Hebron University - Graduation Requirements

College of Graduate Studies

The College was established in 1997 to contribute to the development and advancement of the University in general and to provide academic services for its graduated undergraduate students in particular. Its main objectives are the supervision and coordination of graduate programs and scientific research in cooperation with other colleges.

The following MSc and PhD degree programs are currently offered:

PhD Program:
  • Islamic Jurisprudence and its Fundamentals
  • Leadership and Educational Administration

Master programs:
  • Plant Protection
  • Sustainable Natural Resources and their Management
  • Business Administration (MBA)
  • Arabic Language and Literature
  • History
  • Foundations of Religion
  • Islamic Judiciary Law
  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Psychological and Educational Counseling
  • Information Technology and Systems Management
  • Islamic Economics and Banks
  • Applied Linguistics and the Teaching of English 
  • Instructional Administration
  • Public Administration
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Mass Communication
  • Applied Statistics
  • Sustainable Agribusiness
  • Public and Cultural Diplomacy
  • Pharmacognosy and Medicinal Plants
Entry Requirements

Applicants must fulfill the following conditions:

  • Hold an undergraduate degree from a recognized university/college
  • Have a minimum grade of (good) or a minimum GPA of (70%)
  • Applicants from open or distant learning universities may apply to the college provided they have a GPA of 85% or above
  • Successful interview with the department or program committee
  • Pass a written test set by the department or program committee
  • Submit two academic or professional recommendations
  • Proficiency in thelanguage of the master’s degree program
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