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Professor Ziad Mahdie Al-Salameen

Dean of the College of Social and Human Sciences

zeyad.alsalameen@mbzuh.ac.ae

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– PhD in Middle Eastern Studies – University of Manchester – United Kingdom.

– Master’s Degree in Archeology from the University of Jordan

– Bachelor’s Degree in Archeology from the University of Jordan

-Antiquities and History of the Arabian Peninsula before Islam.

-Semitic Studies.

-History of Religions.

-PhD in Middle Eastern Studies – University of Manchester – United Kingdom (2004).

– Master’s Degree in Archeology from the University of Jordan (2000).

-Bachelor’s degree in Archeology from the University of Jordan (1995).

-Professor at Mohammed bin Zayed University for Humanities .

-Dean of the College of Social and Human Sciences at Mohammed bin Zayed University for Humanities.

Vision

Vision

Achieving leadership and excellence in the social and human sciences, in a creative and stimulating educational environment characterized by moderation and tolerance.

Mission

Mission

Providing students with high-quality knowledge and skills in the fields of social and Human sciences, consolidating rich values, strengthening the national spirit, and encouraging critical and creative thinking.


College Goals

College Goals

1. Providing academic programs in the fields of Social and Human Sciences that meet international standards, are compatible with labor market requirements, and combine originality and modernity.

2. Forming students academically, cognitively and personally, and qualifying them according to a solid scientific approach and a moderate and open centrist vision.

3. Building the scientific personality capable of taking responsibility and developing it, refining students’ skills, developing their scientific abilities and knowledge, qualifying them for the labor market, and enhancing and developing critical thinking skills.

4. Consolidating and enhancing the values of loyalty, belonging, and citizenship, instilling values and morals, and developing awareness of social responsibility.

5. Achieving excellence in teaching, learning, and scientific research, and forming a generation distinguished by competence, awareness, creativity and innovation.

6. Qualifying students cognitively to enroll in graduate studies programs and conduct scientific research.