7. Departmental Monitoring Committee

Consistent with its resilient policy to keep pace with new developments in the field of science and technology, the university updates its course curriculum at frequent intervals (at least every three years). Such updating aims not only to include the expanding frontiers of knowledge in the various fields but also to accommodate the changing social, industrial and professional needs of the country. This can be done through the deletion and modification of some of the courses and also through the introduction of new ones.


The Board of Undergraduate Studies (BUGS) of each department forms a Departmental Monitoring Committee with three teachers of the department. This committee is in charge of monitoring and evaluating the performance of the course system within the department. In addition to other teachers of the department, the committee also may propose from time to time to the Board of Undergraduate Studies (BUGS) any changes or modifications required for upgrading the Undergraduate Curriculum and the Course System.

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