Computer Information Technology professor has third course certified by Quality Matters


WKU faculty member Yaser Mowafi recently achieved certification from Quality Matters for his third course, CIT 370 – Telecommunications I. 

Dr. Mowafi is an Assistant Professor of Computer Information Technology in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences of the Ogden College of Science and Engineering at WKU. 

WKU has 10 Quality Matters Certified courses, including five from the Ogden College of Science and Engineering. 

Dr. Mowafi has two other CIT courses that have been certified by Quality Matters — Systems Development I and Web Systems Development I. The other two from OCSE are MATH 136, Calculus 1 (Dr. Ozkan Ozer) and MATH 501, Intro to Probability and Statistics (Dr. Natasha Gerstenschlager).

Quality Matters is the global organization leading quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environments. Quality Matters provides highly in-depth reviews of online courses to ensure that they provide excellence in accessibility and usability in several categories, including instructional materials, learner activities and interactions, course technology, learner support, and assessments.

About the Ogden College of Science and Engineering: The Ogden College of Science & Engineering (OCSE) encompasses the basic and applied sciences at WKU, offering a broad range of degree programs through our eight Academic Units (Agriculture & Food Science; Biology; Chemistry; Earth, Environmental, and Atmospheric Sciences; Mathematics; Physics & Astronomy; Psychological Sciences; Engineering and Applied Sciences). The mission of OCSE is to empower individuals to become leaders through academic achievement, global connections, and engagement in research, education, and service.





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