Activating Balanced Scorecard Importance as a Way to Improve the Accounting Education in Jordanian Universities

  •  Yaser Saleh Al Frijat    


This study discussed activating Balanced Scorecard (BScs) importance as a way to improve the Accounting Education in Jordanian Universities. Data analysis was conducted using multiple regression models, a sample 134 academic staff in the Accounting departments and Managers in Jordanian Universities. The findings of regressions indicated that there is a statistically significant positive relationship between activating of BScs and improve Accounting Education, where a asserted that financial indicators, students, internal processes, learning’s and innovation contribute in performance success of accounting education, in terms of activating internal controls of all revenues and expenditures, and achievement principle of operational efficiency. It also emphasized to pay attention to students, and on providing academic services, and provide students with intellectual skills, personal, ethical, and communication with others, also surveying students, accepts complaints, continuous communication with students after graduation, meeting admission requirements for accounting students. The study also concluded that supporting scientific research culture for academics, paying attention to quality standards that deal with education and updating technology means related to teaching processes.

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