Welcome Message

On behalf of College of Sciences and Humanities at Fahad Bin Sultan University, it is my pleasure to extend a warm welcome to you. For freshman and transfer students, thank youl mbtoosh 1521459717 for joining us; for returning students, thank you also for continuing to pursue your degree with us. For all guests, it is my honor to welcome you to the College of Sciences and Humanities.  

The faculty and staff members of the College are cooperatively unified and consolidated to better serve the students and make the University a leading institution of higher education not only in Tabuk, but also in the region at large. Through the wide spectrum of courses it offers, the College constitutes the heart of the University as it serves the entire student body at all levels; the college offers a variety of courses in basic sciences (chemistry and physics), mathematics, languages (Arabic, English, and French), physical education, and social and cultural studies (World Civilizations and Islamic Culture). These courses bestow the foundational liberal arts core for the undergraduate education of the students at the University great professional schools. In addition to the varied courses it offers, the college grants bachelor's degrees in two programs, viz., English Language and Translation, and Law.

Now, more than ever, graduates live in a world in which the ability to integrate knowledge and skills from a variety of disciplines is increasingly important. The College fully recognizes this fact and is constantly working to create opportunities for students to integrate and apply what they learn and achieve.

I am so pleased to welcome you to this distinguished community of learners and scholars who will help you achieve your dreams and empower you with skills, knowledge, and competency that will last a lifetime.


Mousa A. Btoosh, Ph.D.
Professor of Linguistics
Acting Dean, College of Sciences and Humanities
Fahad Bin Sultan University




The college aspires to serve as an exemplary institution renowned for its unwavering dedication to excellence in both teaching and research, fostering a culture of creativity, and sustaining enduring connections with the local community.


The college is dedicated to providing high-quality programs that equip graduates for successful careers and lay a robust foundation for pursuing graduate studies in their specialized fields. Embracing a liberal arts education philosophy, the College strives to impart contemporary skills encompassing communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, and socio-cultural interaction. Furthermore, the college is committed to fostering scientific research, ethical conduct, the appreciation of individual differences, and a dedication to integrity, lifelong learning, and community service.

Core Values

The core values of the College of Sciences and Humanities include:
Commitment to Excellence in Education and Research
Fostering Creativity
Upholding Accountability
Encouraging Collaboration
Valuing Integrity
Promoting Ethical Leadership


The College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH) is dedicated to realizing the following goals and objectives:

1.   Provide students with a solid foundation in literacy and numeracy skills.
2.   Measure and enhance students' proficiency in both content and procedural knowledge.
3.   Develop and improve students' communicative competencies, cognitive abilities, and social skills.
4.   Instill a commitment to lifelong learning and the principles of ethical and professional conduct in students.
5.    Prepare students for graduate studies in their specialized fields.

University Requirements

Students working towards a BA degree must complete a total 37 credit hours in University requirements. These are distributed as follow:
· 6 credits of Arabic: ARAB 101, and ARAB 201.
· 15 credits of English communication skills: ENGL 100, ENGL 101, ENGL 102, ENGL 203, and ENGL 206.
·  3 credits of social and cultural studies: SOCS 101 and / (A free elective course SOCS 201, SOCS 202, or SOCS 203).
·  3 credits of computing: IT 100.
·  6 credits of mathematics:  MATH 101, and STAT 100
·  1 credit of Physical studies: PHE 101
·  3 credits (A free elective course)

College Requirements

CSH requirements for the bachelor’s degree must complete 21 credit hours distributed as follows:
·   8 credits of English communication skills: ENGL 107, ENGL 204, and ENGL 241
·   3 credits of computing: CSC 100.
·   6 credits of legal studies: LAW 101, SOCS 210
·   3 credits of psychological studies: PSYC 101
·   1 credit of labor and career preparation studies: HUM 343



 Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the CSH service courses, students are expected to have:

a)      The ability to effectively use the English language essential to their success at the University.
b)      A fundamental understanding of social and cultural studies.
c)      A fundamental understanding of basic sciences, particularly the major principles and theories.
d)      The ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, physics and humanities.
e)      The ability to understand the relationship among disciplines.
f)       The ability to apply mathematical and/or basic statistical reasoning to analyze data.
g)      Improved critical thinking and problem-solving skills.



Admission Requirements

Admission to the bachelor’s degree programs in the Department of English Language and Translation and Department of Law is based on the general University’s admission requirements as determined by the Ministry of Education and the University Admission Committee.

Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions (2018-2022)

Course Descriptions (2022-2023)

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