In collaboration with the Department of Curricula and Teaching Methods at the College of Education and the Vice-Deanship of Student Affairs for Direction, Guidance, and Community Partnership, the master's students of the course "Supervision Methods for Muslims" held a workshop entitled, 'I Will Practice My Future Profession with Integrity'. The workshop was run by Ms. Shadha Al-Zahrani, Ms. Afaf Al-Maliki, and Ms. Nuha Al-Ghamdi.
The workshop included two themes. The first includes: values of integrity in work, positive professional ethics, work ethics in Islam. The second includes: the concept of ethics, work ethics as an administrative necessity, the relationship among employees, the establishment of ethics of work, ways to establish the ethics of any profession, the ethics of a profession in the civil service.
The workshop was aimed at female graduate students. This workshop is the second event run by the Nazaha (integrity) Club. We would like to thank the Deanship of Student Affairs for achieving community partnership among the different departments. We would also like to extend thanks to Ms. Uhoud Buqas, the club's supervisor, for her efforts and support during the events presented, and to the master's students at the Department of Curricula and Teaching Methods in the courses of (Educational Supervision, and Supervision Methods for Muslims), for their volunteer work for the society. We also wish to thank Dr. Hanan Rizq.