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Undergraduate

Faculties Programs

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Pharmacy, Nursing and Health Professions

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Business and Economics

Faculty of Law and Public Administration

Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Undergraduate Admissions

Birzeit University operates on a two-semester system and according to credit hours. Each of the two semesters is 16 weeks, and a summer session, if offered (depending on available means and capabilities), is eight weeks long. New students are accepted at the beginning of each academic year, and a small number of students are admitted, depending on space availability, during the second semester. Applications should be sent to the Registration Office according to the dates published annually in the university bulletin.

Faculties

Through its eight faculties, including the Graduate Faculty, Birzeit University offers a wide range of graduate and undergraduate programs in various fields, where students can choose from 47 Bachelor of the Arts programs and 26 Master's of the Arts programs. Each faculty is constituted from several academic departments that offer specialized courses in all fields. In addition to majors, interested students who want to pursue an extra set of courses in areas different than their majors can be enrolled in minor courses.

Although the official language of instruction is Arabic, the university offers several courses in English. The educational system is based on four semesters - two summer semesters, one fall/winter semester and one spring/summer semester.

Undergraduate Programs

Accounting, Bachelor Program
Accounting, Minor Program
Arabic Language and Literature, Bachelor Program
Architectural Engineering, Bachelor Program
Audiology and Speech Therapy, Bachelor Program
Biochemistry, Minor Program
Biology, Bachelor Program
Business Administration, Bachelor Program
Business Administration, Minor Program
Business Economics, Bachelor Program
Chemistry, Bachelor Program
Chemistry, Minor Program
Civil Engineering, Bachelor Program
Computer Science, Bachelor Program
Computer Science, Minor Program
Computer Systems Engineering, Bachelor Program
Doctor of Pharmacy, Bachelor Program
Economics, Minor Program
Economics, Bachelor Program
Education, Minor Program
Electrical Engineering, Bachelor Program
Finance and Banking, Bachelor Program
Finance and Banking, Minor Program
French Language, Minor Program
French Language, Bachelor Program
Gender Law and Development, Post Graduate Diploma
Geography, Minor Program
German Language, Bachelor Program
History, Minor Program
Law, Bachelor Program
Major Computer Science, Bachelor Program
Major Geography/Minor History, Bachelor Program
Marketing, Bachelor Program
Marketing, Minor Program
Mathematics, Bachelor Program
Mathematics, Minor Program
Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor Program
Mechatronics Engineering, Bachelor Program
Nursing, Bachelor Program
Nutrition and Dietetics, Bachelor Program
Palestinian Archaeology, Minor Program
Philosophy, Minor Program
Physical Education, Bachelor Program
Physics, Bachelor Program
Physics, Minor Program
Physics, Bachelor Program
Political Science, Minor Program
Primary Health Care, Post Graduate Diploma
Psychology, Minor Program
Public Administration, Bachelor Program
Public Administration, Minor Program
Sociology, Minor Program
Sociology, Bachelor Program
Statistics, Minor Program
Teacher Preparation, Diploma Program
Teaching / General Track, Diploma Program
Teaching / General Track, Diploma Program
Translation, Minor Program
Translation, Diploma Program
Women'S Studies, Minor Program

Undergraduate Studies

The eight faculties of Birzeit University offers 47 academic programs for undergraduates in several fields of knowledge, that lead to a Bachelor's degree.

These programs include individual disciplines and interdisciplinary majors and minors, as well as many subspecialty areas that students have the option of exploring during their time at the university. These faculties have also established a number of graduate programs leading to Master's degrees.

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