On December 10, 2015, Kardan University organized an expert workshop to review and discuss the institution’s curriculum for bachelor and master level programs.
Around 70 participants comprising students, alumni, industry experts, faculty members and senior representatives from the Ministry of Higher Education engaged in a comprehensive discussion on curriculum reform at Kardan University.
“Curriculum renewal is at the heart of Kardan University’s focus on academic excellence. We are confident that this consultative process will help us further strengthen our curriculum and better respond to the growing industry needs,” said Roeen Rahmani, Kardan University’s President.
The participants were divided into ten working committees led by the faculty deans and industry experts. Each committee articulated their deliberations and suggestions aimed at enhancing the curriculum design and delivery processes.
The participants welcomed the expert gathering as a great opportunity to share their knowledge, expertise and recommendations.
“I am honored to be sitting next to one of my former students, who is now a Fulbright Scholar. We are excited about sharing our perspectives about the curriculum development process at Kardan University,” said Professor Inamullah Maseed.
In his closing remarks, Mirwais Nahzat, Kardan University’s Vice President, thanked the participants for their active engagement and contributions towards this developmental process.
The curriculum renewal process will continue over the next three months with follow up consultations to be held with the university’s key stakeholders including the Ministry of Higher Education. Curriculum development is a major priority under the university’s 5-year strategic plan entitled, “Vision of Excellence”.