BACHELOR IN RECORDS AND ARCHIVES MANAGEMENT
The Bachelor in Records and Archives Management specializes in dealing with the problematic and innovative aspects of records and archives management. This field aims to achieve quality of records and information management through the latest methods and technologies in accordance with modern approaches and methodologies. The Department of Records and Archives Management has created this program at a Bachelor’s level in order to respond to the diversity of the needs of the job market and to produce graduates versed in this important field of work and discipline. A Bachelor degree in Records and Archives Management will provide students with numerous potential employment opportunities in various specialisms (e.g….. general management and administration) and organizations (e.g., public, private, international and NGOs).
The program requires students to enroll in 21 University required credit hours which include general courses such as Arabic Language, English Communication Skills, Sociology, etc. After completing the University required credits, students will be required to enroll in 45 credit hours of College requirements (if Bachelor students) or 30 credit hours (if Diploma students) which features business related courses. Upon completion of the College requirements, students will be able to register for the remaining 57 credit hours (if Bachelor students) or 15 credit hours (if Diploma students) towards the Records and Archives Management Major. Students may complete the Bachelor program upon completion of the required 123 credit hours, which should occur after 8 academic semesters or may complete the Diploma program upon completion of the required 66 credit hours after 4 academic semesters.