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 College Curriculum

College's Curriculum Outline

First Year


1st ​​Semester2nd Semester
Course Title Credit Hours Course Title Credit Hours
ENGL 101English Communications skills and writing I  5ENGL 111English Communications skills  II 2
ENGL 102English Language Structures and Drills I4ENGL 112English Language Structures and Drills II2
ENGL 103English Academic Reading & Vocabulary I5ENGL 113English Academic Reading & Vocabulary II4
ARBC 101Arabic Language Skills I2ARBC 111Arabic Language Skills II4
ISLM 101 Islamic Culture BIOL 101Biology for Health Sciences2
CHEM 101Chemistry for Health Sciences2
PHYS 101Physics for Health Sciences2
Total 18 Total 18


Second Year


1st Semester2nd Semester
Course Title Credit Hours Course Title Credit Hours
ENGL 201Medical Terminology2PMSC 211Anatomy & Physiology4
ENGL 211Advance English Grammar2PMSC 212Principles of Diseaces4
ENGL 212English Academic Reading & Vocabulary I5PMSC 213Basic Pharmacology3
BIOC 211Biochemistry4ETHC 201Medical Ethics and Patients Safety2
BIOS 201Biostatistics & Introduction to EBM2EDUC 201Health Professions Education3
BHSC 201Behavioral Sciences2----
Introduction to The Selected Major
COMP 201Computer Science & Medical Informatics3
ELEC 201Elective Course1
Total  18 Total  18​

​​​​​​​​​​​​Study Plan and Curriculum Structure

The curriculum of the  programs offered by CAMS ,consists of two phases. The duration of the courses for each program is four years.

Phase I:Pre-Professional (Preparatory Four Semesters, which are offered to all health science colleges).

Students from all Health Science Colleges attend the first three semesters together. The students are offered intensive English language courses throughout these semesters to strengthen their English language. This will enable them to communicate fluently, as English is the instructional language while studying the professional 
courses. This phase also introduces students to the basic concepts of general and medical science that are needed for higher-level education in the Health Sciences.

language skills, Islamic values, and Medical ethics are also taught in the first semester. In the second semester, courses in Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Physics for health sciences are offered. In the second academic year, courses in Biochemistry, Behavioral Sciences, Biostatic and Introduction to Evidence-based Medicine, Computer Sciences, and Informatics are offered during t​he third semester.

During the fourth semester, the students in all the programs study Anatomy and Physiology, Principles of Diseases, Basic Pharmacology, Medical Ethics, and Patient Safety and Health Profession Education. At this point, students also begin to take courses in their specialty area. an Introduction to the selected major.​