About the department

At the beginning, the Mathematics Department was one of the scientific departments at the Teachers College in Arar, which operated under the umbrella of the Ministry of Education at that time. It began admitting students in the year 1408. Later, the department was incorporated into the College of Science after its establishment on 26/5/1426 AH.

The department offers academic programs covering various fields of mathematical sciences. It offers a Bachelor's program in Mathematics, as well as two other programs: Applied Statistics and Financial Mathematics. Additionally, the department is responsible for teaching mathematics and statistics courses in various colleges of the university, such as the College of Engineering, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, and the College of Applied Medical Sciences.

The department comprises a distinguished faculty who not only excel in teaching but also contribute to scientific research, enriching human knowledge, and serving the community. 

Through its diverse programs and the educational environment, the department aims to offer a distinctive educational experience, preparing qualified individuals capable of engaging in the global job market and contributing to community development.

Dr. Faizah Dhami Alenazi
Head of the Mathematics Department

Mathematics Program Mission and Goals

Program mission: 

Prepare graduates in mathematics who are able to compete in the job market, enroll in postgraduate educational programs, and participate in research opportunities in ways that contributes to the development of the community.

Program Goals:

  • Goal 1: Provide students with knowledge, skills, and tools in the field of mathematics.
  • Goal 2: Enhance students’ critical thinking, analytical skills, and problem-solving capabilities.
  • Goal 3: Prepare students for the job market by them achieving the required professional and behavior standards in the field of mathematics.
  • Goal 4: Train students in self-learning and continuous learning skills as well as the use of information technology.
  • Goal 5: Engage students in research practice.
  • Goal 6: Engage students in community service.