Mr Mohammad Al Shoqran holds an MSc Mathematics (2008) and a BSc Mathematics (2005) both from Al Albayt University in Jordan. He joined Ahlia University in 2011 as a Lecturer in the Mathematical Sciences Department.
His main research interests include Mathematical Statistics, Stochastic Processes and Markov Chain. He has one published paper in this field of research and is currently writing other papers. In his academic work he uses various mathematical programs including MATLAB, MathCAD, Mathematics, SPSS and MathType.
Mr Al Shoqran is keen to increase general understanding and teaching of mathematics and statistics through lectures and consultations. In addition to teaching statistics and mathematics and his other academic activities, he qualified from the Capacity Building Program for Developing Business Counsellors.
Mr Mohammad’s main research interests include Mathematical Statistics, Stochastic Processes and Markov Chains.
Mathematics: Basic Mathematics; Mathematics I; Mathematics II; Calculus I; Calculus II; Ordinary Differential Equations; Linear Algebra I; Linear Programming and Theory of Games; Discrete Mathematics; Numerical Analysis
Statistics: Introduction to Statistics; Business Statistics; Medical Statistics
“Al-kharji Methodology in the Sufficient in Arithmetic”, Ahlia University, Bahrain, April 2015
The Distribution of the Outflow for Linear Reservoirs Using Fast Fourier Transformation Method, (22), PP [1-14], Iraqi Journal of Statistical Sciences, 2012
Development of Human Values at Childhood, the Seventh Conference, 21/2/2016, Manama, Bahrain