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Study the characteristics of the natural and human components of ecosystems, and the interrelationships that exist between them, in order to find out the causes of regional differentiation in the world. This includes studying the atmosphere, water, rocky and biosphere, in addition to studying the population of this planet in terms of their growth, geographical distribution, economic and urban activities, and the existing relationships between the population on the one hand and their geographical environments on the other hand.
2019/2020
  
Studying the emergence and development of terrestrial shapes and geomorphological processes prevalent in different environments, especially weathering processes, landslides, erosion, transportation and sedimentation by rivers, permafrost, winds, waves and ocean currents, and the resulting local, regional and forms under the influence of climate, vegetation cover, rocks types and geological construction And other environmental factors.
2020/2021
  
As stated in the approved study plan. The contents of the modules of the water resources course are to investigate and discuss basic issues related to the problem of scarcity and conservation of water resources from a geographical perspective. By studying the natural characteristics of the water resources of the terrestrial system and the current and previous patterns of water uses, students will have an in-depth understanding of the importance of providing water for its association with various human activities and the necessity of its availability for plants and animals, which requires the development of water resources and their proper exploitation, and shed light on the factors affecting the patterns of use of water resources. In order not to degrade and deplete its quality in the long term
2020/2021
  
Study the design of maps, including map symbols, and teaching maps as geographical models using the computer, as well as topological maps. The material includes types of maps, including descriptive and quantitative thematic maps, and methods of representing the terrain on maps.
2020/2021
  
This course studies the various geomphological processes that contributed to the emergence and development of current Earth forms. It deals with the diversity of these processes and their different concentrations and elements in different geological conditions (plant - rocky), climatic and biological differences, within the framework of the dynamic geomphological system. This is done within the theoretical and practical levels of laboratory and field. This includes weathering processes, transport, erosion, and sedimentation by external factors, in addition to tectonic processes of volcanic rift and torsion.
2019/2020
  
Environmental impact assessment process: sieving, inventory, remediation evaluation, review and audit, environmental impact assessment of soil pollution and treatment methods. It assesses the environmental impacts of water pollution: pollution sources, models used and evaluates them. Environmental Impact Assessment of Air Pollution. Pollution sources and forecast models? Noise Environmental Impact Assessment: Mathematical models for assessing noise level, specifications, metrics, and their role in the assessment process. And environmental assessment of development projects.
2019/2020
  
This course discusses the emergence and development of environmental problems that affect human societies at the present time, understanding the nature of environmental problems and the overlap between them. Study the environmental problems in civil societies resulting from air pollution, water pollution, and land and the nature of the impact of human activities on it. It also deals with the types of pollution resulting from their sources, health and environmental impacts. Study methods of measurement and evaluation, instructions and systems for environmental quality.
2020/2021
  
The course deals with the study of water basins as a geomorphological unit, the study of water system processes, sedimentary product and erosion processes, the study of water network patterns, the morphometric properties of water basins and morphometric variables and their statistical analysis, using geographic information techniques and remote sensing in analysing water basins and using the results of the analysis in controlling floods and landslides. And the development of economic activity in the water basin environment.
2019/2020
  
This course discusses the domination of the “European intellectual center” over the development of geography in the world and the possibility of reformulating geographical thought according to the various cultures. It also discusses the idea and philosophy of creating a place, landscape and space, and the possibility of transforming it into a text that can be read, analyzed and exploited. The course also discusses the development of the philosophy of geography in the era of modernity and so forth. After that, as well as the places produced by the postmodern era, globalization and the problem of homogeneity of the "spatial product" and a contradiction in the "new heritage" and the new urbanization.
2020/2021
  
Study the extent of the current global environment risk, analysis of risk, response, choice and accumulated experiences in this field, individual choice, teamwork, national policies to address environmental threats, and international cooperation in this field.
2019/2020
  
This course deals with the concept of applied geomorphology and its development, applied geomorphological tools and techniques, field survey, laboratory analysis, study of water basin characteristics, management and planning, soil erosion and protection, rivers and riverbeds (water processes and forms of river channels, river drainage, flood plains, flood fans and floods), Landslides and flank turbulence (materials and slides, slippage classification, case studies), geomorphisms and landscape assessment.
2019/2020
  
Studying the concept of political geography and its schools, focusing on the state as the main focus of the subject of study, at the local, regional and global levels. It studies the state in terms of political boundaries and the form of the political system and analyzes its natural components such as location, position and natural features, and its human components such as population characteristics, composition, food resources and industrial services. The article also deals with some international issues such as the geographical basis of international conflicts and regional conflicts. (Arab, border, or natural resource exploitation), Arab national security problems, the international order, especially the new international order, and its impact on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
2019/2020