As part of the series of scientific seminars held by the College of Applied Sciences within the endeavors to develop the skills of our male and female students, the College of Applied Sciences held a remote training course entitled: "Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving", on Monday, 8 Rabi` Al-Thani, 1442 A.H. The course was presented by Prof. Muhammad Abdul-Salam Abu Khuzaim, Professor of Postgraduate Studies at the College of Da`wah (Islamic Call) and Fundamentals of Religion and certified external examiner of the University Inclusive Education Quality Programs.
Dr. Ismael Al-Thaqfi, Vice Dean of the College of Applied Sciences for Educational Affairs, launched the course by welcoming the male and female students, thanking them for their attendance and interaction with the courses which boost their general and specialized skills and develop their knowledge and cultural information.
Next, Prof. Muhammad Abu Khuzaim pointed out the major themes that the course would cover, including the skills of analytical thinking, what is meant by analytical thinking in its various dimensions, and the strategies used to hone skills of analytical thinking.
He also cast light on how to scientifically provide creative solutions based on the problem data, and how to deal with them and take proper decisions.
The course witnessed a distinguished attendance of male and female students.
Concluding the course, Dr. Ismael Al-Thaqfi extended his thanks and appreciation to the course presenter, and praised the fruitful cooperation between the College of Applied Sciences and the College of Da`wah and Fundamentals of Religion in the services for the students. He also thanked the Student Affairs Unit at the College for the various activities as well as the Dean of the College of Applied Sciences, Dr. Hatem Al-Tass, for his continuous support of all the college activities.