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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - Who’s Who: Dr. Maysoon Khoja, dean of admission and student affairs at Saudi Electronic University
Dr. Maysoon Khoja has been appointed as dean of admission and student affairs at Saudi Electronic University.
Khoja completed a bachelor’s degree in accounting from King Abdul Aziz University in 2001, and a master’s degree in accounting and financial management from the University of Essex in the UK in 2010.
She also worked as an assistant professor of accounting at the University of Essex in 2018.
Khoja has been an assistant professor of accounting at the Saudi Electronic University since May 2018. Before that, she was supervisor of the Jeddah female branch of the university from September to November 2019, and was the vice dean for the female section at the College of Administrative and Financial Sciences between April and December 2020.
She has worked as the quality unit coordinator at the College of Administrative and Financial Sciences since February 2020, chair of the study plans committee in the accounting department since September 2020, and is a standing committee member of psychological and social counseling at the university.
Khoja is also a member of the board at the College of Administrative and Financial Sciences, and the chairman of the students rights committee of the college.
Her training and workshops at the University of Essex included three levels of academic writing skills, an NVivo software training workshop, and a qualitative data in academic research workshop.
At the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment in Riyadh, she hosted a workshop on the characterization of courses and field experience, and gave a SwiftAssess training course at the Saudi Electronic University.
Khoja’s areas of interest in research include accounting education, corporate governance and auditing.
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