The department awards a bachelor’s degree in the field of heritage resource management. The department adopts an interdisciplinary approach that benefits from many specializations at the university. Where undergraduate students study subjects such as management, chemistry, archaeological materials science, conservation of antiquities in the field, conservation of organic and inorganic archaeological materials, architectural restoration, antiquities and the environment, as well as documenting, presenting, analyzing, planning and managing heritage resources, as the department focuses on the use of modern information systems And practical and applied laboratory studies as basic tools to assist in introducing and teaching this specialization.