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Journal of Educational Sciences > Volume 3, No. 1, 1991

Evaluation of Graduate Studies at King Saud University through the Analysis of Some Students’ Records / Mohamed A. Al-Mannie

King Saud University was established in 1957. It is considered one of the oldest modern universities in the Kingdom. but graduate studies are still limited in comparison to the large enrollment at college level. The problem of the study is to shed some light about the evaluation of graduate studies by using the analysis of some students‘ record. The study will provide answers to six questions concerning the status of graduate studies. dropout rates. delay in graduation, and difference between art and science colleges.
 The result of the study may be stated as follows:
1. Enrollment is limited in science and applied sciences.
2. The dropout rate of students is 39.8% in graduate studies.
3. Part-time students enrollment is higher in science and applied science colleges , 53.1%,  than an colleges , 37.8%, . 
4. There is a delay in graduation for some students. 84.1% of students enrolled in the 1985/1986 Academic year are still in graduate school for the master‘s degree.

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