Extent of Implementing Accreditation and Quality Assurance Standards in Azal University of Human Development from the Faculty Members’ Perspective

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Mohammed Zain Saleh ALSadi
Nasser saed ali mohsen aldahiany

Abstract

The research aimed to find out how far accreditation and quality assurance standards in Azal University for human development are implemented from the perspective of faculty members. To achieve this objective, to the researchers adopted descriptive analytical approach techniques. The research population was all the teaching staff at the university; and the sample consisted of (94) faculty members, (48.45 %) of the total number of the population. A questionnaire was designed to collect data relevant to the testing of the research objectives. The questionnaire consisted of two parts: the first included the personal data, while the second part included the standards of accreditation and quality assurance. The study revealed the following results:

  • The mean of implementing standards as a whole was (3.44), the standard deviation (0.76), and the extent of the using the standards was (high).
  • There were no significant differences between the research participants’ responses about the extent of using the standards due to the variables (gender – Qualification – college type – years of teaching experience).

In light of the results of the study, a set of recommendations were presented, including the need to provide the necessary requirements for implementing accreditation and quality assurance standards, whether material, human or financial resources, and creating a positive conducive learning environment to be suitable and ready for a complete implementation of quality standards.

One of the main suggestions made by the research was to conduct a similar study on government and private universities and community colleges in Yemen.

Keywords: Quality Assurance and accreditation; Azal University of Human Development.

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