Bachelor’s Programme in Criminal Sciences

Bachelor’s programme in criminal sciences
Accurate specialization in the field of forensic sciences as an urgent necessity, and to discuss all implications of domestic and international criminal laws to meet the requirements of societies in the field of specialization in this field in the legal sciences.
Vision:
An essential necessity for society as it is one of the branches of public law.
Mission
Providing modern, advanced and high-quality academic and professional programmes that keep pace with various developments at the scientific and technical level, as well as keep pace with the various variables at the social and security level, aiming to graduate cadres capable of direct integration into the labor market, and to assume responsibility in all relevant institutions, whether educational or research institutions , Or a professional at
Accurate specialization in the field of forensic sciences as an urgent necessity, and to discuss all implications of domestic and international criminal laws to meet the requirements of societies in the field of specialization in this field in the legal sciences.
It benefits everyone who loves to work in law, local and international police, the judiciary, the specialization of international law, researchers and experts in criminal sciences at the local, regional and international levels who are interested in pursuing crimes harmful to the interest of society internally and internationally, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, genocide and crimes against humanity.

1. The Duration of study to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Sciencesis four academic years for those admitted on the basis of high school diploma and two years for those admitted to the promotion programme according to the institute and specialization.
2. A student is allowed a maximum of 8 years for high school diploma holders and 4 years for intermediate institute certificate holders.
3. The academic year is divided into two independent semesters, and the University Council determines the date for the start and end of the study and the dates for the exams according to the university calendar.

1. The mark of each course is calculated from 100 marks.
2. The student is considered successful in the course if he obtains a final result greater than or equal to 50% of the higher score of the course.
3. In the event that a student succeeds in a course and obtains an exam score higher than 90% of the total mark, the university has the right if it wants to check the student’s level through an oral interview or a written exam, and confirm his success in the course or announce his failure in it, if he is not at the required level.
4. In the event that the student fails the course, he must repeat it with his exams, and with full reimbursement of his costs.
General average of graduation:
The averages of the courses in which the student succeeded for the four years are collected and divided by the total number of courses, and the general average is extracted.

First Semester

The Theory of Crime

Fundamentals of Law
Constitutional Law and Political Systems
Public Freedoms and Human Rights
Criminal Sociology
English
Second Semester
 The Theory of Punishment
 An Introduction to General International Law
Political Economy
Criminal Anthropology
An Introduction to Administrative Law
Computer Basics

 

Third Semester
Crimes Against Persons and Funds
The Concept and Types of International Crime
Philosophy and History of Criminal Law
Constitutional Protection of Rights and Freedoms
Penal Legislation in Islamic Law
English
Fourth Semester
Crimes Against State Security and Public Administration
The International Criminal Court
 International Criminal Law
Criminal Psychology
Origins of Criminology and Punishment
Electronic Crimes

 

Fifth Semester
Criminal Procedure (1)
Conflict of Laws
 Individual Criminal Responsibility in the Rome Statute
Economic Penal Law
Protection of Industrial, Commercial and Intellectual Property
 English
Sixth Semester
Criminal Procedure (2)
Legal Status of Foreigners
International Humanitarian Law
Money Laundering Crimes
Juvenile Delinquents
International Criminal Police

 

Seventh Semester
Historical Development of International
 Criminal Trials
 Criminal Evidence
 International Court of Justice
Mechanisms of International Cooperation and
     Assistance in Criminal Policy
Eighth Semester
Judicial Proceedings in Accordance with the Rome Statute
International Cooperation Against Crime and Extradition of Criminals
Jurisprudence Crimes and the Judiciary in Islamic Law
 Methodology of Scientific Research
 Optional Material
 Optional Material

Faculty: Law and Justice
Award: Bachelor’s degree

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