About the Department of Psychology

The department was established in 1997-1998 within the humanities departments in the College of Education, and its teaching and administrative staff consisted of (3) teachers holding a doctorate degree, and (3) teachers holding a master’s degree with academic titles ranging from one teacher with a professor’s degree to (2) With the grade of teacher and (3) with the grade of assistant teacher, in addition to assistant staff for free education and the department secretariat.

Section vision:
   Attempting to benefit from scientific and psychological knowledge to identify effective methods of transferring this knowledge to the educational, social and psychological aspects in order to serve the student and the various segments of society.
Department message:
Spreading psychological and educational awareness in all sectors of society and state departments by holding seminars, workshops, studies and mechanisms of joint cooperation.
Section goal:
• General Objective: Professional preparation for students of the scientific and human departments in the College of Education.
• SPECIAL OBJECTIVES:
Preparing teachers to teach educational and psychological subjects in teacher training institutes and middle schools.
Preparing qualified educators to practice the counseling process in educational institutions.
Preparing qualified educators to work in the field of community service and various state institutions.
Providing faculties of education with qualified teachers to teach educational and psychological subjects in the departments of specialization and non-specialty.