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Mohammed V University at Agdal

Scientific Institute of Mohammed V University at Agdal

Mohammed V University (Agdal, Rabat, Morocco) is a Moroccan university which was founded in 1957. It was split in 1993 to become two independent universities, Mohammed V University at Agdal and Mohammed V University at Souissi.


  • Academics 1
    • Bachelor Degrees 1.1
    • Vocational Bachelor’s Courses 1.2
    • University Diploma of Technology 1.3
  • See also 2
  • External links 3


Mohammed V University at Agdal offers a wide set of degrees both in the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Bachelor Degrees

Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences

  • Philosophy
  • Sociology
  • Psychology
  • History and civilization
  • Geography
  • Arabic studies
  • French studies
  • English studies
  • Hispanic studies
  • Italian studies
  • Portuguese studies
  • German studies
  • Islamic studies

Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences

  • Public law (in Arabic)
  • Public law (in French)
  • Private Law (in Arabic)
  • Private Law (in French)
  • Economic Sciences and management

Faculty of Science

  • Mathematics and computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and Universe Sciences
  • Life Sciences

Vocational Bachelor’s Courses

  • Professional Communication (FLHS)
  • Networks and telecommunications (FS)
  • PC Parc Administrator Offshoring (FS)
  • Medical dosimetry (FS)
  • Analytical Engineering (FS)
  • Mechatronics (FS)
  • Management of small and medium entrprises(FLESS)
  • Management of local communities (FLESS)
  • Accountancy according to French and international norms (FLESS)
  • Insurance techniques (FLESS)
  • University Diploma of Technology

University Diploma of Technology

  • Environment and water technique
  • Management technique
  • Industrial maintenance
  • Marketing technique
  • Computer Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Bank and financial Marketing
  • Industrial Engineering and Maintenance
  • Construction and energy building
  • Computer Networks Administration

See also

External links

  • Website (English)
  • Website (Arabic)

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