Since its establishment, the college has relied on the annual two-semester academic system for initial study (bachelor’s), and for general study, after successfully completing the requirements for four years, the student obtains a bachelor’s degree in political science. The subjects for the four years of study are compulsory, and they include some subjects that are considered university requirements, such as human rights, democracy, and computers, as well as other subjects that are considered to be university skills, such as the Arabic and English languages. Grades are divided for each year and for each subject as follows:
Then the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of graduates is calculated by summing of the four years grades and credit points as: 10% is calculated for the first year, 20% for the second year, 30% for the third year, and 40% for the fourth year.
Bachelor’s Degree Study Curriculum
Master’s Degree Study System
As far as master’s studies are concerned, the curriculum system is adopted, which includes the first year. (Preparatory) From two separate classrooms, the student must pass them. The 60% degree for each course is calculated for the student to succeed, and at the rate of 70% at the end of the preparatory year, for the purpose of moving to the master’s thesis stage, specializing in the second year (Supplementary) to prepare the master’s thesis in scientific specialization, with the title and objectives that are at the heart of the fields of political science in terms of processing, development and creativity. It also requires the student to publish scientific researchers before the discussion takes place in a scientific journal, after which the master’s thesis is discussed by a committee composed of the supervisor and professors in the strict scientific competence of the student at least one outside the college.
The courses for Master students vary from year to year, depending on the political and academic developments that the postgraduate student must learn. However, it is established in those courses that the student teaches three disciplines in the classrooms: political systems, political thought and international relations, after which the student specializes in the writing phase of the letter with the exact subject.
Master’s Degree Study Curriculum
Part of Rector’s attendance to one of Master’s thesis Vivas at the college