Bachelor degree programme in law
The study of law is one of the important studies that all societies need, given that societies in their construction, structure and stability need the judge, the lawyer, the prosecutor, the director, and many many important places that need a jurist who studies the law.
The study of law is considered a distinguished research study that aims to prepare distinguished legal graduates in the field of law and justice who are qualified to be distinguished cadres in the field of judiciary and advocacy, legal departments, companies and banks, whether in the governmental or private sectors
Upgrading the academic level of law and justice students at the level of politics, economics and society through upgrading the legislative level starting from studying the constitution and political systems in addition to legislation and general laws in the field of administration, international relations, public and private international law and financial sciences in addition to legislation and special laws such as civil law, commercial law and fundamentals Trials, in addition to the principles of implementation, social legislation, civil and penal principles, forensic sciences and everything related to law and its sciences according to the methodology of scientific research in order to qualify those working in the field of law and to find centers for arbitration and dispute resolution and advisory centers to reach the legislative elites that cover societies with complete distinction in order to achieve the idea of justice that stems from the idea of truth And duty
The Faculty of Law at International Suleiman University strives to develop academic work, whether at the undergraduate or postgraduate level, by securing distinguished scientific cadres of law professors, judges, lawyers, and those with scientific competencies and all the necessary clarifications for direct education and electronic platforms for open and virtual learning to secure communication The direct link between the professor and the student while securing the legal curricula and references that the students need, and all of this is to reach graduates who possess knowledge, knowledge, experience and competence and who provide human societies with their needs of human rights qualified personnel to cover the needs of societies.
Bachelor’s programme in law
Bachelor degree programme in law
1. The Duration of study to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in law is four academic years for those admitted on the basis of high school diploma and two years for those admitted to the promotion program 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.
An Introduction to The Science of Law
|The Constitutional Law|
|Criminal Law – General Section1|
|Social Legislation(Cooperation Legislation)|
Criminal Law – General Section
|Public Freedoms and Human Rights|
|History of Law|
|An Introduction to the Study of Islamic Legislation
|Criminal Law – Special Section Crimes of Persons and Funds|
|Commercial Law (Business)|
|Administrative Law 1|
|Family Law(Marriage and Divorce)|
|Civil Law – Sources of Commitment|
|Public International Law
|Criminal Law – Special Section –Crimes of State Security and Public Administration|
|Administrative Law 2|
|Civil Law – Provisions of the Obligation|
|Introduction to Political Science|
|Commercial Law(Commercial Companies)
|Commercial Law (Support)|
|Civil Law(Contract of Sale)|
|Administrative Law 3
|International Private Law1|
|Civil Law(Original in-kind rights)|
|Maritime and Air Law|
|International Economic Law
|International Private Law2|
|Law of Evidence and Implementation Assets|
|Civil Law(In- Kind Rights
Legal Methodology 1
|Principles of Fiqh|
|Optional Material 1|
|Optional material 2|
|Optional material 3|
|Legal Methodology 2|