كلية علوم البحار

College of Marine and Environmental
Sciences, Department of Environmental Sciences

 

college message

  • Preparing scientifically qualified human cadres to work in the public and private sectors in the various fields of marine sciences for the bachelor’s and master’s levels
  • Conducting basic and applied research in the field of marine sciences
  • Follow-up of various marine phenomena and their regional effects, and the study of the marine environment in the Republic of Somalia
  • The study of marine resources for the purpose of optimal use
  • Holding seminars, conferences and specialized scientific courses
  • Cooperating with scientific institutions and national, Arab and international bodies related to marine sciences by providing scientific and technical advice

Community service by

  • Contribute to environmental awareness in cooperation with national, Arab and international institutions and bodies
  • Contribute to campaigns to clean beaches and coral reefs and organize programs to preserve and protect the marine environment
  • Contribute to awareness and optimal investment of resources
  • Holding training courses in the field of marine sciences and marine environment for the relevant sectors of society

college vision

  • Excellence in higher education and training programs in the marine sciences
  • Quality in scientific research to serve national and international concerns
  • A methodology in exploring marine resources to support the national economy
  • Programs to protect the marine environment to serve the community

College goals

  • Providing distinguished higher education in the fields of marine sciences and studies for Somali and non-Somali youth for those who wanted to specialize in this science and study it to support the community’s needs in various maritime authorities
  • Training of employees of government agencies and the private sector in the maritime fields
  • Carrying out scientific research in a systematic and integrated manner using follow-up and simulation techniques (modeling) and playing a key role in encouraging research and development in the field of marine sciences.
  • Establishing regional and international cooperation in education and research
  • Keeping abreast of the latest technological developments
  • Preparing and issuing community awareness publications

Dean’s word

Marine sciences has become one of the most important applied sciences in our modern age, as it is mainly concerned with studying the seas and oceans, which occupy most of the area of ​​our planet in which we live by 71%. resources using optimal scientific methods.

If we look at the sources of mineral wealth on land, we find that they are starting to run out as a result of the greatness of their exploitation to meet the increasing requirements of the world’s population, whose number has doubled over the years, while we find that the sea’s balance of these minerals is almost constant, and the world has begun to turn to the sea as a huge mine for most minerals and chemical elements. Also, energy sources began to diminish on the ground, and the world is currently searching for alternatives, including exploiting sea waves, tides, and large ocean water temperature differences between the surface and the depths to produce energy. In short, the sea is currently the most important source of food, minerals, fresh water and energy, and this is the reason for the interest of the developed countries in studying the seas and oceans and spending generously on research programs aimed at exploring and exploiting their living and non-living wealth through prestigious universities that study marine sciences in various specializations.

In addition to the aforementioned disciplines, the maritime transport industry has developed, and the important disciplines in marine sciences and the important disciplines in maritime transport have been integrated, and the approval of the Supreme Council of the University was issued at its meeting to establish the Department of Maritime Studies with its three divisions: Navigation and Maritime Surveying, Marine Engineering, Ports and Maritime Transport,.

Faculty of Marine and Environmental Sciences Department: Zoology and Entomology

 

– Introduction to the department:

 Zoology is one of the branches of biology or biology, which is the science that deals with the study of animals in terms of structure, function, ways of living, and the transmission of genetic traits through successive generations.The department teaches various branches of zoology such as physiology, histology, tissue chemistry, embryology, taxonomy of vertebrates and invertebrates, ecology, cell biology, cell biology, genetics, fish biology, comparative anatomy of vertebrates, parasitology, and biology. Insects for undergraduate students using the credit-hour system. The department also teaches graduate students (diploma, master’s, and doctorate) with credit-hours system in various disciplines such as a postgraduate diploma in applied biological analysis, medical and veterinary insects, a specialized postgraduate diploma in science Advanced biological and environmental, and master’s and doctorate of philosophy degrees in sciences in specializations: physiology, immunity and environment, protozoa and parasites, cell and tissue biology and tissue chemistry, insects, evolutionary biology and classification of vertebrates and embryos, and invertebratesPhysiology, immunity and environment, protozoa and parasites, cell and tissue biology and tissue chemistry, insects, evolutionary biology and classification of vertebrates and embryos, invertebratesPhysiology, immunity and environment, protozoa and parasites, cell and tissue biology and tissue chemistry, insects, evolutionary biology and classification of vertebrates and embryos, invertebrates

2- Objectives of the program

The dual-specialized “Chemistry Marine Sciences” program mainly aims to graduate scientific cadres familiar with the basics and skills of marine biology, in addition to the basics and skills of chemistry, allowing the graduate the ability to deal with the aspects of integration between the two branches of biological and chemical sciences, making it easier for him to understand the chemical foundations of the natural phenomena of the environment. The seas and oceans (the external environment of organisms), on the one hand, and the natural phenomena related to the adaptation and physiology of marine organisms (the internal environment) on the other hand, and the combination of these two specializations comes to increase the scientific competence of the graduate to meet the needs of different fields of work and also to keep pace with the accelerating technological rhythm, which is almost dissolving breaks between the different branches of science.

The marine sciences chemistry program includes the following objectives:

– Study the basics of marine biology and the science of biology and ecology of fish.

2- Studying the basics of marine and physical chemistry in parallel with studying the basics of organic and biological chemistry.

3- Understand many disciplines related to marine sciences, including the physical and chemical properties of water and the composition and properties of the seabed.

4- Producing scientific cadres trained in dealing with field studies of aquatic environments for a deeper understanding of various marine phenomena and their impact on organisms.

5- Expanding the applied and economic study to benefit from the water wealth of the country by studying the development of marine resources and the cultivation and manufacture of marine products.

 

       A graduate of marine sciences, chemistry, works in many fields of work, especially in the context of expansion in the field of biotechnology.

       And career options can include the following employers: educational and academic research institutions, nature reserves and remote sensing, in addition to job opportunities in companies operating in many fields, including: fish farms, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food and agriculture, chemistry, biology, environmental consultancy, and marine life.

Specifications of a graduate of the marine sciences chemistry program.

Knowing, understanding and recognizing the different levels of organismal organisms in marine animals.

Knowledge and understanding of the general chemical, physical and biological properties of compounds, water and organisms, respectively.

Acquires modern marine subjects and techniques.

Understands the basic biochemical processes of living organisms and their ecosystems.

Apply chemical knowledge and scientific rules to solve difficult environmental problems.

Designing and conducting practical experiments and analyzing and interpreting the results.

Ability to work in groups with different specializations.

Understand his professional and ethical obligations.

The ability to communicate effectively and effectively with the work group

 

        2) The intended educational outcomes of the program

Knowledge and comprehension skills

                  A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in marine sciences chemistry can be able to:

A-1) Recognize the ways and stages that contribute to the different ecosystems.

A-2) Recognize the life cycle of some types of animals represented at different levels, starting from the cell to the whole organism.

A-3) Recognize, understand and remember the theories applied to the analysis and interpretation of marine biological and chemical information.

A-4) Recognize the characteristics of species representing the marine environment at different levels, starting from the cell to the whole organism.

A-5. Recognize the methods of vital activity and chemistry of life of different aquatic organisms.

A-6). Recognize the principles and characteristics of the different sciences that are related and related to them. Language and computers.

 

mental skills

A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in marine sciences and chemistry can be able to:

B-1) Interpret diverse biological and chemical knowledge and apply different approaches to solving problems.

B-2) formulates the data, and chooses the appropriate mechanism to put it within the appropriate theoretical framework

B-3) Assessing the impact of marine organisms and the chemistry of sea and river waters, as well as the geological nature of the bottom soil on the ecosystem and the relationship between them.

B-4) Evaluating the ecosystem in terms of conservation, economic return and sustainability

B-5) Analyzing biological and chemical information and dealing with scientific results in more than one way and form.

B-6) Understand the diversity of biological processes through the study of the molecular and cellular structures and the biological processes of some representative organisms

Professional and practical skills

A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in marine sciences and chemistry can be able to:

T-1) Fluent in using modern methods and techniques in preparing, processing, interpreting and displaying data.

T-2) Fluent field skills in dealing with information and concepts for marine biology as well as research work.

T-3) Solve a specific problem using a set of formulas and mechanisms, which include the computer and other scientific innovations.

C-4) collects, records, and analyzes data and uses appropriate methods for this work in the field or laboratory

Taking into account the moral responsibility.

T-5) He is fluent in the use of autopsy tools in identifying the different animal body systems that represent the marine environment.

T-6) Proficient in the use of laboratory tools in conducting various analyzes and measurements

T-7) He is fluent in distinguishing between the types of microscopes and how to use them to identify the types and structures of the represented organisms

 

General skills

A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in marine sciences chemistry can be able to:

:

D-1) Fluent in using information and communication technology efficiently.

D-2) Fluent in roles and responsibilities and ways to achieve them.

D-3) thinks independently, performs tasks and solves problems using methods based on scientific foundations.

D-4) Fluent in team work and the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with good time management.

D-5) Fluent in self-learning and continuing education.

D-6) Fluent in dealing with scientific inventions, taking into account intellectual property rights.

 

Study plan of the Department of Animal Sciences:

study plan:

 

Study plan for obtaining a bachelor’s degree (university degree) in the Department of Animal Sciences  Degree name (in Arabic): Bachelor’s degree (university degree) in animal sciences Degree name (in English): B.Sc. in zoology   
 


 
A- Components of the plan

    The study plan for the bachelor’s degree (university degree) in animal sciences consists of (144) credit hours distributed as follows : 

RM course number of units
1 Department requirements from the university (general requirements) 13
2 Department requirements from the college (supporting requirements) 21
3 Department Specialized Requirements (Compulsory) 101
4 Optional Department Requirements 07
total 142

 

First: Supporting Courses:

RM Course Code Course name in Arabic Course name in English units The number of hours NS. former
theoretical my work
1 AS112 general chemistry General Chemistry 4 3 3
2 AS113 organic chemistry Organic Chemistry 3 2 2 AS112
3 AS207 analytical chemistry Analytical Chemistry 3 2 3 AS113
4 AS208 Biochemistry Biochemistry 3 2 3 AS207
5 AS108 general sport General Mathematics 3 3
6 AS111 Biostatistics Biostatistics 2 2 AS108
7 AS109 general physics General Physics 3 3 2
total 21      

 

 

Second: Specialized and non-specialist (compulsory) department requirements:

 

RM Course Code Course name in Arabic Course name in English units The number of hours NS. former
theoretical my work
1 ZO 101 Zoology I Zoology I 4 3 3
2 ZO 111 Zoology II Zoology II 4 3 3 ZO101
3 ZO 112 scientific english Scientific English 2 2 UR102
4 ZO 201 The science of lower invertebrates Lower Invertebrates 4 3 3 ZO111
5 ZO 202 cytology Cytology 3 2 3 ZO111
6 ZO 211 The science of animal diversity Bio Diversity 4 3 3 ZO111
7 ZO 212 Chordates Chordates 3 2 3 ZO111
8 ZO 213 The science of higher invertebrates Higher Invertebrates 4 3 3 ZO201
9 ZO 214 Histology Histology 3 2 3 ZO202
10 ZO 215 animal technology Zoo techniques 2 1 3 ZO214
11 ZO 301 Physiology I Physiology I 4 3 3 ZO111
12 ZO 302 marine ichthyology Marine Fisheries 3 2 3 ZO212
13 ZO 303 general entomology General Entomology 3 2 3 ZO213
14 ZO 304 vertebrate science Vertebrates 3 2 3 ZO212
15th ZO 305 Genetics Genetics 3 2 3 ZO202
16 ZO 311 Physiology II Physiology II 4 3 3 ZO301
17 ZO 312 Parasitology Parasitology 3 2 3 ZO201
18 ZO 313 marine ecology Marine Ecology 3 2 3 ZO302

BO208

19 ZO 314 Medical Microbiology Medical Microbiology 3 2 3 BO201
20 ZO 315 Molecular genetics Molecular Genetics 3 2 3 ZO305
21 ZO 401 Comparative anatomy Comparative Anatomy 4 3 3 ZO212

ZO304

22 ZO 402 Embryology Embryology 3 2 3 ZO212

ZO304

23 ZO 403 endocrinology Endocrinology 3 2 3 ZO301

ZO311

24 ZO 404 search methods Research Methods 2 2
25 ZO 405 Insect taxonomy Systematic entomology 3 2 3 ZO303
26 ZO 411 desert environment Desert Ecology 3 2 3 BO208
27 ZO 412 Evolution Evolution zoogeogy 2 2 1 ZO304

ZO212

28 ZO 413 Comparative Physiology Comparative Physiology 3 2 3 ZO311

ZO301

29 BO102 Botany II Botany II 4 3 3
30 BO201 Introduction to Microbiology Introduction in Microbiology 4 3 3 BO102
31 BO208 Ecology basics Principles of Ecology 3 2 3 BO102
32 BO202 human rights
33 BO207 Islamic culture 
34 ZO 433 Ethics and Islamic Education 
35 ZO 430 Studies in the biography of the Prophet
36 ZO 414 Graduation research Project 2 After passing 110 units
total 101      

 

Third: Elective Department Requirements:

 

RM Course Code Course name in Arabic Course name in English units The number of hours NS. former
theoretical my work
1 Zo316 toxicology Toxicology 2 2 1 ZO303
2 Zo317 animal ecology Animal Ecology 2 2 1 BO208
3 Zo406 Hematology and Immunology Helminthology+immunology 2 2 ZO301

ZO314

4 Zo407 animal behavior science Animal Behaviour 2 2 ZO301

ZO311

5 Zo415 medical entomology Medical Entomology 3 2 3 ZO303
6 Zo416 Applied Entomology Applied Entomology 3 2 3 ZO303
total 14      
The student is obliged to choose (six [7] credits) during his study period

 

Thank God that His grace is righteous ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Preparation and assembly of the scientific committee     

Monday: May 17, 2021 AD

Faculty of Environment and Marine Sciences, Department of Geology: 

The Department of Geology is one of the scientific departments in the college:

Geology Department Courses:

The section aims to:

Competition in providing distinguished higher education, qualitative training, and original research production in the fields of basic and applied sciences, as well as a major scientific and research center for community development based on integrating a culture of total quality and continuous improvement, and contributing to scientific development through trained and qualified scientific competencies that are responsible for leading development Big and fast technology and the localization of modern technology.

the first group :

chapter one  Chapter II 
geology Environmental microbiology
General Biological Sciences (1) General Biological Sciences (2)
Vegetarian environment + economic plant invertebrates
Mineralogy and Economic Resources sedimentary rocks + synthetic geology
Cell Science + Molecular Biology stratigraphy and earth history
animal physiology Parasitology and Immunology
Islamic culture intellectual security

the second band :

chapter one  Chapter II 
Albumin and Volcanology sedimentary rocks + synthetic geology
Cell Science + Molecular Biology stratigraphy and earth history
human rights general biology
Parasitology and Immunology The entrance to the study of Sharia
geophysics Earth materials + economic geology
Environmental geology + astronomy Biological and geological sciences (space and solar system)
biodiversity Scientific Miracles in the Qur’an and the Sunnah
geophysics Mining geology

Third Division :

chapter one  Chapter II 
Remote Sensing Biological and geological sciences: environmental geology + geology of Egypt
Biological and Geological Sciences (Human Biology) Biological and geological sciences: insects, parasites and the environment
computer field geophysics
Arabic linguistics Petroleum geology and subsurface geology
Biological and Geological Sciences (Cell and Molecular Biology + Embryos) marine geology
Biological and Geological Sciences: Fundamentals of Microbiology + Biotechnology intellectual security
practical general chemistry soil sciences

Fourth squad:

chapter one  Chapter II 
Petroleum geology geological survey
English language practical general physics
Practical Analytical Chemistry soil mechanics and sciences
fine excavations Hydrogeology
general physics Economic geology
Information Systems crystallography
Research Methodology summer practical training
Islamic Ethics Graduation Project

 

 

Faculty of Environment and Marine Sciences, Department of Marine Geology: 

Introduction to the department:

The Department of Marine Geology is one of the main departments in the College of Marine and Environmental Sciences. It organizes its interests to focus on studying the geology of coastal, marine and sedimentary areas, to keep pace with the increasing need for preparing and graduating national cadres specialized in marine aspects, in addition to basic geological aspects. The department’s curriculum has been prepared to meet the requirements of the labor market. Marine geology works, as well as providing the student with the necessary information about surface and ground water resources and how to investigate and explore them using geological, geochemical and various geophysical methods, in addition to studying the forms of pollution and the role of different sediments in that.

Department goals:

1- Preparing and qualifying specialized scientific competencies from national cadres in the field of marine geology and providing them with modern and advanced scientific concepts and ideas in this aspect, in order to meet the needs of the various sectors for such specializations.

2- Developing scientific knowledge and developing scientific research through conducting specialized scientific studies and research in marine geological aspects, and providing students with the skills necessary to perform their professional and scientific role in various fields that help them to be self-reliant, adaptable, and positively interact with changes in the work environment and outside it.

3- Providing scientific consultations closely related to geological phenomena and structures, as well as academic scientific research. 

4- Encouraging scientific research to become familiar with the geological and environmental aspects

Courses for the Department of Marine Geology:

the first group :

chapter one  Chapter II 
General Biology (1) General Biology (2)
General Chemistry ( 1 ) General Chemistry (2)
General Mathematics general physics
English language computer
general environment Marine Neighborhoods Entrance
Maritime law topography
Islamic culture intellectual security

the second band :

chapter one  Chapter II 
organic chemistry environmental pollution
air pollution Marine Chemistry Introduction (1)
human rights Hydrology
marine geology entry Environmental Studies
Regional marine sciences coastal water chemistry
The chemistry of marine resources Radiochemistry of the seas
Fresh and salt water environment Scientific Miracles in the Qur’an and the Sunnah

Third Division :

chapter one  Chapter II 
Marine Chemistry Introduction (2) marine biochemistry
marine organic chemistry Environmental Chemistry
Remote Sensing water treatment methods
Waste pollution and its management downstream chemistry
Meteorology and marine navigation Automated Analytical Chemistry
marine pollution Arabic
Fresh and salt water chemistry oil pollution

Fourth squad:

chapter one  Chapter II 
Reducing environment chemistry Analytical chemistry of sea water
Pollution of regional seas pollution chemistry
coastal area management Volumetric Analytical Chemistry
The science of surface and groundwater subsurface geology
oceanography synthetic geology
engineering geology physical chemistry
Research Methodology field training
Islamic Ethics Graduation research

College of Marine and Environmental Sciences – Department of Marine and Fish Sciences: 

Definition of the department:

The Division of Marine and Fish Sciences is a branch of biological sciences concerned with the study of marine life and related topics at all levels, starting from the organism to the animal and plant communities as well as ecosystems. The study of wildlife encourages an understanding of many disciplines related to marine sciences, including physical and chemical characteristics. Water at different levels of structures, and also covers biostatistics, bioinformatics and related advanced technologies, and marine sciences is concerned with studying the basic biological processes of fish, which include organ functions, breathing, metabolism, movement, sensation, and digestion, and marine sciences is interested in studying aspects Environmental, which includes the ecosystem from several concepts, including protection, economy, use, interaction, competition and overlap between the elements of this system, and is concerned with the study of marine phenomena and their impact on organisms, as well as development, cultivation and industrialization, and all its money is linked to theseTopics The study of marine sciences contributes to providing a lot of basic information for a wide range of disciplines: such as the areas of water, energy, mineral wealth, petroleum, pharmacy and agriculture. It also contributes effectively to human health, the main component of the wealth of nations. A marine science graduate works in many fields of work, especially within the framework of Expansion in the field of biotechnology, and career options may include the following employers: educational and academic research institutions, nature reserves and remote sensing, in addition to job opportunities in companies operating in many fields, including: fish farms, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food and agriculture, chemistry, biology and environmental consultancy , marine life.Such as the areas of water, energy, mineral wealth, petroleum, pharmacy and agriculture. They also contribute effectively to human health, the main component of the wealth of nations. A graduate of marine sciences works in many fields of work, especially in the context of expansion in the field of biotechnology, and career options can include the following employers: Institutions Educational and academic research, nature reserves and remote sensing, in addition to job opportunities in companies operating in many fields, including: fish farms, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food and agriculture, chemistry, biology, environmental consultancy, and marine life.Such as the areas of water, energy, mineral wealth, petroleum, pharmacy and agriculture. They also contribute effectively to human health, the main component of the wealth of nations. A graduate of marine sciences works in many fields of work, especially in the context of expansion in the field of biotechnology, and career options can include the following employers: Institutions Educational and academic research, nature reserves and remote sensing, in addition to job opportunities in companies operating in many fields, including: fish farms, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food and agriculture, chemistry, biology, environmental consultancy, and marine life.Academic research and educational institutions, nature reserves and remote sensing, in addition to job opportunities in companies operating in many fields, including: fish farms, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food and agriculture, chemistry, biology, environmental consultancy, and marine life.Academic research and educational institutions, nature reserves and remote sensing, in addition to job opportunities in companies operating in many fields, including: fish farms, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food and agriculture, chemistry, biology, environmental consultancy, and marine life.

Vision:

Excellence and leadership in the study of marine and fish sciences.

the message:

 Training and preparing specialized scientific cadres in the various fields of marine sciences, aquaculture, aquariums, surveying, marine navigation and water resource conservation, and training others on the latest devices and methods in the fields of monitoring and combating pollution of the marine environment, and paying attention to the study of biology, whether animal or plant, with varying degrees in size, quality and livelihood. and feeding.               

Objectives :

1- Getting to know the living marine wealth found in marine waters and identifying its characteristics, and familiarity with the method of fishing methods and marine biology to ensure achieving the highest fishing rates while preserving the fish stock from extinction through a course (Fishing Equipment).

2- Knowing the rules and foundations of organizing and managing fisheries through a course (Biology and Fisheries Management).

3- Knowing the rules and foundations of aquaculture for marine organisms (fish, crustaceans, and sea creatures) through the course (fish farming).

4- Studying the methods of preserving and processing fish and marine life through a course (fish processing).

5- Studying the importance of marine life and exploiting it not only as food, but also as raw materials for many medical and pharmaceutical industries and other uses through the course (Marine Wealth), in addition to the students making frequent scientific trips over the years of their studies to the coasts of the sea to see and train on collecting models and standardizing The relationship between the student and his field of study.

Accordingly, graduates of the Department of Marine Biology and Fisheries have the ability to work in all areas of marine sciences, especially marine biology, its cultivation, harvesting and conservation.

Specifications of a graduate of the marine sciences program .

Knowing, understanding and recognizing the different levels of organismal organisms in marine animals.

Distinguish between the different levels in the ecosystems and societies of the organism under study.

Acquires modern marine topics and techniques.

Understand the basic biological processes of living organisms and their ecosystems.

Applying scientific knowledge and rules to solve difficult environmental problems.

Designing and conducting practical experiments and analyzing and interpreting the results.

Ability to work in groups with different specialties.

Understand his professional and ethical obligations.

Ability to communicate effectively and effectively with the work group.

The intended educational outcomes of the program

 A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in private marine sciences can be able to:

1) Recognize the ways and stages that contribute to different ecosystems.

2) Recognize the life cycle of some types of marine animals represented at different levels, starting from the cell to the whole organism.

3) Recognize and understand the theories applied to the analysis and interpretation of information relevant to the study topics

4) Recognize the characteristics of representative species of fish and most marine animals

5) Recognize the ways of biological activity of different animal organisms.

6). Recognize the principles and characteristics of the various sciences related to the relationship between them, language and computer.

As for the mental skills: A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in private marine sciences can be able to:

 

1) Interprets diverse marine knowledge and applies different methods to solve problems

2) Formulates the data, and chooses the appropriate mechanism to put it within the appropriate theoretical framework

3) Evaluation of the impact of animal organisms on the marine ecosystem and the relationship between them.

4) Evaluating the ecosystem in terms of conservation, economic return and sustainability

5) Analyzing information and dealing with scientific results in more than one way and form.

6) Understand the diversity of biological processes by studying the biological processes of some fish and invertebrates

As for professional and practical skills

A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in private marine sciences can be able to:

1) Choosing the most appropriate methods and modern technologies in: preparing, processing, interpreting and displaying data.

2) Fluent in dealing with information and concepts for marine sciences, as well as mental skills in research work.

3) It solves a specific problem using a set of formulas and mechanisms, which include the computer and other scientific innovations.

4) Collects, records and analyzes data and uses appropriate methods for this work in field exercises, taking into account ethical responsibility.

 

5) Fluent in distinguishing between the types of microscopes and how to use them to identify the types of micro-animals that live in the water, as well as identifying the different structures of marine animals

As for general skills

A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in private marine sciences can be able to:

1) Fluent in using information and communication technology efficiently.

2) Fluent in roles and responsibilities and ways to achieve them.

3) He thinks independently, performs tasks and solves problems using methods based on scientific foundations.

4) Fluent in team work, ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with good time management.

5) Fluent in self-learning and continuing education.

6) Fluent in dealing with scientific inventions, taking into account intellectual property rights.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courses – Department of Marine and Fish Sciences:

 

the first group :

chapter one  Chapter II 
Climate change Marine life
General Chemistry ( 1 ) General Biology (1)
aqua physiology oceanography
algae science ichthyology and classification
English Language Arabic Language
Islamic studies Scientific Miracles in the Quran and Sunnah

 

 

the second band :

chapter one  Chapter II 
marine zoology marine ecosystems
marine biology fish technology
human rights Marine Ecology and Ecosystems
General Biology (2) General Chemistry ( 2 )
general geology general physics
Estuarine and freshwater science Islamic culture
marine resources GIS

 

Third Division :

chapter one  Chapter II 
fish biology Aquaculture
Marine Neighborhoods Entrance Meteorology and marine navigation
Biostatistics world marine invertebrates
marine chemistry introduction life chemistry
Maritime law environmental pollution
hydrography of traps marine riches
Integrated Coastal Zone Management marine geology entry
Bottom and coral reefs environment marine plankton science

 

Fourth squad:

chapter one  Chapter II 
higher marine invertebrates fish physiology
fish farming fish microbiology
fishing gear Biology and fisheries management
Fish food and nutrition Marine plant ecology and taxonomy
Fish trading and marketing fish behavior
fish diseases Methods and methods of scientific research
Biogeography of seas and oceans Remote Sensing
Reptiles, birds and marine mammals Islamic Ethics
fish genetics field training
Graduation research
Description of the courses for the marine chemistry department

         The department’s specialized courses

Introduction to marine pollution

Defining pollution and studying the types of marine pollutants, including a brief summary of: their sources and fate, management and control, their impact on marine organisms and life, and their dangers to humans.

The dynamics of marine ecosystems

Processes with dimensions less than 1 km: changes in the physical composition of the water column (mixing layer depth) and its effect on phytoplankton and zooplankton – spring flowering mechanism of phytoplankton – impacts of the aquatic boundary layer on phytoplankton (swimming, drowning), zooplankton (feeding) and benthic biota (Drag), processes with dimensions from 1 to 1000 km: the phenomenon of coastal eruption and its effects on both productivity (primary and secondary) and fish – Internal waves as a pump for nutrient salts and their role in collecting and transporting plant and animal plankton – The vital importance of all types of water fronts (mixing tides, seas sidewalk). Operations with dimensions greater than 1000 km:

Oceanographic data processing

Data entry, storage and retrieval – Methods of graphic representation and their uses in interpreting data – Types of data errors and ways to correct and remove them – Methods for filling the gaps between data – Basic statistical values ​​- Linear regression and correlation – Programming principles

marine biogeochemistry

characterization of pain

Biogeochemical cycle – Theories used to justify the constancy of the chemical composition of seas and oceans – Changes at the interfaces: ocean/land (transportation of sediments and solutes through estuaries) – ocean/atmosphere (exchange of gases and solids) – sediments/water (interaction at the interface between estuaries) Sediment and water grains and distribution factor) – Biology/Water – Determinants of biological growth and their distributions – Interaction between carbon, oxygen and sulfur

. Introduction to remote sensing in the marine environment

 

Remote Sensing Principle, Remote Sensing History, Remote Sensing Physics, Satellite Platform System, Satellite Sensor Technology, Satellite Image Processing, Satellites with Marine Applications

Introduction to Integrated Coastal Zone Management

Understanding the coastal zone environment – ​​The economic role of coastal zones – Pressures on coastal zones – Human-induced changes in coastal zones – Assessment of coastal zone reactions – Urgency and potential benefit of integrated coastal zone management – ​​Environmentally sensitive coastal zone planning – Sustainable coastal development

Field and collaborative training

The specificity of working on scientific ships – Determining the objectives of the field study – Determining the dimensions of the study area and the distribution of stations in it – Choosing the appropriate devices with appropriate specifications – Choosing the best ways to transfer devices to the study area – The basic requirements for data collection and their relationship to the spatio-temporal dimensions of the phenomena measured in the field of study

Compulsory courses for the Department of Marine Chemistry

marine chemistry

 

Chemical and physical properties of the pure water molecule- Effect of salinity on the chemical and physical properties of water molecules- Interactions between ions in sea water- Acid-base reactions- Reactions of complexes- Oxidation-reduction reactions- Dissolved gases

. marine analytical chemistry

Counting analytical errors and collecting samples – Basics of spectroscopy, fluorescence, flame spectroscopy, plasma emission, atomic absorption, electrochemical techniques including polarography and ion selective electrodes – Chromatography methods and applications – Mass spectrometry and its applications

marine organic chemistry

The importance of organic matter in the marine environment – its sources – primary productivity in sea water. Division of organic matter (dissolved or suspended) and its components- Distribution and fate of organic components- Interactions between organic matter and minerals in the marine environment- Natural halogenated organic compounds and organosulfur compounds in seawater- Chemistry of humic materials in seawater

. coastal water chemistry

Introducing the coastal areas in terms of: their borders – their importance – the pressures they are exposed to due to their location. The natural and chemical characteristics of the coastal areas, with a focus on the role of surface reactions due to the high concentration of suspended substances. The course deals with one of the most important features of the coastal areas and the most important transitional water bodies between the land and the ocean (estuaries) and deals with (types – water circulation in them – residence time – movement of materials across the estuary/ocean boundary – behavior of dissolved elements – pictures of some dissolved components

marine pollution

Marine pollution is an important issue today. There are many ways in which pollutants enter the marine environment. The course gives an idea of ​​the pollutants (organic wastes – oil spills – metals – halogenated hydrocarbons – radioactive waste – solid waste and heat) in terms of their sources, problems resulting from them, their impact, their fate in the marine environment and the methods used to mitigate or remove their harmful effects

marine biochemistry

Photochemical reactions – Effect of the marine environment on photochemical reactions – Metabolism modification (the representation of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins) in marine animals – Biochemical modifications accompanying diving – Nutritional modification in light of oxygen deficiency – Biochemical sensing in marine animals – The effect of the marine environment on hormones action – Adaptation Marine biology with estuarine waters – the structure and composition of calcareous tissues in marine biology and its relationship to calcium representation

marine geochemistry

The origin and chemical history of the Earth’s oceans: suspended matter – interstitial waters – the chemistry of marine separators (air / water – water / sediment) – formation and sedimentation (nodes and bulbs – calcium carbonate – iron / manganese – phosphorous white and salts).

A general study on the origin of hot spurs: their locations – the theory of marine spurs formation – physicochemical properties of hot spurs and their interaction with sea water – mineralization – comparison of four different thermal systems (Galapagos – 21 N and E Pacific Ridge – Guames Basin in the Gulf of California – Red Sea Hot Valleys ) 

An extensive study of the hot, salty valleys of the Red Sea: their discovery – their number and geographical locations – their physical, chemical and geochemical properties – the riches inherent in them and their economic exploitation

Special topics in marine chemistry

Coordination with specialists from various bodies such as Saudi Aramco – the General Organization for Water Desalination – Sanitation Authority – the General Presidency of Meteorology and Environmental Protection – Water Research Institute and others, and agreement with them to give a set of lectures to be coordinated with them to choose their topics. Giving students an idea of ​​the latest scientific developments in the field of marine chemistry

marine organic geochemistry

The production and fate of organic matter, then addressing the conditions of accumulation of sediments rich in organic matter and the natural modifications of organic compounds in sediments. The processes accompanying the formation of compounds with high molecular weights (humic materials and hydrogen) will be covered in addition to estimates of partial organic compounds in modern and ancient sediments and the formation of petroleum

The cycle of elements in sea water

Energy transfer through the food chain. The main components of sea water and theories put forward to explain the stability of its chemical composition. Recycle major nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous as well as carbon. It also deals with the recycling of the element sulfur because its cycle is related to many other elements. The course also deals with the distribution of nutrients in the global ocean and the factors that control it

The chemistry of marine natural products

Bioactive compounds from marine organisms (plant and animal) and among these topics are the nature and types of toxic compounds, methods of producing compounds and formation of secondary metabolic compounds, applications to the use of high-tech devices in the extraction

 

Regional Sea Chemistry

The student chooses the research topic with the department’s professors, provided that he collects data on the research topic and reviews it in the tenth week of the seventh semester, where it is presented before the specialized scientific committee in the department. If the committee approves, he implements the research project at the end of the eighth semester. Other opportunities to complete or resubmit the research statement at the end of the seventh semester

Rare metals in sea water

Identifying the physical processes, biological activities and chemical reactions that occur in the environment of lakes, including the study of light penetration in water layers, heat transfer and its impact on water application and the transfer of dissolved components of salts and gases. The course also includes addressing some internal chemical processes to understand their role in managing some vital elements

The physical properties of ocean water

General introduction – typical distributions (vertical, horizontal and temporal) of some physical water properties in the oceans, horizontal and vertical movements of water caused by the different distribution of physical properties (geostrophic currents, thermal circulation in the oceans), the main water masses in the oceans, the temperature-salinity curve and its uses in determining The origin, properties and mixing ratios of different water masses

Remote sensing in marine physics

Principles of Remote Sensing, History of Remote Sensing, Physics of Remote Sensing, Satellite Platform System, Satellite Sensor Technology, Satellite Image Processing, Satellites with Marine Applications

 

Integrated Coastal Zone Management

Understanding the coastal zone environment – ​​The economic role of coastal zones – Pressures on coastal zones – Human-induced changes in coastal zones – Assessment of coastal zone reactions – Urgency and potential benefit of integrated coastal zone management – ​​Environmentally sensitive coastal zone planning – Sustainable coastal development

Environmental Impact Assessment

General environment – Physical factors – Living organisms (plants, animals and microbes) in land and water and their interaction with the ecosystem (in terms of climate change, salinity, oxygen deficiency and pollutants) – Ecosystem sustainability – Reducing environmental impacts – Environmental behavior and measurements (taken into account local measurements) – environmental risks and their assessment.

 

marine biotechnology

Introduction to marine biotechnology – Marine bacteria and fungi in industrial and medical use – Microalgae and invertebrates as a source for chemical and pharmaceutical production – Impact of biotechnology in aquaculture and fisheries

Swimming and diving foundations

Basic equipment – ​​ear and sinuses – circulation and breathing – suffocation and drowning – stress protective clothing – auxiliary equipment and survival devices – nature of gases – Archimedes base – pneumatic cylinder bases – survival clothing and buoyancy equipment – ​​lung explosion and emergency ascent – ​​decompression and prophylactic case – nitrogen anesthesia Carbon dioxide poisoning, oxygen poisoning

marine chemistry Department study plans      

    Study plans

the first group:

chapter one

Course Name The number of hours
General Biology (1)
General Chemistry ( 1 )
Introduction to computer programming (1)
Arabic language ( 1 )
English Language ( 1 )
Islamic culture
General Mathematics

 

Chapter II

Course Name The number of hours
General Chemistry ( 2 )
General Biology (2)
Introduction to computer programming (2)
Islamic education and morals
English 2
general geology
general physics

 

the second band

chapter one

Course Name The number of hours
general environment
environmental pollution
organic chemistry
oceanography
Marine Chemistry Introduction 1
Marine Neighborhoods Entrance
Maritime law

Chapter II

Course Name The number of hours
Fresh and salt water environment
air pollution
Volumetric Analytical Chemistry
The chemistry of marine resources
Marine Chemistry Introduction (2)
marine geology entry
Regional marine sciences

Third Division

Chapter One :

Course Name The number of hours
Automated Analytical Chemistry 2
marine pollution 3
Meteorology and marine navigation 4
computer applications 3
field training 2
downstream chemistry 3
Waste pollution and its management 3

Chapter II 

Course Name The number of hours
coastal water chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
marine geochemistry
marine biochemistry
water treatment methods
marine organic chemistry
Radiochemistry of the seas

Fourth Division

chapter one

Course Name The number of hours
Fresh and salt water chemistry
Environmental Toxicology
oil pollution
Hydrology
scientific research methods
Reducing environment chemistry
Graduation Project 1

Chapter II

Course Name The number of hours
pollution chemistry
Pollution of regional seas
coastal area management
Graduation Project 2
Analytical chemistry of sea water
Remote Sensing
physical chemistry

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