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Ph.D in Plant Protection Ph.D in Plant Protection

Specialty
Position
Work Place
Name
 BSc. In plant Protection
Lab Instructor
School of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection
Ismail Ibrahim
 
MSc. In plant Protection
Lab Instructor
School of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection
Bassam Heyari
 
MSc. . In plant Protection
Lab Instructor
School of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection
Rana   Jado
 
MS.c. In Biotechnology
Lab Instructor
School of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection
Dina Al-Hatab
 
BSC. In plant Protection
Lab Instructor
School of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection
Shereen Abu Zahrah
 
MSc. . In plant Protection
Lab Instructor
School of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection
Wafa Nasir
 
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There are 11 labs, including a teaching laboratory, a preparation room (a central laboratory), 8 research laboratories equipped with a teaching process, and an insect museum that also provides teaching aids, as well as greenhouses and glass houses to accompany the teaching process.

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Refrigerators
Freezers
Microscopes
Centrifuges
Spectrophotometer
Autoclaves
Distillation units
ELISA Analysis system
PCR  machines
Gel Documentation system
Ice makers
Computers ( PC)   
Vortex
Pipettes
Water Baths       
   Glass wares                                  
Plastic Wares
Petri Dishes
Dissecting tools
Balances                                           
Incubators      
Oven
Shakers                                                    
Growth chambers                             
Green houses
pH meter                                          
Laminar hoods                                 
Fume Hood
Microwaves                                         
Hot and Stirrer plates
Teaching models
Teaching movies
Teaching samples                                
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Agricultural Research Station

Public and private foundations

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·    Vision statements of the program:

The Plant Protection Department aspires to become a center of excellence that achieves its mission of improving the quality of life of the population in Jordan and the world, taking into consideration the recent scientific developments that serve pest management in order to improve agriculture. The department is interested in developing its expertise by attracting distinguished scientists to join it within the available means. Accordingly, the department will be one of the centers of the university that:
1.         Develop quality standards in education in all educational programs
2.         Support all employees to obtain training in various fields
3.         Develop scientific programs that serve pest management in different human societies
 
·    Mission statements of the program:
The mission of the Department of Plant Protection at the University of Jordan aims to provide its students with high quality education and to conduct research on various pests (insects, plant diseases and herbs), develop appropriate methods for managing them and provide accurate scientific advice to the agricultural sector in Jordan and the world.
 
The field of plant protection includes overlapping scientific fields. Therefore, the department includes a number of scientists in the fields of insects, spidermites, bacteria, fungi, nematodes, viruses and weeds. Members of the faculty members are concerned with the protection of crops from pests, taking into account the preservation of the environment. A number of them are conducting research on medical, domestic and veterinary insects. The department is also interested in strengthening cooperation with other departments in the college and inside and outside the university in different scientific fields. The international reputation of the department is one of the most important sources of attractiveness.
 
Teaching at the Plant Protection Department at the   postgraduate level is one of the activities of the basic department. In this way, the department personnel are interested in developing the means of teaching with the latest methods available in the world and enriching his various abilities in order to provide their  students with the necessary skills and skills to succeed in their scientific endeavors and rehabilitate their graduates to work in governmental and private agricultural institutions in the field of pest control, work in universities and scientific institutes and research centers to develop technology for agriculture in the future, and enable them to set up their own projects.
 
·    Program Aims:
1.    Meet the needs of the community and the local market of specialists in the field of plant protection, as well as in the field of medical and veterinary insects and the rearing of honey bees.
2.    Provide the regional and international market with highly qualified graduates in the field of plant protection, as well as in the field of medical and veterinary insects and the rearing of honey bees.
3.      Training environment-friendly plant protection expert that possess  knowledge, ability of analytical thinking-questioning, producing solutions and awareness of work  ethics with expertise on diseases and pests in agricultural products, host-parasite interactions, pesticides and their effects on the environment,   integrated pest management, integrated crop management  for the needs of public and private sector in our country.
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Ph.D in Plant Protection Ph.D in Plant Protection

Program Title:
PhD. In Plant protection
Program Code:
-
Level of Study:
PhD. (Graduate)
Final Qualification:
PhD. In Plant protection
Faculty:
Agriculture
Department:
Plant Protection
Other Department(s) involved in teaching the program:
Horticulture and Crop Sciences
Mode of Attendance) e.g., full time):
Full Time
Duration of the Program:
4 years
Credit hours/ contact hours:
54
Language of Instruction:
English
Entrance Requirements:
 
Acceptable disciplines:
               First priority: Master in Plant Protection or one of its fields
               Second priority: Master in Horticulture and Plant Protection or one of its fields
               Third priority: Master in plant production or one of its fields
               Fourth priority: Master in the fields of other agricultural sciences
           Fifth priority: Master of Life Sciences
Program regulations:
Regulations concerning the program. Can include a link to such detailed regulations.
http://registration.ju.edu.jo/RegRegulations/Forms/All_Regulations.aspx
No. of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
578/23/2011
Date of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
2011
Date of Production:
 
Date of Revision:
2018/2019
Program Director:
Dr. Luma Al Banna ; 22513; lalbanna@ju.edu.jo
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At the successful completion of the Doctorate Program of Plant Protection the student should be able to:

1.            Demonstrate broad depth knowledge of core concepts in plant protection.
2.            Exhibit teaching competence through teaching, seminars and speaking experiences.
3.            Interpret scientific literature related to Plant pathology, Entomology, or Weed science.
4.            Formulate hypotheses, and develop experimental designs to test these hypotheses.
5.            Establish and maintain experiments in the field of Plant Pathology, Entomology, or Weed science.
6.            Perform appropriate statistical analyses for data collected in in Plant Pathology, Entomology, and Weed science.
7.            Think critically, solve research problems, and draw conclusions in the field of  Plant Pathology, Entomology, or Weed science
8.            Interpret and present research results in both oral and written formats.
9.            Publish research in the field of Plant Protection in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
10.          Maintain a leadership role in Plant Protection at the national and international levels.
11.          Commit to ethics and compliance responsibilities for being an agricultural engineer, especially with regard to agricultural sector, environment, and society.
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Development of the learning outcomes is promoted through the following teaching and learning methods:

To give lectures and engage students in the educational process through education, in addition to the educational workshops, whether in the classroom or in stadiums  located inside or outside the college, besides hosting educational specialists,  and Job career specialists,   practical sessions and field trips  

1.    Brainstorming strategy
2.    Learning strategy with modelling
3.    Teamwork strategy
4.    Discussion strategy
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Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes are provided through the following assessment methods:

1.    Short oral exams
2.    Short written exams
3.    Discussion
4.    Exam
5.    Presentation of scientific paper
6.    Presenting a topic
7.    Practical reports
8.    Field detection
9.    Collection of samples
10.  Conducting experiments
11.  Working posters
12.  Preservation of insects
13.  Duties
14.  Publishing a scientific paper
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Learning outcome
 
 Course code
PLO 1
PLO2
PLO3
PLO4
PLO5
PLo6
PLO7
PLO8
PLO9
PLO10
PLO11
pesticides  analyses   0606913 
3,4,7
3,4,5
3,4,5,7
3,4,5,7
3,5,7
-
3,4,5,7
3,4,5,7
-
3,5,7
3,5,7
Ecology and Management of plant Diseases 0606921
1,2,3,4,5
5,6
5,6
6
-
-
3,5,6,7
4,6
-
4,6
3,4,6
Nematode Ecology ا 0606923
3,4
6
5,6
-
-
3
3,4,5,13
4,6
-
4,6
3,4,6
 Seed Pathology 0606931
3
3,4
5,7
6
4
3
5,11
6,14
-
6
3,4
Selected Topics in Plant Protection  0606945
3,4
6
5,7
3
9,10
-
5,6,10
5,6
-
-
3
Biotechnology in Plant protection  0606950
1,2,3,4
3
3,4,5,6
7,10,13
7,10,13
5,7,10
3,4,5
6,7
-
-
-
Biological control 0606951
3,4,5
5
5
-
-
-
3,4,5
4,5
-
5
4,5
Insect Taxonomy 0606952
3,4,5,6
3,6
3,6
-
8
-
3,4,5
3,6
3,5
-
3
Insect population Ecology 0606953
3,4
5,6
5,7
8,10
10
10
5,10
5,7,10
14
-
-
 Pesticides Toxicology 0606954
3,4
3,4,5
3,4,5
3,4,5
-
-
3,4,5
3,4,5
 
3,5
3,5
Insect Plant Relationship 0606955
3,4,5
5
5
-
-
-
3,4,5
4,5
-
5
4,5
Immature Insects 0606956
3,4,5,6
3,6
3,6
-
8
-
3,4,5
3,6
3,5
-
3
Herbicides 0606957
-
3,4,5
5
5
-
-
3,4,5
4,5
-
5
4,5
Medicinal wild Plants 0606958
-
3,4,5
5
5
-
-
3,4,5
4,5
-
5
4,5
Nematode Taxonomy 0606962
3,4
4,6
4,5,6,13
3,10
10
-
3,4,6,13
3,4,6,13
-
3,4,6,13
3,4,6,13
Ecology and Genetics of Phytopathogenic bacteria 0606963
1,2,3,4
5,6
3,5,6
8,9,10,13
7,10,13
5,7,10
3,5,6
5,6,7
11,14
10,15
3,13
Replication and Genetics of Plant  Viruses 0606964
1,2,3,4
3
3,4,5,6
7,10,13
7,10,13
5,7,10
3,4,5
6,7
-
-
-
Fungal Taxonomy 0606965
3
4
7
10
14
14
8
3
6
11
6
Ecology and Physiology of Weeds 0606972
-
3,4,5
5
5
-
-
3,4,5
4,5
-
5
4,5
Seminar in Plant Protection 0606991
5
5
5
-
-
-
3,5
-
-
-
5
Thesis
10
-
3,5
3,10
10
10
3,5,7,14
5,7,10,11
14
3,10,11,14
-
1. Short oral exams 2. Short written exams 3. Discussion 4. Exam 5. Presentation of scientific paper 6. Presenting a  topic 7. Practical reports 8. Field detection 9. Collection of samples 10. Conducting experiments 11. Working posters 12. Preservation of insects 13. Duties 14. Publishing a scientific paper
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Scientific Research

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Bachelor in Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessBachelor in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

Program Title:
Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Management …
Program Code:
05
Level of Study:
Bachelor
Final Qualification:
Bachelor
Faculty:
School of Agriculture
Department:
The Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Management
Other Department(s) involved in teaching the program:
None
Mode of Attendance)e.g., full time):
Full time
Duration of the Program:
Four years
Credit hours/ contact hours:
138 Hours
Language of Instruction:
English
Entrance Requirements:
 
 
Program regulations:
 
No. of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
 
Date of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education:
 
Date of Production:
 
Date of Revision:
2015/2016
Program Director:
Dr. Amani Al-Assaf , ext:22476.
Amani.alassaf@ju.edu.jo
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Bachelor in Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessBachelor in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

At the successful completion of the Bachelor Programof Agricultural economics and Agribusinessthe student should be able to:

 
1.    Apply economic principles and research methods in solving economic problems and toagricultural production management.
 
2.    Analyze extension programs to deliver relevant information to farmers and employ the economic and business principles in making decisions.
 
3.    Collaborate effectively with scientists and educators in other disciplines to incorporate economic analysis into multi-disciplinary programs.
 
4.    Design , analyze and evaluate agricultural and  development projects.
 
5.    Utilize the economic concepts and factors for successful natural resources management in agriculture and agribusiness.
 
6.    Discuss issues related to the agricultural sector, natural resource policies, and rural community development.
 
7.    Work effectively in promoting the teamwork environment for pursuing professional goals.
 
8.    Apply principles of scientific skills and argumentation and ethics of scientific discussion research skills in both oral and written forms.
 
9.    Demonstrate ethical and professional responsibilities for being an agricultural engineer, especially with regard to agricultural sector, environment and society.
 
10.  Apply critical thinking and problem solving skills, and pursue continuous education in aspects of agricultural economics and agribusiness management. 
 
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Bachelor in Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessBachelor in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

The Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension was established in 1973 at the College of Agriculture. It offered teaching courses in economics, statistics and farm management and extension for Agriculture college students. A study plan has been developed for agricultural economics and extension students.  A program for MSc. was introduced in the academic year 1985-86. As a result of the restructuring of the departments of the Faculty of Agriculture in 1998, the Department was renamed to become the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Management and the study plan was modified to cope with the new trends.

The department includes 9 faculty members who teach and research in the areas of agricultural production economics and policy analysis, economic and rural development and agricultural business management, finance and marketing. The Department provides courses; in particular, principles of economics, statistics, extension, and management for other students in other departments.
A computer lab was set up in the department during the academic year 2005 - 2006. The aim of establishing the lab is to build the capability of the students to better using computer applications for various courses that need to process applications in the computer.  In addition to the possibility of using the computer lab at the university and the College of Agriculture. The lab has begun providing some courses on the Internet and is being used as a key communication line (i.e. via dedicated email and web pages) between faculty and students, by which educational materials and exercises are provided and exchanged.
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Teaching & Learning Methods

1.    Lectures.
2.    Submission of research papers.
3.    Panel discussions and seminars.
4.    Elaborating and simulating agricultural problems and propose appropriate solutions.
5.    Participation in workshops and conferences
 
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Bachelor in Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessBachelor in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

Assessment Methods

1.    Examinations
2.    writing reports
3.    Scientific Papers
4.    Presenting a seminar on specialized subject and other modern evaluation methods.
5.    Executing exercises and solving problems using computer applications.
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Bachelor in Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessBachelor in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

Description: The practical training is conducted at the university's farm in the Jordan Valley. The training is conducted during the first (or second) semester of each academic year with a rate of 12 credited hours. The fourth year students spend a full semester (4 months) at the station for practical training in different agricultural operations.  The University 's farm provides : student accommodation,  a library, a computer room and other teaching and training materials such as a poultry farm, a cowshed, a sheep farm, as well as fruit and vegetable farms.

Timing: Full semester (one time only)
Credit Hours: 12 credit hours
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Seminar on Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business Administration

Description:  Guiding the student   to study a practical case study, where they will collect information on a specific topic in the field of specialization related to the agricultural economics and agricultural business management. In this training, students will design; conduct research and present results on scientific grounds. The students will present and discuss the final research results and discuss it with students' course.
Timing: Thursday of every week from (3 - 4)
Credit hours: 1 credit hours.
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Agricultural Economics Lab, which accommodate up to 15 students

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Tools and Equipment

1.    SPSS Software
2.    having the necessary software for specialization
3.    The presence of a Data show
4.    The existence of a description of the research courses based on the principle of comprehensiveness and clarity (target and required target)
5.    Provide bulletin boards for students in the college and in the department and find an electronic board as well
6.    The existence of an integrated archive of subjects and students and guidance and graduates towards it and document the minutes of the meetings of the Council of the Department and the various academic committees
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Bachelor in Agricultural Economics and AgribusinessBachelor in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

Name                          

Workplace                          

Position                             

Specialty

Fatema Hani Arabiat

Department of Agricultural Economics

Lab supervisor

M.A Agricultural Economics and Extension

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Bachelor in Animal ProductionBachelor in Animal Production

Background to the program and subject area:

The Department has well-known and professional faculty members who were graduated from the best universities in Europe and United States. They have extensive knowledge in research, teaching, and extension which positively influence the agricultural sector in Jordan and other countries.

The Department has several labs that are used for research and teaching such as feed analysis lab, animal environmental physiology lab, poultry diseases lab, reproductive physiology and artificial insemination lab, and poultry production lab. Moreover, the department has units used for production, research, and teaching such as poultry research unit (on campus), poultry (broilers and layers) (at Al-Muwaqqar research station), poultry, sheep, goats, and cows’ units (at Al-Gour Research Station).

The Department is considered as one of the leading departments in its field, and is a popular destination for many of the students and researchers for the development of scientific knowledge and research in this area. The department is also able to produce graduates of bachelor's and master's programs, who are renowned for their distinctiveness and ability to excel academically and practically. Recently, doctoral program was opened to be the first one at the local level, where there was a need for the existence of this program in the department, especially with the availability of all the facilities to create the program including qualified teaching staff and appropriate research infrastructure that expected to improve with time.

Vision statements of the program:

To be the regional leader in scientific research and facilitate the development of high calibre graduates knowledgeable in all fields of animal production and play a vital role in augmenting food security and participate in community service.

Mission statements of the program:

1. Preparing highly qualified graduates locally and internationally who are able to implement acquired knowledge to positively impact the livestock sector.

2. Conduct scientific research in the various fields of animal production and implement its outcomes in commercial settings.

3. Work in collaboration with the governmental and private sectors to enhance the quality and quantity of farm animal products.

Program Aims:

The main goals of the department are:

1.Enrich the markets (locally and internationally) with professional employees

2.Conduct scientific research to mitigate the problems of animal production

3. Provide extension for livestock producers to improve the quality of efficiency of production

4.Collaborate with the governmental and private sectors to solve the problems of animal production

5.Participate in developing the roles and regulations related to animal production​

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Upon successful competition of degree program requirements, students are expected to be able to achieve the following:

1. Demonstrate knowledge of different disciplines within animal production such as nutrition, physiology, management, breeding, and animal health in order to apply knowledge acquired under commercial and field conditions.

2. Develop research skills and demonstrate knowledge of research methodologies and evidence-based decision making.

3. Implement basic agricultural concepts acquired when working in public and/or private sector, research institutions, multinational corporations, and regional and international agricultural entities.

4. Utilize critical thinking to analyze and tackle problems encountered when working in the livestock industry and formulate strategies and working plans to solve these problems and improve efficiency and production of farm animals.

5. Appraise the laws, regulations, and statues governing the animal production sector in Jordan.

6. Interact with stakeholders such as livestock producers at a local level to provide the appropriate extension services.

7. Articulate ideas and enhance communication skills especially those that promote collaborative problem-solving, mutual understanding, and team work,

8. Identify and assess individual values, knowledge, skills, and abilities in order to set and achieve lifelong personal, educational, and professional goals.

9. Practice decision-making that builds self-awareness, fosters self-reliance, and nourishes physical, mental, and social health.

10. Apply skills of cooperation, collaboration, negotiation, and group decision-making through practical training and workshops.

11. Exhibit leadership capabilities, quality judgment, dependability, and accountability while maintaining flexibility in an ever-changing world.​

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Bachelor in Animal ProductionBachelor in Animal Production

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Description, timing and number of credit hours:

1.    Students are trained at the University Research Station in the Jordan Valley in Animal Production, Plant Production and Protection, Soil Science and Irrigation, Farm Mechanization, and Socio-economics. For Animal Production students, they are divided into small groups and given certain number of animals to manage according to the available technology in the country

2.    Students spend one semester (16 weeks, 5 days per week) at the University Research Station

3.    The practical training at the Station is equivalent to 12 credit hours​











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The program does not contain a research or graduation project for undergraduates​
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Development of the learning outcomes is promoted through the following teaching and learning methods:

1.    In class PowerPoint lectures

2.   Group discussions

3.   Student Presentations

4.  Class projects

5.  Practical and applied training including one semester at the University Research Station in the Jordan Valley​

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Bachelor in Animal ProductionBachelor in Animal Production

Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes are provided through the following assessment methods:

1.    Exams, homework assignments, and quizzes

2.    Student presentations

3.    Student seminar

4.    Term papers​

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