Principles and values of the Faculty:
The Faculty adopts a number of principles and values that its teaching staff, their assistants and employees adhere to, behave according to its enlightenment, and depend on when taking their decisions.
These values can be summarized in the following:
- Firstly-Respect: for all the parties and bodies that are concerned with the activities, programs and services of the Faculty (students- graduates and the other various communities).
- Secondly-Equality: There is no discrimination or differentiation among the various categories of students, teaching staff and all of the employees or bias to color or religion or to any social or economic category.
- Thirdly-Intellectual Freedom: Freedom of expression, exchange of opinions, views, ideas or scientific results in the light of the community principles and academic values.
- Fourthly-Consideration of Intellectual Property Rights: of the teaching staff members with regards to the academic writings, researches, modules and the like.
- Fifthly-Diversity and Innovation: with regards to all of the programs, services and activities that are provided and held by the Faculty, in addition to diversification of the targeted categories of these programs. This also has to do with the constant upgrading of the teaching, scientific research, community service and environmental development methods.
- Sixthly-Community engagement and responsibility: through building up and supporting collaboration relationships and mutual contribution with all of the relevant parties and bodies that are concerned with the activities, programs and services provided and held by the Faculty on all levels.
- Seventhly-Classy behavior and teamwork spirit: via adopting mutual teaching methods, conducting multidisciplinary scientific researches, and upgrading educational methods that aim at solving the entire problems on both the domestic and regional levels.
Final and strategic objectives of the Faculty:
The strategic plan of the Faculty of Mass Communication is characterized with a number of final objectives that mainly pertain to the academic quality fields, the administrative, organizational and fiscal expenditure effectiveness.
These objectives are as follows:
1. Enhancing and developing teaching and learning processes.
2. Enhancing and developing scientific research with a view to contributing to community development.
3. Enhancing and developing community services.
4. Developing both the administrative and organizational capabilities in order to achieve the vision and message of the Faculty.
5. Developing the Faculty’s own resources for the purpose of supporting the educational and research processes.
6. Applying the postgraduate studies’ programs in the Faculty.
7. Obtaining the academic accreditation.