Programs & Certificates

AUNOHR programs includes:

  • Nine for a master's degree majors,
  • Nine university diploma majors,
  • Soon: Three Bachelor's degree majors,
  • And a special Student Program for individuals not seeking a degree but desire to enroll in one or more course(s) to gain skills and academic credits.
    Special Student Program

 

More than half of AUNOHR curriculum are pioneering in university education.

Postgraduate Programs

 

Master

University Diploma
The programs can be completed according to a flexible pattern in two or three years depending on the student's desire and/or ability. The programs can be completed according to a flexible pattern in one or two years depending on the student's desire and/or ability.

 

  The postgraduate programs offer the opportunity of both learning and direct professional development.

  Programs allow students from different ages and from all Arab countries to learn from each other and to share their practical, scientific and life experiences.

  Programs also enable students to meet professors and lecturers from around the world, including those who are most influential and inspirational in their fields of expertise, writings and life experiences.

 

Master degree

Each major includes 10 courses, 45 hours each (3 credits), and a thesis (6 credits), totaling 36 academic credits, which could be covered in 2 or 3 years (depending on the student's desire or ability).

  1. Philosophy and Skills of Non-Violence Education
  2. Social Training and Active Methods
  3. Conflict Management and Non-violent Mediation
  4. Non-Violence Theater
  5. Civic Education and Teaching Citizenship
  6. Human Rights Culture and Teaching Skills
  7. Philosophy and Strategies of Non-Violence
  8. Non-violent Communication and Media Skills
  9. Culture of Non-violence and Human Rights

 

University Diploma

Each major includes 9 courses, 45 hours each (3 credits), and without thesis, totaling 27 academic credits, which could be covered in 1 or 2 years (depending on the student's desire or ability).

  1. Philosophy and Skills of Non-Violence Education
  2. Social Training and Active Methods
  3. Conflict Management and Non-violent Mediation
  4. Non-Violence Theater
  5. Civic Education and Teaching Citizenship
  6. Human Rights Culture and Teaching Skills
  7. Philosophy and Strategies of Non-Violence
  8. Non-violent Communication and Media Skills
  9. Culture of Non-violence and Human Rights
Undergraduate Programs

•   Undergraduate programs provide opportunities for young students to acquire modern specialties with a promising future and job opportunities, most of which are novel majors in the country.

•   The programs enable students to self-realize and rebuild their human personality first, and to be innovative in modern career with new horizons and jobs that are increasingly required as quality occupations.

•   Each major includes 35 courses, 45 hours each (3 credits), totaling 105 credits, covered in 3 or 4 years (depending on student's desire or ability).

Undergraduate Curricula and Registration requirements will be posted soon.