We wish the College website within the University website would satisfy all the visitors ̓ interests. It displays the academic and social activities, the undergraduate and graduate curriculum, the strategic plan, the college departments and specializations, the community services and the staff members and other activities.
The college, stands for the opportunity to connect serious intellectual and aesthetic work with making a positive difference in the health field that makes the college a promising place to be. You can sense this promise every day in the life and work of our community – here on Alremaila campus and around. The College students have the talent, the capacity and the drive to create something new.
The college curriculum takes full advantage of the diverse resources of Bahri University to enable the students to identify and explore aspects of the world that interest them most. In addition to providing students breadth of knowledge in their liberal education, the curriculum makes clear the relationships between disciplinary areas of knowledge through integrative, cross-disciplinary courses. These courses also emphasize the development of written and oral communication, critical thinking and problem solving, values identification and independent decision making, social interaction, and responsibility. By the end of their undergraduate careers, our students know how to produce work that has real impact on the health.
The staff of the college are more than just educators—They are educational entrepreneurs. Combining top-flight talent with the top-notch resources they have to offer, our students and faculty inject endless energy and creativity into what they teach and how they learn.
To fulfill our mission of fundamentally changing our students, researchers, and external partners, we offer comprehensive academic opportunities, for undergraduate and graduate programs, including master’s, specialist, and doctoral degrees. That excellence is only possible because of the quality of the college and their commitment to teaching. More than 90 percent of our classes are taught by assistant professors, Associate professors and professors.
Prof Hatim Rahamtalla Mohammed