First: The student selects three proposed topics with his scientific supervisor (filling in the application form to obtain approval on one of the chosen topics, signed by his scientific supervisor.
Second: The committee nominates one of the topics that have been registered by the student (Topic Acceptance Form)
Third: The student is granted written approval for the thesis by the Scientific Committee.
Fourth: After approval of the chosen research topic, the student creates a research plan under the supervision of his scientific supervisor.
First: The student's academic supervisor should communicate with the Secretary of the Scientific Committee, and submit the plan to him via the email of the committee: In light of this, a date will be set for the seminar, noting that ( the plan should be submitted in its final form five days before the date of the seminar).
Second: The student should be informed of the date the plan will be presented to the Scientific Committee.
Third: The student should present their plan, according to the defined timetable, in the presence of their academic supervisor and the members of the Scientific Committee.
Fourth: The student makes the required adjustments (if any) in light of the comments and recommendations of the Scientific Committee members, for the plan to be approved by the Scientific Committee.
Fifth: The Scientific Committee submits the student's plan to the Department Council, who nominate peer-reviewers for the plan.
Sixth: After receiving the peer-reviewers notes, the student makes the required amendments in order for the plan to be approved in its final form by the Department Council.