Al Qasimia University in Al Nahyan Road, Sharjah Address, Phone Number, Email, Website and Services
Address: 63000 – Sharjah – United Arab Emirates
Contact Number: 97165181111
Opening Time: Monday to Thursday – (7:30 am – 4 pm), Friday to Sunday – Closed
Direction: View direction here
About Al Qasimia University
Al Qasimia University was established by a princely decree issued by His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed al-Qasimi, a member of the Supreme Council, ruler of Sharjah, no. 2 of 2013, on the establishment of an Arab Islamic university in Sharjah called the Qasimiyah University.
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- Colleges and Schools
- Programs and Departments
- Achievement Academy
- General Education Program
- Accelerated Master’s Program
- International Study and Exchange
- Registrar’s Services
- Academic Support Center
- Services and Resources
- Meet the Faculty
- Teaching and Research Awards
GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
Information presented on this webpage pertains to the revised General Education Program requirements in effect
from the Fall 2012 semester onward. Students following undergraduate catalogs prior to the 2012–2013 academic year must adhere to the general education requirements.
Students following catalogs in effect from Fall 2012 onward must use the General Education Program Advising Worksheet.
- Students must successfully complete a minimum of 18 credit hours (catalogs prior to 2020–2021) or 15 credit hours (2020–2021 catalog onwards) in courses meeting the following core general education areas. Credits earned in these areas cannot be counted towards other general education requirements or other degree program requirements.
- Non-Core Requirements
- Students must be successfully complete a minimum of 24 credits in courses meeting the following, non-core general education areas. Courses in these areas may also major requirements. In cases where a course is considered both a non-core general education requirement and a major requirement.