College of Arts and Sciences - Al-Khafji
  • About

    The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Hafr Al Batin's campus in Al Khafji was established in 2002 in order to meet the educational needs and requirements of the local community.

  • Introduction

    The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Hafr Al Batin's campus in Al Khafji was established in 2002 in order to meet the educational needs and requirements of the local community. This growing College has become an integral part of the community, regularly hosting lectures and seminars that are open to the public. The graduates of the University of Dammam’s College of Arts and Sciences in Al Khafji continue to serve their community by working as qualified innovative teachers at all levels of instruction from elementary to intermediate as well as secondary schools. In cooperation with the Ministry of Education, the College of Arts and Sciences has continued to guide and train teachers who have surpassed the high standards set for educators through an enriched curriculum that not only includes the standard course work, but also provides consultations with mentors, offers special lectures and employs innovative approaches for solving educational challenges.

     

    The Dean’s Message

    The year 1431 A.H. formed a decisive beginning for the University of Dammam which also included the inauguration of the College of Arts & Science in Al-Khafji.
    In that year, the University of Dammam became completely independent, facing challenges with striving spirit and persistence, aspiring for achieving a prominent place amongst other Saudi universities.  This can be done by developing infrastructure and basic-services facilities to apply best quality standards in all fields.

    The year 1431 A.H. marked the first time a Saudi woman presides over the Faculty of Science, where the Faculty marched towards development with clear pre-studied plans to achieve targeted objectives.
    We are not in a hurry to achieve these goals; however, we shall establish a Poly-Administrative Faculty that provides top notch services in both academic and administrative fields.

    We march ahead in slow but firm steps launching from the fruitful land of Al-Khafji, so that Saudi woman would reach the paramount of science, skill, efficiency and good manners.

    And an extension of the university mission to serve and develop the community, the program was inaugurated a Diploma program in Education in 2012 \ 2013 also the unit of community service in English language programs and computer, which had an active role in bridging the needs in the province.

     

    Dr. Faredh Abdulwahab Al Musharraf
    Dean of the College of  Arts & Science in Al-Khafj

    Vision

    The College of Arts and Sciences in Al Khafji is an innovative, comprehensive and growing institution that distinguishes itself academically and has a strong commitment to serving the community.

    Mission

    To provide society with highly qualified innovative ethical graduates through the introduction of rigorous academic research programs, in order to not only meet, but to exceed the needs of society as well as the labor market.

    Goals
    • Continually improve and expand the academic programs in accordance with developments in the areas of research, technical advancements and information trends.
    • Offer an interactive learning environment, which encourages communication between students and faculty members.
    • Continuously strive to create a suitable environment conducive to learning and scientific research.
    • Improve the national culture; promote volunteer work, a sense of responsibility and an awareness of living with others in accordance with Islamic values.
    • Prepare academically qualified graduates who are equipped with both the personal and professional skills that will enable them to successfully compete and flourish in the demanding labor market.
    • Encourage both professional and progressive development in faculty members, students and staff.
    • The College will grow and develop into becoming a leading center that serves society.
    • Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature

      Overview

      The English Language Department at the College of Arts and Sciences has developed an innovative curriculum and approach to teaching the English Language. The students in the Department are given a solid foundation in English, which they are then able to use to bridge the gap between local and English cultures. The graduates of the Department of English Language and Literature are prepared to successfully pursue their educational and professional goals by either continuing their research and studies in graduate school or by pursuing a professional career in fields such as translation and writing. Track : Arts and Education Level : Undergraduate Degree : BA Gender : Female Years of study : 4 (Preparatory Year track is one year in the Arts Track) Credit hours : 128 Additional requirements : Graduation Project

       

      Career opportunities

      The English Language and Literature program at the University of Dammam’s College of Arts and Sciences will prepare the students for a variety of professional careers where English is the cornerstone, such as teaching English, working as translators or writers, starting a career in the banking industry, as a customer service administrator, working in business management companies, educational institutions, healthcare, along with the expanding field of tourism.

       

      Year Description

       

      First Year

      The first year will be spent in the Preparatory year program in the Arts track and the student will study English language courses such as: general English, English writing and reading. These courses are required in order to qualify students who wish to enroll in the English Language and Literature Department in their second year.

       

      Second Year

      During the second year the student will begin to focus on their major and take specialized courses in English concentrating on both literature and linguistics. The skills of speaking, listening and writing will be emphasized and developed over the course of the year. Coursework will include topics such as: listening, speaking, reading, grammar, construction, expression, linguistics as well as contemporary English literature.

       

      Third Year

      The curriculum of the third year will concentrate on the art of conversation, English culture and thought, translation theory, literature of the seventeenth century, the emergence of the novel, syntax and morphology, semantics and meanings, applied linguistics, translation of scripts, the modern novel, and English poetry from the Roman era to present.

       

      Fourth Year

      The students will study in depth the topics of psycholinguistics, creative translation, literary criticism, theater literature, research methods, speech analysis, English language and information technology, sequential translation, as well as have an introduction to American literature. The graduation project will also play a major role in the students’ coursework for this final year.

    • Bachelor of Arts in Arabic Language and Literature

      Overview

      The Arabic Language and Literature Department at the University of Dammam’s College of Arts and Sciences in Al Khafji provides the student with an academically rich program that provides a solid foundation not only in grammar, rhetoric, writing and literature, but also in analysis, as well as translation techniques. The students will leave the College with a strong and eloquent command of this rich and complex language. Track : Arts and Education Level : Undergraduate Degree : BA Gender : Female Years of study : 4 (Preparatory year is one year in the Arts Track ) Credit hours : 134

       

      Career opportunities

      • The education field: work in public or private schools after the student earns her teaching credential.
      • Universities: work as a teaching assistant in private and public universities.
      • Media and information: radio, television, newspapers, magazines and websites.
      • Administration: in both the public and private sectors.
      • Publishing: as an editor, writer or copyeditor.
      • Private industry: research, investigate, write and edit Arabic content for computer programs and websites.
      • Marketing: copywriter.

       

      Year Description
       

      First Year

      The first year will be spent in the Preparatory year program in the Arts track, which offers courses in the areas of Arabic, English, Islamic Studies and computers to name a few. This exposure will help the students make an informed decision on what academic path they wish to pursue in the following years.

       

      Second Year

      During the first year the students will concentrate on courses related to their major and will learn about philology, grammar and rhetoric along with studying literature from the pre-Islamic Era to the time of the Umayyad Caliphate in the 8th century CE. The students will also be exposed to various research methods and historical texts.

       

      Third Year

      In this year the students will examine many works of literature, and continue to study rhetoric and grammar as well as learn how to apply these rules on texts taken from the Qur'an and Hadith literature as well as cover the legacy of Arab poetry, prose, governance and proverbs. The students will learn how to critique texts as well. Literature from the Abbasid Caliphate (8th century CE) through the golden age in Al Andalus will be studied during this year.

       

      Fourth Year

      The student will concentrate on analysis, synthesis and connectivity by using historical texts as well as conducting research. Speech analysis will also be studied.

    • Bachelor of Arts in Islamic Studies

      Overview

      The Islamic Studies Program at the College of Arts and Sciences at Al Khafji is an academically rich program that gives the student a broad foundation in the theories of Muslim thought and practices covering such topics as: Seerah, Hadith literature, Islamic doctrine, the tenets of faith, law, etc. Track : Arts and Education Level : Undergraduate Degree : BA Gender : Female Years of study : 4 (Preparatory Year track is one year in the Art Track) Credit hours : 140 Additional requirements : Internship, Written Dissertation

       

      Career opportunities

      The graduates of the Islamic Studies Department have many possible career paths to pursue from working as teachers (when they have earned their teaching credentials), to working as an administrator in both the public and private sectors, working as a counselor or continuing their studies in graduate school.

       

      Year Description
       

      First Year

      The first year will be spent in the Preparatory year program in the Arts track and the student will earn eight credits in the area of Islamic Studies.

       

      Second Year

      The second year is when the student really begins to focus on their major, Islamic Studies, and will take a total of 38 credits during this year. Eighteen credits will be taken the first semester and the remaining 20 during the second semester where they will learn the fundamentals of Islamic Law or Sharia.

       

      Third Year

      During the third year in the Islamic studies program the student will take a total of 34 credits, 16 in the first semester and 18 during the second semester. The rules regarding inheritance in general and how to apply and calculate inheritance in particular will be just one of the many topics covered during this year.

       

      Fourth Year

      In the fourth and final year of the program the students will take 30 credits, 16 during the first semester and 14 in the second semester. The focus this year will include an in depth examination of jurisprudence. The students will select their research topic for their graduation project, conduct their research and prepare their written graduation project.

    • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

      Overview

      The Department of Mathematics at the University of Dammam’s College of Arts and Sciences in Al Khafji has a proud tradition of developing the talents of its students and providing them with the tools and knowledge to become successful, innovative professionals in either the business or academic realms. College : College of Arts and Sciences - Quaryah Oliya Campus : Dammam Track : Arts and Education Level : Undergraduate Degree : BSc Gender : Female Years of study : 4 (Preparatory Year track is one semester in the Science track ) Credit hours : 129 Additional requirements : Graduation Project

       

      Career opportunities

      The career opportunities available for math majors range include careers as researchers and statisticians to professional management and administrative careers in the banking sector or in other corporations

       

      Year Description
       

      First Year

      The first semester for incoming mathematics and biology students will be dedicated to the basic sciences focusing on mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, health and fitness. After this preparatory semester the mathematics students will begin their mathematics specialization where the basic rules of calculus, the principles of logic and proofs will be studied.

       

      Second Year

      The students will learn about integrals and derivatives of series, functions, explore differential equations, solve sets of linear equations and learn about sequential and series convergence along with real function endings and statistical problems. The students will be exposed to various operating systems and applied computing programs and will learn how to use numerous programming languages in order to solve mathematical problems.

       

      Third Year

      The coursework for the third year will cover topics such as: learning the properties of regular contact and communication for real functions, being able to apply theories of vector analysis, learn how to present data statistically, be able to apply statistical standards and learn random variable functions. The students will learn how to apply engineering concepts, become familiar with transfer functions, topological concepts as well as learn about classified topological spaces with counting axioms.

       

      Fourth Year

      During the final year the following topics will be covered: how to find numerical solutions for algebraic equations, differential equations and ordinary differential equations series. Primary and marginal values for partial differential equations using complementarity transfers will be covered along with calculating composite integration and using deductive methods linking various axioms. The students will be able to distinguish between the main integer properties and determine algebraic number properties as well.

    • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

    • Bachelor of Science in Biology

      Overview

      The Biology Department at the University of Dammam’s College of Arts and Sciences in Al Khafji was established in 1430 AH/2009 CE and since that time it has grown into a well-respected department known for its academics and research. The biological sciences are one of the most fascinating fields of study available to students and the innovative Biology Department at Al Khafji continues that tradition. Track : Arts and Education Level : Undergraduate Degree : BSc Gender : Female Years of study : 4 (Preparatory year is one semester in the Science Track ) Credit hours : 129

       

      Career opportunities

      The biology graduates have a wide choice of career options ranging from working as a biologist for the National Commission of Wildlife Conservation to working as a lab technician for the Ministry of Health or a private hospital or research center. There are also opportunities to work in teaching through the Ministry of Education, as a researcher through the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock or work as a biologist for the Environmental Protection Authority among numerous other fields.

       

      Year Description
       

      First Year

      The first semester for incoming biology and mathematics students will be dedicated to the basic sciences focusing on biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, health and fitness. After this first or preparatory semester the student will begin to focus on biology by covering topics such as: invertebrates and their life cycles, animal and plant cells, their chemical compositions and learning the basics of ecology.

       

      Second Year

      The coursework during the second year covers genetics, Mendel's laws of heredity and genetic diseases. The plant kingdom, its divisions and advantages found in each group will be covered along with an in depth examination of environmental factors that affect the plant kingdom. Students will learn the proper way to prepare microscope slides as well as how to process cellular and histological materials and identify ways to isolate and classify bacteria and viruses from different sources as well as learn their medical and economic importance. The students will also study in depth the Phylum Chordata. The various types of environmental pollution and its impact on the environment will be examined during this year as well.

       

      Third Year

      The student will learn about the economic importance of fungi and algae and the methods of isolation and classification. They will continue in their study of plants, looking at the taxonomy, various functions, cellular structures, and analyzing factors affecting the enzymatic activity of plants. The students will also study insects during this year focusing on anatomy and the classification of insects. Physiology will be one of the topics for this year looking at different systems, such as the digestive and respiratory systems as well as studying the microscopic cell structure of different types of tissues. Parasites and the various relationships between a parasite and its host will be covered such as mutualism, commensalism and so forth

       

      Fourth Year

      The students will learn the importance of molecular biology, the study of immunology and immune deficiency diseases, acquired genetic and autoimmune diseases, allergies and the exact composition of the nucleic acids during this fourth and final undergraduate year. The basics of embryology will be covered in terms of the composition of gamete fertilization, the transfer of eggs, the transfer of sperm, and chromosome interaction. The significance of medicinal and aromatic plants, will be studied along with the influence of hormones in the process of plant growth will also be some of the topics covered during the year. Biodiversity will be examined with examples from local, regional and global levels.

  • Fatimah Misfer Al Malki
    Laboratory Technician

    Department: Biology


    Alanoud Abdullah Al Essa
    Laboratory Technician

    Department: Biology


    Wafa Abdulrahman Al Fqeeh
    Laboratory Technician

    Department: Biology


    Malaak Mohammad Al Balawi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Biology


    Manal Mohsen Al Fanais
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Biology


    Ohood Mohamad Al Dossary
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Biology


    Monira Saad Al Subaie
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Biology


    Afrah Saad Al Shmmari
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Biology


    Mashael Mohammed Al Aradi
    Lecturer

    Department: Biology


    Maha Mohamed Al Amer
    Lecturer

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Nayla Eltayeb Jomaa
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Aida Ali Mohamed
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Khadiga Gaafar Ibrahim
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Eiman Mohammed Ahmed
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Neveen Fawzi El Sayed
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Sawsan Hussain Karsani
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Eman Hassan El Sheikh
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Inas Mohammed Khamis
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Amal Ibrahim El Refaiy
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Nadia Fathy Eid
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Eman Ahmed Ismaeil
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Nahla Mohammed Abdulaziz
    Associate Professor

    Department: Biology


    Dr. Elham Ibrahim Atwa
    Associate Professor

    Department: Biology


    Nora Ibrahem Al Onizi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Soha Abdullah Al Dosary
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Arej Hatem Al Blwi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Hesa Hashan Al Qahtani
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Fatimah Abdallah Al Subaie
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Kefyah Hameed Al Rashedi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Salihah Saeed Al Qhatani
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Amany Orear Al Rwali
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Arabic Language


    Dr. Olaa Azmy El Sherbny
    Lecturer

    Department: Arabic Language


    Nadia Abdelgader Ibrahim
    Lecturer

    Department: Arabic Language


    Badria Yahia Ahmed
    Lecturer

    Department: Arabic Language


    Dr. Manahil Abdelrahman Mohamed
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Arabic Language


    Dr. Siham Abdelrahman Mohamed
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Arabic Language


    Dr. May Salih Nasser
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Arabic Language


    Dr. Sahar Talat Al Samadi
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Arabic Language


    Dr. Manal Mohamed Basyouni
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Arabic Language


    Nouf Abdalhadi Al Shamari
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Maryam Mashan Al Harbi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Mastora Lehalem Al Azami
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Heba Abdalkareem Al Majed
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Aisha Mohammed Al Mubaraki
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Ebtesam Ahmad Al Theeb
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Lamia Abdalaziz Al Onazi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Hanan Ahmed Al Aqeel
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: English Language


    Huda Ali Al Ateeq
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Manal Salah Al Qamadi
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Budur Fahad Al Harbi
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Manal Ali Jallalah
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Maryam Rabah Al Rashidi
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Fatimah Abduallh Al Yami
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Eman Mohammed Al Oneen
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Chital Ranjana Panganamala
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Rania Ibrahim Al Zahrani
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Najah Salem Al Baqawi
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Abeer Hamad Al Daferi
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Shabana Khalid
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Saji Shafeer Nalakath
    Lecturer

    Department: English Language


    Dr. Rafat Zehra Ali
    Assistant Professor

    Department: English Language


    Dr. Buthayna Saleh A. Al Garawi
    Assistant Professor

    Department: English Language


    Aishah Abdullatif Al Ammar
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Latha Sunidh Al Reshidi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Azizah Mohammad Al Qarni
    Lecturer

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Amjad Abdulazeiz Al Faraj
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dalal Talaq Al Azmi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Mona Mohsen Al Mutairi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Afaf Salem Al Enazi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Shaikhah Feras Al Khaldi
    Lecturer

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Amani Saeed Atwah
    Lecturer

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Nailah Mahmod Abua'aj
    Lecturer

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Kawthar Siddiq Hamdoun
    Lecturer

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dr. Qalia Mahmoud Khier
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dr. Najat Hasan Yaseen
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dr. Abdulbadeea Mahammad Abdullah
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dr. Khalid Saeed Al Basuoni
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dr. Musa Ahmad Edow
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Dr. Aref Saleh Ahmad
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Islamic Studies


    Asma Ibrahim Al Maharib
    Laboratory Technician

    Department: Chemistry


    Reem Lafi Al Onizi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Chemistry


    Wadha Khaled Al Khaledi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Chemistry


    Maryam Rashed Al Mari
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Chemistry


    Entsar Hamad Al Rawily
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Chemistry


    Amal Naif Al Onizi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Chemistry


    Dr. Mahasan Mohammed Ahmad
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Chemistry


    Amani Laheg Al Onizi
    Administrative Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Latfa Khuther Al Onizi
    Laboratory Technician

    Department: Mathematics


    Eman Sulaiman Al Ofie
    Laboratory Technician

    Department: Mathematics


    Fatema Hussain Al Saad
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Wasaef Hamad Al Ruwaily
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Aziza Kames Al Onizi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Dalal Mosaad Al Harbi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Jamela Faleh Al Subaie
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Wadha Mohammad Al Onizi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Tahani Ali Al Shaiban
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Hala Abdelrahman Al Fyez
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Laila Arfaj Al Shammari
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Seham Mabrok Al Amri
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Mathematics


    Narjes Mahmoud Bechir
    Lecturer

    Department: Mathematics


    Laila Othman Al Mahe
    Lecturer

    Department: Mathematics


    Fetha Salman Al Ameen
    Lecturer

    Department: Mathematics


    Basma Salah Al Onizi
    Lecturer

    Department: Mathematics


    Dr. Waleed Othman Younis
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Mathematics


    Dr. Mohammed Hashemi Zarai
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Mathematics


    Dr. Mona Fathi Sayed
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Mathematics


    May Saud Al Nahas
    Department Secretary

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Monifa Kareem Al Onizi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Supportive Subjects


    Nadia Monif Al Motiri
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Shamsa Majed Al Otibi
    Teacher Assistant

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Maha Moktar Nouraldean
    Lecturer

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Mariam Othman Ahmad
    Lecturer

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Rahma Terab Haroun
    Lecturer

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Amaal Ali Mohammed
    Lecturer

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Zeinab Eltahir El Sheikh
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Asma Mousa Al Hegog
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Amira Bakri Al Mahi
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Safenaz Mohamed Abozaid
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Batla Sfoq Al Anazi
    Assistant Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Abdelsamad Kaed Al Aghbary
    Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


    Dr. Farida Abdalwahab Al Mosharaf
    Professor

    Department: Supportive Studies


  • Contact

    Office of the College Dean

    Dr. Faredh Abdulwahab Al Musharraf

    Secretary
    Phone: 7673731 – 186\187

    Fax: 7673653
    E-mail: dean.as.kfj@uod.edu.sa

     

    Office of the Vice-Dean for Administrative and Financial Affairs

    Dr.Batla Sfog Alonizi
    Phone: 7673731 - 140
    Secretary
    Tel: 7673731  -104/136/137

    Fax: 037677477
    E-mail: cask.aaff@uod.edu.sa

     

    Office of the Vice-Dean for Academic Affairs

    Dr. Mona Sayed Fathi
    Phone: 7673731 - 209
    Secretary
    Phone:7673731-214/213

    Fax: 7677877
    E-mail: cask.aa@uod.edu.sa

     

    Office of the Director of Administrative and Financial Affairs

    Mr. Muhammad Saud Alshammari
    Phone: 7667001
    Phone: 7673731 - 111/181
    Secretary
    Phone:7673731-179/178/180/196

    Fax: 7673283
    E-mail: cask.dfaa@uod.edu.sa

    Postal Address: PO. 1455 –Zip Code 31 971

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