In order to accept to affiliate students in the first year of one of the BS specialties at the Faculty of Sciences, students must possess a high school degree in general sciences or in life sciences, or any of its equivalent degrees.
The student determines the courses he wishes to be enrolled in.
No student may enroll in more than 30 credits per semester.
If the student fails in some courses, he has to enroll in this course, and complements the rest of his credits in accordance with the distribution sequence of the classroom.
Evaluation and examination system:
Will be adopted a continuous assessment and final written exam in all theory courses.
Used in the continuous assessment various evaluation methods of partial written exam and preparation of reports and researches.
Conducting final written exams for each course in two sessions: the first one at the end of the semester while the second is scheduled by the faculty's board.
The final written exam for each course must not exceed two hours.
The final mark for each course consists of a theoretical total consisting of continuous assessment mark (30% of the mark) and final written exam mark (70% of the mark).
Success in the first year depends on the overall average (i.e. semester 1 and 2), for all courses and is considered successful if the student receives a 50/100 average and above.
Starting from the third semester (the second year), courses are considered as educational unit where a mark of 50/100 and above consideres the sudent successful.
For laboratory sessions, a special system based on weekly follow-up work and a final exam.
Second session final written exams are conducted only for students who failed first session exam while keeping continuous assessment grade for the second session. The final mark in this case consists of the total continuous assessment mark and the final written exam for the second session.
Teaching of foreign languages in BS (French or English)
The student follows starting the second year, a foreign language course including three levels.
Level I (100 hours).
Level II (60 hours).
Level III (60 hours).
The student is subject after succeeding in the first year BS for an exam in a foreign language test which determines his level.
For example: if a student who is exempt from the first level, he must enrol at the second level, starting from the fourth semester.
No exemption from the third level since it falls within the theoretical courses.
Research Master Degrees:
Research Master Degrees prepare students to prepare a PhD or to work in a research center.
In order to be affiliated to a research Master degree, students should possess an M1 degree in the major.
All Research Master Degrees include a training period of no less than 4 months in an lab. At the end of the training, student should prepare a report on the subject of the training and present the achieved work.
Professional Master Degrees:
Professional Master Degrees prepare students to work in accordance with the requirements of the market.
In order to be affiliated to a professional Master 2 degree, students should possess an M1 degree in the major.
In order to be affiliated to a professional Master degree, students should possess an BS degree in the major.
All Professional Master Degrees include a training period of no less than 4 months in an enterprise. At the end of the training, student should prepare a report on the subject of the training and present the achieved work.