The Bachelor of Law program received initial accreditation from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in 2007, full accreditation in 2013, renewal accreditation in 2019 and an international accreditation in 2015. Regular students are expected to successfully complete 129 credit hours in a period of eight semesters.
The program consists of General University requirements courses 33 credits), Compulsory Specialization Courses (90 credits) and Elective courses (9 credits). Arabic is the language of instruction with few exceptions.
Qualify national cadres to develop legal and judicial functions efficiently and work in various legal fields.
To spread legal knowledge and consolidate of the innovative research base.
Upon graduation from the program, the student will:
|No.||Program Learning Outcomes||Aligned with L7 QFE Descriptors|
|1||Know the fundamental principles of the various branches of law.||QFE 1|
Interpret national laws by implementing the general principles.
Analyze legislative texts and judicial decisions to evaluate their effectiveness in handling communital problems and situations.
Effectively implement the theoretical legal knowledge in practical cases and social problems.
Prepare legal memoranda and research dealing with social situations.
Fully defines ethical standards in legal discipline, enabling it to comply with their application.
To obtain a “Bachelor of Law”, a student must successfully complete 129 credit hours with a minimum GPA 2 out of 4.
|Course No||Course Title||CR.H.||Prerequisite|
|First: General University Education (33) CR.H.|
|(1) Compulsory Courses (27) CR.H.|
|0201111A||Science and Life||3|
|0408100A||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|0501170A||Fund. of Innovation and Entrepreneurship||3|
|0508203A||Scientific Research Methodology||3|
|(2) Elective Courses (6) CR.H.|
|The student is required to choose Only One course from each of the following groups:|
|(a) Society and Civilization (3) CR.H.|
|0406100||Arabs and Muslims’ Contributions to Arts & Science||3|
|0408101A||Physical Education & Health||3|
|(b) Managerial Skills (3) CR.H.|
|0303100||Law & Society||3|
|0501100A||Introduction to Time Management||3|
|0501150A||Leadership and Teamwork||3|
|Second: College Requirements (96) CR.H.|
|(1) Compulsory Courses (90) CR.H|
|0301120||Introduction to Law||3|
|0301121||Voluntary Sources of Obligation||3||0301120|
|0301122||Non Voluntary Sources of Obligation and Proof||3||0301121|
|0301220||Labor Law and Social Legislations||3||0301122|
|0301221||Provisions of Obligation||3||0301122|
|0301230||Principles of Commercial Law||3||0301120|
|0301240||History and Sources of Islamic legislations||3|
|0301241||Muslim Personal Status||3||0301240|
|0301250||Law of Civil Procedure||3||0301122|
|0301320||Real Original and Subsidiary Rights||3||0301222|
|0301321||Private International Law||3||0301221|
|0301330||Law of Commercial Companies and Bankruptcy||3||0401121 & 0301230|
|0301340||Jurisprudence of Inheritance, Wills and Islamic Waqf||3||0301241|
|0301431||Law of Commercial Papers and Banking Operations||3||0301330|
|0301440||Fundamental Principles of Fiqh||3||0301241|
|0301450||Arbitration||3||0401121 & 0301250|
|0509100||Principles of Economics||3|
|0302210||General Criminal Law||3||0301120|
|0302213||Private Penal Law||3||0302210|
|0302220||Principles of Administrative Law||3||0302200|
|0302320||Public Finance and Tax Legislations||3||0509100|
|0302330||Public International Law||3||0401121 & 0301120|
|0303200||Legal Terminology in English||3||0401121 & 0301120|
|0303493||Graduation Research||2||More than 100 CR.H.|
|0303494||Internal Internship||3||0302310 & 0301250|
|(2) Elective Courses (6) CR.H.|
|0301242||Islamic Judicial System||3||0301240|
|0301322||Intellectual Property rights||3||0301230|
|0301432||The Legal Aspects of Electronic Commerce||3||0301230|
|0301433||Free Trade and Consumer Protection Law||3||0301230|
|0302201||Human Rights Law||3|
|0302410||Criminology and the Science of Punishment||3|
|0302411||Special Criminal Legislations||3||0302210|
|0302420||Protection of the Environment Law||3||0302220|