- Ph.D. in(Computer Science /Spatial Database Systems), Sudan University of Science and Technology
- MSc. (Computer Science – Data Engineering), University of Keele, England.
- Advanced Diploma (BSc [Honors]), Maths, Stats and Computing (with Distinction), Teesside Polytechnic, England
Dr. Mabruk Fekihal joined Sohar university as lecturer in 2003 then he went back to his country Libya in 2005. He joined Sohar University again in 2010 and pointed acting dean of the faculty of Computing and Information Technology in Feb 2011-Jun 2013. He was promoted to associate Prof. on June 2013.He has number of leading roles in the past such as Manager; Core System Solution Project/Central Bank of Libya, Training Team Leader for training the staff of all Libyan Banks (Central bank, Commercial banks and private banks) for new banking systems, Computer Center Manager /Central Bank of Libya, Programming System Analyst in Abu Kamash Chemical Complex(Libya), and Universities and colleges Computer Lecturer in Libya and Sultanate of Oman (Sohar University & national College of Science & Tech. Salalah).
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP, SAP) Design & Implementation
- Distributed Database Design
- Discrete Mathematics
- Advanced Database Systems (data mining, Data Ware House & Spatial Databases)
- Introduction to Information Systems
- Database Systems (Network hierarchical & Relational Databases)
- Database programming (Oracle-Developer)
- Database design (Relational & object Oriented databases)
- Business Information Systems
- Building Application Using 4th Generation Languages (Oracle Database)
- Introduction to Computer Science and its Applications
- Operating systems
- Data Mining
- Algorithms & Data Structures System Analysis & design (Relational & object Oriented databases)
- Computer Skills, Cobol Language, Java Language
- Supervisor projects for students in the final year of BSc studies (computer science).
- Spatial Database
- Distributed Database
- artificial intelligent
- Integration of Well Logging and 3D/4D seismic Data to Map Water/Gas Saturation Fronts in Heterogeneous Carbonate Reservoirs.