Jordan University of Science and Technology Allocates a Master's Program in Ethics of Biomedical Sciences
May, 15, 2022
The President of Jordan University of Science and Technology, Prof. Khalid El-Salem, said that the Higher Education Council approved the allocation of a master's program in "Ethics of Biomedical Sciences" at the Faculty of Pharmacy as of the next academic year.
El-Salem stressed that the program is innovative and combines curricula from public health, medicine, pharmacy, basic sciences, technology and human sciences, and aims to prepare students from diverse personal and professional backgrounds to meet the challenges of ethics of biomedical sciences they face in their professional and everyday life.
El-Salem added that the approval of the Higher Education Council to allocate this specialization is a confirmation of the university's position and its interest in developing its programs and study plans in line with the latest developments and scientific knowledge, pointing out that the allocation of the program came as part of the university's relentless endeavor to improve its academic programs to keep pace with the requirements of the labor market and serve the local community.