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Introduction: With an integrated training, educational, and pedagogical system, Dar Al Uloom University is launched opening the way before all males and females having desire to pursue their university education (Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees) at global standards that meet the labor market’s needs.

Academic System: The system of credit hours. Academic Hours:

Morning: from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Bachelor Students Evening: from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. for Master Students.

Directorate of Quality: Directorate of Quality works on assuring and documenting that promises made by the University are still standing. Further, Directorate of Quality is a process for assessing to which degree, the University objectives are achieved.

IT Management: Develop ERP Keep the computer supplies and networks up to date. Work on achieving the strategic plan’s programs. Maintain coherent and safe networking. Build capabilities in the field of IT. Ensure the cybersecurity.

Management of Learning Sources: Includes the central library. Smart classrooms. Digital labs. Translation & Research Center). Center of Academic Guidance and Students’ Support: Aims at the guidance, counseling, self-development, giving advice in academic and social aspects, and academic support to students facing study problems.

Advising and Career Development Center: It aims at guidance, direction, and self-development, and to provide advice and advice in the academic and social aspects, and academic support to students who have failed to study.

Cultural Center: Includes a model theater and halls for seminars and lectures, accommodating a large number of attendees, and hosting students’ cultural activities besides other extracurricular activities.

Sport Center: Training and Entertainment Sections of Sportive Club: Swimming, taekwondo, fitness & weightlifting, football, valley ball, hand ball, racket sports and billiard.

Campus: The campus is featured with inclusiveness, communication, and privacy.

Colleges

  1. College of Law (LAW):
  • College Programs:
  1. Bachelor Program in Law

Bachelor Program in Law consists of four academic years of eight levels during which, student studies 140 credit hours.

  1. Post-Graduate Programs at the College of Law:
  • (Master of Art in Public law)
  • (Master of Art in Private Law)

Program Outcomes:

  1. Work in the Governmental Sector (Civil & Military): The advanced academic level enables the master’s degree graduate from working in the judicial environment including bodies of judiciary, investigation, prosecution, and advocacy.
  2. Work in the field of advocacy and providing legal consultations.
  3. Pursue the post-graduate and specialized studies.
 

2. College of Architectural Engineering and Digital Design (CADD):

  • College Programs:

The College grants the bachelor’s degree through three educational programs:

  1. Architecture: This Program creates environment supporting cooperation and multi-disciplinary approach for purposes of innovation, digital design, application, and participation, and creates environment facilitating the student course for achieving excellence and contributing to their professions and local communities. Such elements are deemed an integral part of any educational basis. Moreover, they encourage much appreciation to the architecture and modern design.
  2. Interior Design: This Program prepares graduates to be creative designers, who have good communication skills, and are capable of working within a group for finding innovative solutions of the problems and positively affecting the practice of interior design at both local and global levels, through the multi-dimensional opportunities of interior design in the digital era.
  3. Digital Design: This Program prepares graduates to reach the highest levels of theoretical, aesthetic, and ethical aspects, with the intensive education concentrating on the creative graphic design using digital media. The program enables also acquiring excellent technical skills, intellectual awareness, spiritual inspiration, effective verbal communications, rich skills, and the sense of belonging to community for prosperity locally and globally.
 
  1. College of Business Administration (COB):

College Programs:

  • The College provides three programs leading to bachelor’s degree:
  1. Marketing: This program focuses on studying all sciences related to designing and marketing services and products, pricing, advertising, distribution, sale, client satisfaction... Etc. The approach adopted in marketing education provides a comprehensive group of courses enabling students from understanding the marketing problems, occupations, and its correlation with other works.
  2. Banking Financial Sciences: This program prepares students for professions related to financing companies, commercial investments, banking investments, international financing, governmental financing, insurance, and real estates. Financial Study: this program provides theoretical background, explaining the analytical tools required for making effective and valuable decisions, from the commercial perspective.
  3. HR Management: This program prepares students to occupy administrative positions in human resources, create and develop the organizational and guiding policies, and utilize the tools and techniques for developing the transformational work environments. The program provides accurate knowledge as to the basics of management, psychology, and organizational behavior.
  4. Accounting: This program prepares students for careers in the accounting profession including public accounting, corporate accounting, managerial accounting, and government and not-for-profit accounting, and to assist the students for preparing for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.
  • Master Program:

1.Program of Master’s in Business Administration:

The program is provided two paths, in Arabic and English languages. The program is designed based on the following local and international standards:

  • The National Framework for Qualifications.
  • National Center for Academic Accreditation and Evaluation (NCAAA).
  • Standards of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

2. Program of Master’s in Information Systems:

  • The National Framework for Qualifications.
  • National Center for Academic Accreditation and Evaluation (NCAAA).
  • Standards of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

Form of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for developing post-graduate programs in the administrative information systems.

The program has been prepared to include compulsory subjects (36) hours and voluntary subjects (9) hours, with a total of (45) credit hours.

  1. College of Medicine (COM):
    • Requirements of Graduation from Human Medicine College:
  • Successfully completing not less than six academic years/ (214 credit hours), whereas the student successfully completes a number of accredited study units of the courses of preparatory year at Dar Al Uloom University, and a number of accredited units of compulsory and voluntary courses at medicine college.
  • Completing the clinical training in apprenticeship year (not less than “48” weeks of training, during which the student practices the learnt skills and knowledge through the clinical practical application at a hospital that follows Dar Al Uloom University or other hospitals.
 
  1. College of Dentistry (CDT):
    • Requirements of Graduation from Dentistry College:
  • Successfully completing not less than six academic years/ (197 credit hours), whereas the student successfully completes a number of accredited study units of the courses of public education courses at dentistry college, and a number of accredited units of compulsory and major courses.
  • Completing the clinical training in apprenticeship year (not less than “48” weeks of training, during which the student practices the learnt skills and knowledge through the clinical practical application at a hospital that follows Dar Al Uloom University or other hospitals.
 

6. College of Pharmacy and Applied Medical Sciences (CPAMS):

Graduation requirements in the College of Pharmacy and Applied Medical Sciences:

College programs:

Bachelor of Nursing program:

- At least four academic years can be successfully completed (138) credit hours, so that the student successfully finishes a number of units of study approved from the preparatory year courses at Dar Al Uloom University, and a number of study units approved from the compulsory and optional courses in the College of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Applied.

- Completion of clinical training in the internship year of not less than (48) weeks of training. So that the student will practice the knowledge and skills learned in his studies through clinical practical application in one of the hospitals affiliated to Dar Al Uloom University or other hospitals.

Bachelor's program in Respiratory Therapy:

-Under Construction

 

Dar Al Uloom University:

The study at Dar Al Uloom University relies upon the system of credit hours, whereas the student carries out the academic procedures through:

  1. Automated Student Information System: SIS

At the beginning of each semester, the courses to be studied by student shall be registered via automated SIS. It is advised to follow the program’s approved study plan to ensure graduation on time. Via the automated SIS available at the following link https://my.dau.edu.sa/sis/, the student can register and amend the time schedule by deletion and addition or changing divisions, according to the actual academic situation. Moreover, the student can get his/her academic record since joining the University - via the same website, print the schedule, obtain the results of examinations of courses studied in the corresponding semester, and re-sign up for certain courses.

  1. Academic Adviser:

The Academic Adviser is a faculty member escorting the student along the academic years at the University. The Academic Adviser provides student with counseling and helps him/her in facing the academic problems. Most academic procedures require the approval of Academic Adviser prior to making any amendments to the schedule. The student can recognize his/her Academic Adviser via the automated SIS. In the event the student wishes changing his/her Academic Adviser, an application can be submitted to the Chairman of Department/Dean of the College.

  1. Student Affairs Department:

The Student Affairs Administration Office is the follow-up office for all academic and study affairs for students, in addition to holding student activities and events throughout the semester, as well as service aspects and complaints, so do not hesitate to contact them to obtain any of the services or inquire about anything related to academic matters .

Deanship of Admission, Registration and Student Affairs

Student’s Handbook for Academic Rules and Procedures

Study procedures during the period of registration:

1. Registration of Courses:

  • The courses shall be registered according to previously announced dates as per DAU Academic Calendar which is available at the University Official Website (https://dau.edu.sa/) .
  • The student shall register courses by themselves, by his/her Academic Adviser, or by College and UPP Coordinators.
  • The courses shall be available as per agreed policies by the departments of each college, in coordination with the Deanship of Admission, Registration and Student Affairs.

Registration Procedure:

  1. The student shall pay the tuition fees and receive the payment receipt once the early registration for semester becomes available.
  2. The Academic Adviser shall develop proposed schedule for the student, as per the sequence of courses stated in the study plan once the student has sufficient financial balance for registering the requested courses before the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of the Summer Semester. This step can be performed by student or by the college coordinators.
  3. The student shall refer to the Academic Adviser for deleting and adding courses, and approving the study schedule thereof, prior to the end of first week of regular semester (First or Second), and three days as of summer semester. This step can be performed by student or by the college coordinators.
  4. The schedules of all students shall be automatically activated by the end of the first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of the Summer Semester.
  5. Students not registered in the Main Semester (First or Second) shall be considered “Blocked” after performing the Registration Closure.

2. Deletion and Addition of Courses:

Deletion and Addition (Prior to Activating the Schedule):

The student may change his/her study schedule directly or via the Academic Adviser thereof, by adding and deleting course before the end of the first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of Summer Semester without reflecting in the Student Academic Record (Transcript)

Deletion and Addition (After Activating the Schedule): 

The student may, prior to the end of second week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and the fourth, fifth and sixth days as of the beginning of the Summer Semester, amend his/her study schedule by adding and deleting courses without reflecting in the Student Academic Record (Transcript), however 50% of the corresponding fees shall be deducted against each deleted course.

In case of deletion and addition, the following factors shall be considered:

In the Main Semester (First Semester or the Second Semester), the minimum course load for Bachelor students is 12 credit hours, and the maximum course load is 20 credit hours. A student is permitted to register for more than 20 credit hours up 24 hours with the approval of his/her College or if this semester is his/her graduating semester. However, the minimum course load for Master students is 3 credit hours, and the maximum course load is 12 credit hours. A Master student is permitted to register for more than 12 credit hours up 15 hours with the approval of his/her College or if this semester is his/her graduating semester. Moreover, In the Summer Semester, the minimum course load for Bachelor students is 1 credit hour, and the maximum course load is 10 credit hours. A student is permitted to register for more than 10 credit hours up 12 hours with the approval of his/her College or if this summer semester is his/her graduating semester and no Summer Semester for Master Programs at DAU.

The Procedure of Deletion and Addition After Activating the Schedule:

1.The student shall pay the tuition fees and receive the payment receipt once the early registration for semester becomes available.

2.The Academic Adviser shall develop proposed schedule for the student, as per the sequence of courses stated in the study plan once the student has sufficient financial balance for registering the requested courses before the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of the Summer Semester. This step can be performed by student or by the college coordinators.

3.The student shall refer to the Academic Adviser for deleting and adding courses, and approving the study schedule thereof, prior to the end of first week of regular semester (First or Second), and three days as of summer semester. This step can be performed by student or by the college coordinators.

4.The schedules of all students shall be automatically activated by the end of the first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of the Summer Semester.

5.Students not registered in the Main Semester (First or Second) shall be considered “Blocked” after performing the Registration Closure.

3.Late Registration:

Taking in consideration the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU for the late Registration Procedures.

The Procedure of Re-Enrollment Application; Due to Late Registration:

  1. The student shall pay the tuition fees and receive the payment receipt once the early registration for semester becomes available.
  2. The Academic Adviser shall develop proposed schedule for the student, as per the sequence of courses stated in the study plan once the student has sufficient financial balance for registering the requested courses before the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of the Summer Semester. This step can be performed by student or by the college coordinators.
  3. The student shall refer to the Academic Adviser for deleting and adding courses provided such a late case is approved by the Dean of the College and approving the study schedule thereof, prior to the end of second week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and fourth, Fifth, or Sixth day of the Summer Semester. This step can be performed by student or by the college coordinators.
  4. The schedules of all students shall be automatically activated by the end of the first week of the Main Semester (First or Second), and three days of the Summer Semester.
  5. Students not registered in the Main Semester (First or Second) shall be considered “Blocked” after performing the Registration Closure.

4. Course Substitution for Graduation Requirements:

The student may register an alternate course for completing the graduation requirements, after obtaining the Dean approval, in the following circumstances:

  • Cancelling the course or suspending the study thereof.
  • The course is not offered in the semester in which, student satisfies all graduation requirements without that course.
  • The course conflicts with other courses registered by student and cannot be replaced.

The Procedure of Registration of Course Substitution for Graduation Requirements:

  1. The student applies for Course Substitution for the graduation requirements through the SIS Student Information System before the end of the first week of the Main Semester (first or second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The academic advisor, Department Chairman, and College Dean approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission ,Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

5. Repeating a course:

A student who obtains a failing grade “F” or “DN” in a required course must repeat that course. Additionally, a student who wishes to improve his/her academic standing may repeat a course for which he/she has previously obtained a D or a D+ grade.

When a course is repeated, all grades will be recorded in the Student’s Official Record (Transcript).

6.  Suspending Study:

The Procedure of Removing the Suspension:

  1. The student shall apply for Removing the suspension via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (first or second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The academic advisor, Department Chairman, and College Dean approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

7.  Dismissal from the University:

The Procedure of Fourth Chance for Raising the GPA:

  1. The student shall apply for Removing the Dismissal via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (first or second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), and College Council (or whom it authorizes), the University Council (or whom it authorizes), approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

8. Re-Enrollment:

The Procedure of Re-Enrollment (Removing Block):

  1. The student shall apply for Removing the “Block” via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (first or second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), College Council (or whom it authorizes), and the University Council (or whom it authorizes), approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

9. The Procedure of Course Registration without Having the Pre-Requisite:

  1. The student shall apply for Course Registration without Having the Pre-Requisite via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (first or second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), and College Council (or whom it authorizes), approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

10. Registering Less Than 12 Credit Hours in the Main Semester (First and Second):

The Procedure of Registering Less Than 12 Credit Hours in the Main Semester (First or Second):

  1. The student shall apply for Registering Less Than 12 Credit Hours in the Main Semester (First or Second) via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The Academic Advisor approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

11. Transfer:

A. Transfer from a university to another university

  1. The Procedure of Transfer from a university to another university:
  2. The student shall submit an equalization form to the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration , and Student Affairs or via Email (registration@du.edu.sa) after completing the admission procedures, along with the original academic record and the descriptions of courses attended at the university from which student is transferred, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second) via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  3. The Form shall be submitted along with the attached papers to the Dean for Admission and Registration, to refer the same to the corresponding dean.
  4. The Form shall be referred to the corresponding Department Council (or whom it authorizes), for offering the same before the Department Council for obtaining recommendation related to courses and filling in the form of “Courses’ Equation”.
  5. All forms shall be submitted to the College Council (or whom it authorizes), for purposes of final equalization.
  6. The approved forms shall be delivered from the college Council (or whom it authorizes), to the Dean of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs for delivering the same to the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration , and Student Affairs, for enrolling the equalized courses in the SIS System.
 

B.Transfer from a College to Another within the University:

The Procedure of Transfer from One College to Another, or from One Major to Another:

  1. The student shall apply for transfer from Transfer from One College to Another, or from One Major to Another via SIS, prior to the end of first week of the Main Semester (First or Second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. Both Deans of the College which the student wants to transfer from and the College which the student wants to transfer to approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.
 

12 – Student’s Academic Record (Transcript):

The students can access their academic records via their SIS accounts. The Student’s Academic Record shall not be issued nor forwarded, fully or partially, to anybody outside the University, except upon student’s written request. The accuracy and confidentiality of academic record shall be considered. In case any error is discovered, the student shall address the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs.

Deanship of Admission, Registration and Student Affairs

Student’s Handbook for Academic Rules and Procedures

Academic Procedures within Semester:

 

1-Withdrawal with a grade of “W” from one course or more:

The student can submit application for withdrawal from one course or more with grade of (withdrawn with excuse), according to the according to the dates announced in the university calendar.

The Procedure of Withdrawal with a grade of “W” from one course or more:

  1. The student shall apply for withdrawal with grade of “W” from one course or more via SIS, as per the designated days as per the DAU Academic Calendar.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Chairman (or whom it authorizes), and College Dean (or whom it authorizes), approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.
  1. Postponement, and Withdrawal from a semester with a grade of “W” in all registered courses:

The Procedure of Semester Postponement:

  1. The student shall apply for postponing a semester via SIS before the end of first week of the Main Semester (first or second) and three days of the Summer Semester.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), College Council (or whom it authorizes), and Graduate Studies Council for Master Student ((or whom it authorizes),  approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

The Procedure of withdrawal from a semester with a grade of “W” in all registered courses:

  1. The student shall apply for withdrawal from a semester with a grade of “W” in all registered courses via SIS, as per the designated days as per the DAU Academic Calendar.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), College Council (or whom it authorizes), and Graduate Studies Council for Master Student (or whom it authorizes), approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

3-Attendance:

The Procedure of Removing “DN”

  1. After Receiving “DN” in any course, the student whose Attendance Present Ratio 50% or more can apply for removing “DN” via SIS as per the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), and College Council (or whom it authorizes) approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

4 -Absence from the Final Exam:

The Procedure of Incomplete Final Exam:

  1. If the student did not attend the Final Exam for any course, the student can apply for Incomplete Fina Exam via SIS as per the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), and College Council (or whom it authorizes) approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

5 - Grade Objection of Continuous and/or Final Exam:

Procedure of Grade Objection of Continuous and/or Final Exam:

  1. If the student has a Grade Objection of Continuous and/or Final Exam, the student can apply for Grade Objection via SIS following the concerned Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  2. The Academic Advisor, Department Council (or whom it authorizes), and College Council (or whom it authorizes) and Graduate Studies Council (or whom it authorizes), approves/disapproves such a request in a manner that does not violate the Bylaws of studies and Exams for Bachelor and the Unified Bylaws for Graduate Studies and their Implementing Rules issued by DAU.
  3. As per the decision from the above item, the Registration Department at the Deanship of Admission, Registration, and Student Affairs, implements the process on the SIS Student Information System SIS.

Student Information System-SIS

Steps of Electronic Self-Registration

1 : Courses’ Registration:

To initiate registering courses, click “Register” from the main list. Then, the following screen shall appear:

At this page, the courses can be registered.

The registrable courses are divided as follows:

  • - Available Courses: Courses that can be registered as per the study plan.

The course required to be registered shall be selected and clicked. After that, further details of the course shall be shown as follows:

  • The number of credit hours, through which the course’s tuition fees shall be calculated.
  • Table of divisions and days in which, the course is taught, besides the study rooms.
  • When being fully aware of courses required to be registered, you need to calculate the required amount of money as per the number of hours. After that, select the number of credit hours, then the hours’ fees, previous balance and due amount shall be displayed. Request printing the page to view the payment details.

After completing the financial procedures and depositing the amount/delivering the receipt to the University’s Accountancy Department, student can refer to his/her Academic Adviser, college coordinator for registering your courses. They can register the courses by themselves also.

You May Face Particular Cases When Registering the Course:

  • If the division box is not displayed i.e., the division cannot be clicked for registering the course, that means the division conflicts to the time schedule of another course.
  • If the division box is not displayed in the course’s table of divisions, that means the division is full. Further, you can refer to the table of available courses through the main list to verify of that.
  • If a desirable course is not displayed among the available courses, that means there is prior or contemporary requirement of the requested course, or the course is not essentially offered in this semester.

You can refer to the table of available courses via the main list to verify of the same.

Upon the completion of courses’ selection, a table of registered courses shall be displayed below, as shown in the following figure:

The table shall incorporate the following data:

Course: Course Code.

Hours: Statement of Course’s Credit Hours.

Price: Tuition Fees per Hour.

Division: Division, subject to registration.

Room: Lecture Avenue.

  • Day/s: Days in which, course is taught.
  • Timing: Times at which, course is taught.

Paid: Statement of Course Status in terms of Activation.

O       “Yes” means the fees are paid, course is activated, and you can attend the lectures fully.

O       “No” means the course is not activated; so that is the student wants he/she can delete the course.

  • Editing: For changing division by clicking (Icon), then selecting the desirable division.
  • Deletion: For canceling a course before activation (i.e., the status of “Paid” Box is “No”), by clicking (Icon ).
  • The number of registered hours: Total registered hours during the semester.
  • Fees of hours: Total tuition fees of the current semester.
  • Program Scholarship: • Percentage of Scholarship.
  • Scholarship of Preparatory Year: • Percentage of Scholarship.
  • Prior Balance: Remaining Balance in the Student Account.
  • Due Amount: Payable Amount.

2:  Print Out Student’ Courses Schedule:

By clicking « Student Schedule » option from the main list, you will move to the below page.

Then, you can select the academic year, semester, and the appropriate method of display, so that the table can be displayed in a printable manner.

Upon selecting the current academic year and semester, and identifying the table show as per days, the following table shall appear:

Please, note that when there is pending sums of money, that will be indicated below table. Additionally, the courses’ study rooms shall not be displayed until the completion of activation.

Deanship of Admission, Registration and Student Affairs

Student’s Handbook for Academic Rules and Procedures