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​​THE DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC STUDIES WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1430- 1431 H AND IT'S CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST SECTIONS THAT SEEK TO ESTABLISH VALUES AND TRADITIONS IN SOCIETY. IN TURN, IT SEEKS TO KEEP PACE WITH SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIELD OF ADVOCACY WHICH SERVES ISLAM AND SOCIETY. IT INCLUDES ALL BRANCHES OF FORENSIC SCIENCES. IT MEANS BUILDING THE PERSONALITY OF THE STUDENT BASED ON ISLAM, THROUGH THE SUBJECT OF RECEIVING PROGRAMS COVERING ALL THE FORENSIC SCIENCE SO THAT THE GRADUATE .OF THIS SECTION TO WORK IN VARIOUS FIELDS APPROPRIATE TO HER EXPERTISE


Vision

​The Department of Islamic Studies aspires to be a distinguished scientific department in Islamic sciences at the university level in Saudi Arabia, and in the Arab and Islamic world, achieving and contributing to the realization of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 in various fields.

Mission

The department seeks to prepare specialists in Islamic studies, contribute to the preparation of specialized research in Islamic sciences, participate in community service and provide advice to stakeholders.​

Objectives

Quality and ExcellenceLoyalty and belonging
creativity and innovationLeadership and responsibility
Integrity and respectwork as one team
Social ResponsibilityTransparency and accountability


1
​Dr. Mishary homed al dawaihi

 Head of Department​​ -​Faculty member- Assistant Professor

2
Dr. Ismail Y. Abushalfeh

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor

3
Dr. Sobhy owes Ahmad

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor​

4
Dr. Mohammad Jomah Al Omrani​

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor

5
​Dr. Mosaad Abdelsalam

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor​

6
Dr. faihan naif almutairi​

​​​Faculty member- Assistant Professor​

7
​Dr. Mohamad ah​mad Zghebi

Faculty member- Associate Professor

8
​Dr. Hawemal Muhaesn Al Emrani

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor

9
​Dr. Abdullah Hamid Al Shabhi

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor​

10
Dr. Ali Abounayeb

​Faculty member- Assistant Professor


  • f.almutairi@ut.edu.sa
  • 0144565257

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