the Courses Teaching system :-

1. moving the College of Education Bakht Alourda on classroom and credit hours system, student studies by this system graduation requirements in eight semesters at a minimum in the Bachelor "honor" and may increase some of the students in accordance with the scientific abilities until you reach the fourteen classrooms maximum. But the College Board to give students a unique opportunity to end the graduation requirements, so as not to exceed sixteen classrooms maximum

.2. Graduation system Bachelor requirements"honors" the equivalent of eight semesters (167 credit hours)

Courses and specialty materials:

College includes three courses as follows:

1. Educational Course:

It contains the following disciplines: curricula and teaching methods, and educational technologies, and the philosophy of education and it s history, and the courses of psychology, educational administration, and activity. these courses mandatory for all students .

Literary Course:-

It contains the following disciplines: Islamic studies, Arabic language, English language, history, and geography

Scientific Course:

It contains the following cources: biology, physics, chemistry, and mathematics.Academic requirements for graduation .teaching requirements include every student receives, and is required to achieve the degree of Bachelor of "honors" a group of Credits of (167) hours. Distributed as follows:

1. University Requirements:

-It consists of the following courses:

University Requirements total of hours
Islamic culture 8
Arabic language 8
English language 8
Sudanese Studies 3
Introduction to Computer Science 2
total of hours 29

2. collage Requirements:

It is mandatory decisions on each student's college and totaling 42 credit hours, and collage Requirements consist of the following courses:

collage Requirements total of hours
. Educational Sciences 36
. activity 6
Total credit hours 42

3: Major Requirements: -

specialty of each student in one Specialization, required a study of the following courses:

Specialization academic requirements Credit hours for the specialty materials Credit hours for the specialty materials Total
1-literary disciplines 80 16 96
2-scientific disciplines 76 20 96

Curriculum: -

the curriculum includes study the requirements of each student receives a bachelor degree "honors" system per specialization range of the amount of credit hours (167 hours) distributed as follows hours required for graduation for all disciplines: -

Specialization University Requirements College Requirements Specialization academic requirements Specialization requirements assistant materials total of hours
1 Islamic studies 29 42 80 16 167
2 Arabic language 29 42 80 16 167
3 English language 29 42 80 16 167
4 History 29 42 80 16 167
5 Geography 29 42 80 16 167
6 Biology 29 42 76 20 167
7 Physics 29 42 76 20 167
8 Chemistry 29 42 76 20 167
9 Mathematics 29 42 76 20 167

University Requirements

The mandatory courses required by each college students and their details as follows groups

First, the distribution the requirements of the university classroom and credit hours.

Islamic culture

the year Semester Course Code and number Course name total of hours
First the first Islamic faith 2
The second Transactions in Islam and economic order 3
Second the third Fiqh of the family 2

Arabic language

the year Semester Course Code and number Course name total of hours
First the first Literary studies 2
The second Grammatical and rhetorical studies 3
Second the third Studies in Linguistics 2

English language

the year Semester Course Code and number Course name total of hours
First the first Listening & speaking 3
The second Reading 2
Second the third Writing 3

Sudanese Studies

the year Semester Course Code and number Course name total of hours
First the first



the computer:

the year Semester Course Code and number Course name total of hours
Second the fourth Introduction to Computer Science 2

 Second / characterization of the special requirements of the university courses:

A / Islamic culture


• The student is given topics will help him to understand Islam as a comprehensive religious for all aspects of life, economy and politics.

• The student knows the Goode qualities that must be foud in a real Muslim like recognized right virtues and get rid of vices so he can interact with the community.

• The student familiar with the origins of the Islamic religion Koran and Hadith, creed, and Islamic jurisprudence

.• deepen the student's knowledge of the science of legitimate transactions.

• educate Islamic students and the consolidation of the faith in order to be able to contribute in the field of Islamic Call.

Description courses and the number of hours: -

1. The decision of the Islamic faith (two hours certified)


-1 Definition of the Islamic faith.

2. The impact of the Islamic faith for a Muslim individual.

3. The need for people to creed, faith, Islam and charity and the relationship between the work and faith

.4. divinity issues - know God and to know the Creator Almighty.

5. polytheism and its causes

.6. disbelief.

7. pillars of faith.

8. Islam.

9. charity

.10. Characteristics message of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

References: -

1. Imam Ghazali, The science of religion

2. Muhammad al-Ghazali, the Muslim creed.

- course of transactions in Islam and economic order (3 credit hours)

Vocabulary: -

1.Introduction of Islamic transactions.

2. Money and departments.

3. Types of sales.

4. usury and types.

5. Bail Agency.

6. monopoly.

7. pricing.

8. definition of Islamic Economic System

9 Other economic systems.

10. socialism.

11. capitalism.

12. Islamic economic system compared to other systems.

13. public ownership.

14. Personal individual ownership

15. The duties of the ownership

References: -

1. Wahbah, Islamic jurisprudence and the evidence

.2. Mohammed Abdel Wahid, our economy.

3. Sayed Sabig the jurisprudence of Sona.

3. The Course of the jurisprudence of the family (3 credit hours)

Vocabulary: -

1. Identification jurisprudence family.

2. which consists of family.

3. Islam's care to the family.

4. The family system before Islam.

5. How urged Islam to marry.

6. Engagement

7-Marriage: it is parts , Conditions held and the reasons that lead to corruption and dissolution of marriage and the reasons for the prohibition and taboo of women, the rights of marriage.


9. dislocation.

10. kit.

11. breastfeeding.

References: -

1. Ibn Qudaamah,

2. ALimam ALdardeery, great explanation.

3. Mohammed Abu Zahra, personal funds.

4. Mohammed Abdullah, marriage and divorce.

5. Ibn Hajar, the provisions of marriage and divorce.

B- Arabic language courses:

Objectives: -

1. student mastering the basic skills in English reading, writing and conversation .

2. addressing the problems of the students in the construction of writing and spelling errors and expressive.

3. connecting the sources of the Arabic language and Quranic and prophetic heritage knowledge through texts and examples.

4. developing understanding and appreciation of the student through the literary effects and aesthetic appearances in literary texts.

(2) vocabulary courses:

Literary Studies: (two hours certified):-

It focuses on the study of the following literary arts:

1. Poetic Art ( Arabic poetry with study models)

.2. How to study the literary text and taste it.

3. fiction (the types of the story with the study of models).

4.Theatre Art (Performing types with study models).

courses: grammatical and rhetorical studies (3 credits)

1 / How to install Arabic sentence and condition.

2 / names in language and in its expression and construction.

3 / Arab verb cases:

* The passive voice.

* Intransitive verb and infringed.

* Rigid and derivative.

* Proper and ailing.

4 /Origin and evolution of the Rhetoric.

5 / Investigation in


1 / Studies in Linguistics (3 credits)

2 / four elements of linguistic communication:(Talk - listen - Reading - Writing)

3 / Arab-term and how to consist

4 / Arabic dictionaries and methods of use.

5 common linguistic / errors.

(C) the English language is required University


1. The development of the student's ability in the four basic skills (reading, writing, listening, conversational)

2. the development of Student General linguistic and also his own linguistic needs which related to the field of scientific specialization

3. enable the student to access information easily from foreign sources, all in the field of scientific specialization


Listening & Speaking

Course NO. Eng.1013

Credit hours (3)


l- To develop Colloquial as opposed to formal English.

2 -To understand and be able to talk about social & everyday topics of conversation using the appropriate idioms.


Students will consider small groups of "People"put in situations likely to generate argument، discussion or normal discourse. The people will be assigned characters، role and social standing. The students will supply appropriate speechfor each character. Emphasis will be on idiomatic language of greetings، introductions، and suggesting، apologizing and other social functions.


Course NO.Eng.1022

Credit hours (2)


1-To develop reading skills.

2 -To develop vocabulary and comprehension

3-. -   To develop reading' skills; surveying، scanning، skimming، extracting ideas making inferences، judgments and using context clues to figure out the meaning of words.


1- The lesson is introduced with a pre -reaching anticipation exercise. Anticipation exercises invite the students to think of reading as anactive rather than a positive endeavor.

2- The second step is the presentation of focus vocabulary items which arethe key words that are essential [or understanding the base reading. The students are drawn into looking for c1ues to the meaning of words.

3- The main reading follows next followed by short information questionsthat involve reading quickly looking for details (skimming).

4- Traditional comprehension questions follow the skimming exercise.

5- The next focus is on main ideas. In this exercise the student is asked to consider the whole paragraph، the purpose of it and the synthesized meaning of the sentences.

6- Drawing conclusions and making inferences make up another thinking skill.

After these initial six components، the passage can be used for times reading، word study exercises sequencing exercises and practice with specialized reading types.


Course NO. Eng 2033 Credit hours (2)


To enable students to gain sentence control..

To develop students' slandered to be advanced in writing skills.


Studentspractice English sentence forms. The logical progression begins with abrief study of the sample sentence and sentence fragments. Then studentsmove on the compound verb and the compound sentence. Finally،they write complex sentence with ideas subordinated by adverb، noun and adjective clauses. The technique of the sentence combining is also examined.

The following steps make the course:

Topic sentence and controlling idea.

Expanding the topic sentence by way o

D- Sudanese Studies: -Courses: Sudanese Studies (3 credits)

Strategic Objective Course

Strengthen the foundations of national education

.The general objectives of the Course:

1. provide the student at the beginning of the university phase with basic knowledge about his country and its issues.

2. Prepare students through the strengthening and development of the spirit of community and citizenship actor to contribute to nation-building and development and to protect him.

3. highlighting the components and characteristics of Sudanese society of diversity and multiplicity of religious, cultural and social

.4. introduce students to some of the contributions of national symbols to follow them.

5. Familiarity student with Sudanese Studies

Syllabus Article

from the entrance consists in five axes as follows:

General entrance: the nature and objectives of the Sudanese Studies and sources. The first axis (geography and population): -

1. Sudan's geographical location.

2. The climate and nature.

3. Population (tribes and distribution, and activities, and livelihoods)

The second axis: (historical development and political).

1. time map for Sudanese , ancient and medieval and the modern history.

2. National Movement and contemporary Sudan and include the origins and evolution of the national movement and national symbols and historical and political developments until the signing of the peace agreement

The third axis: (economic resources and major development projects).


)A) definition of natural and economic resources.

(B) the natural and economic resources in the Sudan (agricultural, animal, water, metal, oil ....... etc.).

2. development projects: agriculture, industry, energy, telecommunications, dams, etc ....).

(C) strategic planning and future visions.

Axis IV:

A culture:

1. The concept of culture.

2. Types of culture and characteristics.

3. Sudanese culture and characteristic and diversity highlighting the Arab, African and religious relics

(B) the identity and the population:

1. The concept and the components of identity

.2. Sudanese identity characteristics and components on the individual, family and tribe and nation wide and provincial level.

3. Sudanese identity issues through war and peace, and through poetry and prose

Axis V:

The consolidation of unity in diversity and to highlight how the diversity of tribal, cultural and religious diversity in the construction of one nation, united accommodate everyone and dominated by tolerance, cooperation and solidarity values

Sources and references:

1. National Strategic Plan .

2. strategic reports issued by the Center for Strategic Studies in Khartoum.

3. The Strategic Planning of the National Council reports.

4. Magazine Sudanese Studies, the Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of Khartoum.

5. Journal of African Studies, African Research and Studies Centre, Africa International University

6. versions Center for Future Studies in Khartoum.

7. versions Enlightenment Center cognitive Khartoum.

E – Computer course

:introduction in Computer Science (credit hours)The general objectives of the decision:

1. achieve the objectives of the university to keep up with scientific and technical development

.2. Introduce students to the computer and its importance and its components flag

.3. Training students to use the computer as a device is necessary in his scientific career


1. Date of calculators and computer generations

.2. computer components.

3. representation of data within the computer.

4. flowcharts and software.

5. principles of the Pascal language.

6. computer networks.

7. Introduction to the Internet.

8. application programs.

           Operation activities with the decision:

           1. to identify computer components.

           2. device and lock it down.

           3. Using the keyboard and recognition.

             4. going on the Windows system.

         5. WordPad.

         6. Control Panel.

             collage requirement

           1. Department of Educational Sciences

           First: Study Plan for the Department of Educational Sciences:

           courses of the first semester: -


Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
1011 Learning Skills 1


1032 The history of education and philosophy 2

  courses of the second semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
1022 General Psychology 2


1041 Education in Sudan 1

Courses of the third semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
2012 Psychology growth 2


2032 General Curriculum 2

Courses of the fourth semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
2022 Educational techniques (1) 2


2042 General methods of teaching 2

Courses of the fifth semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
3012 Educational techniques (2) 2


3032 Educational Psychology 2
3052 Educational Measurement and Evaluation 2

Courses of the sixth semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
3022 educational administration 2


3042 Special teaching methods 2
3062 Practical Education 2

Courses of the seventh semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
4012 education basics 2


4031 Instructional Design 2
4052 Educator Research Methods 2

Courses of the eighth semester: -

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Total Hours
4025 Practical Education
total of hours


About UofB

Since the Higher Education revolution set off and the expansion caused by the revolution. A group of local notables Duwaim initiated to catch up, commit several meetings in Duwaim continued meetings in Khartoum, the active participation of the people from Duwaim in the National Capital . In order to prepare additional memorandum Foundation calls for the establishment of the university in the region.

UofB Leaders

Vice Chancellor 
Principal of University
Secretary of Scientific Affairs 
Secretary of Student Affairs