The aim of the study is to investigate the impact of Human Capital on Middle East University's business performance.
Practical data were collected from 167 participants out of about 3217 elements, by means of a questionnaire.
Statistical techniques such as descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA test, correlation, multiple regressions and stepwise
regressions were employed. To confirm the suitability of data collection instrument, a Kolmogorov-Smirnov (K-S)
test, Cronbach’s Alpha and factor analysis were used. The result of the study indicated a positive significant
relationship between human capital and Middle East University's business performance. The data is also limited to
Jordanian organizations. Extending the research to other settings represent future research opportunities. Human
capital is an important source of organizations’ wealth and therefore it should be taken into serious consideration
when formulating the MEU’s strategy. The data suggested that a similar set of HC indicators could be developed for
other organizations and industries whether government, public or private, profitable or non-profitable organizations.
Key Words: Human Capital (HC), Learning and Education (L&E), Experience and Expertise (E&E), Innovation and
Creation (I&C), Middle East University (MEU), Business Performance (BP).