Master in Intellectual Property
This is a qualitative program in the College of Law and accepts graduates from outside the legal field. As the realm of Intellectual Property is pertinent to industrial and commercial sectors of all kinds, this specialization features a relatively diverse breadth of students.
This program qualifies graduates to work in the following fields/careers:
- Commercial and Industrial Corporations
- Legal Practice
- Government Economic Administrations
- Customs Authorities
- 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)
36 Credit Hours
Tuition (One Semester)
Admission (One Time)
9 COURSES | 22 CREDIT HOURS
course covers a detailed and analytical study of the general theory of crime,
including its definition, types, and study of its two aspects (physical and
moral), as well as an explanation of the criminal law’s applicability in terms
of time, place, persons, and the declaration of criminal involvement and its
provisions, barriers to criminal responsibility, and justifications for its
This course covers the definition of commercial law, its history and sources, the study of commercial business theory, the study of merchants, including the definition of the merchant, as well as the obligations of merchants “registration in the commercial registry, keeping commercial books”. Also, the study of commercial contracts, commercial mortgage, agency commission and brokerage generally, and legal protection for shops.
course covers the definition of the Code of Civil Procedure, and the study of
the judicial organization in terms of the formation of courts, degrees of
litigation, judges and their assistants, rules of jurisdiction, case theory, types
of judgments, and appeals against them.
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.
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