The Business Informatics College at the University of Information Technology and Communications held a lecture on the Bologna Pathway System.
The lecture was presented by the Head of the Business Information Technology Department, Assist. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleh Mahdi, in which he addressed the definition of the Bologna Pathway system, the number of study units, instructions and controls for the curriculum guide, and the requirements for academic subjects for the second semester.
The lecture focused on clarifying the lecturer’s profile system, as it has the features and powers that a faculty member needs in the Bologna Track system, including knowing the details of the course, how to record student attendance, formative and summative evaluation, and finding solutions to the obstacles facing the application of the system to advance the scientific and academic level of the students and the college.