Aims

 

  • To provide the opportunity to acquire administrative-based knowledge in all of its specializations for students and employees who desire to gain Doctoral degrees, Masters degrees, or diplomas to work in executive and leadership posts in both security and civil sectors.
  • To follow the latest publications in administrative sciences to enrich the College’s programs and curriculums and to keep pace with the latest developments in specialist academic subjects and current academic and social issues.
  • To serve the University’s colleges that offer administrative subjects as part of their programs and that hold symposiums, conferences, and workshops related to administrative specializations.
  • To provide consultation and to participate in committees and teams that work to develop the performance of security and civil establishments and sectors and that work to deal with problems, crises, and disasters.
  • To cooperate and coordinate with universities, colleges, and academic institutions in exchanging studies, theses, and essays and in publishing in specialist areas.