The needs and expectations of students towards the graduate program of Islamic studies.Faculty of Islamic Science Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus

Authors

  • Ismael Katih Faculty of Islamic Sciences, Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus
  • Abdulroning Suetair Faculty of Islamic Sciences, Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus
  • Abduleloh Noomsuk Faculty of Islamic Sciences, Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus

Keywords:

Needs and Expectations, Students, Graduate Islamic Studies Program

Abstract

Objectives This research was to study the needs and expectations of students towards Islamic studies at the graduate level. Faculty of Islamic Science Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus

Methodology Quantitative data was collected from 51 master's degree and doctoral students of the Faculty of Islamic Studies. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics such as frequency distribution, mean, and standard deviation.

Research findings The results showed that Prince of Songkla University student Pattani Campus respondents the opinions on the needs and expectations of Islamic studies programs at the graduate level were at a high level. with a mean of 3.97 and a standard deviation of 1.053. When considering each aspect, it was found that the aspect with the highest opinion was Student Development The mean was 4.01 and the standard deviation was 1.14, followed by educational support factors. The mean was 4.00 and the standard deviation was 0.957, followed by Teaching The mean was 3.99 and the standard deviation was 1.063, and the aspect with the least opinion was Service The mean was 3.87 and the standard deviation was 1.050, respectively.

Application the organization and personnel involved in administering the Islamic Studies Program at the graduate level, Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies Program Faculty of Islamic Science Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus able to use research results to improve and develop the curriculum to be more ready and complete including the organization or other universities can apply the results of the study to improve their own curriculum.

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Published

07-06-2022

How to Cite

Katih, I., Suetair, A. ., & Noomsuk, A. . (2022). The needs and expectations of students towards the graduate program of Islamic studies.Faculty of Islamic Science Prince of Songkla University Pattani Campus. Journal of Islamic Studies, Prince of Songkla University, 13(1), 334–357. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JOIS/article/view/257951

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