The Department of General Sciences is the cornerstone for the tracks of business, computer science and information technology and design, as well as the industrial engineering track. It is the main pillar that clarifies the scientific basics and facilitates the understanding of many scientific theories and applications in your advanced studies in university disciplines. In order to rise to an integrated academic level, a set of scientific courses have been developed in mathematics, physics, statistics and chemistry, which are offered by a selection of the best qualified scientific cadres from faculty members and lecturers to provide the maximum degree of scientific knowledge to lead you to leadership and excellence.
Continuous development of the content of basic courses, creativity in designing and producing them, and upgrading their teaching methods
Head of General Sciences Dept. and Academic Affairs, Professional with experience in leading design of various R&D projects Research Interests Solid State Physics, Material Sciences, Metallurgy, Nanotechnology
Professor of Mathematical Statistics with research interests in modeling using statistical methods and global codes such as Monte Carlo simulations and data analysis.
Doctorate in Islamic Studies Assistant professor teaching Islamic culture Member of the Intellectual Awareness Unit Preparing Quranic competitions in Arabic Work on research and publish it in the magazine
Mathematics Lecturer Research Interest Calculus, Special Function, Schure-Weyl Duality Theorem and Representation Theory of Finite Groups
Master in Arabic language teaching methods and curricula Arabic lecturer Research interests: difficulties of teaching Arabic, needs of the Arabic language teacher, models of teaching Arabic for different school stages
Mathematics Lecturer Research Interest Modeling survival data of lung cancer
Lecturer in Chemistry Research Interests: Antitumor Activity – Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education – Plant Compounds Against COVID-19.
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Theoretical and Practical