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Division of Arts and Sciences

Division of Arts and Sciences

The Division of Arts and Sciences (DAAS) is a newly established division that serves a two-fold purpose; it offers general education courses, as well as specialty courses relevant to degree programs. Through the development of both soft and technical skills, the division plays a key role in the development of our graduates.

The division has been developing curriculums, creating, and implementing courses in coordination with different colleges and students. These courses cover subjects such as English, Social Sciences, Humanities, Mathematics, and Natural Sciences.

As a department with a diverse and international faculty portfolio, the department aims to provide students with an enriching educational experience. These subjects include but are not limited to English, Calculus 1, Physics, Biology, Astronomy, Sustainability, World History, Art, Sociology, and Psychology.

DAAS is equally represented on the University Council, holds leadership positions within the University, and plays an influential role in the development of AUBH as an educational institution.

 

Mission

Our aim is to provide career-interdisciplinary opportunities for our students, offering them a variety of learning experiences and skills to enable them to realize their professional and personal goals. We aim to play an integral role in the University's overall mission of producing career-oriented individuals capable of advancing the economies and societies in which they operate.

The division aspires to offer cutting-edge degree curriculum in line with the strategic plan of the University that is connected to the distinctive expertise of its highly qualified faculty members.

 

Vision

The Division of Arts and Sciences will be recognized as a professionally diverse and multicultural division committed to preparing students for success in a global and competitive environment.

 

Course No

COURSE CODE

TITLE

1

ARHG 101

Arabic for Non-Arabic Speakers

2

ARHG 102

Modern History of Bahrain

3

ARHG 103

Human Rights 

4

ARHG 104

Arabic for Arabic Speakers

5

BIOL 101

Principles of Biology I 

6

BIOL 101L

Principles of Biology I Lab

7

BIOL 102

Principles of Biology II

8

BIOL 102L

Principles of Biology II Lab

9

CHEM 101

Introductory Chemistry (eng)

10

CHEM 101L

Introductory Chemistry Lab (eng)

11

CHEM 103

General Chemistry (non eng)

12

CHEM 103L

General Chemistry Lab (non eng)

13

ENGL 101

Composition I

14

ENGL 102

Composition II

15

ENGL 205

Business communication in its rethorical contexts

16

HIST 201

World History through Art & the Humanities

17

HUM 101

Forms & Ideas in the Humanities

18

MATH 098

Pre-Algebra

19

MATH 099

Pre-Calculus

20

MATH 115

Business statistics

21

MATH 130

College Algebra

22

MATH 131

Finite Math with Calculus

23

MATH 151

Calculus I

24

MATH 152

Calculus II

25

MATH 203

Discrete Mathematics

26

MATH 252

Calculus III

27

MATH 254

Introduction to Linear Algebra

28

MATH 260

Probability and Statistics

29

PHYS 101

Principles of Physics I 

30

PHYS 101L

Principles of Physics I Lab

31

PHYS 102

Principles of Physics II

32

PHYS 102L

Principles of Physics II Lab

33

PSYC 101

Introduction to Psychology

34

SOCS 101

Introduction to Sociology 

35

SOCS 201

Introduction to Criminology

36

POLS 321

Comparative Political Ideologies

37

COMS 356

Intercultural Communication

38

ASTR 352

Current Developments in Astronomy

39

ASTR 352L

Current Developments in Astronomy Lab

40

PHYS 105

Principles of Physics III

41

PHYS 105L

Principles of Physics III Lab

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Program

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT

Undergraduate Programs
Bachelor of Business Administration in:

Graduate Program