About the department

The Department of Mathematics in universities is the basic building block for its establishment, as it is indispensable to all other departments. It performs a great mission with multiple dimensions in the fi​​​eld of scientific and technological development, and cooperates with other departments at the university to build the rising generations. The Department of Mathematics was established in 1409 AH, as it was one of the departments of the Teachers College in Bisha. After the decision to establish the College of Sciences and Arts in Bisha in 1428 AH, the Department of Mathematics became one of its main departments. In 1438 AH, the College of Science and Arts was restructured so that the Department of Mathematics was included under the College of Science, which includes in addition to that the departments of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The duration of the study in the department is four years, following the method of full regularity. The study is divided every year into two semesters, in each semester, mathematics courses in all its different branches are taught in addition to the general courses.


Graduating a distinguished student in mathematics in accordance with national and international quality standards, capable of practicing practical life and competing in the labor market locally and globally, qualified to continue learning and scientific research while preserving his religion and country, and supporting the continued development and scientific research in the department for the benefit of the department, the college, the university, and society.


Providing an integrated educational system that suits students’ needs.
Providing interesting and potential courses in mathematics and its applications to outstanding students not only from the city of Bisha but from all over the Kingdom.
Develop students' abilities to follow and explain long and complex mathematical arguments.
Attracting distinguished students throughout the Kingdom.
Graduating highly qualified students who are desired by the labor market, graduate programs, scientific research centers, and companies.
Expanding the role of the Department of Mathematics as a global educational and research center.