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The Trends of Management students in FEU Diliman from 2008-2010

Jhoan Dagcuta

on 4 April 2011

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Dagcuta, Jhoan S.
Ramos, Alonna D.V.
Ramos, Emkate O. Step on a college campus anywhere in the country and ask students how many courses they take during a semester and you'll probably get a myriad of answers. Far Eastern University Diliman, formerly known as FEU FERN College is a non-stock, non-profit institution of higher learning. It operates under the aegis of the NICANOR REYES EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION and is an affiliate of the Far Eastern University. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM ASSUMPTIONS AND HYPOTHESES RATIONALE OF THE STUDY The purpose of this study is to determine “The Trends of Management students in Far Eastern University Diliman from 2008 - 2010”. Specifically the study aims to answer the following questions: What are the most common factors that greatly influence the Management students in FEU Diliman? How do these factors affect the academic performance of Management students? Is there a significant relationship between these factors and the academic performance of the Management students? 1. How qualified are the professors teaching major subjects? 2. How adequate are the facilities that the school is offering to its students? 3. How effective are the methods used by professors in teaching? 4. How fair is the grading system of the school to its students? 5. How relevant are the subjects offered to the students and the course itself? The study aims to determine the trends of Management students in Far Eastern University Diliman from SY 2008 - 2010. Specifically, it has the following objectives: 1. To identify the factors that influence Management students to take the course, shift, drop out and or fail the course itself; 2. To serve as a pathway for the school to fully understand the trends of its students and come up with a possible course/s of action; 3. To contribute significantly to researchers, the readers, the students, professors, and the school to produce the best results. SCOPE, DELIMITATION, LIMITATION OF THE STUDY This study focuses only on operations and management students due to the limitation of the availability of records in the registrar’s office. The respondents are limited to only 100 students; 50 from Management majors and 50 from Operations Management majors. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK ANALYSIS, PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION OF DATA SUMMARY OF FINDINGS CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION Out of 100 expected respondents, only 62 accounted their answers. The respondents gave 5 common answers on why they chose to enrol in FEU-Diliman. Dropped and Failed subjects. Vices such as smoking cigarette and drinking alcoholic beverage. This study may have opened up new areas for potential research by other Management students. The researchers suggest that other management students work at some of the results and recommendations of this study. Learning and Teaching Styles 1. Determine if preferred teaching styles of instructors and preferred learning styles of students existed,
2. Determine if a match between learning styles and teaching styles existed,
3. Determine if a match between learning styles and teaching styles produced higher academic achievement as indicated by grades and exam scores,
4. Determine if students’ evaluations of instructors were higher if there was a match between students’ learning styles and instructors’ teaching styles.
"I have also worked with stupid people, at least I thought I had. I learned early in my career that all those stupid people really aren't stupid; some are just different. I had one lad assigned to my platoon in the Army (many years ago now) that really just didn't get it. Fitz was always wrong. That is, wrong until the day I finally figured it out. Fitz wasn't wrong - he saw the world differently than the rest of us. I learned that when someone made what looked like a stupid mistake to stop a minute and ask myself: "How would Fitz have done this?" I learned to look at the world through other's eyes when the situation called for it - all became better after that" Due to the limitation of data, only the academic years of 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 are available. How do these trends affect the financial performance of the academe? METHODOLOGY The descriptive method of research was used in this study. It is designed to gather information about presenting existing conditions. It aims to depict what already exists in a group or population. It deals with everything that can be counted and studied.
703.00 php x 18 units = 12,654.00 php x 3 = 37,962.00 php x 152 students = 5,770,224.00 php

3,172.75 x 152 students = 482,258.00 php x 3 = 1,446,774.00 php

TOTAL: 7, 216,998.00 php
711.00 php x 18 units = 12,798.00 php x 3 = 38,394.00 php x 157 students = 6,027,858.00 php

3,172.75 x 157 students = 498,121.075 php x 3 = 1,494,365.25 php

TOTAL: 7,522,223.25 php Financial Performance
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