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​​School of Education, Health, and Behavioral Science (History)

The School of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences at Dar Al-Hekma University was established in 2014. It started with a pioneering program, The Speech Language & Hearing Science Program (SLHS), to address the global demand for highly skilled speech-language pathologists (SLPs). The school's latest program, the Master of Applied Behavioral Analysis, was offered in 2019 to cater to the diverse needs of all individuals affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD), developmental disabilities, educational and behavioral challenges, and mental health issues.

Achieving university status in 2014 marked a significant milestone, reflecting the institution's commitment to delivering quality higher education and its recognition as a leader in the field. Since then, the School has broadened its academic offerings with undergraduate programs in Psychology in 2018-19, designed to let the students explore the depths of the human mind and behavior, understand the complexities of emotions, cognition, and social interactions, and make a positive impact on individuals and communities. Also, two other postgraduate programs, the Master's in Educational Leadership offered in 2017-18, equip aspiring educational leaders with the knowledge, skills, and insights necessary to navigate the complexities of the ever-evolving field of education, and finally, the Master of Speech-Language Pathology provided in 2017-18, equipping graduates with a deep understanding in clinical practice, research, and community engagement in a rapidly evolving field speech and language pathology.

The School of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences takes pride in creating a progressive atmosphere that encourages the development of knowledge, skills, and values. Our primary objective is to produce competent professionals who can thrive in their careers and are committed to positively impacting society and the world.​

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