Muscat, Nov 2 (ONA) Honored by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed al-Salmi, Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs will patronize next "Sunday" over the graduation ceremony of Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) 27th batch of bachelor degree students, the 21st batch of master degree and the 8th batch of PH Degree.
The SQU will celebrate the graduation of 519 students of the college of Arts and Social Sciences, including 442 graduates with bachelor degree, 71 graduates with master degree and 6 graduates with PH degree.
In all 349 students will graduate from the College of Economics and Political Sciences, including 316 graduates with bachelor degree, 33 with master degree.
Muscat: Honoured by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Salmi, Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs will patronise on Sunday over the graduation ceremony of Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) 27th batch of bachelor degree students, the 21st batch of master degree and the 8th batch of PH Degree.
In the '80s, most private junior colleges dropped the pejorative "junior" and either established bachelor degree programs or conducted feasibility assessments to do so.
By the early 1990s community and technical colleges, pressed by students, employers, and guidance counselors, began an active exploration of bachelor degree completion options.
He holds a bachelor degree
in English from Carleton University and a bachelor of sacred theology from Trinity College in Toronto.
The number of male and female graduates in the College of Agriculture and Marine Sciences amounted to 149, including 127 in bachelor degree
, 21 in master degree and one in PhD.
In the College of Medicine & Health Sciences, the number of male and female graduates stands at 154, including 142 in bachelor degree
and 12 in master degree whilst the number of male and female graduates in the in the College of Nursing stands at to 41.