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Program Overview

Program Overview

The Middle East has always played a critical and active role in the world landscape connecting East and West. When you study abroad with CIEE in Jordan, you will immerse yourself in the region’s modern history and Jordan’s role in regional politics. You will develop an in-depth, on-the-ground understanding of Middle Eastern policies and politics no history course could possibly offer. From diplomats to government officials, business owners to students and family, you will get to know individuals key to the social fabric of Jordanian society. But that’s not all. You will expand your knowledge of the local language, history and culture in addition to building your linguistic capabilities of the Arabic language; both Modern Standard and Colloquial. We believe this comprehensive approach is integral to your study-abroad experience and will include the following:

  • Intensive language courses in Modern Standard and Colloquial Jordanian Arabic
  • Courses in English focusing on culture and politics in Jordanian and the Middle East
  • Peer language assistant program to facilitate relationships with local university students, improve language skills and experience culture
  • The opportunity to directly enroll in a course at Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT)
  • Intern at a local or international NGO or business
  • In-depth tours to historically important archaeological, natural and biblical sites, such as Petra, Wadi Rum, the Dead Sea, and more
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Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships & Grants

We want as many students as possible to benefit from studying abroad. That’s why CIEE awards more than $5 million every year – more than any other international educational organization – to make study abroad affordable.

Applicants to this program are eligible for the following scholarships and grants:

  • Ping Scholarships for Academic Excellence
  • Ping Scholarships for Academic Excellence

    $2,500 toward program costs. To recognize high academic achievement, CIEE offers a limited number of merit scholarships to our strongest students. These awards are based on students’ academic records, and on the submission of a personal essay describing to us how their CIEE program will impact their college experience and future career plans.

    https://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/scholarships-grants/

  • Global Access Initiative (GAIN) Grants
  • Global Access Initiative (GAIN) Grants

    The GAIN Grant helps cover airfare costs to and from CIEE program locations for students who demonstrate high financial need. GAIN Grants are available for short-term (January and summer), semester and year-long CIEE programs.

    https://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/scholarships-grants/

  • CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant
  • CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant

    Applicants for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship can apply for the CIEE Gilman Go Global Grant, which provides both program cost support and support for airfare. Students will have to provide proof of having applied to the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, upon request.

    https://www.ciee.org/study-abroad/scholarships-grants/

To be considered, submit the CIEE Scholarships & Grants application within your CIEE program application. Learn more at the Scholarships & Grants section of our website.
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The CIEE Difference

The CIEE Difference

Coursework

Whether you’re just beginning your study of Arabic or you’re an advanced speaker, the CIEE Middle East Studies program in Amman has language courses in Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Jordanian Arabic to suit your needs and abilities. Besides Arabic language, you’ll also have access to a variety of specially designed, area-studies courses covering topics in economics, history, international relations, communication, literature, religion, politics and regional diplomacy as they relate to the Middle East.

Excursions

We believe excursions are a critical part of the learning experience. During your stay in Jordan you’ll visit a number of archaeological, historical, and natural wonders that may include camping in a Bedoiun tent during a trip to Wadi Rum; discovering the ancient city of Petra; hiking in a Middle Eastern forest. You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in an organized community service project.

Volunteering

Volunteering is a simple, but effective way to give back to your host community while learning about Jordanian culture. Opportunities to help renovate an elementary school in a nearby rural area, assist Jordanians with their English language skills or engage with Amman-based organizations that work with underserved communities are just three of the ways previous students have contributed.

Internship

In the past, students have interned at Eco-Peace, the Collateral Repair Project, the Business Development Center, the American Chamber of Commerce in Jordan, the Jesuit Refugee Service and USAID. Combined with your studies in Jordan, an internship offers a unique insight to Jordanian social structure.

Student to Student

Through the Princess Sumaya University of Technology (PSUT), CIEE students engage with PSUT students when participating in numerous cultural clubs, sports teams and general activities organized with the student counsel. In addition, CIEE has introduced a shadowing program enabling CIEE students to shadow PSUT students and/or work on the PSUT campus for a day.

The language peer program offers the opportunity to interact with Jordanian students and greatly improve language proficiency.

Cultural Immersion

You will have every opportunity to immerse yourself in Jordanian culture. Special guest lectures by government officials, diplomats, and local experts enrich the academic program. You are encouraged to use your Arabic language skills in everyday settings. This fosters Arabic language proficiency and a better understanding of Jordanian society. CIEE also coordinates a series of local site visits and cultural activities. Resident staff will help keep you up-to-date on local cultural events, such as conferences, films, and concerts.

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Dates, Deadlines & Fees

Dates, Deadlines & Fees

We want to make sure you get the most out of your experience when you study abroad with CIEE, which is why we offer the most inclusions in our fees.

The program fee includes:

  • Tuition and housing
  • Predeparture advising
  • Full-time program leadership and support
  • Field trips and cultural activities
  • CIEE iNext travel card, which provides insurance and other travel benefits
Please note, program dates are subject to change. Please contact your CIEE Study Abroad Advisor before purchasing airfare. Click the button to view more detailed information about dates and fees as well as estimated additional costs. Please talk with your University Study Abroad Advisor about additional fees that may be charged by your home institution when participating in a program abroad.
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Spring 2018 (16 wks)
11/15/2017
01/28/2018
05/18/2018

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Program Fees

This breakdown has been prepared from the program budget for the purpose of calculating eligibility for financial aid. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. CIEE reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

Students required to study on CIEE programs through a School of Record will be charged a $500 administrative fee in addition to the Program Fees listed.

Estimated Additional Costs

The estimated additional costs indicated are intended to assist students and parents in budgeting for those additional living and discretionary expenses not included in the program fee. Actual expenses will vary according to student interests and spending habits.

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Eligibility
2.5 Overall GPA

Eligibility

  • Overall GPA 2.5
  • Demonstrated interest in the Middle East and Arabic language through coursework and statement of purpose
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Recommended Credit

Recommended Credit

Total credit for the semester is 15-18 semester/22.5-27 quarter hours.

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Program Requirements

Program Requirements

All study abroad students enroll in a 9 semester/12 quarter credit Modern Standard and Colloquial Jordanian Arabic course at the appropriate level. In addition to the required Arabic courses, all students choose two additional elective courses, one of which can be an internship. A full course load is considered four courses.

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About the City

About The City

Amman has an ancient history and a diverse, vibrant modernity. It is an accessible, cosmopolitan city with numerous museums, art galleries, theaters, and cinemas. With its reputation for security and hospitality, Amman is home to inhabitants from all over the Middle East. The city provides a safe and stable environment for students to learn about the region.

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Meet The Staff

Meet The Staff

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Najeh Abu Orabi

Director of Arabic Instruction

Najeh Abu Orabi, Ph.D., a native of Jordan, has been challenging American students to master the Arabic language for more than a decade. In addition to leading the Arabic Language program, Najeh manages the Arabic language curriculum for CIEE in Jordan. He has a doctorate in Arabic language curricula and education methods and a master’s degree in Arabic language. Najeh also has taught Arabic at the University of Virginia and is a certified ACTFL OPI tester. For the Arabic Language program, Najeh works with a special team of instructors, all of whom hold advanced degrees in Arabic language and literature, have extensive experience teaching Arabic as a foreign language to international students, and are trained in ACTFL standards.

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Zeina Alkaraki

Student Services Manager

Zeina al Karaki joined CIEE Amman as the AL program’s Resident Coordinator in 2012. Zeina received a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship and taught Arabic as a Foreign Language at Valdosta State University, Georgia. She earned her M.Ed in Educational Leadership from University of Cincinnati, where she also taught Arabic for two years. Zeina also worked with the National Center for Human Rights (NCHR) in Amman within the NCHR Capacity building project. Zeina became Student Services Manager for all of CIEE Amman in Spring 2015.

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Amer Bdour

Resident Coordinator

An Archaeology graduate from the University of Jordan, with 14 years of experience in the fields of tourism, antiquities and Jordanian culture working with the Jordanian Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities, during which time Amer also has worked with many international organizations before joining CIEE in March 2014.

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Zein Nsheiwat

Resident Director

Zein Nsheiwat has been working in the field of study abroad and cross-cultural education since 2007. She has worked in a variety of capacities; the latest being the Resident Director of Earlham College Middle East Study Abroad Program/Jordan, during which she was teaching a course on water and environmental challenges in Jordan and the Middle East including a course on Earlham College campus. Zein holds a M.Sc. in Environmental Studies from the joint program between the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies and Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Israel. She has participated in and presented at many international conferences such as the United Nations Conference to Combat Desertification. Zein has also published articles on water reuse in Jordan and lead exposure in industrial ‘hot spots’ in Jordan and Israel. In addition to professional activities, Zein is a founding member of an environmental initiative in Jordan, working on such diverse projects as water, solar energy, and across borders environmental education.

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Taghreed Odeh

Resident Coordinator

Taghreed Odeh joined CIEE as resident coordinator for the Diplomacy and Policy Studies program in fall 2012. Previously, she worked with Royal Jordanian Airlines and at the Jordan Institute of Diplomacy. Taghreed is an expert in protocol, and enjoys sharing her favorite cultural experiences and sites with visitors to the Kingdom. She is currently working toward completion of a Master’s degree in Human Rights.

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Where You'll Study

Where You'll Study

CIEE STUDY CENTER IN AMMAN

You will take courses at the CIEE Study Center in Amman, located in a core neighborhood where you can interact with the local community and have easy access to a variety of academic and cultural institutions.

You may elect to direct enroll in one course from a pre-approved selection at Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT).

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Housing & Meals

Housing & Meals

You will have the option of living with a Jordanian host family or in an apartment with other CIEE program participants. Homestay placements are made on the basis of compatibility between families and students, and in some cases a suitable homestay may not be available for every interested student. Students in homestays generally eat two meals a day with their families and most meals on the weekends. Students are responsible for weekly lunches. Students selecting the apartment option need to budget for all meals, as they are not included in the program fee. All CIEE housing options in Jordan require you to make adjustments to the host culture, including curfews, limits on guests, and decorum. Apartments have limits on visitors and quiet hours for safety purposes and deference to local norms. You will receive some meals during orientation and during CIEE-sponsored excursions.

For students planning to stay for the academic year, meals between the fall and spring semesters are not included in the program fee unless they continue to reside with their homestay family.

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Orientations

Orientations

You'll begin your study abroad experience in Amman before leaving home by participating in a CIEE online pre-departure orientation. Resident Staff meet will meet with you online and share information about arrival to the site and the program, highlighting important information and answering any questions you might have. The on-site program begins with a mandatory week-long orientation, which introduces you to the academic program and offers extensive, practical information about living in Jordan, with a focus on maintaining health, safety, and security. Ongoing support for these issues is provided on an individual and group basis throughout the program.

During orientation, you'll also take a mandatory Arabic pre-test to determine your appropriate level. You'll be retested at the end of the term and can receive a copy of your results while on site.

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Internet

Internet

You are encouraged to bring a wireless-enabled laptop as access to computers is otherwise limited. Dongles are provided to all students for internet access along with limited pre-paid internet cards. Cafés are also a convenient and inexpensive option for internet use. Be advised that internet connections in Jordan may be much slower than what you are used to at home.

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Culture

Culture

The academic program is supplemented with numerous cultural activities, as well as excursions to Jordan’s archaeological, historical, and natural wonders. Trips vary between the fall and spring semesters because of changes in weather. Resident Staff members will also keep you up to date on local cultural events, including films, concerts, and conferences.

Independent Travel

You may travel independently in Jordan during weekends and scheduled breaks. Any independent travel outside of Jordan and overnight travel within Jordan requires the completion of the CIEE Amman Independent Travel Form and review of potential security or safety concerns by the CIEE Resident Director. You must also sign an independent travel waiver and are expected to inform your home institution and emergency contacts regarding all independent travel outside of Jordan.

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Academics

Academics

The CIEE Study Center in Amman offers study abroad students a series of specially designed area-studies courses in such fields as economics, history, international relations, environment, literature, politics, regional diplomacy and religion. Area-studies courses provide an overview of issues relevant to Jordan and the broader Middle East region. One of these courses can be an internship at a local government agency, ministry, international organization, or business. Although there is no language prerequisite, all students are required to take both Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Jordanian Arabic while in Amman.

Students also have the option of taking one course from a pre-approved selection at Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT).

Academic Culture

This study abroad program is academically rigorous and offers focused students an opportunity to make great strides in their language and overall knowledge of the region. Students attend Arabic language courses five days per week. Area studies courses are held in the afternoons or evenings. Class attendance is required and unexcused absences count against students’ final grades. Jordanian classrooms and classes tend to be lecture style; however, many are conducted seminar style, allowing for dialogue and discussions. Many of the professors who teach CIEE courses have received degrees in either the United States or the United Kingdom, or have participated in fellowships abroad and thus are familiar with American classrooms.

Nature of Classes

CIEE classes study only with other CIEE study abroad students except in the companion course to the internship. The extracurricular activities, lectures and workshop with experts on a range of contemporary issues allow CIEE students to gain official insight into Jordan’s most pressing domestic and international concerns.

Courses through PSUT study with local and other international students.

CIEE Community Language Commitment

As you gain proficiency in Arabic, you are encouraged to use your language skills in everyday settings. This fosters a learning community that contributes to both Arabic language proficiency and understanding of Jordanian society.

Grading System

Grades (A-F, with pluses and minuses, based on a 100-point scale) are assigned based on mid-term and final exams, and, depending on the course, additional assignments, such as a research paper or class presentation. Attendance and class participation also are incorporated into the final grade for the program courses. Class attendance is mandatory for all CIEE classes.

Language of Instruction

English
Arabic

Faculty

Arabic language courses are taught by CIEE’s excellent team of Arabic instructors. Area-studies elective courses are taught by faculty and practitioners associated with Jordan’s universities and wider academic community, including both Jordanian and international experts in their respective fields.

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Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

All Courses

Note: This course listing is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract between CIEE and any applicant, student, institution, or other party. The courses, as described, may be subject to change as a result of ongoing curricular revisions, assignment of lecturers and teaching staff, and program development. Courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment.

CIEE Study Center Syllabi

To view the most recent syllabi for courses taught by CIEE at our Study Centers, visit our syllabi site.

Required CIEE Language Courses

MODERN STANDARD ARABIC

Students are placed into the appropriate Modern Standard Arabic level based on previous study of the language and the results of a language exam taken during orientation. The exam tests how well you can apply what you’ve learned in Arabic so far, and is not based on progression through any particular Arabic textbook. Contact hours: 90. Credit: 6 semester / 9 quarter hours.

ARAB 1011 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, BEGINNING I

ARAB 1012 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, BEGINNING II

ARAB 2011 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, INTERMEDIATE I

ARAB 2012 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, INTERMEDIATE II

ARAB 3011 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, ADVANCED I

ARAB 3012 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, ADVANCED II

The following course is designed for students who have completed five or more semesters of Modern Standard Arabic and/or have completed Al-Kitaab or another series. This course uses authentic source materials only. Students need to adapt to a proficiency-based curriculum that does not follow a particular text book. Contact hours: 90. Credit 6 semester/9 quarter hours.

ARAB 3013 AMJO - MODERN STANDARD ARABIC, ADVANCED III

COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC
Essential for functioning in everyday life, Colloquial Jordanian Arabic is the language of spoken communication and is used in domestic, intimate, and informal settings in the home, the workplace, and among friends and acquaintances. These courses introduce students to the grammar and vocabulary of the Jordanian dialect and build on the instruction provided in the Modern Standard Arabic language course. They include intensive portions during orientation to impart basic survival skills, then continue with regular classroom sessions. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

ARAB 1003 JORD - COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC, BEGINNING I

ARAB 1004 JORD - COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC, BEGINNING II

ARAB 2003 JORD - COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC, INTERMEDIATE I

ARAB 2004 JORD - COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC, INTERMEDIATE II

ARAB 3003 JORD - COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC, ADVANCED I

ARAB 3004 JORD - COLLOQUIAL JORDANIAN ARABIC, ADVANCED II

The following course is intended for students who demonstrate extensive prior experience or study of Jordanian Arabic or another dialect, as well as most Academic Year program students. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

ARAB 3005 JORD - CONTINUED CONVERSATIONS IN COLLOQUIAL ARABIC


CIEE ELECTIVE COURSES

Students must choose two courses from the list below. This is a sample list of elective courses. A final course list will be distributed during the on-site orientation for purposes of registration.

ARAB DIPLOMACY
This course identifies the major issues Arab diplomacy is concerned with, and the manner by which they are debated among Arab states. It examines regional organizations and institutions as a platform used to address regional concerns. The course also describes the various diplomatic tools Arab states utilize in their regional interactions. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DIPLOMACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST
This course examines the international politics of the Middle East since World War II. The relationships of inter-Arab, Arab-Israeli, and superpower political patterns on policies are emphasized. The influences of nationalism, religious fundamentalism, and social and economic disparities are placed in the context of these relationships. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

SEMINAR ON THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT
This course traces the evolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from its post-World War I origins to the present day. With the course focused on the specific conflict between the two competing national movements, students are asked to consider the historical and political development of both the Zionist movement and the Palestinian national identity. The course highlights the buildup to three important turning points in the conflict: 1948, and the partition decision; 1987, and the first intifada; and 1993, and the Oslo Process. The final portion of the course looks at different scenarios for the future. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

AMERICA AND THE ARABS
This course examines the long history of interaction between the U.S. and the Arab World, with a special emphasis on the nature of contemporary relations between American and Arabian cultures. The course explores the history of American foreign policy in the Middle East, the impact of the Cold War, terrorism, military conflict on Arab-American relations, the impact of American culture in the region, and the evolution of American attitudes toward Arabian cultures and the Islamic World. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

MEDIA ARABIC

(Students may take this course in lieu of an area studies class in English or in lieu of instruction in colloquial Arabic if proficiency in the dialect can be demonstrated.)

This course offers an opportunity for students with more advanced proficiency in Arabic to begin applying their skills to contemporary authentic source material. Students read newspaper articles and internet media, as well as listen to radio and television broadcasts. Students also discuss current events and are expected to write short articles. Permission from the CIEE Director of Arabic Instruction is required; enrollment is limited on the basis of placement test results. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP
This course offers participants skills, knowledge, and understanding to help them communicate and engage more appropriately and effectively in Amman as well as in other intercultural contexts. Students will explore various topics in intercultural communication in the context of their experience abroad, and will practice intercultural learning processes that they can apply when working across difference in a wide variety of contexts. Participants will increase their own cultural self-awareness and develop personal leadership skills to help them become more effective in an interdependent world. Learning will involve in-class exercises, active reflection, discussion, readings, field reports, short lectures, and out-of-class activities that engage students in the local culture on a deeper level. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

INTRODUCTION TO ISLAM
This course is designed to introduce students to the core concepts of Islam and utilizes a holistic approach to examine Islam with regard to faith, practice, economics, and politics. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

ORGANIZATIONAL INTERNSHIP
Students are placed in prescreened internships with a local or international development organization or business. Students are required to achieve 12 hours a week for 11 weeks of actual work at the host institution, along with recording their experiences in a reflective journal, which is evaluated monthly during the internship, and complete a final case study that uses their experience at the organization to make inferences about issues in Jordan. In addition, students meet for biweekly seminars and complete an assigned readings list. Students need to acquire home institution approval in order to start the application process. Contact hours: 45 (Total course hours = 135). This course includes 15 classroom contact hours, required individual advising, mandatory field site visits, and approximately 120 internship hours.

DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
This course provides an overview of development economics in the Middle East that analyzes opportunities and challenges. Issues like foreign aid, foreign investment, adjustment programs, oil and water politics, and hindrance to growth are of major concern. Challenges of foreign debt, size of public sector, unemployment, poverty, and population growth are also addressed. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

POLITICAL STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE MIDDLE EAST REGIONAL SYSTEM
This course examines the international politics of the Middle East since World War II, including inter-Arab and Arab-Israeli relationships. The impacts on superpower political patterns on policies are emphasized as well as the major threats to regional peace and security. It tackles issues of proliferations of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, the phenomenon of non-state actors, and failed states in addition to the regional mechanisms that deal with these threats. The role of key international actors is also analyzed. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY & ACTIVISM
Jordan now ranks second in the world in terms of water poverty. It is also devoid of petroleum resources, facing an uncertain future in terms of energy security, and is experiencing a population boom in the midst of a wave of regional forced migration. This course uses Jordan’s geopolitical position in the region and the current debates over water management, hydroelectric damming, access to petroleum products, growing urbanism, and exploding population plus its nuclear program and agricultural sector as a lens for exploring local and regional issues of diplomacy and development vis-à-vis environmental science and policy. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester / 4.5 quarter hours.

THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE POLITICS OF WATER
This course provides a broad overview of various issues in the environment and water supply for Jordan and the Middle East. Students are introduced to important concepts in environmental science, such as ecosystems, energy and matter, land, water, atmosphere, and biodiversity. Contact hours: 45. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.

PRINCESS SUMAYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVE COURSES

SAMPLE COURSES INCLUDE:


ACCOUNTING FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (BANKS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES)
AUDITING UNDER INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ON AUDITING I AND II
COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND TECHNOLOGIES
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING
INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC BUSINESS
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL MEDIA
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
MATH FOR BUSINESS
MICROECONOMICS
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
PURCHASING AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
STATISTICAL METHODS
TAX ACCOUNTING

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