This program was created in response to the needs of the job market, where arbitration has become an increasingly popular means of settling disputes. It should be noted that students lacking a Bachelor’s degree in Law can still be admitted to this program, as well as regular Law graduates. Students coming from fields such as Contracting and Engineering are especially encouraged to apply.
This program qualifies graduates to work in the following fields/careers:
- The Judiciary
- International Arbitration
- Corporate Legal Advisory
For graduate degree completion, graduate students must satisfy the following requirements:
- Earn a minimum CGPA of 2.00 on a scale of 4.00.
- Successfully complete all courses as described in the study plan.
- The Degree Completion requirements must be met within the timeframe of the program.
- Successfully complete the “Thesis” course.
Total Number of Courses
Total Number of Credit Hours
Total (Excluding Bridging Courses)
33 Credit Hours
Tuition (One Semester)
Admission (One Time)
Last Updated on July 19, 2022
7 COURSES | 19 CREDIT HOURS
This course includes a study of the international foreign private relationships, the issue of legal and international jurisdiction conflicts, the adaptation of disputes, and methods for resolving them using the Federal Civil Transactions Law’s attribution principles. The course also covers determining the boundaries of international jurisdiction for federal courts.
This course covers the history of companies in commercial law, including their establishment, management, classification, and expiration, as well as the specifics of their provisions regarding limited partnerships, general partnerships, limited shares, public and private shareholding companies, and the explanation of their provisions under commercial banking law.
The course introduces the students to the foundations and methods of research and helps them how to choose a topic for research by addressing an existing legal problem and solving it.
Also, the course teaches the students how to develop solutions for legal problems through research and help them understand sources and tools for collecting scientific data, principles of legal writing, how to document the information and attribute it to its source and the rules of comparison between the current legal systems (Islamic law, Latin system and Anglo-American system).
Moreover, the students will learn how to discuss jurisprudential opinions and legal theories and weigh between them, as well as introducing a new opinion that enriches the researcher’s legal library. The course also covers the ethics of scientific research and oral expression skills related to the presentation of the research and its findings.
The student is assigned to prepare a legal research using the approved research methods and then present it to his colleagues.
Sat – Sun | From 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sat – Sun | From 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Tue – Thur | From 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Mon – Wed | From 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm