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Chairpersons, Deans Reports
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Bachelor Evaluation’s Report

 

Bachelor Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Academic Year: 2019-2020

 

Dear All

 

Over this reporting period, many persistent problems unusual circumstances was surrounding all academic and administrative unit members, and more broadly affecting the society as a whole, the University had survived and boosted in these challenging conditions.

 

Given the exceptional conditions we must acknowledge the following faculty improvement

 

      Head of Departments, directors and the Dean, persisted on continuous ONLINE meetings to assure achieving educational and learning Outcomes

    Important Quick shift to Online and distance learning were successfully achieved

      All faculty members and instructors were able to manage their virtual classes, especially as a first experience, all students were satisfied from the teaching ways, tools and material used during the sessions.

    Faculty members ensures all activities are up to date

      Faculty members generates faculty annual achievement reports and submits material for the head of departments to view

    The goals of the given courses were maintained

    Class management was successfully maintained

    Class participation was acceptable

    Teaching materials were reviewed and approved

Sincerely

 

Department Chair

 

Marie-Belle K. Frangieh

 

 

 

Bachelor Evaluation’s Report

 

Bachelor Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Academic Year: 2019-2020

 

Dear All

 

After receiving the bachelor evaluation’s report from the chairperson, I can assume that, despite the difficulties that was surrounding all academic and administrative unit members, the university had achieved many improvements:

 

    Continuous meetings to assure achieving educational and learning Outcomes were achieved.

    Important Quick shift to Online and distance learning were successfully achieved

      All virtual classes were successfully done and students were satisfied from the teaching ways, tools and material used during the sessions.

    Academic activities were up to date

      Faculty members generates faculty annual achievement reports and submits material for the head of departments to view

    The goals of the given courses were maintained

 

 

Sincerely

 

Dean

 

Dr. Noujoud Baroudi

 

 

 

Bachelor Evaluation’s Report

 

Bachelor Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Academic Year: 2020-2021

 

 

 

 

Dear All

 

As at the end of each academic year, the faculty of Business in the University of technologies and applied sciences ULF- is committed to annual evaluation of faculty intended to enhance and protect, the important guarantees of tenure and academic freedom. Over this reporting period, exceptional difficult time was surrounding all academic and administrative unit members, and more broadly affecting the society as a whole, the University had survived and boosted in these challenging conditions.

 

Given the many  pressing  problems  at  all  levels,  we  must  acknowledge  the  following  faculty improvement

 

      Head of Departments and directors met regularly with the Dean, to assiss faculty in enhancing their professional skills and achieving their professional goals

      The instructors were able to manage their virtual classes, communicate easily with the students who were satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions.

    Faculty members ensures all activities are up to date

      Faculty members generates faculty annual achievement reports and submits material for the head of departments to view

    The goals of the given courses were met

    Instructors and students were able to communicate easily

    Class management was good

    Class participation was acceptable

    Teaching materials were reviewed and approved

Sincerely

 

Department Chair

 

Marie-Belle K. Frangieh

 

 

 

 

 

Bachelor Evaluation’s Report

 

Bachelor Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Academic Year: 2020-2021

 

 

 

 

Dear All

 

After receiving the bachelor evaluation’s report from the chairperson, I can assume that the goals

of the University had survived torturous conditions.

 

Given  the  many  pressing  problems  at  all  levels,  we  must  acknowledge  the  following  faculty improvement

 

      Regularly meetings were achieved to assess faculty in enhancing their professional skills and achieving their professional goals

      The instructors were able to manage their virtual classes, communicate easily with the students who were satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions.

    all academic activities were up to date

      Faculty members generates faculty annual achievement reports and submits material for the head of departments to view

    Teaching materials were reviewed and approved

 

 

Sincerely

 

Dean

 

Dr. Noujoud Baroudi

 

 

 

Bachelor Evaluation’s Report

 

Bachelor Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Academic Year: 2021-2022

 

 

 

 

Dear All

 

As we are near to the end of the academic year, 2021-2022, it is my pleasure to submit the Annual Evaluation’s report on behalf of the board at the Faculty of Business in ULF. The board is indebted to the president Dr. Mohamad Salhab and to the Dean of the faculty of business Dr. Noujoud Baroudi.

 

As at the end of each academic year, the faculty of Business in the University of technologies and applied sciences ULF- is committed to annual evaluation of faculty intended to enhance and protect, the important guarantees of tenure and academic freedom.

 

Over this reporting period, we were pleased to have new professional skills and talents of new faculty members. Overall, Head of Departments and directors met regularly with the Dean, three to four times per month, to review recent activities and reassess the educational and learning goals and the ways and means of attaining these goals within the University curriculum. A series of regular meetings were continuously held between the Dean and the chairperson, in result the faculty was mainly charged with the following faculty development:

 

      Applying Salary Adjustments which helped intensify faculty members motivations and pay-off their priceless efforts during this exceptional climate.

      Publishing a Memo, that all types of assessments (tests, Quiz, Midterm and Final Exam) must be strictly conducted on Campus, that is, Online Exams are strictly prohibited.

      Similarly, in the same direction, the board is tentatively about taking the “Back-to-campus” decision. That is, unless the country’s economic situation does not permit to, classes will be held on campus with physical attendance to a very large extent for the next upcoming year 2022-2023.

    Verifying all teaching material and tools for all courses are regularly updated

      Maintaining periodical review to ascertain individual staff performance compared to university and unit expectations and providing guidance to faculty member accordingly when necessary.

 

On behalf of our faculty, I extend sincere thanks to those former Board members who gave so selflessly of their time and talent.

 

Department Chair

 

 

 

 

Marie-Belle K. Frangieh

 

 

 

Bachelor Evaluation’s Report

 

Bachelor Annual Evaluation’s Report 

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Academic Year: 2021-2022

 

Dear All,

 

After receiving the bachelor evaluation’s report from the chairperson, I can assume that the goals of the course’s objectives were reached successfully.

 

Despite the poor electricity supply and the lack of internet connectivity, our competent instructors were able to manage virtual classes and the students were very satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions. We will continue facing all difficulties and sharing our online learning resources that support student learning and wellbeing.

 

On the other hand, after a series of regular meetings between me and the chairperson the faculty was mainly charged with the following faculty development:

 

        A salary adjustment was applied.

        All types of assessments (tests, Quiz, Midterm and Final Exam) were conducted on Campus.

        Classes will be held on campus with physical attendance for the next upcoming year 2022-2023.

        All teaching material and tools for all courses were regularly updated.

        Periodical review to ascertain individual staff performance were maintained.

 

 

Sincerely

 

Dean

 

Dr. Noujoud Baroudi

 

 

 

 

 

 MBA  Annual  Evaluation’s  Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Date:  June 2020

 

Academic Year: 2019-2020

 

 

 

Dear All

 

As at the end of each academic year, the faculty of Business in the University of technologies and applied sciences ULF- is committed to annual evaluation of faculty intended to enhance and protect, the important guarantees of tenure and academic freedom.

 

Over this reporting period, exceptional difficult time was surrounding all academic and administrative unit members, and more broadly affecting the society as a whole, the University had survived and boosted in these challenging conditions.

 

Given the many pressing problems at all levels, we must acknowledge that there is meaningful faculty improvement and continuing faculty development. Overall, Head of Departments and directors met regularly with the Dean, to assess faculty in enhancing their professional skills and achieving their professional goals, to refocus academic and professional efforts, when appropriate; and to assure faculty members are meeting their responsibility,

 

The instructors were able to manage their virtual classes, communicate easily with the students who were satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions. Moreover, good final term grades reflect the effectiveness of the pedagogical approach and the suitability of all courses. Students’ evaluation reports, ascertain that the goals of the courses and the learning Outcomes and objectives were reached successfully

 

 

 

Sincerely

 

Department Chair

 

Marie-Belle K. Frangieh

 

 

 

 

 

 MBA  Annual  Evaluation’s  Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Date:  June 2020

 

Academic Year: 2019-2020

 

 

 

Dear all,

 

After receiving the MBA evaluation’s report from the chairperson, I can assume that the course’s objectives were reached successfully.

 

Despite the difficult time for us, and more broadly for the country, the instructors were able to manage the class, communicate easily with the students who were satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the online sessions.

 

The good grades reflect the effectiveness of the pedagogical approach and the suitability of the course.

 

Students’ evaluation reports, ascertain that the goals of the courses and the learning

outcomes were reached successfully.

 

 

 

Sincerely

 

Dean

 

Dr. Noujoud Baroudi

 

 

 

 

 

 MBA Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Date: June 2021

 

Academic Year: 2020-2021

 

 

 

Dear All

 

On behalf of the board at the Faculty of Business in ULF, it is my pleasure to submit the Annual report of the Academic year 2020-2021. The board is indebted to the president Dr. Mohamad Salhab and to the Dean of the faculty of business Dr. Noujoud Baroudi.

 

Despite the difficult time for us, and more broadly for the country, the University had survived and even enhanced in these hard circumstances.

 

There were several changes to the board over this reporting period, many instructors unfortunately left, and many others joined us. We were pleased to have the skills and talents of new board members. Overall, Head of Departments met regularly with the Dean, three to four times per month, to reassess the educational and learning goals and the ways and means of attaining these goals within the University curriculum. The board was charged with providing recommendations and support for students when needed. In addition to the most critical decisions between conducting online assessments or normal evaluation On Campus.

 

Students’ evaluation report ascertains that the goals of the courses and the learning Outcomes and objectives were reached successfully.

 

The instructors were able to manage their virtual classes, communicate easily with the students who were satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions. Moreover, good final term grades reflect the effectiveness of the pedagogical approach and the suitability of all courses.

 

On behalf of our faculty, I extend sincere thanks to those former Board members who gave so selflessly of their time and talent.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Marie-Belle K. Frangieh

 

 

 

 

 

 MBA Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Date: June 2021

 

Academic Year: 2020-2021

 

 

 

Dear All,

 

After receiving the MBA evaluation’s report from the chairperson, I can assume that the

goals of the course’s objectives were reached successfully.

 

Despite the difficult time for us, and more broadly for the country, the University had survived by its new skilled and talented members. Instructors were able to manage online classes and the students were satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions.

 

Good grades reflect the effectiveness of the pedagogical approach and the suitability of the course.

 

We will continue facing all difficulties and sharing our online learning resources that support student learning and wellbeing.

 

 

 

Sincerely, Dean

Dr. Noujoud Baroudi

 

 

 

 

 

MBA Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Date: June 20, 2022

 

Academic Year: 2021-2022

 

 

 

Dear All

 

As we are near to the end of the academic year, 2021-2022, it is my pleasure to submit the Annual Evaluation’s report on behalf of the board at the Faculty of Business in ULF. The board is indebted to the president Dr. Mohamad Salhab and to the Dean of the faculty of business Dr. Noujoud Baroudi.

 

A year ago, I gave a pessimistic outlook on developments in the Education process and annual performance, evidently, I was not wrong. Major shifts in the University programs, staff and regulations had occurred to face the challenges posed by the unusual hard circumstances fronting the country.

 

Over this reporting period, we were pleased to have new professional skills and talents of new faculty members. Overall, Head of Departments and directors met regularly with the Dean, three to four times per month, to review recent activities and reassess the educational and learning goals and the ways and means of attaining these goals within the University curriculum. Outstandingly, after a series of regular meetings between the Dean and the chairperson the faculty was mainly charged with the following faculty development:

 

1.   Applying Salary Adjustments which helped intensify faculty members motivations and pay- off their priceless efforts during this exceptional climate.

2.   Publishing a Memo, that all types of assessments (tests, Quiz, Midterm and Final Exam) must be strictly conducted on Campus, that is, Online Exams are strictly prohibited.

3.   Similarly, in the same direction, the board is tentatively about taking the “Back-to-campus” decision. That is, unless the country’s economic situation does not permit to, classes will be held on campus with physical attendance to a very large extent for the next upcoming year 2022-

2023.

4.   Technically, the board had decided to merge three courses that are quite similar; Business communication 1, Business communication 2, and Business communication 3, combining them in one unique course “Business Communication” and adding new courses related to the Innovation, Strategies and Business Ethics which is an upgrade in the MBA Curriculum and for a better learning outcomes.

 

On behalf of our faculty, I extend sincere thanks to those former Board members who gave so selflessly of their time and talent.

 

Department Chair

 

Marie-Belle K. Frangieh

 

 

 

 

 

 MBA Annual Evaluation’s Report

 

Location: University of technologies and applied sciences ULF-Tripoli campus

 

Date: June 2022

 

Academic Year: 2021-2022

 

 

 

Dear All,

 

After receiving the MBA evaluation’s report from the chairperson, I can assume that the goals of the course’s objectives were reached successfully.

 

Despite the poor electricity supply and the lack of internet connectivity, our competent instructors were able to manage virtual classes and the students were very satisfied from the teaching ways and material used during the sessions. We will continue facing all difficulties and sharing our online learning resources that support student learning and wellbeing.

 

On the other hand, after a series of regular meetings between me and the chairperson the faculty was mainly charged with the following faculty development:

 

1.   A salary adjustment was applied;

2.   All types of assessments (tests, Quiz, Midterm and Final Exam) were conducted on Campus.

3.   Classes will be held on campus with physical attendance for the next upcoming year 2022-2023.

4.   Technically, some modifications were discussed to upgrade the MBA Curriculum: the board had decided to merge three courses that are quite similar; Business communication 1, Business communication 2, and Business communication 3, combining them in one unique course “Business Communication” and adding new courses related to the Innovation, Strategies and Business Ethics.

 

 

 

 

 

Sincerely, Dean

Dr. Noujoud Baroudi

 

 

 

 

Location : Université Libano-Française (ULF), Deddeh

 

Date : 15-01-2021

 

Semester : I

 

Academic year : 2020/2021

 

 

 

Dear Dr. Ahmad EL-RAFHI,

 

 

Based   on   courses’   and   instructor’s   evaluations,   affects   of   COVID-19 symptom and actual economic status of the country we can consider the following:

 

  Even affected by the non-stability of the economic status, we preserve an acceptable environment for online classrooms;

 

  Good and helpful courses’ offering and online schedule;

 

  Good  and  appreciated  online  communication  between  teachers  and students;

 

  Online  teaching  and  learning  courses  were  good  started  and  good ended; even if delayed in order to respect overall objectives;

  Students’ participation in the team’s classroom was good,reasonable;

 

  Presential exams good managed.

 

 

Based on the above, we can conclude that planed courses’ objectives were good achieved.

 

Best  Regards

 

Chadi JARKASS

 

 

 

 

Location : Université Libano-Française (ULF), Deddeh

 

Date : 17-01-2022

 

Semester : I

 

Academic year : 2021/2022

 

 

 

Dear Dr. Ahmad EL-RAFHI,

 

 

Based on courses’ and instructor’s evaluations, affects of bad economic, internet and electricity services’ status of the country we can consider the following:

 

  Good environment for hybrid classrooms;

 

  Good hybrid courses’ schedule;

 

  Good and appreciated commitment from students for hybrid courses;

 

  Teaching and learning courses were good started and ended, respect overall objectives;

  Students’ participation was good;

 

  Presential exams good managed.

 

 

Based on the above, we can conclude that planed courses’ objectives were good achieved.

 

Best Regards

 

Chadi JARKASS

 

 

 

 

Location : Université Libano-Française (ULF), Deddeh

 

Date : 12-10-2021

 

Semester : II

 

Academic year : 2020/2021

 

 

 

Dear Dr. Ahmad EL-RAFHI,

 

 

Based  on  courses’  and  instructor’s  evaluations,  affects of  actual economic status of the country we can consider the following:

 

  Even that economic status worsened, we continue to preserve an acceptable environment for online classrooms;

 

  Acceptable and helpful online and presential courses’ schedule;

 

  Good and appreciated communication between teachers and students, start to have hybrid courses;

 

  Teaching and learning courses were good started and ended, respect overall objectives;

  Students’ participation was good;

 

  Presential exams good managed.

 

 

Based on the above, we can conclude that planed courses’ objectives were good achieved.

 

Best Regards

 

Chadi JARKASS

 

 

 

 

Location : Université Libano-Française (ULF), Deddeh

 

Date : 20-10-2022

 

Semester : II

 

Academic year : 2021/2022

 

 

 

Dear Dr. Ahmad EL-RAFHI,

 

 

Based on courses’ and instructor’s evaluations, affects of bad overall status of the country we can consider the following:

 

  Acceptable environment for hybrid classrooms;

 

  Good hybrid courses’ schedule;

 

  Good continuous commitment from students for hybrid courses;

 

  Teaching and learning courses were acceptable started and ended, respect overall objectives;

  Students’ participation was good;

 

  Presential exams good managed.

 

 

Based on the above, we can conclude that planed courses’ objectives were good achieved.

 

Best Regards

 

Chadi JARKASS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Evaluation Report

Electrics and Electronics Engineering

Academic year 2019-2020

 

 

 

Location: Lebanese French University (ULF), Tripoli-Lebanon

 

Academic year: 2019-2020.

Dear Dr Ahmad Al Rafhi dean of Faculty of Engineering at ULF University. Academic study  curriculum  evaluation  report  is  an  important  part  of  the

teaching and learning quality monitor. We analyse and affirm problems as well good practices; we make suggestions and recommendations, where appropriate, to put forward as to aid the further development of the civil engineering department.

 

During this report, curriculum quality will be evaluated under the following headings:

 

1.  Quality of students’ learning;

2.  Teachers’ practices and experiences;

3.  Recommendations and measures.

 

QUALITY OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING

 

The overall quality of students’ learning is good; evaluation is based on followings determinants:

 

a-  Enthusiasm of learning which is demonstrated with students’ motivation

to learn, to attend classrooms (even online actually);

b- Availability  of  quality  teachers:  acquired  teacher  and  trainers’ competencies, high satisfactory performance, valid work experiences and higher education learning achievements; high receptivity of taught material and courses;

c-  Right  learning  environment,  non-discriminative,  non-denominational:

and high quality, productive collaborative students work;

d-  Students’ evaluation tests and exams are up to required common higher education levels: adequate examination subjects, achievement and results;

e-  Efficient semester and exams plan;

 

 

 

f-  Dedicated infrastructure of specified classrooms, up to date laboratories, online libraries;

g-  Effective administrative staff: cooperative, helpful and available;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upper determinants points reflect ways that university follows to meet proper motivation for students, always with: respecting of high education requirements, offering equal opportunities and best learning teaching facilities and environment.

 

Despite the turbulent and challenging conditions in Lebanon for the past several consecutive years, we remain able to handle the challenges and maintain our sought quality academic and operational objectives.

 

 

 

 

Teachings and Learning Practice

 

Our faculty members support students by putting their qualification, competencies and experiences into practice. They focus on preparing them for their future careers. This quality is assessed through graduated students’ feedback, opinions of employers and of other partners’ universities in case of further specializations of studies.

 

Graduated students’ feedback: Students reported their employers’ satisfaction. They also stressed that acquire competencies at the University were valid and relevant to their work. Furthermore, their senior graduating design projects was considered by them as a significant experience in launching their careers.

 

Importance students’ network after graduation in the marketplace is strengthened with our ongoing implementation of a fully documented and connected alumni.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND MEASURES

 

Evaluating the curriculum ensure learning quality and development; in this report we’ve tried to evaluate it in the context of the process input, products, and outcome. Many positive points covering the learning teaching aim have been mentioned, and also some singles negative ones. Following proposed recommendations and measures may cover it:

 

-    Reviewing  and  negotiate  courses’  syllabus  which  require  more  class

times;

-     Encourage  students  to  respect  deadlines,  time  for  inscription  and registration by using electronic digital communications especially re- occurring shutdowns periods;

-    Continue to pursue the periodic re-evaluation of English courses syllabi

and continue introduce high effective software courses such as the ones we already use such as “Primavera” and others.

 

Finally, we can consider the following:

 

-    Class management was good.

-    Student participation in both online and classroom was helpful.

-    Instructors and students were able to communicate easily.

-     The content of courses was effective, suitable and reach the objectives of the students

-    The exams were well managed despite of the hardness of the subjects.

-    The courses achieve the planned objectives without any problems. Best regards

Head of department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

 

Dr Mohamad El-Asmar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Evaluation Report

Electrics and Electronics Engineering

Academic year 2020-2021

 

 

 

Location: Lebanese French University (ULF), Tripoli-Lebanon

 

Academic year: 2020-2021.

Dear Dr Ahmad Al Rafhi dean of Faculty of Engineering at ULF University. Academic  study  curriculum  evaluation  report  is  an  important  part  of  the

teaching and learning quality monitor. We analyse and affirm problems as well good practices; we make suggestions and recommendations, where appropriate, to put forward as to aid the further development of the civil engineering department.

 

During this report, curriculum quality will be evaluated under the following headings:

 

1.  Quality of students’ learning;

2.  Teachers’ practices and experiences;

3.  Recommendations and measures.

 

QUALITY OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING

 

The overall quality of students’ learning is good; evaluation is based on followings determinants:

 

a-  Enthusiasm of learning which is demonstrated with students’ motivation

to learn, to attend classrooms (even online actually);

b- Availability  of  quality  teachers:  acquired  teacher  and  trainers’ competencies, high satisfactory performance, valid work experiences and higher education learning achievements; high receptivity of taught material and courses;

c-  Right  learning  environment,  non-discriminative,  non-denominational:

and high quality, productive collaborative students work;

d-  Students’ evaluation tests and exams are up to required common higher education levels: adequate examination subjects, achievement and results;

e-  Efficient semester and exams plan;

 

 

 

f-  Dedicated infrastructure of specified classrooms, up to date laboratories, online libraries;

g-  Effective administrative staff: cooperative, helpful and available;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upper determinants points reflect ways that university follows to meet proper motivation for students, always with: respecting of high education requirements, offering equal opportunities and best learning teaching facilities and environment.

 

Despite the turbulent and challenging conditions in Lebanon for the past several consecutive years, we remain able to handle the challenges and maintain our sought quality academic and operational objectives.

 

 

 

 

Teachings and Learning Practice

 

Our faculty members support students by putting their qualification, competencies and experiences into practice. They focus on preparing them for their future careers. This quality is assessed through graduated students’ feedback, opinions of employers and of other partners’ universities in case of further specialisations of studies.

 

Graduated students’ feedback: Students reported their employers’ satisfaction. They also stressed that acquire competencies at the University were valid and relevant to their work. Furthermore, their senior graduating design projects was considered by them as a significant experience in launching their careers.

 

Importance students’ network after graduation in the marketplace is strengthened with our ongoing implementation of a fully documented and connected alumni.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND MEASURES

 

Evaluating the curriculum ensure learning quality and development; in this report we’ve tried to evaluate it in the context of the process input, products, and outcome. Many positive points covering the learning teaching aim have been mentioned, and also some singles negative ones. Following proposed recommendations and measures may cover it:

 

-    Reviewing  and  negotiate  courses’  syllabus  which  require  more  class

times;

-     Encourage  students  to  respect  deadlines,  time  for  inscription  and registration by using electronic digital communications especially re- occurring shutdowns periods;

-    Continue to pursue the periodic re-evaluation of English courses syllabi

and continue introduce high effective software courses such as the ones we already use such as “Primavera” and others.

 

Finally, we can consider the following:

 

-    Class management was good.

-    Student participation in both online and classroom was helpful.

-    Instructors and students were able to communicate easily.

-     The content of courses was effective, suitable and reach the objectives of the students

-    The exams were well managed despite of the hardness of the subjects.

-    The courses achieve the planned objectives without any problems. Best regards

Head of department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

 

Dr Mohamad El-Asmar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Evaluation Report

Electrics and Electronics Engineering

Academic year 2021-2022

Session 1

 

 

 

Location: Lebanese French University (ULF), Tripoli-Lebanon

 

Academic year: 2021-2022, session 1.

Dear Dr Ahmad Al Rafhi dean of Faculty of Engineering at ULF University. Academic  study  curriculum  evaluation  report  is  an  important  part  of  the

teaching and learning quality monitor. We analyse and affirm problems as well good practices; we make suggestions and recommendations, where appropriate, to put forward as to aid the further development of the civil engineering department.

 

During this report, curriculum quality will be evaluated under the following headings:

 

1.  Quality of students’ learning;

2.  Teachers’ practices and experiences;

3.  Recommendations and measures.

 

QUALITY OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING

 

The overall quality of students’ learning is good; evaluation is based on followings determinants:

 

a-  Enthusiasm of learning which is demonstrated with students’ motivation

to learn, to attend classrooms (even online actually);

b- Availability  of  quality  teachers:  acquired  teacher  and  trainers’ competencies, high satisfactory performance, valid work experiences and higher education learning achievements; high receptivity of taught material and courses;

c-  Right  learning  environment,  non-discriminative,  non-denominational:

and high quality, productive collaborative students work;

d-  Students’ evaluation tests and exams are up to required common higher education levels: adequate examination subjects, achievement and results;

e-  Efficient semester and exams plan;

 

 

 

f-  Dedicated infrastructure of specified classrooms, up to date laboratories, online libraries;

g-  Effective administrative staff: cooperative, helpful and available;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upper determinants points reflect ways that university follows to meet proper motivation for students, always with: respecting of high education requirements, offering equal opportunities and best learning teaching facilities and environment.

 

Despite the turbulent and challenging conditions in Lebanon for the past several consecutive years, we remain able to handle the challenges and maintain our sought quality academic and operational objectives.

 

 

 

 

Teachings and Learning Practice

 

Our faculty members support students by putting their qualification, competencies and experiences into practice. They focus on preparing them for their future careers. This quality is assessed through graduated students’ feedback, opinions of employers and of other partners’ universities in case of further specialisations of studies.

 

Graduated students’ feedback: Students reported their employers’ satisfaction. They also stressed that acquire competencies at the University were valid and relevant to their work. Furthermore, their senior graduating design projects was considered by them as a significant experience in launching their careers.

 

Importance students’ network after graduation in the marketplace is strengthened with our ongoing implementation of a fully documented and connected alumni.

 

 

 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND MEASURES

 

Evaluating the curriculum ensure learning quality and development; in this report we’ve tried to evaluate it in the context of the process input, products, and outcome. Many positive points covering the learning teaching aim have been mentioned, and also some singles negative ones. Following proposed recommendations and measures may cover it:

 

-    Reviewing  and  negotiate  courses’  syllabus  which  require  more  class

times;

-     Encourage  students  to  respect  deadlines,  time  for  inscription  and registration by using electronic digital communications especially re- occurring shutdowns periods;

-    Continue to pursue the periodic re-evaluation of English courses syllabi

and continue introduce high effective software courses such as the ones

we already use such as “Primavera” and others.

 

Finally, we can consider the following:

 

-    Class management was good.

-    Student participation in both online and classroom was helpful.

-    Instructors and students were able to communicate easily.

-     The content of courses was effective, suitable and reach the objectives of the students

-    The exams were well managed despite of the hardness of the subjects.

-    The courses achieve the planned objectives without any problems. Best regards

Head of department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

 

Dr Mohamad El-Asmar

 

 

 

 

Location : Université Libano-Française (ULF), Deddeh

 

Date : 15-10-2022

 

Semester : I

 

Academic year : 2021/2022

 

 

 

Dear Dr. Ahmad EL-RAFHI,

 

 

After course and instructor evaluations, i n t h e f a c e o f the general situation in the country and the problems of internet and electricity services’ we could have a good environment for hybrid classrooms, respected hybrid courses’ schedule and a appreciated commitment from students for hybrid courses;

 

Teaching and learning courses were started and ended in time, respect overall objectives. Students’ participation was acceptable and Presential exams were managed in order.

 

In result of above, we can conclude that planed courses’ objectives were good achieved.

 

Best Regards

 

Marwan Jarkas

 

 

 

 

 

 

Location : Université Libano-Française (ULF), Deddeh

 

Date : 15-10-2022

 

Semester : I

 

Academic year : 2021/2022

 

 

 

Dear Dr. Ahmad EL-RAFHI,

 

 

the second semester continued as planned. under the same conditions of the first one. we could have a good environment for hybrid classrooms, respected hybrid courses’ schedule and a appreciated commitment from students for hybrid courses;

 

Teaching and learning courses were started and ended in time, respect overall objectives. Students’ participation was acceptable and Presential exams were managed in order.

 

In result of above, we can conclude that planed courses’ objectives were good achieved.

 

Best Regards

 

Marwan Jarkas

 

 

 

Mohamad DAHER

Head of the Computer Science Department