Conditions of Acceptance

 

 PhD Programs:


The Department of Security Studies

Successful applicants for the doctoral programs in the Department of Security Studies must hold a relevant Master’s degree in one of the following subjects: - Security studies - Police Sciences - Criminology - Sociology and its branches - Psychology and its branches - Sharia and legal sciences - Security sciences - Human studies - Strategic and political sciences - Military Sciences - Administrative sciences and its branches - Economic and financial sciences

The Department of Sharia and Law

Successful applicants for the doctoral programs in the Department of Sharia and Law must hold a relevant Master’s degree in one of the following subjects: - Sharia - Law - Islamic Jurisprudence and its branches -  Rights - Criminal Justice (From NAUSS) - Legal systems - Judicial studies.



 Master’s degree Programs

The Department of Security Studies

Successful applicants for the Master’s degree programs in the Department of Security Studies must hold a relevant Baccalaureates degree, or its equivalent, in one of the following subjects: - Security sciences - Military sciences - Sharia - Law - Administration and its branches - Economic and financial sciences - Political sciences - Sociology and its branches - Engineering - Computers and Information.

The Department of Sharia and Law

Successful applicants for the Master’s degree programs in the Department of Sharia and Law must hold a relevant Baccalaureates degree, or its equivalent, in one of the following subjects: - Sharia - Criminal justice - Law - Legal systems - Judicial studies - Islamic jurisprudence and its branches - Rights

Postgraduate Diplomas

The Department of Security Studies

The department offers diplomas in the following areas:
- Combating drugs
- Investigation and forensic science
- Traffic management
- Civil protection and safety methods
- Border protection
- Passports
- Electronic crimes and digital evidence
- Nuclear security
- Civil aviation

The Department of Sharia and Law

The department offers a diploma in systems of criminal justice