This study aimed at identifying the extent to which the Faculty of Social Science students at the University of Mu'tah know the concept of time budget as well as identifying their ability to determine the relative order of the components of this up to date scientific concept at the Jordanian and Arabic levels. The study sample consisted of 226 male and female students who were chosen by the divided proportionate method according to their majors at the faculty. The descriptive analytical approach was used, and a special questionnaire was designed to collect data that included the demographic and academic characteristics of students with a total of (7) variables. The second part consisted of (25) items to measure the students' knowledge and adherence to the concept of time management and budget. The study results showed that the overall level of the extent to which the students at the University of Mu'tah know the concept of time budget was high, and that the extent to which the respondent students know the concept of time budget distribution and management from the perspective of the study sample individuals was also high. The overall level of commitment to the strategies used to manage time and budget relating to: meeting time basic needs was of a high degree, regarding the work time / specifically studying, it was also of a high level, while that relating to free time was of a medium level.
Hussein T. Mahadeen
Time Budget, Knowledge.