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Program DescriptionThe AAS degree in Customs Management is a two-year degree program that provides students with critical knowledge and skills in the field of customs and border protection. This program is designed to prepare individuals seeking employment in the field of customs and border management, or for current customs employees wishing to advance their careers.

Students who successfully complete the Associate of Applied Science in Customs Management can complete the bachelor's degree in Border Management (Customs), which is offered by the Australian Charles Sturt University, in collaboration with the Community College of Qatar.

Language of Instruction
  • English
Total Credit Hours
  • 60 hours
Mode of Delivery Classroom Learning
Program Objectives

The Program aims to produce graduates who are able to:

  1. Understand the principles and practices of customs management including legislation, policy, and procedures.
  2. Discuss and evaluate Customs-related issues.
  3. Obtain a global commercial awareness through a wide range of international customs conventions and agreements.
  4. Engage in professional development and life learning to adapt to rapidly changing work environment.
Learning Outcomes

By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

  1. Explain the principles and practices of customs administration including legislation, policy and procedures.
  2. Exercise technical skills in analyzing and evaluating border-related matters.
  3. Apply problem-solving skills required to develop solutions to a wide range of customs issues in the international context.
  4. Establish a platform for self-directed and lifelong learning in the field of customs.
  5. Exhibit the interpersonal and teamwork in addition to other skills appropriate to both employment and further study.
  6. Identify traditional and contemporary aspects of international customs management.
  7. Recognize the need for and the ability to engage in continuing professional development.
Career Opportunities
  • Customs Affairs Administration
  • Land Customs Administration
  • Hamad International Airport Customs Administration
  • Air freight and Private Airports Administration
  • Operations Management and Risk Analysis
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Program PlanView Program Plan
Course Descriptions
  • View program's course descriptions (PDF)
Admission Policy

·        New Students:

·        Must follow CCQ's admission process outlined in the New Student webpage.

Current Students:

Obtain Approval from the customs authority to enroll in the customs program.

Contact InformationFor more information about the program, please feel free to send an email to Customs@ccq.edu.qa.​


AAS in Customs Management

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