عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The purpose of the study was examining the quality of the compulsory course of General Persian Literature in a selected number of undergraduate students at Ferdowsi University. To conduct it, a field study method was used. Findings showed that the undergraduate students believed that passing the course has not helped them achieve the set goals and meet their needs and interests. However, the results showed that the respondents evaluated teaching and classroom activities positively. Students were satisfied with the offered learning resources and expressed relative satisfaction with the evaluation method. In all research items, findings indicated that there was not a significant difference between male and female respondents. The results of the evaluation of the independent t-test for the mean scores of respondents who studied in non-humanities-dependent and humanities-dependent faculties showed that in all research items there was no meaningful difference in the items of aims, contents, teaching and classroom activities, learning resource and attitude. In contrast, there was a significant difference between students who studied in non-humanities-dependent and humanities-dependent faculties for all research items and the mean scores of the second group was higher than those of the first.