Admission for Graduate Programs
The applicant shall:
1. Hold a bachelor's degree with a grade of “good" (or equivalent) as a minimum from a recognized university.
2. Students with a mediocre rating bachelor's degree (or equivalent) are allowed to apply to a masters' program on the condition the student studies (3) courses from the master's study plan of the program he/she was admitted to in the first semester of enrollment in the program that is determined by the department and is hence the same for all students admitted to that program. The student shall pass the (3) courses with a minimum passing grade of (70%) or equivalent for each course, and a GPA not less than (70%) or equivalent. Accordingly, the student becomes a regular student, and these courses are accredited from the study plan courses. If the student does not fully meet this condition, he/she is dismissed from the university.