A Tracer Study on Business Administration Program OutcomesAuthor : Kingie G. Micabalo and Ryan D. Montilla
Volume 9 No.2 July-December 2020 pp 16-28
Program Outcomes speak to comprehensive explanations that consolidate numerous zones between related information and aptitudes created over the program’s span of broad scope of courses and encounters. This investigation assesses the realization of the Business Administration Program Outcomes for the Year 2015-2019. The respondents were 673 alumni from the University of Cebu- Lapu Lapu and Mandaue. Descriptive survey method was utilized as an examination instrument on snowball sampling. The discoveries uncovered program outcomes that (1) meets the current demand and needs of the industry in the areas of human resource, marketing, accounting, and finance; (2) Communicate and collaborate effectively; and (3) Adhere strictly to professional, ethical standards were realized by the alumni understudies. Program outcomes: (4) Contribute to socio-economic development and environmental sustainability; and (5) Utilizing information technology were less realized. The examination concluded that business management research-based guidelines ought to be actualized and continued. Outcome-Based Teaching and Learning ought to be received to empower understudies to create aptitudes required in the course. Community services spreading business and management development should be adjusted each semester to guarantee maintainability in community vocation programs. Furthermore, Progression of mechanical approach to managing training and learning requests to improved adaption on the new trend and innovations of the money managers and business people.
Business administration, program outcomes, descriptive study, Cebu City, Philippines
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