# COURSE ID COURSE NAME DATE DAY TIME MALE LOCATION  FEMALE LOCATION
1 AE342 Electrical Systems and Illumin 3-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
2 ENGL111 English Language I 3-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
3 ENGL112 English Language II 3-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 ×
4 GEO144 Geology 3-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 ×
5 GSOS212 Introduction to Sociology 5-May-18 SAT 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
6 ACCT201 Introduction to Financial Acco 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 × C 137
7 ACCT202 Introduction to Managerial Acc 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 C 137
8 CE332 Soil Mechanics 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 ×
9 EE311 Electromagnetic Fields 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 ×
10 FC302 Computer Forensics and Investi 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 C 137
11 INTD122 History of Architecture II 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-3 × C 138
12 INTD221 History of Interior Design 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-3 × C 138
13 INTD222 Architecture & Heritage in Sau 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-3 × C 138
14 MATH001 Preparatory Math for Science I 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
15 MATH002 Preparatory Math for ScienceII 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 B 107
16 MATH004 Preparatory Math for Science IV 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 ×
17 MATH011 Prep. Math for Business I 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
18 MATH012 Prep. Math for BusinessII 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
19 MATH101 Calculus I 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 106
20 MATH102 Calculus II 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 106
21 MATH111 Applied Calculus I 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
22 MATH112 Applied Calculus II 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
23 MATH202 Calculus III 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
24 MGT312 Operation Management 6-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 C 137
25 STAT232 Probability and Statistics 6-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 × B 200
26 AE232 Building Constructions, Materi 7-May-18 MON 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
28 ENGG304 Introduction to Engineering Ec 7-May-18 MON 9:00-12 C 152 ×
29 FC381 Ethical Hacking 7-May-18 MON 8:00-12 GC 117 GC 117
30 INTD223 Color Theory 7-May-18 MON 1:00-3 × B 209
31 MATH201 Differential Equation 7-May-18 MON 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
32 CE451 Environmental Engineering 8-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 ×
33 CS111 Introduction to Computing and 8-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
34 CS112 Object Oriented Programming 8-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
35 CS141 Intro to Comput for Engineer 8-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
36 CS262 System Analysis and Design 8-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 B 217
37 FIN312 Corporate Finance 8-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 B 209
38 MATH204 Linear Algebra 13-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 ×
39 MGT101 Introduction to Management 8-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
40 MGT222 Organizational Behavior 8-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
41 MGT332 Leadership 8-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
42 SE262 Software Engineering 8-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 ×
27 CS211 Data Structures and Algorithms 9-May-18 WED 9:00-12 C 152 ×
43 AE213 History of Architecture 9-May-18 WED 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
44 CE203 Computer Graphics 9-May-18 WED 1:00-4 C 152 ×
45 FC313 Cyber Security 9-May-18 WED 9:00-12 C 152 ×
46 FC332 Secure Software Design 9-May-18 WED 9:00-12 × B 209
47 FIN301 Financial Management 9-May-18 WED 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
48 GIAS101 Islamic Culture 9-May-18 WED 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
49 GIAS221 Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) Bio. 9-May-18 WED 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
50 STAT342 Statistical Methods for Eng 9-May-18 WED 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
51 CS232 Computer Networks 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 × B 209
52 CS332 Computer Networks & Data Commu 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 × B 209
53 CE362 Transportation Engineering 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 ×
54 EE202 Electric Circuits II 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 ×
55 EE326 Microprocessor & Microcontroll 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 ×
56 ENGL000 English for Beginners 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 106
57 ENGL001 Preparatory English  I 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 107
58 ENGL002 Preparatory English II 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 108
59 ENGL003 Preparatory English III 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 110
60 ENGL004 Preparatory English IV 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 102
61 ENGL005(Q) Preparatory English V 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 103
62 ENGL005(S) Preparatory English V 10-May-18 THUR 1:00-4 C 152 B 103
63 ENGL101 First Year Composition 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 C 138
64 ENGL102 Introduction to Report Writing 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 B 108/B 110
65 FC372 Ethics and Professionalism 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 C 138
66 FIN322 Financial Market and Instituti 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 C 137
67 ME201 Thermodynamics 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 B 200
68 MGT352 International Business 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 C 152 C 137
69 MIS201 management Information Systems 10-May-18 THUR 9:00-12 × C 137
70 GHAL241 Arabic Communication Skills 12-May-18 SAT 9:00-12 × B 200
71 GIAS102 Arabic Language Skills 12-May-18 SAT 9:00-12 C 152 B 217
72 GIAS211 Sci. & Interpret Holy Qur'an 12-May-18 SAT 9:00-12 C 152 B 209
73 MKT332 Marketing Channels 12-May-18 SAT 9:00-12 × B 209
74 CE201 Statics 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 ×
75 CE212 Strength of Materials 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 209
76 CE311 Structural Analysis 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 ×
77 CE312 Reinforced Concrete Design 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
78 ECON102 Introduction to Macro economy 13-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 C 137
79 ECON362 Economy of Saudi Arabia 13-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 C 152 C 138
80 EE356 Intro. to Modern Power Systems 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 ×
81 FC304 Digital Forensic Tools and Tec 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 GC 117 GC 117
82 INTD241 Construction, Systems, and  Technology I (Lab) 13-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 × B 209
83 INTD242 Construction, Systems, and  Technology II (Lab) 13-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 × B 209
84 INTD342 Detailing & Construction Docum 13-May-18 SUN 9:00-12 × B 200
85 MKT201 Introduction to Marketing 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 C 152 B 102
86 MKT362 Marketing Strategy 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 × B 103
87 PCS001 Preparatory Computer Skills 13-May-18 SUN 1:00-4 B 117 B 106/ B 107
88 CE372 Introduction to Eng. Design 14-May-18 MON 9:00-12 C 152 ×
89 CS221 Fundamental of Operating Syste 14-May-18 MON 1:00-4 C 152 ×
90 EE222 Electronic Circuits I 14-May-18 MON 1:00-4 C 152 ×
91 ENGL201 Technical Writing 14-May-18 MON 9:00-12 C 152 C 137
92 PHYS101 General Physics I 14-May-18 MON 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
93 PHYS102 General Physics II 14-May-18 MON 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
94 PHYS122 Applied Physics for Architectu 14-May-18 MON 1:00-4 × B 200
95 AE301 Fluid Mechanics 15-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 B 217
96 CE202 Dynamics 15-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 ×
97 CE303 Fluid Mechanics 15-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 ×
98 CS314 Web Application Development 15-May-18 TUE 9:00-12 C 152 B 217
99 EE342 Intro. to Design Signal Proces 15-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 ×
100 ENGG203 Statics and Dynamics 15-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 B 200
101 FC382 Defense Mechanisms 15-May-18 TUE 8:00-12 GC 117 GC 117
102 MGT311 Legal Environment of Business 15-May-18 TUE 1:00-4 C 152 B 200

 

Office of the University Registrar:

The Office of the Registrar, an administrative service center for the University of Prince Mugrin community, takes an active role in assisting students and faculty with registration and advising by providing the tools needed to review academic progress, create class schedules and successfully register for classes. The Office of the Registrar supports teaching and learning at the University of Prince Mugrin by maintaining the integrity of academic policies and the student information system. We are the perpetual stewards of our students’ records from application to degree conferral. Specialized services include, but are not limited to:

  • Prompt transcript distribution
  • Degree evaluation and certification
  • Enrollment and degree verification
  • Classroom scheduling
  • Withdrawal processing
  • Enrollment reporting
  • the coordination of course and classroom
  • Registration
  • The maintenance of students’ permanent academic records
  • The administration and application of academic policies; and,
  • Information management
  • Data analysis and reporting
  • Final exams scheduling

 

Academic Calendar 

For purposes of classroom instruction, the Academic Calendar consists of two semesters and a Summer session. Fall semester extends from early September through the first week of January. Spring semester extends from early February through mid-May. Summer session consists of four or eight-week intensive courses and extends from early July to end August. All dates are approximate and are adjusted annually to begin and end on appropriate weekdays. Each semester may include scheduled holidays. The academic calendar for this year is showing below.

Academic Calendar 1438/1439H (2017-2018):   Summer Semester

WEEK DAY

HIJRI DATE

GREGORIAN DATE

EVENTS

Sunday

10 Shawwal 1439H

24 June 2018

Classes begin.

Thursday

14 Shawwal

28 June

Last day for adding courses.

Thursday

21 Shawwal

5 July

Last day for dropping course(s) without permanent record.

Thursday

13 Dhual Qadah

26 July

Last day for withdrawal from course(s) with grade of "W" thru the University Registrar Office.

Thursday

20 Dhual Qadah

2 August

Last day for withdrawal from all courses with a grade of "WP/WF" thru the University Registrar Office.

Thursday

27 Dhual Qadah

9 August

Normal Thursday classes & last day of classes for the term.

Sunday - Tuesday

1-3 Dhu al-Hijjah

12 -14 August

Final examinations.

Wednesday

4 Dhu al-Hijjah

15 August

Last day for faculty to submit grades to the University Registrar Office (2:00 PM);

Sunday

22 Dhu al-Hijjah 1439H

2 September 2018

Beginning of Academic Year 1439/1440H (2018-2019).

 

                                                                                                        

 

 

Registration

The Office of the Registrar provides students and faculty with the tools necessary to successfully create and register for classes through our portal www.sis.upm.edu.sa

 

Programs and scientific disciplines at
the University of Prince Mugrin

 

Preparatory Year

A foundation year program that endeavors to nurture and develop students to be firm in various sciences, experiences and skills that will prepare them to interact successfully in a knowledge-based society and develop the necessary capacities for life-long learning. The Preparatory Year Program provides students with an opportunity to enhance their ability to think critically and develop their skills in English language, mathematics and computer science, providing them with a knowledge base that is transferable across different academic disciplines and vocational contexts.

Undergraduate Degrees

 

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering provides students with an opportunity to develop a strong background in the engineering sciences and to learn the analysis, design and synthesis tools necessary to function well as active participants in many traditional, new and emerging areas of technology. The College of Engineering has excellent laboratory facilities where students receive hands-on instruction by faculty. Computer-aided design (CAD) facilities, including state-of-the-art workstations, which are routinely used in all programs. The engineering education incorporates demonstrable accreditation criteria as part of its core values. Graduates from the College of Engineering should have excellent opportunities for employment and will have the necessary skills to aid in the development of the national economy and society as a whole.

The College of Engineering offers undergraduate degree
programs in the following disciplines

College of Computer Science & Information Technology

The College of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) aims to provide quality education and professional experiences to empower students in the computing disciplines to attain their professional and academic goals. We provide students with modern curriculum, tools and technology to complete their degrees and to be competitive in the labor market. We empower students to achieve their goals by establishing and maintaining relationships with faculty, universities and industry. As increasingly complex systems evolve, the world will depend upon people who understand how these systems work, as well as those who can continue to develop new software and applications. CSIT students at UPM use creativity and computational approaches to complete unique hands-on student-led projects and gain real-world experience. The College of Computer Science and Information Technology is keen to fulfill the demands of the labor market and in doing so UPM is the first University in KSA and the Gulf region to offer an undergraduate degree program in Forensic Computing and Cyber Security.

The College of Computer Science and Information Technology offers
undergraduate degrees in the following disciplines

College of Business Administration

The College of Business Administration was established to prepare students to thrive in an ever-changing economic and business landscape. The College of Business Administration offers high-quality academic programs designed to give students a competitive advantage in the world of business both now and in the future. As such, the college will establish partnerships with some of the nation’s most innovative leaders to model new best practices that harness evolving technology and ensure students are well prepared to enter the market place.

The College of Business Administration offers undergraduate
degree programs in the following disciplines

 

Forms

Students and instructors can fill up the forms depends on their need.

Add and Drop form.

Withdrawal from (Course/Courses) Form.

Change of grade form.

 

 

Grades

You can see your grade through www.sis.upm.edu.sa

 

Transcripts

You can order your transcript via email: registrar@upm.edu.sa or visiting Office of University Registrar

Name

Position

Email

Phone

Ext.

Office

Eng. Bandar Alluhaybi

Registrar

b.alluhaybi@upm.edu.sa, registrar@upm.edu.sa

014 / 8318484

1065

C-214-1

Ms. Ahad Hussain

Registration Specialist

a.hussain@upm.edu.sa

014 / 8490707

3043