Academic programs

Bachelor

The bachelor of Egyptian archeology is granted after passing four academic years

Egyptian archeology departments accepts the secondary schools students of both literary and scientific sections

      The bachelor of Egyptian archeology is granted after passing four academic years divided into eight semesters

The student chooses joining Egyptian archeology department since the first year of the faculty

 

First year “first semester
n subject Subject code Number of hours trainings
1 Historical geography Geo 111 3
2 History and culture of Egypt till the end of the old kingdom era His / Egypt 112 4 2
3 Egyptian language (rules and exercises) (1). Egypt 113 3 2
4 Egypt monuments in prehistory era and in  the beginning of families Egypt/ His 114 4
5 Arabic grammar and composition Arab 115 3
6 Intro in archeology Egypt 116 3
7 Egypt monuments in the old state era Egypt 117 3
7 Metals, rocks and building materials Cons 118 3 2-
total 26 4
Second semester
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subject Subject code Number of hours trainings
subject Subject code Number of hours trainings
subject Subject code Number of hours trainings
subject Subject code Number of hours trainings
1 Egyptian arts in the old kingdom era Egypt 121 3 2
2 Modern English grammar and composition Eng. 122 3
3 Compute applications in the Egyptian archeology Comp 123 3
4 Egyptian language in the classical era rules and exercises Egypt 124 3 2
5 Human rights Law 125 3
6 Monuments and culture of old Iraq Egypt 126 3
7 Old Egyptian religion Egypt 127 3
8 Islamic and Coptic arts Islam. Arch 128 3
Total 24 4

 

 

Second year- first semester
N subject Subject’s code Number of hours training
1 Egyptian language in the classical era(rules and exercises Egypt 211 3 2
2 Monuments and the civilization of Levant and Arabian Egypt 212 3
3  History and civilization of Egypt in the first transmission era and the in the central state and its history Hist / Egypt 213 4 2
4 Egypt’s monuments in the central kingdom Egypt 214 4
5 Modern English (rules and exercises Eng. 215 3
6 Art of monuments Islam. Arch 216 3
7 environmental dangers and their effect on the monumental areas and sites Geo 217 3
8 Modern Germany (grammar and composition

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Germ 218 3
total 26 4
Second semester
م subject Subject’s code Number of hours trainings
1  Language of Egypt in the classical era 0(rules and exercise Egypt 221 3 2
2  Upper Egyptian Coptic accent Egypt 222 3 2
3 Egyptian arts in the central kingdom era Egypt 223 3
4 ancient readings in English Egypt 224 3
5 Old Egyptian religion Egypt 225 3
6 Hiratiki calligraphy Egypt 226 3
7 restoration Cons 227 3
8 Modern Germany (grammar and composition) Germ 228 3
total 24 4
 

 

 

Third year first semester
م subject Subject’s code Number of hours trainings
1 History and civilization of Egypt in the first transmission era and the in the central kingdom and its history His / Egypt 311 4 2
2 Monuments of Egypt in the modern kingdom Egypt 312 4 2
3 Hiratiki texts from the classical age Egypt 313 3
4 Coptic accents(exercises and rules Egypt 314 3 2
5 Ancient readings in English Egypt 315 3
6 The civilization of Egypt in Ptolemaic era Egypt 316 3 2
7 The monuments of Egypt in Ptolemaic era Egypt 317 3
8  Hieroglyphic texts from the classical era  Egypt 318 3
total 26 8
Second semester
م subject Subject’s code Number of hours trainings
1  Egyptian arts in the modern kingdom Egypt 321 3
2  Egyptian language in the late age (rules and exercises Egypt 322 3 2
3  Egyptian arts in both age Ptolemaic and roman era Egypt 323 3
4  Ancient cities and sites Egypt 324 3
5  Old Egyptian religion Egypt 325 3
6  Ancient readings in Germany Egypt 326 3
7  Coptic accents(rules and exercises) Egypt 327 3 2
8 Hieroglyphic texts from the modern era  Egypt 328 3
total 28 6

 

Fourth year first semester
N subject Subject’s code Number of hours trainings
1  Egypt’s civilization in the late eras His / Egypt 411 4
2  Egyptian language in the late era, rules and exercises Egypt 412 3 2
3  Ancient readings in Germany Germ 413 3
4 Coptic texts Egypt 414 3 2
5  Islamic monuments of Egypt Islam. Arch 415 3
6  Egypt’s civilization in the Roman era Egypt 416 3
7  Egypt monuments in the late era Egypt 417 3
8  The art of  excavations  and archeological documentation Egypt 418 3
total 25 4
Second semester
م subject Subject’s code Number of hours training
1  Hieratic Texts from the late era Egypt 421 3 2
2 Egypt’s monuments in the Roman era Egyp 422 3
3 Aesthetics

 

Phlox 423 3
4 The arts of the old era Egypt 424 3 2
5  Small old arts Egypt 425 3
6 Coptic texts Egypt 426 3
7 Old Egyptian religion4) Egypt 427 3
8 Hieroglyphic texts from the late era Egypt 428 3
total 24 4