with future planning to predict the crisis before it occurs, to deal with crises and treat the causes that may lead to them before they occur That is why employees are continuously trained on crisis management skills and dealing with them to achieve maximum effectiveness in dealing with them.

Here, we realize the importance of strategic future planning and the importance of providing administrative leaders with crisis management skills.

the message:

Leadership and excellence in providing participants with skills, knowledge, values, directions and abilities to deal with crises and disasters. 

Program Goals:

  1.   Using the scientific method as a method for dealing with crises and disasters as an inevitable necessity, so that it is always possible to confront any successive crises that may arise. 
  2.   Contribute to the preparation and qualification of working and aspiring cadres to work in crisis and disaster management
  3.   Dismantling crises in their early stages, which in turn will lead to increasing the level of stability and achieving social and security peace.
  4.   Benefit from local, regional and international experiences in handling and managing crises and disasters and ways to deal with them to reach distinguished and skilled human cadres in dealing with crises, and know how to strategic planning for crisis and disaster management. , during, after) the occurrence.
  5.   Developing the participants’ behaviors away from the random reaction method in dealing with crises and moving to the planning and scientific method in crisis and disaster management. 
  6.   Practical preparation of the participants through applied scenarios of crises and disasters that serve as a model that simulates reality and can be used in what is going through crises and disasters. 
  7.   Striving to provide participants with media skills (the crisis media) to provide correct and accurate information to the public regarding crises, situations and various decisions, in a sufficient amount and speed.


Alumni fields:

The program focuses on providing the graduate with a set of skills and abilities that will give him a competitive advantage to work in the following areas:

  1.   Security fields of various descriptions.
  2.   Private sector companies (industry, trade, services, insurance companies…etc).
  3.   The various administrative bodies of the state (educational institutions, security institutions, economic…etc.)
  4.   Civil society organizations, women’s activities centers, and women’s rights activists.
  5.   Municipalities, village councils and localities, and bodies concerned with dealing with risks, crises and disasters.
  6.   Work as trainers and qualified human cadres in the field of crisis and disaster management. 
  7.   Experts in crisis and disaster management in many fields. 
  8.   Consultants in various operating rooms within local, regional and international institutions


Duration of study in the program  :

An academic year divided into two (2) semesters                       

 study plan:

first chapter  Chapter II 
Psychological, social and media perspective on crises and disasters Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Center
Disaster management planning, relief and rescue work Strategic planning for crises and disasters
International Humanitarian Law and Crisis and Disaster Management Information and communication systems and decision support
Applied studies for crisis and disaster management scenarios Crisis and disaster management(2)
Crisis and disaster management(1) Crisis management tools
Crisis theories and patterns Characteristics and stages of crises
human rights and development Leadership and leadership in times of crises and disasters
Ethical approaches to IT management  Negotiation in crises and emergency situations with practical applications
strategic planning for countries  Integrated approach to strategic planning
Lessons learned after crises Strategic planning for human resources in the public sector
A practical field training program in crisis and disaster management


Gathering and preparing the scientific committee 

June 3, 2021 AD





Bachelor’s Program in Community Development

Curriculum Objectives:

  • They comprehend the problems of society and the environment participating in solving them, guided by the comprehensive concept of community development, committed to the values ​​and proper behavior of the community.
  • Diagnose and treat social and economic problems at the individual, family and community levels with high capabilities.
  • Work on training others in their fields of specialization and expertise.
  • Managing development institutions at their various levels and locations and leading their teams.
  • Adaptation and harmony with the environment and the society in which he works and make maximum use of the available capabilities.
  • Conducting and participating in applied research for the upgrading of society.
  • Acquiring self-knowledge and benefiting from it in the comprehensive development of societies.
  • Commitment to religious values, ideals, ethics and professional behavior.
  • Proficiency in the Arabic language and one of the other dominant languages ​​(at a high level) in a way that enables them to follow and participate in practical developments .


First semester courses Second semester courses
Introduction to Sociology An introduction to rural sociology
Microeconomics Introduction to education and psychology
Introduction to political science An introduction to macroeconomics
Family jurisprudence and family studies Islamic Thought and Contemporary Concepts
Social Research Methods  Introduction to management science
Communication, media and guidance Mathematics and Applied Statistics
community development Principles of common law
field work(1) Islamic culture
intellectual security

Development from an Islamic perspective

Arabic language skills development and social change
English language field work(2)
Third semester courses Fourth semester courses
Agricultural Studies and Animal Husbandry development planning
development economics Environmental health and health education
social legislation Population Studies
Primary health care collaborative systems
Education and adult education Studies in women’s development 

Development in Islam Concepts, Curricula and Applications

Contemporary trends in sustainable development

field work (3) field work (4)

Islam’s view of work and its impact on development

Sustainable development is an integrative approach to the concepts of sustainability and its applications

family relationships

educational technologies

Fifth semester courses Sixth semester courses
Social Psychology Islam and community development
Native Administration comprehensive social development
family psychology Social Service
Development projects management  sustainable development in islam
The knowledge economy and its role in achieving sustainable development Social issues and problems 
urban sociology Cultural Sociology
Features of the Islamic society Special Topics in Development 
field work (5) local development projects 
Disaster and crisis management Research Methods
field work (6)
Seventh Semester Courses Eighth Semester Courses
Community development experiences, a comparative study Leadership and group psychology
Introduction to management, economics and sociology Sociology of organization and management
regional planning social planning
Development Project Management Planning and development programs – the comprehensive economy
Introduction to the computer Manpower Planning
Islam’s approach to building the individual and society The role of the Muslim individual in building society
anthropologist field work (8)
home safety Family, student and therapeutic counseling
field work (7) Graduation research





Scientific committee gathering 



Qualifying Diploma Program for Rural Development:               

– Vision :

That the department be a scientific, study and research center specialized in the field of teaching sociology and conducting research and applied social studies to serve the goals and solve the problems of the local community as part of the scientific research system in the community according to the latest international research and studies.


The department is interested in graduating technical cadres who are studying and able to carry out the work and tasks of the social researcher and social specialist in various social, technical and administrative fields, through academic, applied, field preparation and research rooms at the bachelor’s and postgraduate levels within the framework of ensuring that these research and studies are adapted to serve the objectives of the local community and work on Achieving its development and contributing to solving its problems


– Objectives:

The department aims to graduate students: 

1- Has the ability to deal with individuals and groups.

2- Has the ability to scientific observation and conduct research.

3- He has the ability to dialogue, debate and gain confidence.

4- Has the skill of analysis, interpretation and interviewing.

5- He has the ability to motivate students and enlighten them with their interests


7- Program decisions

 A- First year :

NS           course Theoretical number of hours
1 development theories  2
2 local development  2
3 small industries in the countryside  2
4 regional planning  2
5 rural social organizations  2
6 Find in education and science curricula psychology 2
6 Islam and civilizational awareness 2
7 Population in rural and urban  2
8 Developed societies  2
9 Rural Research Methods  2
10 Ethics in Islam between theory and practice 2
1 Society and family in Islam 2
12 Raising children in Islam 2
13 Human rights and crimes against humanity   2
14 social security 2
15th Islam and development 2
16 security strategy 2
17 Islamic culture and the challenges of the times 2
18 Muslim family foundations and principles 2
total of hours  


B – The second group:




NS           course Theoretical number of hours
1 Rural women and family development  2
2 rural social problems  2
3 village community culture  2
4 Social control in the countryside  2
5 Rural community medicine  2
6 Islamic jurisprudence in the care of children, youth and the Muslim community 2
7 social texts  2
8 Rural Development Administration  2
9 Design of research and rural projects  2
10 Rural projects evaluation  2
11 Computer and social statistics  2
12 Building an Islamic community 2
13 Development Obstacles 2
14 Islamic education and stages of growth 2
15th foundations of mental health 2
16 Parental care and its relationship to the personality of children 2
17 The effect of the family on the development of congenital judgment in children 2
18 The Muslim family and the contemporary family 2
Number of hours per week


Scientific committee gathering:


Friday 29/5/2021 AD



Professional Diploma Program in Community Development:               


Program definition:

Reducing educational losses, by providing opportunities for students who were not accepted in the field of university studies. Achieving the university’s policy of academic expansion by adding and developing new programs at the intermediate diploma level for the purpose of diversifying knowledge in them. Preparing and qualifying intermediate frameworks in the fields of economics, banking studies, applied statistics, and community development Business administration, accounting and finance, and filling the shortage of intermediary cadres in order to achieve economic and social development

The study period:

The program consists of four semesters 


Subject  the level 
English language
Introduction to the social sciences
human security theory
Economics Basics
General Mathematics
Computer Basics
Islamic knowledge sources
Introduction to rural development
Community Development
Immunization of the Muslim community against ideological invasion
Research methods in strategies and futures
principles of political science
Introduction to food science and nutrition
Macroeconomics basics
descriptive statistics
Introduction to rural development
Introduction to development economics
crimes against humanity
Society and family in Islam
development sociology
family sociology
social work
community Health
Statistics for the social sciences
The foundations of Arab Islamic thought
Introduction to development economics
Rural Sociology
electronic scales
Civil Society and Development
technology and development
Microeconomics Basics
Management Basics
The purposes of Islamic Sharia
rural development planning
Adult Education
Rural Projects Evaluation
media and development
The origins and methods of Islamic education at home, school and society
intellectual security
future studies
Contemporary intellectual doctrines, their role in societies, and the Muslim’s position on them
Population Studies
Fundamentals of Financial Accounting  
Topics in environment and development
social security
Contemporary international problems

Preparing the scientific committee 


Thursday: May 28, 2021 AD


Professional Diploma in Civil Society Organizations Management:               

From the standpoint of social responsibility towards the community and its civil institutions, the specialized professional diploma program in the management of civil society organizations was created in a development partnership between the university and civil society institutions, and it is a qualitative addition in the field of professional programs specialized in community development

the message:

Assisting in the rehabilitation and training of workers in NGOs and civil society organizations to add new work horizons.


Preparing and qualifying development, administrative and community cadres that contribute to building and comprehensive development.

Raising the efficiency of workers in public and private institutions in various administrative skills.

Strengthening cooperation between the various academic institutions on the one hand and civil and local civil society institutions in the field of strategic development.

Promoting the concepts of democracy and human rights through the exchange of knowledge and cultures by the participants.

Providing graduates with scientific knowledge and applied skills to achieve a fit with the labor market’s need of qualified graduates and the ability to contribute to achieving comprehensive development.



chapter one  Chapter II 
Business Administration and Administrative Skills Human Resource Management
Civil society organizations and development Strategic Planning
Psychological health Networking and community mobilization
Preparing project proposals and managing funding Project management
Service Marketing Skills Computer applications in project management
Financial Resources Management The role of civil society organizations in supporting comprehensive development
Professional English  Practical Training and Graduation Project




Gathering and preparing the scientific committee 

Wednesday: June 2, 2021 AD






Bachelor in Family Sciences and Human Rights: 

study plan

                      Detail of the study program (126 credit hours) : 


NS Requirement type Credit hours
1 General requirements 30
2 family science requirements 36
3 Specialization Requirements 60
Total Graduation Requirements 126

First: General university requirements 

(30 credits)


course name Credit hours
Islamic studies  3
Arabic (1) 2
Arabic language (2) 2
Introduction to mental health 3
English Language (1) 2
English language (2) 2
Introduction to computer 3
Introduction to Psychology 2
Introduction to Sociology 2
family jurisprudence  3
Social Research Methods 2
Social and family problems 2
human rights  2


Second: the requirements of family sciences

 (36 credit hours)

Compulsory courses 

(30 credits)


course name Credit hours
human rights 3
family resource management 3
child rearing 3
family sociology 3
growth psychology 3
family jurisprudence 3
Introduction to food science and nutrition 3
family health care 3
The art of women’s beauty 3
Design and implementation of clothes 3


Elective courses:

(6 credits)


course name Credit hours
Introduction to the science of jurisprudence and its origins 2
Islamic education  2
Introduction to the Qur’an and Sunnah 2
home interior design 2
Indoor sports 2
Culinary art and kitchen management 2
educational psychology  2

Human rights specialization requirements

Compulsory Courses (54 credits)

course name Credit hours
Introduction to the study of law 3
principles of international law 3
International humanitarian law 3
The Constitutional law 3
General Penal Code 3
human trafficking law 3
Child Rights 3
Women’s rights in international legislation and treaties 3
Defendant’s guarantees 3
Consumer rights 3
Personal Status Law 1

jurisprudence of marriage

Personal Status Law2

Divorce and its effects

Personal Status Law 3

Wills, inheritances, and endowments

Rights of people with special needs (people of determination) 3
environmental human rights 3
Labor law and social legislation 3
Field Training 3
Graduation Project 3


Elective courses:


(6 credits)


course name Credit hours
Civil associations and institutions of public interest 2
jurisprudence of transactions 2
criminology 2
intellectual security 2
Islamic education and morals 2



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Collection and preparation: Scientific Committee


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