Department of Physics


About

The Department of Physics was founded during the same year of the establishment of the Faculty of Science in 1984. The first class graduated in Fall 1987. Graduate studies program commenced in the Faculty in Spring 1984. The first defense of a master's thesis took place in 1988.

Mission

The Department of Physics in Misurata seeks to be at the forefront of corresponding scientific departments locally and globally in teaching, scientific research, and community service.

Goals

- To provide high-level education and instruction for both undergraduate and postgraduate levels to create highly qualified students who are prepared to achieve their future ambitions and contribute to the progress of society.
- To prepare specialized personnel in various branches of physics, qualify them, and provide them with high level of knowledge and skills so that they are able to play a role in community development and keep pace with progress and civilization.
- To suggest and conduct basic applied scientific research.
- To contribute to advisory and training services, short courses, extracurricular activities, and community education.
- Teaching courses of physics in other colleges and departments.
- To cooperate and strengthen relationships and exchange of expertise with scientific institutions locally and internationally.
- To enhance the values of individual competition.

principles

- The Department of Physics is interested in contributing to the development of knowledge in the specialization of physics.
- Preparing personnel with scientific qualifications in the field of physics.
- Participating in workshops and scientific conferences in the field of physics.
- Working to provide educational resources in the field of physics, including writing books, and translating manuscripts in the field of physics to develop scientific abilities in physics.
- Meet the external needs of consulting, studies, and teaching in the field of physics.

Vision

Better education for a better future.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 140 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

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1 فز 130 Michanics1 3
2 ل.ع 101 2
3 ل.ع 102 2
4 ل.ن 101 2
5 ل.ن 102 2
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7 ر.ض 101 3
8 ر.ض 202 3
9 ر.ض 203 3
10 ر.ض 304 3
11 ر.ض 306 3
12 ح.س 101 2
13 ح.س 202 2
14 ز.ض 307 3
15 ح.ص 101 3
16 ك.م 101 2
17 ك.م 202 2
18 ك.م 104 1
19 ك.م 105 1
20 فز 101 3
21 فز 102 3
22 فز 104 2
23 فز 201 3
24 فز 202 3 Michanics1
25 فز 204 2
26 فز 205 3
27 فز 206 3 Michanics1,
28 فز 207 3 Michanics1, ,
29 فز 208 2
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Department of Chemistry


About

The Department of Chemistry was founded in the Faculty of Science, Misurata in 1984 to be a scientific and cultural support to other scientific departments in the Faculty. The tasks of the department are as follows:
- The department seeks to connect chemistry students with other applied sciences such as environmental chemistry, industrial chemistry, geochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.
- Preparing cadres with a Bachelor's degree in various specialties of chemistry.
- Conducting scientific research related to the problems of society in order to find the necessary solutions and keeping base with scientific progress.
- The department works as a consultant in the field of chemistry for scientific and educational institutions in Misurata city and other cities in Libya.
- Teaching chemistry at the university level and contributing to the development of chemistry curricula at the university and other educational institutions in line with scientific progress in the field.
- Graduating holders of master's degree in chemistry who are qualified as faculty members and researchers.
It is worth noting that the department has been established in line with the development of the faculty, as it started as a section and is now one of the largest scientific departments in the Faculty. It always seeks to be at the forefront.

Mission

The mission of the Department of Chemistry is raising the levels of instruction in the department by employing the most qualified and highly educated personnel in the field of chemistry. This results consequently in graduating highly-prepared human resources full of ambition and ready to be involved in building and leading the society towards prosperity. The department is also interested in developing research in different branches of chemistry for the purpose of opening a new horizon for innovation and creativity.

Goals

- Educating and preparing students to participate in community development.
- Connecting Misurata University to the industrial sector in Libya.
- Facilitating and providing research requirements for local researchers.

Vision

The Department of Chemistry seeks to upgrade and develop its academic programs and curricula, and to renovate teaching and evaluation methods so that graduates can compete in the labor market. The department also has future plans for research in order to advance society.

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1 CH 100 Principles of Organic Chemistry 2
2 CH 101 Organic Chemistry I 3
3 CH 102 Organic Chemistry II 3
4 CH 103 Organic Chemistry III 3
5 CH 104 Organic Chemistry IV 3
6 CH 105 Organic Chemistry V 3
7 CH 106 Chemistry of Natural products I 3
8 CH 107 Chemistry of Natural products II 3
9 CH 108 Organic Spectroscopy Method I 2
10 CH 109 Organic Spectroscopy Method II 2
11 CH 110 Chemistry of Dyes 2
12 CH 111 Mechanism of Organic Reaction I 2
13 CH 112 Mechanism of Organic Reaction II 2
14 CH 113 Organic Synthesis 2
15 CH 114 Chemistry of Drugs 2
16 CH 115 Stereochemistry 2
17 CH 200 Principles of Inorganic Chemistry 2
18 CH 201 Inorganic Chemistry I 3
19 CH 202 Inorganic Chemistry II 3
20 CH 203 Inorganic Chemistry III 3
21 CH 204 Inorganic Chemistry IV 3
22 CH 205 Inorganic Chemistry V 3
23 CH 206 Complexes Chemistry 2
24 CH 208 Spectroscopy of Inorganic Compounds 2
25 CH 220 Organometallic Chemistry 2
26 CH 230 Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry 2
27 CH 300 Principal Physical Chemistry 2
28 CH 301 Physical Chemistry I 2
29 CH 302 Physical Chemistry II 3
30 CH 303 Physical Chemistry III 3
31 CH 304 Physical Chemistry IV 3
32 CH 305 Physical Chemistry V 3
33 CH 306 Physical Chemistry VI 2
34 CH 309 Quantum Chemistry I 2
35 CH 310 Quantum Chemistry II 2
36 CH 311 Electrochemistry and Corrosion 2
37 CH 400 Principal Analytical Chemistry 2
38 CH 401 Analytical Chemistry I 3
39 CH 402 Analytical Chemistry II 3
40 CH 403 Analytical Chemistry III 3
41 CH 404 Analytical Chemistry IV 3
42 CH 405 Analytical Chemistry V 3
43 CH 406 Analytical Chemistry VI 2
44 CH 407 Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology 2
45 CH 408 Food Analytical Chemistry 2
46 CH 501 Biochemistry I 3
47 CH 502 Biochemistry II 3
48 CH 503 Biochemistry III 2
49 CH 504 Biochemistry IV 2
50 CH 601 Industrial Chemistry I 2
51 CH 602 Industrial Chemistry II 2
52 CH 800 Project Research 2
53 CS 036 Computer 3
54 MA 031 1 Mathematics General 3
55 MA 032 General Mathematics II 2
56 PH 030 General Physics I 2
57 PH 031 General Physics II 2
58 ST 034 General Statistics I 2
59 EN 101 English language I 2
60 EN 102 English language II 2
61 AR 101 Arabic language I 2
62 AR 102 Arabic language II 2
63 CHA 101 Islamic culture Or Psychology 1

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Department of Biology


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The department was founded in 1984 simultaneously with the establishment of the Faculty of Science. Biology Department commenced its activities since the beginning of the Faculty. The department consists of Zoology and Botany sections which were created in the academic year (1996/1997) to modernize and develop curricula in the department. Microbiology section was later established in the academic year (2005/2006).

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Department of Mathematics


Department courses in PDF

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 AR.101 2
2 AR.102 2
3 EN.101 2
4 EN.102 2
5 Ch.100 2
6 PH100 4
7 PH101 4
8 PH102 4
9 PH103 4
10 CS102 2
11 CS103 2
12 ST107 4
13 ST108 4
14 MM111 4
15 MM112 4
16 MM121 4
17 MM122 4
18 MM131 4
19 MM132 4
20 MM211 4
21 MM212 4
22 MM241 4
23 MM242 4
24 MM251 4
25 MM252 4
26 MM311 4
27 MM312 4
28 MM341 4
29 MM342 4
30 MM351 4
31 MM352 4
32 MM361 4
33 MM362 4
34 MM411 4
35 MM412 4
36 MM415 4
37 MM416 4
38 MM451 4
39 MM452 4

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Department of Statistics


About

The Statistics Department was founded in 1992 in the Faculty of Science.
In 2001, the department had been transferred to the Faculty of Economics by a decision from the Administration of High Education and has graduated three batches of students.
The department was then transferred to the Faculty of Science by a decision from the Administration of Misurata University in 2005. The first semester in Fall 2006-2007 included 20 students. In Fall 2019, the number of registered students has reached 83.

Mission

- Contributing to the success of the educational process in different levels of education including basic, secondary, and university levels.
- Enriching the practical research process in the fields of statistics by publishing research projects .
- Graduating specialized personnel capable of contributing to areas of development in Libya.

Goals

- Preparing specialists in the field of Statistics by offering integrated study programs for obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Statistics.
- Assisting other departments and faculties in teaching Statistics.
- Conducting various scientific research studies with productive institutions in Libya.
- Promoting statistical education in various fields in line with modern sciences.

Vision

Statistics is a step towards advancement.

Contact us :

Email : stat@sci.misuratau.edu.ly
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Director: Mustafa Shebani Aboalyem

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 140 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

Mustafa Shebani Aboalyem

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Department of Geology


Mission

- Preparing distinguished graduates, both academically and professionally.
- Conducting practical applied research to contribute to community service.
- Offering advanced study programs and research projects, that provide the community with high-quality knowledge and trained personnel.

Goals

- Strengthening ties between the department and the community by providing technical consultations that contribute to development.
- Equipping students with practical skills to work in state-owned enterprises, especially in the fields of oil and gas, industry, construction, mineralogy, irrigation, etc.
- Preparing excellent cadres to complete their master's and doctorate studies..
- Arranging courses and scientific seminars in the field of Geology.
- Assisting the faculty in achieving its strategic goals of excellence by upgrading the department and improving its academic programs and offering effective services to attend to students and graduates.

Vision

Leadership and excellent in Geology for a better future.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 133 Units to Graduate

# Code Name Units Precedence
1 Ar-101 Arabic Language I 2
2 Ar-102 Arabic Language II 2
3 En-101 English Language I 2
4 En-102 English Language II 2
5 Ch-100 Ch-101 Cultural Course 1
6 MA-030 3
7 PH-101 3
8 CH-101 3
9 MA-031 3
10 PH-102 3
11 CH-102 3
12 CH-103 3
13 ST-034 2
14 ZO4001 3
15 BOT99 3
16 CS101 2
17 GE-101 physical Geology 3
18 GE-302 Historical Geology 3
19 GE-201 Crystallography Mineralogy 3
20 GE-301 Optical Mineralogy 3
21 GE-202 Paleontology 3
22 GE-401 Sedimentology I 3
23 GE-303 Structural Geology 3
24 GE-404 Geomorphology 3
25 GE-403 Micropaleontology 3
26 GE-402 petrography 3
27 GE-501 Stratigraphy 3
28 GE-405 Geophysics 3
29 GE-505 Photogeology 3
30 GE-601 Geochemistry 3
31 GE-406 Hydrogeology I 3
32 GE-502 HydrogeologyII 3
33 GE-602 Petroleum Geology 3
34 GE-603 Geology of Libya 3
35 GE-304 Environmental Geology 3
36 GE-702 Economic Geology 3
37 GE-605 Geotectonics 3
38 GE-503 Field Methods 4
39 GE-606 Project (B.Sc. Thesis) 5
40 GE-504 Sedimentology II 3
41 GE-701 Seismic interpretations 3
42 GE-604 Well logging 3
43 GE-705 Electrical Exploration Methods 3
44 GE-703 Geology Engineering 3
45 GE-704 Isotope Geology 3
46 GE-707 Soil Geology 3
47 GE-708 Planetary Geology 3
48 GE-709 Advanced Petrography 3
49 GE-706 Basin Analysis 3
50 GE – 710 Advanced Sedimentology 3
51 GE – 711 Wells drilling 3

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Botany


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We view that better education leads to a better future. The Botany section works on preparing specialized personnel in the field of Botany to serve the continuous development of our country and the scientific research sector and other related sectors.
It also seeks to develop its academic and research programs in conformity with the continuous progress in the field of Botany.
The department sincerely works to develop curricula and teaching methods in line with scientific and technical development in the field of Botany.
It prepares graduates, academically and professionally, to play a role in the development of the community in scientific research sectors, specialized research centers, and other related sectors.
It seeks to develop scientific research programs for undergraduate students to contribute to the development of society.
The Botany section seeks to create a specialized unit that provides scientific and technical consultation through the University's Research and Consultation Center for the purpose of resuming and developing the department's academic and research program for postgraduate studies.

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Microbiology


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The Microbiology section seeks, through faculty members, to provide high-level theoretical and practical information to increase the quality of outcomes.
- Preparing technical personnel capable of working in various fields.
- Expanding biology sciences taught in the department, raising the level of scientific education, and keeping up to date with information that serves the community.
- The post graduate program prepares qualified personnel for teaching at the university level.
- Encourage researchers, faculty members and graduate students, to conduct excellent group and individual research and inspire competition in local and international conferences and seminars.
- Supporting relations of scientific and service communication with numerous institutions for the purpose of exchanging expertise.

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Zoology


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The Zoology section seeks, through faculty members, to provide undergraduate students with high-level theoretical and practical information.
- Graduating students capable of working in the field of Zoology to serve their community.
- Developing curricula in line with scientific advances in international universities.
- Elevating the department by employing highly qualified faculty members specialized in various fields of Zoology.
- Attending to graduate students by providing highly specialized professors to supervise research projects that serve and advance the community.
- Adopting proposals from faculty members in the department to study a phenomenon or a problem in the field of Zoology.
- Renovating teaching aids used in the department.
Our Vision
Better education for better future.

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