Course Chairs

course chairpersons

List of course chairpersons of the college

























Duties and Responsibilities of Course Chairpersons

  • To serve as a member of the academic unit council.
  • Coordinate the preparation and implementation of course materials and continuous assessment (course guidebooks, availability of reference books, quizzes, useful exercises, assignment, exams, etc).
  • Assign instructors who will be teaching the specific courses for all types of programs and communicating their loads to the program managers consistent with appropriate college/ faculty/ institute /school workload expectations.
  • Checking and assisting program managers in preparation of class schedule
  • Organization of guest lectures, field experiences, laboratory activities and other related tasks to the students in the courses.
  • Producing and organizing local knowledge in the course
  • Organizing tailor made trainings
  • Recommending the program manager on courses subject to revision and demanding for further approval of the academic commission or curriculum committee or the senate.
  • Follow up submission of grades on time to the customer’s relations office.
  • Checking of the fair allotment of grades to the students.
  • Develop system, procedure, tools and manuals.
  • Organize and Coordinate the team.
  • Provide representation or subject authority
  • Work together with the program management and marketing case team in the development and evaluation of courses and programs in the college/ faculty/ institute/ school.
  • Address students’ academic problems in the courses.
  • The chair should be receptive to questions, complaints, grievances, and suggestions from staff members and students with regard to the provision of the courses. The chair has the responsibility to take appropriate action as required.
  • Authorized use of University property charged the course systems and assigning facilities to authorized activities in accordance with the demands of the course catalogues and staff members.
  • Monitor the presence of staff on duty and communicate to the program manager any deviations of the regulations.
  • Reporting to the program manger on non-compliance with all existing conflict of interest management plans within the course system.
  • Reporting to the program manager whenever the problem cannot be expeditiously resolved at the course system level- any failure of an academic or staff member to carry out responsibilities, and recommending appropriate remedial and disciplinary action.