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This course deals with the Jordanian constitutional history from the British Mandate until now. It also contains introduction to the Ottoman rule, the Great Arab Revolt and history of constitution in Jordan. It also considers the important rules and principles of the Jordanian Basic Law, political and constitutional organization in Jordan, authorities in Jordan, political system in Jordan, rights and freedoms characteristics of the 1952 Constitution, the executive Authority ( the king and the ministers), legislative Authority and Judicial Authority.
Second Year
  
This course deals with the general theory of administrative law in terms of concept, evolution, characteristics, and sphere of application, resources, and its relation with other branches of law. It also addresses the administrative systems, whether centralized or decentralized and also deals with the administrative system in Jordan. In addition, administrative employment and disciplinary procedures are also highlighted. This course also deals with the means with which administrative authorities apply its administrative functions. Administrative contracts, administrative awards, public property, and public employment are also examined.
First Year
  
This course deals with the definition of constitution and its relation to other laws, types of constitutions, and ways of creating constitutions. It also deals with the regime and the main political system of states, the authorities of the state and the competence of each.
First Year
  
This course deals with the fundamental notions of Human Rights in an analytical manner. It also includes and explanation of the international and regional instruments for its protection. This study also deals with the international legal system for the protection of the rights of women and the children.
Third Year
  
The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with English legal terminology, and this is through the study of some legal topics in English. This course aims at Instructing students about legal Terminology and legal phrasing, ways of dealing and understanding foreign legal books and ways of correctly expressing legal thoughts.
Second Year
  
This course deals with the nature of civil rights and liberties. It also discuss the historical development of such rights Arabia prior to Islam and afterwards. This course also deals with the contemporary notions of civil rights and liberties in Western democracies, especially the notion of natural rights and the notion of development of the nation state. This course deals also with the civil rights and liberties and their safeguards in the Jordanian legal system.
Third Year
  
This Course Deal with Democracy and human rights are distinct yet interrelated concepts, with democracy referring to government by the people, and human rights referring to universal rights that apply to all individuals in all societies.
Third Year
  
This course deals with the fundamental notions of Human Rights in an analytical manner. It also includes and explanation of the international and regional instruments for its protection.
Third Year