جامعة النجاح الوطنية
An-Najah National University
Law & International Relations
Duration: 48 Months (4 Years)
Degree Awarded: Bachelor
Student must complete 145 credit hours

University Requirements Student must complete 19 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
0
This is a three-hour non-credited English course offered to students who score poorly (i.e. below 50%) on the placement test. Since the major concern of this course is to improve the students’ proficiency before starting their ordinary university English basic courses and major courses taught in English, special emphasis has been placed on enhancing the students’ ability to effectively acquire the four language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Specifically, the course attempts to ensure an academically acceptable performance on the part of the students at the level of the English basic courses. Moreover, the course aims at expanding students’ vocabulary needed for various tasks.
3
This course aims to establish the concept of Islamic culture and its position among the other international cultures, its position in the Muslim life, its sources, its bases and its characteristics. It also aims to introduce the Islamic culture in faith, worship, relations, morals, and knowledge, to discuss the clash between cultures in addition to Globalization, Human Rights, Woman Rights, Democracy and other contemporary issues.
3
This course aims to improve the level of students in language skills and various literary, read and absorb and express written, and oral and tasted literary, through texts flags authors and poets in different eras, lessons in grammar and spelling, and brief definition months dictionaries and Arab old ones the modern and how to use them. This course aims to implement the Arabic language in the areas of reading and expression of both types oral and written communication.
3
This is a three credit-hour university-required English language course designed for students who need to work on the four skills of the language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The development of vocabulary and skills of comprehension are integral parts of the course. In addition, various reading strategies (making predictions, identifying main ideas, reading for details, relating information in the text to life experience) are introduced and developed through a wide range of topics for reading and writing. The course encourages a more analytical and independent approach to study and helps prepare the students for any subsequent exam preparation.
3
The course is mandatory for university students from various disciplines, so it does provide students with knowledge and `information about the Palestinian reality and in particular the political developments of the Palestinian cause since its inception until the present day in line social and economic developments and political which constitute the main pillars for the study of the Palestinian political reality. This course aims to study Palestinian issue from its begging until present day in social, economic and political issue.
11000108 Community Service 1
11000117 Leadership and Communication Skills 1
11000126 Introduction to Computer Science and Skills 2
11000326 English Language II 3

Faculty Optional Requirements Student must complete 3 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
    • 11101311 or
    • 11101315 or
    • 11102515
The Legal Clinic course aims to train students on scientific solving of legal issues sent to the Legal Clinic by offering the customers services and consulting for free. Students spend 192 hours, four daily and 12 weekly, and are evaluated by the Legal Clinic Director
3
    • 11101311 or
    • 11101315 or
    • 11102515
The course aims to teach students the practical aspects of legal life by simulating civil, criminal, and administrative courts and presenting cases before a court. Roles are distributed among students, including the governing body, prosecutors, and the defense. Students spend 96 hours and are evaluated according to their functional performance
3
    • 11101311 or
    • 11101315 or
    • 11102515
This course aims to introduce the students to legal regulation and the working process in legal departments. It provides students with field training in specialized legal departments as students spend 192 hours; 4 hours daily and 12 weekly. Students are evaluated by both the legal department and the course teacher.

Speciality Requirements Student must complete 81 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
This course ‎aims to ‎introduce ‎students to the ‎nature and ‎historical development ‎of law, and ‎how to ‎formulate its ‎rules and ‎identify the ‎goals‏,‏ properties and ‎sources of ‎these rules, as ‎well as ‎categorize ‎legal ‎principles‏,‏ apply and ‎interpret them.
3
In this course ‎students study ‎the nature and ‎development ‎of commercial ‎law,‎ merchandising ‎and general ‎laws that ‎regulate ‎business‏. ‏‎ The ‎course ‎provides a ‎detailed ‎reference to ‎different types ‎of commercial ‎contracts: ‎commercial ‎sale contracts, ‎agency ‎contracts, ‎broker ‎agreement ‎contracts, ‎Commission ‎Contracts and ‎ contracts of ‎carriage.
3
This course ‎provides a ‎definition of ‎constitutional ‎law in political ‎systems. The ‎course ‎introduces students to ‎different ‎constitutional ‎systems, ‎methods of ‎granting ‎power,‎ electoral ‎procedure, ‎individual ‎rights and ‎public ‎freedoms. The ‎separation of powers ‎between the ‎legislature, ‎judiciary and ‎executive- is ‎examined,‎ addressing the ‎philosophy ‎behind the ‎separation and ‎the respective responsibilities ‎and areas of ‎influence of ‎each of these ‎organs of ‎government.‎
3
This course ‎mainly focuses ‎on general ‎theories, ‎sources of ‎international ‎law and the ‎development ‎of law making ‎processes. ‎Emphasis will ‎be placed ‎upon the role of law ‎in times of ‎peace and war. ‎Students learn ‎about States’ ‎rights and duties ‎within this ‎framework, ‎and the legal ‎means of ‎settling inter-‎state conflicts. ‎‎(Palestine and ‎the ‎International ‎Law)‎‏.‏
3
    • 11101110 or
    • 111101
This course ‎introduces ‎students to the ‎definition of civil ‎law and its ‎foundations. It ‎particularly ‎focuses on ‎individual, real and ‎pecuniary rights ‎and sources of ‎obligation. The ‎course defines ‎contract law, ‎including types of ‎contracts, ‎conditionality, ‎individual will, ‎detrimental acts, ‎and ‎responsibilities. ‎The course also ‎covers dishonest ‎assistance, ‎misrepresentation ‎and unjust ‎enrichment.‎
3
    • 11101115
This course is a ‎study of the ‎effects of ‎obligation in terms ‎of explaining optional ‎implementation ‎means, namely, ‎payment, settling ‎of accounts,‎ unity of pecuniary; ‎means of ‎compulsory ‎implementation, ‎namely, real implementation, ‎implementation ‎through ‎compensation; ‎means of ‎protecting execution, urgent ‎case-direct and ‎indirect trials, ‎modified ‎definitions of obligation effects, ‎right to imprison, ‎conditions, terms ‎and clearance –‎ impossibility of ‎execution – ‎passing of time ‎preventing from ‎hearing lawsuits‏.
3
This course aims at ‎teaching students how ‎to use the library, and ‎how to document ‎sources and references ‎when they write ‎academic papers. ‎The course also ‎teaches students how ‎to collect data, and ‎analyze and classify ‎them. In addition, ‎the course introduces ‎methods of research ‎and technological ‎resources used in ‎research.
3
    • 11101113
This course introduces the law of war and ‎how it developed ‎starting from the ‎second half of the ‎nineteenth century. ‎The course also ‎examines the most ‎important sources of ‎this law: customary ‎and conventional ‎ones. The course, ‎further, discusses the ‎most important legal ‎obligations of ‎disputing parties and ‎neutral states, and the ‎duties of the ‎occupying country ‎towards the occupied ‎region and its ‎population. ‎The course ends with ‎an illustration of the ‎characteristics of War ‎and ‎Occupation Law and ‎its shortcomings. ‎Palestine is takes as ‎an example
3
    • 11101111
This course covers ‎a number of ‎topics, including ‎the definition of ‎commercial ‎companies, their ‎types, their ‎dissolution, their ‎divisions, the way ‎of establishing ‎them, their ‎registration, ‎administration ‎‎(management) ‎and liquidation. ‎Furthermore, the ‎course also ‎provides the ‎definition of ‎bankruptcy, its ‎causes, ‎conditions, types, ‎position of law ‎towards it, penalty ‎imposed on ‎bankrupt traders, ‎in some cases, ‎particularly when ‎it is criminal ‎bankruptcy
3
    • 11101215
    • 11101111
This course ‎covers a ‎number of ‎topics ‎including the ‎definition of ‎commercial ‎papers, their ‎characteristics, ‎types, policies ‎‎(order bills), ‎checks, the ‎establishment ‎of commercial ‎drafts and their ‎exchange and ‎the guarantee ‎of their ‎payment and ‎the expiration ‎of obligation ‎cited in them. ‎In addition, the ‎course tackles ‎banks in terms ‎of their ‎definition, and ‎their role in ‎economy, ‎development, ‎in external and ‎internal trade as ‎well as loans, ‎their ‎conditions, ‎interests and ‎their kinds.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course covers the implementation of civil and commercial procedure ‎law, in terms of time and place, and the important principles on which the ‎litigation system is based, formation of courts, degrees of litigation in these ‎courts, including urgent litigation. The course also deals with the rules of ‎jurisdiction, conflict of jurisdiction and its types and international jurisdiction ‎of judiciary. Furthermore, the course will examine lawsuit theory and ‎litigation procedures; bringing legal action, its conditions, notifying the ‎appellee, trial proceedings, consideration of the case, aspects of its use, ‎requests, motions of defense, intervention, adjournment of the lawsuit case ‎and its termination, sentences and their types, determination of their effects ‎and ways of appealing against them‏.‏
3
    • 11101311
This course ‎covers the law ‎of evidence ‎according to ‎the different ‎Fiqh schools. ‎It also ‎includes a ‎study of ‎evidence: ‎written ‎evidence, ‎testimony, and ‎the new ‎argument of ‎Quran in ‎proof, besides ‎admission, the ‎right, preview, ‎and ‎experience in ‎accordance ‎with the rules ‎set out in civil ‎law and ‎evidence law.‎
3
    • 11101210
This course is ‎a study of the ‎most common ‎contracts: ‎Lease and sale ‎contracts. The ‎course will ‎provide ‎students with a ‎definition of ‎sale contracts, ‎their ‎characteristics, ‎elements, ‎rules, impacts ‎and ‎expiration. ‎The course ‎will discuss ‎proprietor and ‎tenant law.‎
3
    • 11101317
    • 11101316
This course addresses ‎crimes against ‎persons such as ‎murder of different ‎types (premeditated ‎murder, depraved, ‎felony murder) and ‎crimes of abuse, ‎indecent assault, rape, ‎abortion, crimes ‎against freedom, ‎threats, defamation as ‎well as crimes like ‎‎(forgery, bribery)
3
    • 11102114 or
    • 11101211
This course addresses ‎crimes against ‎persons such as ‎murder of different ‎types (premeditated ‎murder, depraved, ‎felony murder) and ‎crimes of abuse, ‎indecent assault, rape, ‎abortion, crimes ‎against freedom, ‎threats, defamation as ‎well as crimes like ‎‎(forgery, bribery).
3
    • 11101316
This course will ‎address the crimes ‎against property such ‎as theft and ‎embezzlement, fraud ‎and the crime of ‎giving a check ‎without balance and ‎methods of credit
3
    • 11101313
This course introduces Palestinian Labor Law. Topics covered include ‎definition of the law, its historical development, its sources, contracts based ‎on it, conditions for their validity, subsequent obligations on employer and ‎employee, reasons for termination of an individual’s work contract, ‎collective labor contract, union organizations, ways of settling labor disputes ‎with special reference to the most important rights, and advantages and ‎disadvantages of these unions.‎
3
    • 11101312
This course ‎studies the ‎powers of the ‎executive ‎council; its ‎responsibilities, ‎authority, ‎structure and ‎competence. ‎Along with ‎methods of ‎enforcement, it ‎also covers ‎executive bonds ‎and methods of ‎executing the ‎local and ‎foreign ‎judgments, ‎funds that may ‎be excluded, ‎custody and ‎consequences.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course ‎covers the ‎fundamentals of ‎insurance, its ‎emergence, ‎evolution and ‎types of ‎insurance; in ‎addition to ‎studying the ‎effects, and ‎obligations of ‎the insurer and ‎the insured ‎according to the ‎insurance ‎contract. Legal ‎solutions, direct ‎matter and ‎obsolescence ‎will also be ‎covered
3
    • 11101311
This course ‎begins with ‎the definition ‎of private ‎international ‎law, its ‎sources, its ‎nature, general ‎theory of law ‎conflict, ‎analysis of ‎evidence base ‎and schools, ‎concerning the ‎theory of ‎conflict of ‎jurisdiction ‎and types of ‎this latter.‎
3
    • 11101313
The main part of ‎this course is ‎concerned with ‎land law. This ‎includes ‎classification of ‎estates, ‎registered and ‎unregistered ‎conveyance, co-‎ownership and ‎trusts of land, ‎leases, licenses, ‎easements, ‎covenants and ‎mortgages.‎
3
    • 11101110
This course tackles two subjects: divorce and marriage. Topics covering marriage ‎include definition, wisdom behind it, legality, engagement, elements of marriage ‎contract, legal conditions for its completion, conditions tied to contract, effect of ‎marriage contract on dowry, adequate support of wife, fair treatment of wife in case of ‎polygamy; loyalty to husband and decision-making at home. In the second part of the ‎course, students will learn about divorce, its divisions, khulu’ (initiating divorce by ‎wife), its prescriptions or rules; custody (of infant) and its rules, and kinship expenses
3
    • 11102101
Topics covered ‎in this course ‎include legacy ‎and rights ‎pertinent to it, ‎reasons and ‎conditions of ‎inheritance, men ‎and women ‎heirs, reduction ‎of heirs' shares, ‎distribution of ‎remaining ‎shares among ‎heirs, greed, and ‎abolishment, as ‎well as kinship ‎inheritance. ‎Another topic ‎covered in this ‎course is the ‎will in terms of ‎its wisdom, ‎pillars, ‎conditions, ‎voiding, ‎retraction, ‎acceptance, ‎rejection and ‎obligatory will. ‎The last topic is ‎wakf ‎‎(endowment). ‎The course will ‎look at the ‎meaning, ‎conditions and ‎rules governing ‎wakf.‎
3
    • 11101113
This course is a study ‎of both regional and ‎international ‎organizations in ‎terms of ‎development, history, ‎types, and leaders. It ‎is also a study of ‎general theory of the ‎international ‎organization, its legal ‎status and its role in ‎the international ‎community. ‎International ‎organizations ‎considered are the ‎UN, UNESCO, WHO, ‎UNICEF, and other ‎United Nations ‎agencies. Regional ‎organizations ‎examined will include ‎the Arab League, ‎Organization of ‎African Unity, the ‎Organization of ‎American States and ‎Palestine in the ‎international ‎organizations (The ‎PLO).‎
3
    • 11101110
This course ‎discusses ‎general legal ‎rules ‎applicable to ‎criminal ‎convictions. It ‎addresses ‎reasons for ‎disclosure and ‎the liability of ‎the culprit, ‎instigator and ‎accomplice. ‎Students will ‎examine the ‎personal and ‎territorial ‎jurisdiction of ‎penalty law‏.‏
3
    • 11101110
This course ‎provides ‎students with ‎a definition of ‎administrative ‎law, and knowledge of ‎its origins and ‎sources. The ‎rules ‎governing ‎public ‎authorities and public ‎spending will ‎be examined‏.‏
3
    • 11102116
This course introduces ‎administrative ‎judiciary, traces its ‎development and ‎explains the principle ‎of legitimacy, the laws ‎of guaranteeing its ‎implementation, and ‎determining types of ‎controlling the ‎administration, ‎particularly judiciary ‎control, its types, its ‎development and ‎organization. ‎The course will ‎provide examples, ‎namely, from Egypt, ‎France and Jordan. ‎Students will also be ‎introduced to Supreme ‎Court of Justice in ‎Jordan, its ‎specialization, lawsuit ‎abrogation, its ‎definition, its ‎characteristics, ‎conditions for its ‎acceptance, aspects of ‎its cancellation and its ‎judgment

Speciality Optional Requirements Student must complete 15 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
    • 11101116
This course ‎includes a ‎study of ‎general ‎foundations ‎and bases ‎organizing ‎revenues, ‎expenditures, ‎public budget, ‎and a practical ‎study of it. ‎The course is ‎also a study of ‎the principles ‎of public ‎finance, ‎theory of ‎taxes and its ‎goals with ‎emphasis on ‎taxing ‎regulations ‎that are ‎effective in ‎the Palestinian ‎areas. The ‎course also ‎highlights the ‎role of taxes ‎in striking the ‎necessary ‎balance ‎between ‎revenues and ‎social justice
3
    • 11101313
This course deals ‎with commercial ‎arbitration as an ‎alternative means of ‎resolving disputes. ‎Conditions of an ‎arbitration ‎agreement are ‎covered along with ‎procedures, ‎issuance of an ‎award, objections to ‎implementation, ‎and appeal. All this ‎is in the context of ‎Palestinian ‎Arbitration Law. ‎The course deals ‎with the definition ‎of international ‎commercial ‎arbitration and what ‎distinguishes it ‎from domestic ‎arbitration, and its ‎role in international ‎trade relations.
3
    • 11101110
This course ‎aims to identify ‎the importance ‎of electronic ‎commerce and ‎the evolution of ‎international ‎laws in this ‎area. Students ‎will study the ‎establishment of ‎the electronic ‎contract and the ‎problem this can ‎cause in relation ‎to validity
3
    • 11101111
This course ‎examines the ‎international ‎trade law, its ‎sources and ‎evolution. The ‎most important ‎international ‎trade contracts ‎are addressed, ‎including: the ‎international ‎sale of goods, as ‎well as the most ‎international ‎conventions and ‎norms in ‎international ‎trade law.‎
3
    • 11101111
This course introduces the students to the ‎shipping legal ‎system, identity, ‎nationality and its ‎registration. Students ‎will also learn about ‎ship ownership, rights ‎in rem pertinent to it, ‎its confiscation, and ‎reasons behind the ‎action and the manner ‎of its implementation. ‎Furthermore, students ‎will learn about ship ‎navigators, namely, ‎ship proprietor, its ‎captains, and its ‎maintenance officer. ‎In addition, students ‎will be introduced to ‎contracts organizing ‎marine activity: ‎marine work ‎contracts, marine ‎insurance contracts, ‎ship-rescue contracts, ‎marine responsibility ‎in terms of collision, ‎insurance and rescue.‎ It also covers the ‎aerospace law that ‎governs the legal ‎relations resulting ‎from the use of space ‎to organize space ‎navigation, and how ‎to use civil planes ‎according to the ‎international charts ‎that organize space ‎navigations, as well ‎as the mutual use of ‎space between ‎countries, and the ‎treaties against plane ‎kidnapping and its ‎local and ‎international ‎sanctions
3
    • 11101112
It deals with the ‎genesis of ‎constitutional rules, ‎the evolution of the ‎system of ‎constitutional ‎governance and ‎general ‎constitutional ‎fundamentals in ‎Palestine, and how ‎the constitutions of ‎Palestine are put ‎forward, their nature, ‎objectives, and their ‎organization of ‎public authorities in ‎terms of Jurisdiction ‎and relationship. It ‎also addresses the ‎nature of the ‎constitutional system ‎in Palestine, the real ‎practice of political ‎sovereignty, and the ‎features of the ‎current ‎constitutional ‎system
3
    • 11101110
‎ Looking at topics related to local administration, the course will cover the rules ‎governing local administration, competences and the relationship with the central ‎administration. Students will learn about the expertise of each administrative body, ‎systems of practice, types of administrative control in the context of democracy and ‎accountability. Students will come away with a sound theoretical basis of ‎Administrative Law and its relationship with ensuring respect for rule of law and ‎protecting public interests.
3
    • 11101113
It studies sides ‎of the ‎international ‎law that is ‎related to the ‎rights and ‎protection of ‎refugees in ‎general, with ‎extra focus on ‎the Palestinian ‎refugees, and ‎the cases ‎related to ‎them in terms ‎of history of ‎the Palestinian ‎forced ‎migration, the ‎localization of ‎the refugees, ‎the return to ‎the home ‎country, their ‎protection and ‎the UN ‎resolutions ‎concerned ‎with them.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course will deal with the divisions of judgments, the procedures for issuing them, the implications of the judgment, in addition to the methods of appealing judgments. Where the general rules for appealing judgments, appeal, criticism, objection by others and retrial will be studied.
11101344 Public Finance and Tax Law 3
    • 11101116
3
    • 11101313
The main part of this course is concerned with land law. This includes classification of estates, registered and unregistered conveyance, co-ownership and trusts of land, leases, licenses, easements, covenants and mortgages. Learning Outcomes: after successful completion of this course, students should have gained knowledge of the working land and real estate laws since the Ottomanic rule until now.
3
    • 11101110
Students in ‎this course will ‎learn about local ‎legislations ‎aimed at ‎protection of ‎environment ‎and prevention ‎of pollution. ‎The students ‎will also learn ‎about the ‎environment, its ‎elements, means ‎of its protection ‎and its ‎sustainable ‎development. ‎Furthermore, ‎students will be ‎introduced to ‎international ‎environmental ‎laws ‎particularly ‎those related to ‎water and ‎natural ‎resources. ‎Pertaining to ‎urban planning, ‎students will ‎learn about laws ‎related to ‎planning in both ‎cities and ‎villages, and ‎different ‎committees ‎charged with ‎planning, their ‎powers and ‎formation.‎
3
    • 11101113
Students will ‎learn about the ‎establishment of ‎the European ‎Union, its ‎institutions and ‎the legal system ‎that regulates its ‎relations with ‎Member States. ‎The three EU ‎powers will be ‎discussed: ‎legislative ‎power and ‎executive ‎power, along ‎with the ‎European ‎judicial system
3
    • 11101210
This course will discuss artificial intelligence (AI) from a legal point of view in order to explain its legal nature. In addition, it will deal with the role of AI in litigation, and the possibility of using AI in the processing of data applicable to judicial decisions. Moreover, it will explain the civil and criminal liability of AI if used in legal fields. Finally, it will discuss some examples of AI in law and the problems that may arise during the application of such examples.
3
    • 11101317
This course discusses the concept of the military judiciary in Palestine, the types of military courts, their formation, their specializations, the powers of the Security Forces Justice Commission, the formation of the military prosecution and its specializations, and the military judicial departments. Also, this course explains military trial procedures and military judgments, as well as methods of appealing and implementing them.
3
    • 11102114 or
    • 11101211
This course deals with the study of the concept of new crimes in the field of criminal law in Palestine, which are considered new because they resulted from technological development, globalization and privatization, as well as dealing with the common characteristics between these crimes, in addition to studying the most important types and forms of new crimes such as drug dealing crimes, money laundering crimes, economic crimes, crimes of trafficking in human organs, electronic crimes, and other crimes by clarifying their concept, characteristics, elements, penalties, and their danger to the Palestinian society.
3
    • 11000326
This course will focus on studying legal topics in English in various fields of law such as corporate law, constitutional law, etc. As it will deal with legal texts such as legislation and court decisions, in addition to selected essays in law.
3
This course aims at providing law students with the skill of writing in a direct way to express meanings in clear words to indicate the intended meaning and avoid common errors in expression, while being familiar with the methods of expression, the rules of linguistic interpretation of texts, the integrity of the language of writing and legal research.
3
    • 11101113
This course aims at deepening knowledge of the foundations of public international law, with a focus on practical applications of non-traditional sources in international law. Rights and duties of states, international responsibility. Peaceful and non-peaceful ways to resolve international disputes. The position of international law on liberation movements. An applied study of international treaties, including the legal rules regulating the law of treaties and eligibility for states, international organizations and liberation movements. Focus on the Palestinian reality in all of the above.
3
    • 11101113
In this course, the student studies the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Seas regarding international waters on the high seas, the right of riparian countries to exploit international marine resources, the definition of territorial waters, the continental shelf, the exclusive economic zone, the preservation of international waters from pollution, and dealing with treaties regulating marine wealth and water and the rights of states therein. To address international environmental agreements such as the 1992 Rio de Janeiro Agreement in Brazil (Earth Summit) and the 1997 Kyoto Agreement on the prevention of global warming (global warming) and the preservation of the ozone layer and the Earth from pollution damage and its main causes
3
    • 11101112
A general introduction to the development of political parties in Palestine since the end of the First World War. The parties that emerged before the Nakba and their nature, the emergence of nationalist and Islamic parties, the transformations that occurred in the patterns and nature of political organization after the formation of the Palestine Liberation Organization. Special interest in the partisan transformation in the era of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the emergence of new or renewed Islamic parties after the occupation of 1967. Changes in the partisan scene in Palestine after the establishment of the Palestinian Authority.
3
    • 11101110
This course deals with the philosophical basis of law and the legal rule, knowing their nature, the rules of legal logic and text construction, the philosophy on which the vocabulary of law is based on justice, responsibility, rights, duties, responsibility, equality, persons, protection, interest, agreement, and others, and the role of law in Achieving sovereignty and the public interest.

Sub-specialty Requirements Student must complete 27 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
    • 11101113
The course aims to introduce the student to the foundations and beginnings of the science of international relations and its various developments since ancient civilizations, the emergence of nation states (and the principle of balance of power), diplomatic history, through the two world wars, the establishment of international organizations, international conflict and cooperation, and the emergence of the so-called new international order and globalization. The course also includes a definition of the concepts of power, hegemony, strategy, alliances, foreign policy and other concepts.
3
    • 11101113
    • 11102511
Study and analysis of the most prominent theoretical and practical issues related to political transformations towards democracy, their motives, and mechanisms. Various theoretical approaches and perceptions about these transformations (elite theory, rational choice theory, social contract theories, and others). Examining practical experiences (successful and failed) for such transformations and comparing the experiences of countries that were able to free themselves from military rule, absolute monarchy, or totalitarian rule (totalitarian or totalitarian) in an effort to understand how they govern the interactions of democratic transformation processes with the economic system, the prevailing cultural structure and international pressures. The emergence of the topic and the political, intellectual and field motives behind the different directions of the literature of this topic. Study the experiences of Arab countries in the field of transition to democracy. The relationship between the processes of democratization, development, modernization, globalization, liberation, revolution, etc., and the relationship of this to the nature of the social forces that pushed towards these transformations. Experience, prospects and difficulties of democratic transition in Palestine.
3
    • 11102511
The subject of political economy and development includes the interactive relationship between the economy (the market) and politics (the state), and the impact of the market and its institutions on development and political activities. The course also focuses on the study of capitalist, socialist and mixed economic systems, and deals with economic policy at the contemporary global level and its impact on growth and development: international trade, multinational companies, aid, technology transfers, and debt.
3
    • 11102511
The course aims to identify the concept of international politics, its dimensions, effects, components, and rules governing it, and its relationship to development in countries. It focuses on studying the effects of policy between the state on the events of development and development.
3
    • 11102511
The course deals with the study of the ancient history of Palestine through the ages, explaining the human relationship with the land and the peoples that passed through it. It also clarifies the background of the emergence of Palestine as a political issue, as well as its Islamic position, and then sheds light on the emergence of the Zionist movement in thought and practice and its project in connection with the establishment of a national home for the Jews in Palestine. Then it deals with the resistance of the Palestinian people to the Zionist project after the British Mandate. Then it is exposed to study and analysis of the Zionist and Palestinian political system. Then he addresses the Arab effort to resist the project through the Arab-Israeli wars. After that, it deals with the political settlement from the beginning of the issue until today, in an attempt to reach a political solution to the Palestinian issue.
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    • 11102511
This course is based on studying the intermingling of politics and law by studying international human rights laws and their enforcement. It discusses the interactions between state sovereignty and issues of justice and pays great attention to global human rights issues and their (non-selective) application, and also analyzes current issues and debates regarding ways to enforce human rights laws. Existing through United Nations institutions, military intervention and judicial intervention. This course aims to analyze the global application of human rights by the various institutions that exist at the international level to ensure the implementation of human rights, such as the United Nations Human Rights Council, and some regional mechanisms such as the European Court of Human Rights. This course also aims to analyze the idea of ​​humanitarian intervention by projecting the international rules governing it to realistic practical applications and showing an assessment of how it works in practice, in addition to universal jurisdiction and the issue of considering national courts as appropriate mechanisms for interfering in the internal affairs of other countries by prosecuting some criminals Human rights, or the possibility of resorting to the International Criminal Court, which specializes in prosecuting some of the most serious violations of human rights, or the extent to which global civil society is benefited in terms of its impact on human rights violations instead of the impact of states’ positions. This course aims to introduce the student to the importance of democracy and human rights for the state and society in general and in the Arab world in particular. This course will focus on studying the stages of development of democracy and human rights in the world, analyzing these stages and their relationship with political regimes, and comparing that with the concept of shura. and human rights in Islam.
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This course discusses international governance and its relationship to international public security by studying international institutions that work to implement a global administrative system, the aim of which is to develop a set of policies and procedures that depend on the application of administrative methods and means on a global scale that seeks to make international decisions based on the application of international law, and treaties. International relations between the countries of the world. This course aims to identify a number of basic elements that control the idea of ​​governance and its relationship to international security, by studying a set of related axes such as the concept of global governance, the history of its development and its basic tasks in the light of the modern concept of international relations, and it also includes global governance bodies represented in the United Nations The International Monetary Fund and their relationship to achieving the goals of international governance. This course also aims to clarify the role of international governance in addressing the economic, political, societal, and military situations, and its relationship to the controls of local national policies based on the supreme principles that govern them within the framework of international relations, leading to the promotion of a culture of global peace, human rights and economic prosperity in the world that works to achieve security public in the international community.
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The course aims to identify the phenomenon of globalization and its various dimensions. It also aims to analyze the repercussions of globalization and its effects on international relations, the international system, state sovereignty, and the future of international relations in light of the repercussions of globalization.
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This course discusses emerging issues in the field of law and international relations.

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