Directory of Law Department

Definition of Department:
 
The Department of Law is one of the departments of the Faculty of Sharia and Law at the University of Tabuk, which provides through its program all the knowledge and legal skills required for its students, in line with the vision of the Kingdom 2030.
 
General information about the department:
The Law program at the Faculty of Shari'a and Law offers the University of Tabuk at its headquarters as well as in the female section.
 
The Department started with students only in 1435/1436 AH, 179 students were accepted, while in the year 1436/1437 AH 159 students were 173 students. In 1437/1438, the number of students was 138 and 171 female students.
In 1438/1439H, the number of students reached (120) students and (140) female students, with a total of (1080) students.
 
About the Establishment:
 
The College of Sharia and Law was established by the University of Tabuk in the month of Safar 1433 AH. Based on the decision of the Higher Education Council No. 13/68/1433 dated 21/2/1433 H culminated in the High Resolution No. 16930 dated 19/3/1433 H, and included the decision to establish the Law Section
 
Section Vision:
Provide a distinctive legal education, based on the applied method
 
Section Message:
Providing distinguished university education in the legal sciences to graduate competencies capable of keeping pace with contemporary developments and supporting scientific research and community service
 
Objectives of the Law Program:
- Building a scientific base for students in different fields of legal science.
- Link theoretical science to the applied professional aspect.
Work to build a legal experience based on analysis, reasoning and judgment in legal matters.
- Providing the student with the skills of preparing legal research according to a sound scientific approach.
- Providing the student with legal skills necessary to compete in the labor market.
- instilling the ethics and values ??that the man of law should have.
- Community service in various legal fields.
 
 Degrees granted by the Department:
The Law Department is awarded a Bachelor's degree in Law. In order for the students of the Law Department to graduate and obtain a degree, they must study eight (8) levels of study, two levels of the preparatory program, and six levels of specialized courses in which they study one hundred and forty-four (144) The student studies eight (12) units of study as university requirements. He also studies twenty nine (29) units of study as requirements for the preparatory year, in addition to ninety eight (98) units as compulsory legal courses (86 units of law and 12 units of jurisprudence) (9) optional legal modules.
 
- Conditions for admission to the regulations program:
- Obtain a high school certificate or equivalent from within or outside the Kingdom according to the rates determined by the competent authorities.
- Pass the Measurement test conducted by the National Center for Measurement and Evaluation.
- A Saudi national or a Saudi mother except those who have been excluded from the University Council.
- Should not have passed the high school diploma for five years
 
- Study Plan for the Law Program:
 
Level (1)
 
MATH106
Principles of Mathematics (1) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
MGT001
Principles of Public Administration (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
EHS001
English Language (1) (5 hours)
Mandatory
 
ISLS101
Islamic Culture (1) (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
LTS001
Learning, thinking and research skills (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (2):
 
COMM001
communication skills (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
STAT001
Introduction to Statistics (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
CSC002
Computer skills and applications (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
EHS002
English Language (2) (5 hours)
Mandatory
 
ARB101
Language skills (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (3)
 
LAW236
Principles of Law (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW234
The Constitutional law (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW232
Legal terms in English and English (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
SH116
Introduction to the study of Islamic jurisprudence (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
ISLS201
Islamic Culture (2) (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW237
Judicial Organization in the Kingdom (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (4):
 
LAW243
Administrative Law (1) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
SH240
Family provisions (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW238
Principles of Economics (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW241
General Theory of Obligations (1) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW245
Procedures Act (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW246
Zakat and Taxation System (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
ARB201
writing skills (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (5):
 
LAW355
General Theory of Obligations (2) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW352
General Criminal Law (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
ISLS301
Islamic Culture (3) (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW353
Commercial Law (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW354
Inheritance rules (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW356
Intellectual Property and Commercial Provisions (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW351
International Public Law (1) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (6):
 
LAW362
Civil Contracts (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW364
Property provisions (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW363
work law (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW365
International private sector (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW361
Administrative Law (2) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
SH360
Principles of Fiqh (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (7):
 
LAW475
Administrative disputes (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW474
International Public Law (2) (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW473
Methods of proof and implementation (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW471
Special Penal Code (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
ISLS401
Islamic Culture (4) (2 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW472
Commercial contracts and operations of banks (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
Level (8):
 
LAW481
Bankruptcy and Commercial Papers (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW483
Personal security provisions (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW482
Social Security (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW484
Criminal proceedings (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
LAW485
Research and training project (3 hours)
Mandatory
 
Law501
Air Law (3 hours)
 
Law502
Legal regulation of free professions (3 hours)
 
Law503
International Trade Law (3 hours)
 
Law504
Financial Markets Laws (3 hours)
 
Law505
International environmental law (3 hours)
 
Law506
International oil law (3 hours)
 
Law507
Criminology and punishment (3 hours)
 
Law308
Maritime Law (3 hours)
 
Law509
International treaty law and dispute settlement methods (3 hours)
 
Law510
International Law of the Sea and Diplomatic Relations (3 hours)
 
(The last ten courses are optional and only three are selected)
 
- Committees of the department with a brief description of each committee:
 
Development and Quality Committee Section:
The Quality and Quality Committee shall be formed by a decision of the Head of the Department. The Committee shall review the quality of the tests and follow up the process of developing the Section. The Quality Committee shall hold its meetings periodically and submit a detailed report on its work and meetings periodically.
 
Equations Committee Section:
The Committee for Scientific Equations shall be formed by a decision of the Head of the Department. The Committee shall assume its functions as of the date of the issuance of its composition decision in respect of the equations within the scope of the Scientific Section.
 
Academic Affairs Committee:
The Academic Affairs Committee shall be formed by a decision of the Head of the Department and shall assume its functions as of the date of issuance of the decision of its composition in respect of the schedules, tests, registration, deletion and addition for the students. It shall also set up the teaching schedules and the periodic and final tests.
 
Program Accreditation Committee:
The Program Accreditation Committee shall be formed by a decision of the head of the department specifying the functions and powers of the committee. The committee shall exercise powers in issuing the decision of its formation and shall work according to a plan for approving the programs within the department.
 
Communication with the Department:
Phone number: 0501407794