College of Science

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The College of Science is considered the "mother of colleges" due to the overlap of its basic sciences in the scientific disciplines of various other scientific colleges such as medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, agriculture, engineering and computer.

History of the College:

The approval of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Prime Minister, Chairman of the Council of Higher Education, may Allah protect him, was issued by the Supreme Council of Higher Education in its session held on 23/3/1423 AH, The College of Science in Al-Jouf Region, King Saud University, approved the College's plan for the fifth semester held on 25/12/1423 AH. The study began in the first semester of the academic year 1424/1425 AH. Four disciplines: Mathematics, Physics, Computer and Information Sciences, Laboratory Sciences. The department of Medical laboratories Sciences has been transformed into a College of Applied Medical Sciences. The Department of Computer and Information Sciences has also been transferred to the College of Computer and Information Sciences. Currently, there is no Distance learning in the college and the desire of the College's administrators to develop new sections has approved to develop the departments of Chemistry and Biology.


"Leadership, academic excellence and research in the basic sciences and applications at the global level to achieve the aspirations of society."


"Providing excellent academic and research programs in the basic sciences and their applications through an environment conducive to scientific research and creativity in order to provide the society with scientific knowledge and competencies that meet development".


  • Providing educational programs capable of providing outputs that meet the academic standards and the requirements of the labor market.
  • Producing qualified cadres in the fields of basic sciences and their applications to support the needs of the Kingdom.
  • Enhancing research capabilities by providing advanced laboratories to support the various applied scientific studies and researches that enable the College to contribute to the service and development of the community.
  • Developing the performance of administrative and technical staff to support the educational and research processes.
  • Varying the sources of educational culture and linking the student's scientific concepts to the problems of society and the surrounding environment.
  • Developing plans and programs in the basic sciences in accordance with the international standards.
  • Developing the academic and research field through scholarships and partnerships with the international universities.
  • Introducing postgraduate programs in the various disciplines in the college.

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