7

5.8

16

13.3

20

16.3

44

35.8

33

26.8

Total
120
100
120
100
120
100
120
100
120
100

Table 8 reports the frequencies and percentages for instructors’ conceptions of the arrangement of courses in the program. As can be seen in the table, 45.2% and 16.1% (two-third) of instructors disagree about the sequence of courses presented within the program. 61.3% and 16.1% (more than half) of instructors agreed upon continuity and sequence of curricula. 36.4% and 30.3% (two-third) of instructors like students disagreed upon integrating notions of various disciplines to develop a specific learning topic. 51.6% and 22.6% (more than half) of instructors stated that courses did not take into account notions of the other disciplines to boost unity in the student’s outlook, skills, and attitude, which is in line with the obtained results from item 3 of the questionnaire and students’ perception in this regard.

Table 4.8: instructors’ conception of the arrangement of the courses of the current M.A. English Translation curriculum

Arrangement
Strongly Agree
Agree
Uncertain
Disagree
Strongly Disagree

F %
F %
F %
F %
F %
The sequence of courses presented within the program properly address course pre-requisites and/or co-requisites

2

6.5

9

29.0

14

45.2

5

16.1
The vertical continuity of courses are appropriate to meet students’ needs

19

61.3

5

16.1

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