The ABET Accreditation for physics program is in process. Accreditation ensures the quality of the postsecondary education students receive.
ABET evaluates all aspects related to the program applying for accreditation, which include.
- Program Educational Objectives
- Program Educational Outcomes
- Continuous Improvement
- Program Criteria
The first step in ABET accreditation is that an institution requests an evaluation of its program(s). Each program then conducts an internal evaluation and completes a Self-Study Report (SSR). The SSR documents whether students, curriculum, faculty, administration, facilities, and institutional support meet the established criteria set by ABET. While the program conducts its self-examination, the appropriate ABET commission forms an evaluation team to visit the campus (Virtual). A team chair and one or more program evaluators make up the evaluation team. Team members are volunteers from academe, government, and industry, as well as private practices.
During the on-campus visit, the evaluation team reviews course materials, student projects, and sample assignments and interviews students, faculty, and administrators. The team investigates whether the criteria are met and tackles any question raised in the SSR.
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Groups of Physics Bachelor Program
Name of Focus
101, PHY 105,
311, PHY 312,
Ahmad M. Alsaad, Khaled M. Abu El-Rub, Khaled M. Aledealat, Adnan K. Jaradat, Wesam Al-Sharo’
102, PHY 106,
231, PHY 233,
331, PHY 332,
Mohammad-Khair A. Qaseer, Ahmad A. Omari, Maen A. Gharaibeh, Adnan M. Shariah, Emad A. Al-Mahmoud, Hadeel
and Computational Physics
200, PHY 201,
301, PHY 303,
Abdalla A. Obeidat, Borhan Aldeen A. Albiss, Mohammed K. Al-Qadi, Fedda Y. Alzoubi, Khaled M. Aledealat
Quantum Mechanics and Optics
251, PHY 351,
352, PHY 353,
281, PHY 282,
283, PHY 481
Maen A. Gharaibeh, Abdalla A. Obeidat, Fedda Y. Alzoubi, Khaled M. Abu El-Rub, Bilal Khasawneh
211, PHY 221,
261, PHY 461,
Mohammed K. Al-Qadi, Mohammed-Ali H. Al-Omari, Fedda Y. Alzoubi, Shadi Smarah
Nuclear, Radiation, training and Graduation project
440, PHY 449,
444, PHY 341,
490, PHY 495
Hasan M. Al-Khateeb, Mohammed-Ali H. Al-Omari, Mohammed K. Al-Qadi, Adnan K. Jaradat
state and Material science
371, PHY 375,
471, PHY 395,
473, PHY 474
Adnan M. Shariah, Mohammad-Khair A. Qaseer, Borhan Aldeen A. Albiss, Ahmad A. Omari, Ahmad M. Alsaad
Education Objectives (PEOs)
educate and train the undergraduate and graduate physics students to be
equipped with all necessary skills to advance the knowledge, be creative, and
sustain lifelong learning.
2) To provide the students with skills and
experience to enhance their leadership in technological and industrial sectors
and play an essential role in developing their societies.
ensure sustainable development, inspiring environment that stimulates innovation
make the faculty, employees, and students believe in diversity and active in
bridging efforts with their counterparts in regional and international
institutions to enhance effective collaboration in research and modern teaching
Student Outcomes (SOs)
ability to identify, formulate, and solve broadly defined technical or
scientific problems by applying knowledge of mathematics and science and/or
technical topics to areas relevant to the discipline
2) An ability to formulate or design a system, process, procedure,
or program to meet desired needs.
3) An ability to develop and conduct experiments or test
hypotheses, analyze and interpret data and use scientific judgment to conclude.
4) An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
5) An ability to understand ethical and professional
responsibilities and the impact of technical and/or scientific solutions in
global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
6) An ability to function effectively on teams that establish
goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty.
between Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes