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Over recent years, the status of Saudi women has witnessed a notable development and the Saudi Leadership has strongly supported women by taking several decisions and issuing directives that aim to empower women in accordance with the national identity and Islamic values.
The proposed Master of Human Resources Management (MHRM) program of YU will be the pioneer in the local market to produce human resource professionals with advanced and applied human resource management capabilities.
Master of Professional Accounting program is one of the excellent programs which is offered by the university, where the Faculty of Economics and Management represented by Department of Accounting proud in this program.
Requirements for obtaining a master's degree in Accounting: To obtain a master's degree in Accounting student must complete at least
Requirements for obtaining a master's degree in Accounting: To obtain a bachelor's degree in Accounting student must complete at least
This course is structured in a manner that the learner will receive dual certification, Postgraduate Extended Diploma in International Business Management, awarded by Cambridge International Qualifications, UK and a Master of International Business Administration awarded by UCAM, Spain.
The Master of Architecture (MArch) program at Dar Al-Hekma University is a two-year post-graduate program that broadens the scope of architectural studies and increases the competency of its graduates in the academic and professional fields.
Dar Al-Hekma University has launched a number of Bachelor’s and Master’s degree Programs, among which is the Masters of Educational Leadership, the first master’s degree program offered in Arabic at the University. This launch is part of an educational plan based on a study of the needs of the Saudi labor market for such specialties.
The Applied Physics program for both M.S. and Ph.D. students aims at providing firm knowledge on basic science to comprehend the physics taking place at the nanoscale, and tools to apply this knowledge to nurture technological and scientific breakthroughs in applied physics. The program focuses on device physics, photonics, and quantum electronics. Students in this program receive broad training in basic scientific concepts in condensed matter physics, electrodynamics, and statistical physics. Students participate in scientific research activities that may include laboratory studies and computational modeling. Ph.D. candidates focus on original research driven to advance the boundaries of knowledge. Employability of Applied Physics graduates ranges from academic research institutions to research and development positions in high-tech industrial or entrepreneurial environments.
The Statistics (STAT) program educates students to analyze and model complex real-world problems arising in modern Statistical Data Science. Two degrees are offered: the M.S. degree (under either a Thesis or a Non-Thesis option) and the Ph.D. degree. Admission to one degree does not guarantee transfer to another. All students in the M.S. and Ph.D. programs are guided by a Faculty Advisor to develop their program of study.
The Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences (AMCS) program educates students to construct and solve Mathematical and Computational models of real-world problems.
The Computer Science program educates students to become world-class researchers and thought leaders in the field of computer science. The program is designed to prepare the student for a career in academia, industrial research or advanced positions in industry.
Electrical Engineering (EE) plays an important role in the fields of engineering, applied physics, and computational sciences. A significant portion of advancement in technology originates from cutting-edge research performed in the field of EE. At KAUST the EE program is bound to this tradition: It aims for preparing students for a multitude of professional paths and advancing world-class research and research-based education through interdisciplinary partnering within engineering and science.
The Mechanical Engineering Program course curriculum is modern and rigorous. The courses in the program provide a solid foundation in subjects such as mechanical behavior of engineering materials, continuum mechanics, thermodynamics, experimental and numerical combustion, computational fluid dynamics and control theory.
The Material Science and Engineering Program is designed to equip students with fundamental and applied knowledge of materials. We prepare students to tackle grand challenges in sustainability and renewable energy, nanotechnology and nanoelectronics, biomaterials, materials characterization and low-power computing.