Academic Advising Office


Academic advising is one of the pillars of university education. PSUT is concerned with this aspect because its aim is to assist students to obtain the best results, adapt to the university environment and seize the opportunities available to them, by providing them with academic skills that raise their level of educational attainment.

Academic Advising Brochure

Supervision Programs

The success of the supervision system is based on and closely related to the close link between the student and the academic advisor in order to:
1. Create the conditions that will help the student to academic achievement and overcoming obstacles in his education and find appropriate solutions to problems that may pop up.
2. knowledge of the student's academic preference and cooperate with the academic and guidance council and the Student `s Affairs Deanship to improve student`s behavior, sharpen his personality, uplifting of his abilities and talents and energies to achieve elevation to his scientific level in order to produce a good citizen capable of interacting with society.

Student must:

Before registration:

• Review his performance in previous semester and check his grads.

• Reassurance of his academic status, and whether he has a first or second warning notice, and whether there are any prerequisite courses are not taken, or any failed courses from previous semester required to be retaken.

• To discuss with the academic advisor his former educational accomplishment, his academic position, the working plan for next semester and to make sure that he had registered failed courses and dropped ones.

During semester:

• To brief the academic advisor on any problems encountered in any course.

• To discuss with the academic advisor all economic, health and social problems that affects his academic performance.

Academic Advising programs

Academic Advising programs are as follows: -

• Orientation programs for new students are mainly to identify the studying and tests system, to achieve the necessary coping with university study and to introduce students to their rights and duties.

• Advising  programs to help students with special needs, through their university stage to achieve the highest degree of psychological ,social adjustment and academic achievement according to their abilities, and to study their problems and work on solutions, and to provide them with training opportunities according to every one`s capacity and needs.

• Advising programs for poor performance students to assist them to improve their substandard performance and achieve the desired success, and to help them to overcome problems and obstacles they face.

• Advisory programs for outstanding students to help them continuing their excellence and to encourage them to motivate other students.

• Advisory programs for scholarships students to direct them to ways that help them to   continue studying, helping them to overcome any obstacles or problems that may encounter them and to promote their scientific and academic achievement excellence.  

• Advisory programs for students of cultural exchange and joint programs to direct them to the importance of recognizing the experiences of other nations, take advantage of scientific and technological development, provide them with an opportunity to continue studying, and to represent the country and show the bright picture of our students and the achievements of our university and our beloved kingdom. 



Peer education Advisory system 


The University is adopting the peer education Advisory system to provide an Advisory opportunity and to meet the needs of students, especially in the field of education and supervisory. The system attachment as follows:

Peer education system in Princess Sumaya University for Technology



Academic Advisors' Handbook - Contact Us
  Academic Advising Office  
Engineering School Handbook         Computing School Handbook 

Business Technology Shcool Handbook

University Phone:+962 6 535 99 49



Study Plans, Guidance Plans and Tree Diagrams



Hours per Study Plan

Study Plan 

Computer Science

132  credit hours

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Computer Graphics & Animation

132 credit hours

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Software Engineering

132  credit hours

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Data Science & Artificial Intelligence 

132 credit hours

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Cyber Security

132 credit hours

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132 credit hours

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e-Marketing and Social Media

132 credit hours

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Business Information Technology

132 credit hours

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Business Administration

132 credit hours

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Electronic Engineering

160 credit hours

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Communications Engineering

160 credit hours

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Computer Engineering

160 credit hours

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Electrical Power & Energy Engineering

160 credit hours

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Network and Information Security Engineering

160 credit hours

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Guidance Plans and Tree Diagrams


Academic Advising Week

At the beginning of each academic year, PSUT holds the Academic Advising Week, which is considered a distinguished initiative offered by the University and its deanships, with the aim of helping students to clearly identify their goals and to take the appropriate decisions related to their academic future. The goal is to help students and provide them with various academic skills that will raise their academic achievement, discuss their academic ambitions, and make them aware of the University’s rules and regulations. In this way, students can successfully complete the current stage of their academic career. Efforts are also made to familiarize students with expert and academic opinions on how to organize their time and make good use of it, as well as how to follow the best methods of study and reach a good level of academic achievement. Students are also able to get answers regarding the setting of study schedules, and how to recognize the difficulties students may face and how to solve them.



Academic advising publications

NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising

The Deanship of Admissions and Registration has representation via the Dean with the international academic advising organization (NACADA), where experiences are exchanged and the latest developments in the academic advising process are discussed.



A set of academic guidelines:

How to register for academic courses

How to issue a QR student certification document

The academic system

Changing your password if you forget it

How to apply to transfer your specialization

Guidelines for online remote examinations

The University Code of Conduct

Guidelines regarding attendance

Guidelines for classroom behavior

Guidelines regarding office hours

Guidelines regarding mid-term exams

Demonstration video: How to apply for closed course groups

Demonstration video: How to access the virtual lectures

Marks and averages grading system

How to drop a course

How to drop a course ­- 12-hour academic load exception

How to carry out the instructor evaluation during the evaluation period

Guidelines for calculating the expected cumulative average