Work Status of Alumni and their Satisfaction on Selected Indicators in the School of Advanced Studies (SAS)

Rosanna Daplian Gonzales, Adonis S. Bautista, Reynaldo T. Gelido

Abstract


Attending graduate and post-graduate school certainly can contribute to one’s development and advancement. The
School of Advanced Studies in the Philippines is one of the leading institutions that caters the academic needs of
professionals and employees from different fields of specialization. Every year, it produces quality graduates who
had satisfactorily completed all the set requirements of their respective degree programs. Tracer studies is an avenue
towards quality assurance, it serves as a way of identifying the institution's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and
threats. This study provided an information on Alumni’s profile including employment status and reason for enrolling
in the said school, extent of adequacy of skills learned amd degree of satisfaction from experiences they earned while
studying. It made use of the descriptive survey and appropriate statistical tool. Findings revealed that obtaining such
degree is rewarding because the individual’s professional value was increased hand in hand with the additional
remuneration built within it and these are credited to the adequacy of skills they gained in the aspects of knowledge
and technical, research, leadership, and; communication. Likewise, they received better service delivery along the
learning environment particularly on teaching staff’s knowledge, interaction, creativity, respect for students and
delivery skills.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v9n2p56

 

World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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