Source: kkU - Media Center
The Deanship of Graduate Studies at King Khalid University, in cooperation with the E-learning Deanship and the colleges involved, held online thesis discussion sessions, where 225 thesis were discussed and defended by PhD and Masters students from different colleges at the university, each session was attended by a large number of people.
The Dean of the Graduate Studies Deanship, Prof. Ahmed bin Yahya Al Fayea, explained that 159 thesis were defended during the second semester of 1441AH, and 66 theses were defended during this semester, adding that a number of theses are to be defended by the end of the current semester.
Al Fayea, added that these online sessions are easier to be joined and attended by the students and their families, discussion committees and those living in far areas, especially with the excellent coordination between the deanship and the colleges involved, and the efforts of the E-learning Deanship.
Al Fayea, pointed that the variety of thesis topics presented are to contribute to educational needs, finding solutions, and focusing on the development needs and requirements to achieve 2030 Vision.
It’s worth mentioning, that the Deanship of Graduate Studies in cooperation with the E-learning Deanship and the colleges involved were among the first in the Kingdom to successfully implement online thesis defense sessions.