Field of accreditation and quality assurance:

The proficiency exam was discussed and the weak points in that exam were identified and addressed by the Dean Professor and department heads in the college in the presence of the quality committees in the departments. Mechanisms were proposed by the departments for evaluation and a time plan for remediation. These plans were discussed within the department councils to work together to improve the exam results. Competency for the programs offered by the college. We also communicated with college students to make them aware of the importance of the proficiency exam and the outcomes of that exam, which will reflect positively on them after graduation.
Implementing the instructions of the Higher Education Accreditation Commission received from the Quality and Development Center at Al al-Bayt University.

Field of academic programs:

(3) faculty members were appointed in the Department of Finance and Banking as follows: (2) who hold a doctorate degree, and (1) teachers who hold a master’s degree in the college in order to provide the departments with qualified scientific competencies.


The field of developing and updating study plans:

(40) courses have been described in the Finance and Banking Department based on the model approved by the Quality Assurance and Planning Department.
The study plans for academic programs at the bachelor’s and master’s levels have been amended, and their number has reached (4) plans in the Finance and Banking Department.

Field of preparing electronic educational materials:

Faculty members participated in several courses held by the Faculty Performance Development Center for the purpose of preparing computerized (electronic) courses to serve the current stage in light of the Corona pandemic and in line with the three-year executive plan (2020-2022) to integrate e-learning into the university’s academic programs.
Computerized (electronic) materials have been prepared for all courses that were taught in the form of PDF, Power Point, and video clips for all courses that were taught in the second and summer semester of the year 2019-2020 to keep pace with the current circumstances in light of the Corona pandemic and to achieve continuity of the educational process remotely.
All computerized (electronic) educational materials have been placed on the university’s main platform, “Model,” so that the student can follow his subject and benefit from it.

Office field:

The number of subscriptions to databases containing private scientific journals in economic and administrative sciences has increased.
The latest references have been provided for the courses taught in the college’s academic departments in order to keep pace with amendments and developments in international and international standards.
Through the lectures, students were made aware of the importance of paper books and the necessity of benefiting from the references available for the courses in the Hashemite Library to maximize the benefit of the course given to them during the lectures.

Field of scientific research and scientific conferences:

Faculty members at the college have published (88) scientific research in specialized international peer-reviewed scientific journals listed in regional and international databases.
Postgraduate students published some extracts from their theses, jointly with their supervisors, in specialized scientific journals.
Urging graduate students to focus on applied research and the latest topics and developments in local and international standards, as well as technological developments and economic conditions and the changes occurring therein.
Informing graduate students on how to write research and publish it in international scientific journals and conferences by assigning them to write research papers and reviewing them with them through the scientific research methods course.

Field of request:

Activating the Model platform as a main platform for the electronic teaching process (remotely) in light of the current circumstances of the Corona pandemic and in line with developments to integrate e-learning as an important part of university education.
Activating other platforms supporting the Model platform, such as Zoom, Class Room, and Facebook groups to explain courses, facilitate communication with students, motivate them, and support them psychologically, after the health conditions of the Corona pandemic and the sudden transition to distance learning added frustration to many students.
The Assistant Dean of the College for Student Affairs follows up on student issues, especially graduates and defaulters, in coordination with department heads, the Admission and Registration Department, and other departments related to students.
The Head of the Finance and Banking Department activated academic guidance by dividing students into groups according to their years of admission.
The service of sending electronic messages to students on their websites has been activated by faculty members as part of communicating with them to inform them of everything new in the course.
Students were directed to take advantage of the guidance plan available on the department websites and adhere to it while registering for courses.
The course plan has been published on the website of the Department of Finance and Banking, in preparation for establishing an electronic library on the department’s website containing the prescribed material, relevant questions from previous years, the jobs assigned to students, and everything related to the academic courses.

The field of developing the competence and capabilities of faculty members:

A group of faculty members in the department were promoted to the rank of assistant professor, the rank of associate professor, and the rank of professor.
A number of faculty members were appointed to permanent service after completing the required conditions for this.
On a quarterly basis, through the Faculty Performance Development Center, faculty members are provided with evaluations given by students to identify weak points in order to raise the level of performance by addressing weak points and enhancing positive points.
Faculty members in various specializations supervise the university theses of postgraduate students.
Faculty members participated in a training workshop on distance education and how to deal with the main platform prepared for this purpose, which is the “Moodel” platform.
Faculty members participated in a training workshop on how to fill out the course description form.
Faculty members participated​