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Faculty: Education
Program: Philosophy Teachers Preparation
Level: Undergraduate
Total no. of courses: 55
[Phi1 22] Ancient eastern thinking
[A 111] Arabic language
[Phi 215] Arts philosophy
[Phi 322] Beauty science
[curr 313] Computer assisted in instruction
[curr 412] Curricula
[MHI 121] Developmental psychology
[comp 421] Education system in Egypt and recent trends
[Psy 421] Educational evaluation
[] Elective course
[Phi 111] Greek philosophy (1)
[Phi 111] Greek philosophy 2
[ED 111] History of education
[Ed 112] History of instruction
[Scol 123] History of social thinking
[Phi 412] History philosophy
[Psy 321] Individual differences
[Scol 221] Industrial sociology
[Comp 222] Introduction to educational supervision
[Phi 123] Introduction to Islamic philosophy
[Phi 112] Introduction to philosophy
[Scol 111] Introduction to sociology
[Phi 222] Islamic philosophy
[Phi 321] Islamic philosophy
[Phi 423] Islamic Sufism & its texts
[Phi 425] Language philosophy
[MH 411] Mental hygiene and psychological counseling
[Phi 411] Metaphysics
[curr 211] Microteaching 1
[Phi 421] Modern & recent Arabian thinking
[Phi 311] Modern logic
[Phi 323] Modern philosophy
[Phi 324] Modern political philosophy
[] Philosophical texts in English
[Phi 415] Philosophical texts in English
[Phi 213] Political philosophy Philosophy texts in English
[Psy 111] Principles to psychology
[Phi 413] Recent philosophy 1
[Phi 413] Recent philosophy 2
[Phi 327] Religion philosophy Law philosophy
[Phi 321] Research methodology
[Scol 222] Rural sociology
[comp 211] School and classroom management
[Phi 414] Science philosophy
[ED 422] Social and philosophical foundations for education
[Scol 112] Social anthropology
[Sco 212] Social family sociology
[Sco 122] Social service
[Scol 125] Social texts in English
[ED 121] Teachers and teaching profession
[curr 311] Teaching Methodology (1)
[curr 411] Teaching methodology (2)
[Phi 424] Values philosophy
[Phi 221] Western philosophy in middle ages
[Curr 321] with special needs Teaching methodology for students with special needs