The curricula for the B.Sc. in Medical Physics program have been designed by qualified and experienced faculty members. The 128 Credits of the bachelor program  have been designed in such a way to provide students with strong scientific and technical skills. The B.Sc. programs in Medical Physics share many common courses with the B.Sc. program in Physics, but nearly 48 credit hours include courses which are specific to the Medical Physics program.

  1. Pursue a successful career in medical and radiation physics related fields.
  2. Qualify for graduate studies and be engaged in lifelong learning.
  3. Exhibit ethical and scientific conduct and contribute positively to ‎society. ‎
  1. Apply knowledge of physics and medical physics ‎to related disciplines.
  2. Demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and solving problems.
  3. Design and implement computational models for biological systems.
  4. Conduct experiments, working independently and in collaboration with ‎others.
  5. Recognize the importance and methods of quality ‎assurance in medical physics.
  6. Use information technology to locate medical physics information.
  7. Conduct basic scientific research in the area of medical physics.
  8. Communicate scientific information and conclusions effectively to a ‎broad audience.
  9. Recognize the recent developments in the technology of medical ‎physics.
  10. Understand professional, ethical and social ‎issues and responsibilities.
  11. Acquire skills for self-directed study to ensure lifelong learning.
  • High school degree or equivalent, with minimum GPA of 70%.
  • The school degree or equivalent must be less than two years old.
  • Successfully pass the Lead public capacity test conducted by the University:

    1. Arabic-language public schools.
    2. English-language private schools.

  • Successfully pass any test, or a personal interview as per the University Council.
  • Be medically fit.
  • Be of good behavior.