Graduate Studies

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King Khalid University - Media Center

 

King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, commended the impressive growth of scientific research in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the efforts devoted to excellence by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Crown Prince, Vice President of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Defense, and the Minister of Education, His Excellency Dr. Hamad Bin Mohammed Al Shaikh. His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy then discussed the King Salman bin Abdulaziz Prize for Higher Studies on the History and Civilization of the Arabian Peninsula, noting that it is uniquely committed to rewarding those who produce outstanding research in the determined categories.

 

Rector Al-Solamy congratulated graduate students Nora Abdullah Saeed Al-Shehri and Fatimah Saeed Abdullah from the Department of History at the College of Humanities for their accomplishment. He also expressed his appreciation of outstanding supervision by Dr. Ahmed Yahya Al-Faya, Dean of Graduate Studies, adding that this award is a reflection of academic excellence in graduate studies at King Khalid University.

 

Rector Al-Solamy: This award is a reflection of academic excellence in graduate studies at King Khalid University.

 

On his part, Vice Rector of Graduate Studies and Research, Prof. Saad Al-Amri, said: "The award is of great value to the university and adds to the university's responsibility of nourishing nascent research talents."

 

Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Ahmed Yahya Al-Faye, said: "Historical and cultural studies are actively supported by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. His Royal Majesty is a living historian who supports and encourages the field of research through a number of awards."

 

At the end of the meeting, Nora Abdullah Saeed Al-Shehri and Fatimah Saeed Abdullah thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Ministry of Education, and King Saud University for creating an encouraging academic environment and providing the guidance that led to them winning the award.

 

Of noteworthy mention, Nora Abdullah Saeed Al-Shehri's topic was "Saudi-Russian Relations 1410-1426 H. / 1990-2005", while Fatimah Saeed Abdullah's topic was "Political Relations Between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Iraq 1373-1377 AH / 1953-1958."

Graduate Students Receive Award From the King Salman Center for Historical and Civilization Studies of the Arabian Peninsula
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King Khalid University - Media Center

 

King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh R. M. Al-Solamy, held a forum with graduate students at the main campus in Abha. The forum, titled 'Graduate Studies and Vision 2030' was to discuss how graduate programs support the national objectives set forth in Vision 2030 and its appendant documents. The Deanship of Graduate Studies organized the event, which was co-chaired by the Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Ahmed Al-Faea.

 

In his opening remarks, His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy spoke about the critical role of graduate research and studies. University level scientific and technical research directly support innovation in many sectors as well as continued economic development. His Excellency also praised the university's graduate students, faculty and staff for the exceptional work in a variety of fields and endeavors. He also noted that the university plans on expanding graduate programs at both the masters and doctorate levels in order to serve national interests and achieve planning objectives pursuant to Vision 2030.

 

In his presentation, Dean Al-Faea explained that his team's mission is to provide an academic environment that supports and encourages students to do world-class research and development work. He stated that the Deanship of Graduate Studies has a continuous improvement program to monitor, evaluate and enhance the quality of its essential functions. The purpose is to ensure that the students have all of the tools required to conduct their work in accordance with the latest international quality standards. By constantly improving academic methods, the graduate students gain further knowledge and hone their skills. Dr. Al-Faea then thanked the Rector and the Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Saad Al-Amri, for their continued support.

 

At the conclusion of the presentations, Rector Al-Solamy recognized outstanding participants and expressed his desire to make the forum a standing annual event. The Deanship of Graduate Studies presented the Rector with two plaques to commemorate the forum.

المصدر: 
King Khalid University - Media Center

 

The Deanship of Graduate Studies at King Khalid University is pleased to announce the admission dates for 49 graduate-level programs for the 1441 AH academic year. Admissions will begin on the 14th of Jumādā Al-Awwal and close on the 27th of Jumādā Al-Awwal.

 

Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Ahmed bin Yahya Al-Faye, explained that qualified applicants will have access to 13 doctoral programs and 36 graduate programs.

 

Doctoral programs will include but are not limited to:

 

  • Islamic Law;
  • Sunnah;
  • Fundamentals of Jurisprudence;
  • Contemporary Schools of Thought;
  • Quran Sciences;
  • Education Management and Supervision;
  • Curriculum and General Teaching Methods;
  • Science Curriculum and Teaching Methods;
  • Islamic Teaching Methods;
  • Psychological Counseling;
  • Literature;
  • Linguistics.

 

Graduate programs will include but are not limited to:

 

  • Islamic Law;
  • Islamic Education;
  • Guidance Counseling;
  • Special Education;
  • Education;
  • Curriculum Development;
  • Science Curriculum and Teaching Methods;
  • Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence;
  • Visual Communication;
  • Learning Disabilities;
  • Education Techniques;
  • Literature;
  • Linguistics;
  • History;
  • Geography;
  • Media, Communication, and Journalism;
  • Crisis Management;
  • Tourism;
  • Chemistry;
  • Physics;
  • Mathematics;
  • Biology;
  • Accounting;
  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Clinical Laboratory Sciences;
  • Computer Science;
  • Information Systems;
  • Computer Engineering.

 

For more information and admission details, Dean Al-Faye called upon the prospective candidates to visit both the university website and the Deanship of Graduate Studies website. Dean Al-Faye emphasized that the Deanship of Graduate Studies will announce admission dates to the programs for the next academic year in the near future.

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