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Faculty Regulations

Educational System

  • The academic year is divided into two semesters: each is fifteen weeks long. The faculty is allowed to organize a summer semester for six weeks long where the student can register in a maximum of two of the courses offered and it is either of courses previously required or courses that the student has already completed its previous requirements.
  • The student chooses the major that will earn him his bachelor’s degree in the fifth semester and, after successfully completing the faculty’s requirements for the major’s courses, the student needs to enroll in the previous requirements for the fifth semester.
  • Study in the faculty is based on the credit hour system and this is used to measure the weight of the curriculum.
  • The medium of teaching in the faculty is the English language.
  • To get a bachelor’s degree in accounting, management, BIT, finance or marketing, the student should successfully pass the minimum of the credit hours (137 hours) to graduate.
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Evaluation and Exams

A professor evaluates the student’s performance during the semester (attendance, mid-term exams, assignments, end of semester exam) and this is done by grading the course, conforming to the following table:

Grade Percentage GPA Grade Percentage GPA
A 90% or more 4.0 A- 85% > 90% 3.7
B+ 80% > 85% 3.3 B 75% > 80% 3.0
B- 70% > 75% 2.7 C+ 65% > 70% 2.3
C 60% > 65% 2.0 C- 55% > 60% 1.7
D+ 53% > 55% 1.3 D 50% > 53% 1.0
F Less than 50% 0.0
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Grading System

The GPA is calculated for each student at the end of each semester as a weighted average with the credit hours for every course. This is done as follows:

Student’s GPA = Total (Grade X number of credit hours for each course) ÷ Number of credit hours received during years of study.

The CGPA of a student should not be less than 2.0 (C) at graduation. If the student completed the total credit hours for the bachelor’s degree in a specific major and didn’t meet the required GPA, he can choose a maximum of three courses in each semester to complete the graduation requirements with the minimum required GPA for graduation and this after being reviewed by the relevant department’s council and the approval of the faculty’s council.

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General Grading

The grading for the graduation certificate is calculated as follows: 

CGPA Grading Rank of Honors
3.7 or more Excellent First Rank
3.3 > 3.7 Very Good Second Rank
2.3 > 3.3 Good
2.0 > 2.3 Pass

For the student to get the rank of honor he/she should complete the “studies for the rank of honor” as an additional course (3 hours) of the elective courses of his major or minor and this is calculated in the GPA and the student should not fail any of the courses of the curriculum.

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Additional Major

A graduate of any major of the faculty’s majors is allowed, after graduation, to study any of the other majors (but not the minors) to get a bachelor’s degree in it, so that the student will have to successfully complete the requirements of the new major (45 credit hours) and, if the student had previously studied some of the courses of the major, he or she will have to successfully complete the required hours to be completed from the elective courses of the new major.

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Admission and Academic Advising

At the admission into the faculty, an academic advisor is assigned for every student. The academic advisor is a member of faculty staff. The student is allowed to change his academic advisor after passing the courses of the second year, depending on the major subject he or she wishes to study. The academic advisor keeps a file for each student, containing an academic record and a record of the academic interviews that happened between the academic advisor and the student.

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Academic Load

The student registers in courses, equivalent to a maximum of 18 credit hours for each semester. He can register in courses less than this limit (the minimum being 12 credit hours in a semester) and this will depend on what the academic advisor decides. He or she can also register in more than this limit, but only after getting the approval of the academic advisor and the Dean of the faculty.

Admission starts two weeks before the beginning of the semester. The university determines the last date to drop or add a course or courses. The university also determines the last date for withdrawal from a course.

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Faculty Regulations

Faculty Regulations

About Us Educational SystemEvaluation and ExamsGrading SystemGeneral GradingAdditional MajorAdmission and Academic AdvisingAcademic Load Educational SystemThe academic year is divided into two semesters: each is fifteen weeks long. The faculty is allowed to organize a summer semester for six weeks long where the student can register in a maximum of two of the courses offered and it is either of courses previously required or courses that the student has already completed its previous requirements.The student chooses the major that will earn him his bachelor’s degree in the fifth semester and, after successfully completing the faculty’s requirements for the major’s courses, the student needs to enroll in the previous requirements for the fifth semester.Study in the faculty is based on the credit hour system and this is used to measure the weight of the curriculum.The medium of teaching in the faculty is the English language.To get a bachelor’s degree in accounting, management, BIT, finance or marketing, the student should successfully pass the minimum of the credit hours (137 hours) to graduate.Back to topEvaluation and ExamsA professor evaluates the student’s performance during the semester (attendance, mid-term exams, assignments, end of semester exam) and this is done by grading the course, conforming to the following table:GradePercentageGPAGradePercentageGPAA90% or more4.0A-85% > 90%3.7B+80% > 85%3.3B75% > 80%3.0B-70% > 75%2.7C+65% > 70%2.3C60% > 65%2.0C-55% > 60%1.7D+53% > 55%1.3D50% > 53%1.0FLess than 50%0.0Back to topGrading SystemThe GPA is calculated for each student at the end of each semester as a weighted average with the credit hours for every course. This is done as follows: Student’s GPA = Total (Grade X number of credit hours for each course) ÷ Number of credit hours received during years of study.The CGPA of a student should not be less than 2.0 (C) at graduation. If the student completed the total credit hours for the bachelor’s degree in a specific major and didn’t meet the required GPA, he can choose a maximum of three courses in each semester to complete the graduation requirements with the minimum required GPA for graduation and this after being reviewed by the relevant department’s council and the approval of the faculty’s council.Back to topGeneral GradingThe grading for the graduation certificate is calculated as follows: CGPAGradingRank of Honors3.7 or moreExcellentFirst Rank3.3 > 3.7Very GoodSecond Rank2.3 > 3.3Good2.0 > 2.3PassFor the student to get the rank of honor he/she should complete the “studies for the rank of honor” as an additional course (3 hours) of the elective courses of his major or minor and this is calculated in the GPA and the student should not fail any of the courses of the curriculum.Back to topAdditional MajorA graduate of any major of the faculty’s majors is allowed, after graduation, to study any of the other majors (but not the minors) to get a bachelor’s degree in it, so that the student will have to successfully complete the requirements of the new major (45 credit hours) and, if the student had previously studied some of the courses of the major, he or she will have to successfully complete the required hours to be completed from the elective courses of the new major.Back to topAdmission and Academic AdvisingAt the admission into the faculty, an academic advisor is assigned for every student. The academic advisor is a member of faculty staff. The student is allowed to change his academic advisor after passing the courses of the second year, depending on the major subject he or she wishes to study. The academic advisor keeps a file for each student, containing an academic record and a record of the academic interviews that happened between the academic advisor and the student.Back to topAcademic LoadThe student registers in courses, equivalent to a maximum of 18 credit hours for each semester. He can register in courses less than this limit (the minimum being 12 credit hours in a semester) and this will depend on what the academic advisor decides. He or she can also register in more than this limit, but only after getting the approval of the academic advisor and the Dean of the faculty.Admission starts two weeks before the beginning of the semester. The university determines the last date to drop or add a course or courses. The university also determines the last date for withdrawal from a course.Back to top FUE

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