Basic Sciences is one of the departments of the College of Sciences and Theoretical Studies. The department does not award an academic degree, and its courses are one of the academic requirements of some departments as supportive and foundation courses for students in their studies. For instance, theoretical and applied mathematics is the base of sciences, and plays an integral role in the probability theory, the electronic science and computers, and economy, industry and commerce that depend on decision-making, which is closely related to statistics and probability, and the same goes to medicine, pharmacy, humanities and social sciences. Therefore, mathematics is an important tool for the development of thinking, organization of ideas and adopting some good attitudes such as self-reliance, cooperation and the application of scientific thinking and understanding of the surroundings where we live. The department includes four scientific courses: Discrete Mathematics. Linear Algebra. Statistics. Quantitative Methods.