What will you study

The programs provide direct skills, practical experiences, unique qualifications, and expertise. Each program is one year (two semesters). The executive high diploma of state senior leaders includes 29 credits.


CLD partners with many universities worldwide for academic research, and student exchange programs. Some of these partnerships allow students to receive Dual Degree programs or continue their further education


The CLD Center presents a distinguished set of concepts, practical applications, and a selection of skills required for leaders, managers, department heads, and senior leaders.

  1. The foundational courses that cover the needed basic principles of management, and academic research.
  2. The Intellectual basis course is based on a civilization concept. This is to place the trainees in the renaissance atmosphere of their countries. Thus providing an important factor of motivation.
  3. The Specialized programs provide professional qualifications that ensure smooth, efficient, and effective knowledge.
  4. The dimension of public diplomacy and civil society organizations where civil society organizations are playing an important role in the modern state. There are tens of thousands of them in various disciplines. This requires obtaining a coherent understanding of civil society organizations, management skills, and an understanding of how to interact with similar global organizations.
  5. Contemporary and field applications dimension, which is an integral dimension for tracking both contemporary and field applications in the context of actuality.

Academic description

Each semester is 15 weeks, and each credit is equal to 15 teaching hours. The Center adopts a credit system towards academic achievement in a degree-awarding program of study. The system uses the “credit hour” as a unit of measure. This system is compliant with the standard credit system as defined by the US federal definition of credit hours.

Credit hours and Study Time:

1.The credit hour is defined as one weekly contact hour to quantify student learning through either:

• Direct teaching or instruction delivered throughout, or

• Other academic activities or arrangements of delivering hours as approved by the Center, such as internships and the writing of a thesis.

2. The length of a semester consists of no fewer than 15 calendar weeks of instructional time. This does not include breaks or holidays within any particular semester.

3. Each course contributes to the academic progress requirements for a program of study and should be assigned a certain number of credit hours.

4. a diploma of 24 credit is equivalent to 360 teaching hours