Evaluaion the quality of academic performance from the viewpoint of faculty members in School of Business and Economics/Faculty of Law and Administration at University of Duhok-case study.

  • Sheler T. Nour Eldin University of Zakho
  • Nazar M. Ali University of Zakho

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to present an evaluation of the performance of the school of Administrative and Economics, faculty of low and administrative. At the University of Duhok in the view of the faculty members. The evaluation has been done in accordance with the quality assurance criteria used in the assessment of the institutes. The authors developed questionnaire of (10) items, each item refers to the Quality standards in higher Education and indicators such as (University’s vision, mission and goals, students affairs, academic staff, curriculum, university administration, supporting infrastructure, institutional relationships with the community, teaching methods and learning resources, research and assessment). A questionnaire of (10) items was distributed to (50) academic staff, mean while (42) questionnaire was valid for analysis. The results of this research revealed that the overall level of academic performance did not maintain the 60% default level; the authors proposed developing the culture of Quality in the university.

Author Biographies

Sheler T. Nour Eldin, University of Zakho
Department of Commercial and Banking sciences--Food for Human Sciences--Zakho university--Iraqi Kurdistan region--Iraq.
Nazar M. Ali, University of Zakho
Department of Commercial and Banking sciences--Food for Human Sciences--Zakho university--Iraqi Kurdistan region--Iraq.
Published
2015-06-30
How to Cite
Nour Eldin, S. T., & Ali, N. M. (2015). Evaluaion the quality of academic performance from the viewpoint of faculty members in School of Business and Economics/Faculty of Law and Administration at University of Duhok-case study. Humanities Journal of University of Zakho, 3(1), 225-252. Retrieved from https://hjuoz.uoz.edu.krd/index.php/hum/article/view/193
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Humanities Journal of University of Zakho