CBA to change By Bill Shaner, News Staff مؤشر سوق الأسهم السعودية

see Thomas Moore, dean of the College of Business Administration, announced several potential changes to the college Jan. 6 that would provide ‘innovative ways to improve the delivery of our courses and give students more flexibility in their choices.’ 24 ساعة تداول الخيارات الثنائية For business minors, an online course is being developed and hybrid classes with online and classroom components are in the works for business majors to ‘see if the delivery of information can be improved.’ The changes are, in part, prompted by the 4-year track announced last semester, according to the announcement.ادارة-محافظ-الاسهم-السعودية Some students, including Naman Shah, a freshman international business major, do not see the merit of online classes. enter site ‘You can’t learn how to interact with people, how to communicate and learn about them in an online class,’ Shah said. ‘You need to do that face to face in a classroom setting. It’s a huge part of business and you can’t get it from online reading assignments and tests.’ An optional study-abroad program for freshmen is also being developed. The program will run for four to five weeks during the first summer session, allowing students ‘to earn eight credits and still get home by mid-June.’ الخيارات الثنائية إشارات تحميل البرمجيات Another new program, called Field Research Studies, will ‘allow students to take one course during the year, and do field research here or abroad during the summer,’ according to the announcement. اسعار سوق الذهب في السعوديه Neither Thomas Moore nor the Public Relations Office could be reached for further information.

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